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Guess who'd like to 'throttle' AT&T now?

AT&T customers are a decidedly unhappy lot after hearing about policy change on throttling data speeds for subscribers with unlimited data plans.

By March 1, 2012


At SXSW, IE9 envisions a happy, appy Web

Microsoft demonstrates the new browser by showcasing of high-speed, app-like browsing experiences from big-name partners like Foursquare, Pandora, and eBay. Also, a game with cartoon stars.

By March 14, 2011


SparkRadio for iPhone offers 10,000 stations

Missing FM radio on your iPhone or iPod Touch? This app offers more than 10,000 streaming stations plus some really cool visualizations.

By February 23, 2010


Free Music Archive launches

Indie radio stalwarts WFMU (New Jersey) and KEXP (Seattle) are among the curators of the Free Music Archive, which has more than 5,000 songs licensed under Creative Commons licenses.

By April 15, 2009


Follow your muse, Microsoft--get out of hardware

Microsoft's Zune initiative always felt more like a calculated commercial play, not something about which the software giant felt passionate.

By January 26, 2009


SanDisk's $20 MP3 player

I still think SanDisk's SlotMusic initiative has flaws--buying a preloaded SD card for the same price as a CD is tought to swallow--but the associated SlotMusic player is priced right.

By October 14, 2008


How I get my music

Audiophiliac blogger Steve Guttenberg has asked how users get their music. Here's my answer.

By February 7, 2008


For music promotion, the old rules still hold

Pandora founder Tim Westergren would like to see Pandora become an important source of promotion for bands on their way up. But promotion may be the last area of the music industry that technology will change.

By September 19, 2007


Instant reactions to Apple announcements

The iPod Touch and integrated Wi-Fi music store will make all other music players look obsolete, and the Starbucks partnership is a bigger deal than you think.

By September 5, 2007