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A note on the site encourages subscribers to switch to Beats, which Apple is in the process of acquiring for $3 billion.
Australians have a new option for streaming music from today, with US-based MOG launching through Telstra's BigPond Music service.
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.
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There are tons of online music services (Spotify, Rdio, Rhapsody, Mog, iTunes Match, Amazon -- the list goes on), but which ones are any good?
Startups hope $11,000 in bacon-wrapped cash and sassy billboards will keep top engineers from Google's dollar signs.
As we wait for Apple's iCloud music service, competitors are scurrying to avoid being shoved into the shadows.
Strengths include catalog depth and the radio feature, but you can't skip around within songs and there's no way to add a song to the now-playing list.
The last few months have seen an explosion of services that let you play songs on-demand on your mobile phone. Here's a rundown.
The latest iPhone update, iOS 4.0, lets you create playlists on the phone and offers a more attractive album display. But it's still no Zune HD.