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This post mischaracterized how the upcoming version of Nutsie will function. It will upload songs directly from users' computer-based iTunes libraries to Nutsie's servers, then allow users to access those songs from their phones.
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.
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.
Alltel announces that it's the first wireless provider to offer Nutsie, which lets you upload your library to the Web and then stream it to your phone.
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.
Acquisition of Seattle start-up specializing in mobile tunes could help computer giant create over-the-air streaming music service for WebOS devices.
HomePipe, a service that lets you access files on your computer remotely via your iPhone or Android phone, adds music streaming from computer to phone.
Simplify's technology, which let users stream music from their PCs over the Internet to their phones, will be built into a future version of Android.
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.
In the search for cloud-based music storage, Microsoft has all the pieces to offer an unparalleled experience on Windows Phone 7.