The Spotify streaming-music services lands in the United States, but was it worth the wait? CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell takes a look at Spotify and its competitors, and weighs in on whether the service is worth your time.
The upload-your-own music mixed-tape service that shuttered itself last year has come back as a new platform for bands to promote their music.
Justin Ouelette, former Vimeo employee who created popular playlist-sharing site and then pulled it after an RIAA complaint, says he will relaunch the site to give indie bands exposure.
Web 2.0 darling Muxtape has shut itself down due to a dispute with the RIAA. Little is known about when or if it will return.
Like Muxtape? Got a Mac? Try this out.
Nothing replicates the cassette mix tape better than this.
New music streaming service works with record labels to offer music lovers instant access to its vast catalog. But is it an alternative to piracy? I'm not so sure.
News Corp.-owned social network has been particularly vocal in saying that the action is due to labels' legal complaints, not because it runs a competing service.
Free hosted Web mixtape solution Mixwit is closing its doors next week. There's light at the end of the tunnel, though. Its creators may donate the source code to the OpenTape project.
You can now watch Blip.tv videos on your iPhone. Over the weekend the service upgraded to include QuickTime streams that are playable on the portable device.