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HP buys mobile music company Melodeo

Acquisition of Seattle start-up specializing in mobile tunes could help computer giant create over-the-air streaming music service for WebOS devices.

By June 24, 2010


Selling songs as iPhone apps

Seattle band Presidents of the United States of America is selling streaming versions of some of its songs as a $3 iPhone application. Good business model for indies?

By February 18, 2009


Nutsie brings iTunes to Android via the cloud

Version 3.0 of the Melodeo application for phones running the Google mobile operating system lets users access their iTunes library via an iPhone-like interface.

By January 14, 2010


HP trying to join the cloud music fray?

Hewlett-Packard is in talks with major record labels about launching a digital music locker that would offer music, movies and TV shows, Billboard magazine reports.

By June 13, 2011


Earbud hoodies

The latest Hulu rumor has the service coming to the PlayStation, HP purchases streaming-music service Melodeo, and a new hoodie has built-in earbuds.

By June 25, 2010


Home videos go mobile with MoboFlix

Melodeo's new product will pay creators of popular vids.

By November 15, 2006


Effin Genius is like Pandora's smart little brother

This iPhone app analyzes the playlists on your iPhone, then creates new playlists of songs you don't own.

By January 6, 2010


Free Bing app streams thousands of top-100 tunes

Want to hear what was popular in 1948? How about 1965? 2009? The Bing-branded Top 100s by Year streams 62 years' worth of hits.

By May 4, 2010


The Orchard adds iPhone apps to its arsenal

Specialist in digital marketing and distribution for independent labels and unsigned artists enables artists to create their own custom iPhone applications.

By March 19, 2009


Nutsie launches in beta: iTunes on your phone, sort of

New service turns your iTunes playlists into streaming radio stations and lets them play on your phone, (apparently) legally.

By June 5, 2007