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Children and computers: State of play

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Young children are naturals with computers, leaving their parents baffled. Should we be worried?There are things in life that I don't understand. The rules of rugby. The continuing success of David Guetta. How to do an overhead kick on Fifa 12."You press Y and A really fast, like almost at...
Children and computers: State of play
For Twitter, it's about creating an effective Discover tab -- for #Music

(RED) looks to set a Vine World Record to mark the 32nd anniversary of the discovery of AIDS

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AIDS fighting organization (RED) has launched a campaign to set the World Record for the most Vine recordings in a single day. On the 32nd anniversary of the day AIDS was first discovered, the group is seeking to raise more awareness about this disease and garner more support to help...
(RED) looks to set a Vine World Record to mark the 32nd anniversary of the discovery of AIDS

MXP4 and Mobile Roadie take social music games to mobile devices (exclusive)

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MXP4 and Mobile Roadie have partnered to take social music games to mobile devices. Under the partnership, MXP4′s Bopler Games social music games will be integrated into Mobile Roadie artist apps. The net result should a lot of music listening and game playing on mobile devices. The companies hope that...
MXP4 and Mobile Roadie take social music games to mobile devices (exclusive)

Playground Sessions Exits Beta To Teach Budding Pianists How To Play

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While education startups like Khan Academy and Coursera are democratizing access to primary and secondary-level instruction, there are plenty of other hobbies where face-to-face teaching could be disrupted (or enhanced) by software. Music could be one of them — at least at the beginner level. Playground Sessions, a New York-based...
Playground Sessions Exits Beta To Teach Budding Pianists How To Play
Bandsintown now telling five million users when their favorite bands are... yep, you guessed it

Turntable's Seth Goldstein Raises $1 Million For A New Music Startup, DJZ

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Emerging from a tumultuous year running one of the most-hyped music startups around, Seth Goldstein is reemerging on the startup scene with a new venture, DJZ. Last summer, Goldstein and Billy Chasen had one of the most-hyped startups, Turntable.fm. It quickly gained a lot of users and closed a $7...
Turntable's Seth Goldstein Raises $1 Million For A New Music Startup, DJZ
Chinese Internet tycoon launches Pheed, an influencer social platform offering real monetization

Spotify reveals the most streamed songs, albums and artists of 2012. Can you guess what they are?

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It may be a month premature, but Spotify has revealed its most played music of 2012. Topping the track-streaming polls is Gotye’s Somebody That I Used To Know, beating off Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit Call Me Maybe into second place. Gotye’s breakthrough hit was also the most-shared tune on Spotify...
Spotify reveals the most streamed songs, albums and artists of 2012. Can you guess what they are?

Pheed Launches A Social Network That Feels Like A Mash-Up Of Every Social Network You Use

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If you're a smartphone user, you probably like to send texts, take photos, and perhaps shoot a few videos. And you probably have a different app for each of those things, which you might then share to any one of dozens of social networks. It's a lot to keep track...
Pheed Launches A Social Network That Feels Like A Mash-Up Of Every Social Network You Use
Spotify officially launches its Follow tab, step one in its mission to become more social

Here Are The Most Popular Songs Of 2012, According To Spotify

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Spotify has released its list of the 100 most popular songs of 2012 throughout the entire world. The number one most streamed song was Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know." Unless you live under a rock, you've certainly heard the song.  As of November, Spotify was available in 21...
Here Are The Most Popular Songs Of 2012, According To Spotify
‘Best of the Grammys 2012′ on Google Music: 59 cent songs and $3.99 albums

BitTorrent launches 'Bundle' media format with Ultra Music partnership

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The folks at BitTorrent have been busy little bees since the beginning of 2013. Between Sync, SoShare, Live and Surf you'd think the company already had enough projects to work on. Now it's adding a new file format called Bundle to its lineup of experimental alphas and betas. The...
BitTorrent launches 'Bundle' media format with Ultra Music partnership

Hands-on with Wikipad, the $500 Android gaming tablet (video)

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The Wikipad is an anomaly. It's a 10.1-inch, $500 Android tablet aimed squarely at gamers -- an expensive portal to a platform many mobile game developers have abandoned due to piracy. It's got an IPS display with 1,280 x 800 resolution, an NVIDIA Tegra 3 T30 quad-core 1.4GHz processor,...
Hands-on with Wikipad, the $500 Android gaming tablet (video)

BitTorrent Lets Artists "Share" Behind a Paywall

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Following in the footsteps of FrostWire and Vodo, BitTorrent Inc. launched an artist promotion program a few years ago. The idea is to let artists share their work for free, exposing it to millions of BitTorrent users all around the world. Thanks to the massive user base of over 170...
BitTorrent Lets Artists "Share" Behind a Paywall

U2's Bono Will Make More On Facebook IPO Than Throughout His 30-Year Music Career

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Today's Facebook IPO will make U2's Bono the richest rocker on the planet, according to multiple reports.  Back in 2009, the musician smartly bought 2.3 percent of shares for $90 million in the social networking company through his private equity firm, Elevation Partners. With Facebook now going public, Bono is...
U2's Bono Will Make More On Facebook IPO Than Throughout His 30-Year Music Career
Apple to stream iTunes Festival 2012 concerts through the web, iOS devices, and Apple TVs

Spotify Playlist App Soundrop Spreads Its Wings With An SDK: Now Anyone Can Have A DJ App

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Soundrop, the popular Spotify app that lets users create “rooms” to share streamed-music playlists with others, is turning up the volume on its service. Today, the company is announcing a new SDK so that others can create their own Soundrop-Spotify powered music apps. The service is kicking off with a...
Spotify Playlist App Soundrop Spreads Its Wings With An SDK: Now Anyone Can Have A DJ App

Spotify and other streaming services get own chart

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Official weekly chart to rank plays on platforms including We7, Napster, Deezer, Zune and ChartsNowIn the beginning was the hit parade based on sales of old-fashioned vinyl. Then came the download chart as buying habits turned from physical to digital. Now the latest indicator of the nation's musical tastes is...
Spotify and other streaming services get own chart

Should Justin Bieber Invest In Your Enterprise Solution?

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Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, 50 Cent, Ashton Kutcher: A-list celebs, sure. But they're also members of a Who's Who of new-age venture capitalists and product developers. That is, at least according to public perception. In recent years, an increasing number of startups and big-name companies have looked to celebrity backers...
Should Justin Bieber Invest In Your Enterprise Solution?
Spotify debuts new Discovery engine, Collection, and Follow, which lets users follow friends and celebrities
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?