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mog.com

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Rhapsody harmonizes with music blog network Mog.com

The subscription service, still unable to break into iTunes' market share, has launched a partnership with a music-based social network to reach more ears.

By December 11, 2007

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MOG.com: a MySpace for music

MOG.com: a MySpace for music

By June 20, 2006

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Beats pulls the plug on MOG streaming music service

A note on the site encourages subscribers to switch to Beats, which Apple is in the process of acquiring for $3 billion.

By June 1, 2014

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Mog: Friendster for music lovers

The social-networking/music-recommendation site Mog.com uses a Friendster-like approach for connecting "Moggers" and a downloadable component that automatically updates your own Web page with your current tunes.

By January 5, 2007

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Telstra-partnered MOG music streaming launches

Australians have a new option for streaming music from today, with US-based MOG launching through Telstra's BigPond Music service.

By June 20, 2012

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Car Tech Live 242: Is the Volt on fire...or just catching fire? (podcast)

The Chevy Volt gets the feds to look at the safety of all electric cars, Nissan makes a fast charge cheaper (sort of), Toyota puts Intel Inside, and Mercedes reworks the lowly windshield wiper.

By November 23, 2011

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MOG looks and sounds good, but has big gaps

New subscription service offers on-demand streaming of more than six million songs for $5 a month. It's got some great features, but gaps in song selection are too big to ignore.

By December 2, 2009

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Turntable seeks label deals, MOG offers free songs

As we wait for Apple's iCloud music service, competitors are scurrying to avoid being shoved into the shadows.

By September 14, 2011

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Mog sheds beta status, launches Mog TV

Mog, the music recommendation service and social network added some new things today, like Mog TV--a new music video browsing tool.

By March 29, 2007

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Google planning Google Audio music service?

According to reports, Google is developing Google Audio, a music service that may involve streaming or downloading, or both. Could this be a wrong note for the search behemoth?

By October 21, 2009