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Bop.fm makes music playlists shareable on any site

Bop.fm, an aggregator of online music services that makes permanent links to songs and playlists, now can embed a player for a song list into any site.

By May 20, 2014


Clear Channel kicks tires on Playlist.com assets

Media conglomerate is said to be interested in some of the technology left over from Playlist.com, the once promising music service that filed for bankruptcy last August.

By March 22, 2011


YouTube makes playlists easier to manage

YouTube tweaks its interface and simplifies how to handle your playlist habits, whether you want to keep track of your own or follow those from your favorite musicians.

By February 20, 2014


Quick tip: Listen to the Google Sound Search history playlist

Use this easy tip to listen to the songs you've identified with the Google Sound Search widget.

By February 7, 2014


Make a Genius playlist of the current song in iTunes

You can quickly create a playlist based off the song that is playing in iTunes, as opposed to doing so from a selection in your iTunes library.

By January 21, 2014


Last waltz for Playlist.com?

Bankruptcy protection filing shows some major labels have canceled contracts with Playlist.com, but company says Chapter 11 will give it breather and allow it to find new funding.

By August 24, 2010


Playlist.com files for Chapter 11

Formerly known as Project Playlist, the digital-music service says it will continue to operate and expects to come out of the bankruptcy protection period in better shape.

By August 6, 2010


Sources: Playlist.com running low on cash

The once up-and-coming music service that helps people share their playlists has struggled to raise cash.

By July 16, 2010


Copy another user's YouTube playlist with this Web app

Claim other playlists on YouTube as your own with a simple Web app that requires no more than a quick copy and paste to get the job done.

By November 4, 2013


Match.com will find you someone who looks like your ex

Partnering with a facial recognition company, the dating site reportedly wants to help you get over your ex by finding you a duplicate (for a mere $5,000.)

By June 17, 2014