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Rdio revamps itself for streaming-music newbies

Aiming to step out of the shadow of Spotify, Pandora and Apple's iTunes Radio, 4-year-old Rdio beefs up its free radiolike service and designs a warmer welcome for the uninitiated.

By September 3, 2014

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CEO: Rdio's problem? Not enough people use Rdio (Q&A)

Rdio may be small, but new Chief Executive Anthony Bay tells CNET he's already planning for when it's big in his first interview since taking over as head of the streaming music service.

By February 8, 2014

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iTunes claims 25B total downloads, 15B since 2010

Apple's digital music store shows no signs of slowing down, even in the face of new competition from the likes of Pandora and Spotify.

By February 6, 2013

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In MP3tunes copyright case, EMI wants CEO's assets

MP3tunes.com founder Michael Robertson asks a federal court to dispose of copyright suit EMI filed against the music service and him personally. Judge says nothing doing.

By June 25, 2012

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Skype co-founder wants to give you free mobile broadband

Backed by Niklas Zennstrom, the industry disruptor behind Skype, FreedomPop selects Clearwire for its new free mobile broadband service.

By February 15, 2012

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Kazaa founders give music another try

Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis are launching a subscription music service, coming into a sector at a time when music fans have rejected all-you-can-eat models.

By June 3, 2010

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Pro-copyright group takes SOPA to task

When defending intellectual property rights, the influential Heritage Foundation often sounds like it's channeling Hollywood lobbyists. But not when it comes to the Stop Online Piracy Act.

By December 21, 2011

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Spotify Radio conducts music with Pandora-like app

Want to get out of the driver's seat for a while? The new "lean-back" version of the music-streaming service picks the tunes for you and lets you skip as many tracks as you like.

By December 9, 2011

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RIP Napster--again

Rhapsody completes acquisition of the music service, which in a former iteration frustrated the music industry and helped change the landscape of digital music.

By December 1, 2011

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RIAA chief: Copyright bills won't kill the Internet

guest column Cary Sherman argues that legislation targeting "rogue Web sites" would make the Web safer for content creators, without wide-ranging ripple effects or collateral damage.

By November 8, 2011