On today's show, we talk to Ken Parks, director of content at Spotify, who lays down the one rule of music licensing negotiations: you don't talk about music licensing negotiations! Plus, Amazon's tablet is incoming, 41 percent of Netflix users plan to take their ball and go home, and girl power at the Google science fair!
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Spotify launches today!
Don't Have A Free Spotify Invite? Use Your Klout Perks
Amazon Plans Tablet Computer By October
New Sony Ereader to Hit Market in August [REPORT]
Microsoft Will Bite The Bullet And Open 75 More Stores
Up to 41 percent of Netflix users plan to cancel
Netflix, NBC renew content deal; terms undisclosed
Nintendo 3DS gets Netflix video streaming, but no 3D movies…yet
UltraViolet is ready. Now Hollywood needs to make it work.
Girl Power Wins at Google's First Science Fair
Job posting points to iPhone 5 launch on 16 August
Microsoft sets official kill date for Windows XP
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