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Samsung Music Hub officially launches today, 100GB of cloud storage for £9.99 a month

Samsung launches Music Hub service

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Samsung Tuesday unveiled a mobile music service, called Music Hub, that will initially run on its Galaxy S III smartphone that is sold by all the major U.S. carriers....
Samsung launches Music Hub service

Nokia offers paid upgrade to music service

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Nokia plans to roll out in the first quarter of this year its Nokia Music+, a new subscription-based upgrade to its free-to-stream mobile music service....
Nokia offers paid upgrade to music service
Japan’s Docomo buying mobile content powerhoue Buongiorno for €224 million

Bloom.fm Is A Mobile-First Music Streaming Service That's Playing To A Different Tune

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The news that Google has launched its own all-you-can-eat music steaming service, catchily named ‘Google Play Music All Access‘, didn’t come as a surprise. There had been rumours that the search giant was planning to create a Spotify/Rdio/Deezer competitor for some time. Why has it done so? Apparently it had...
Bloom.fm Is A Mobile-First Music Streaming Service That's Playing To A Different Tune

BlackBerry to shutter its BBM music sharing service on June 2

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Nearly two years after its launch, the mobile music service that lets subscribers share songs with each other is being terminated. [Read more]...
BlackBerry to shutter its BBM music sharing service on June 2

Dropbox buys Audiogalaxy: next up, a cloud music service?

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Dropbox has acquired Seattle-based music startup Audiogalaxy, according to a post on the Audiogalaxy blog. Details of the transaction haven’t been released, but it looks like an acqui-hire that could get the Dropbox team some serious media smarts: The folks behind Audiogalaxy built one of the pioneering file sharing applications,...
Dropbox buys Audiogalaxy: next up, a cloud music service?

Samsung Music Hub launches for European Galaxy S III owners

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Samsung on Tuesday announced the arrival of its new Music Hub service. The all-in-one mobile music service launched in various European markets with the Galaxy S III smartphone. Music Hub is based technology from mSpot, whom Samsung recently acquired, and allows users to store, purchase, and stream millions of...
Samsung Music Hub launches for European Galaxy S III owners

Play It Again, Sam? Nokia Launches Free Music Streaming Service In U.S.

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Nokia didn’t fare so well with its mobile music service called Ovi Music, later rebranded to Nokia Music. Now it’s remixing that track and launching a free music streaming service in the U.S. as part of its redoubled strategy to go for more users in America. The news comes one...
Play It Again, Sam? Nokia Launches Free Music Streaming Service In U.S.
Apple Reportedly Refocuses iAd On New Streaming Music Radio Service

Samsung’s iTunes competitor: Not new, but improving

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Perhaps you’re read the news on Tuesday that Samsung has launched Music Hub on its new Galaxy S III in five countries. The service is touted as the “first completely integrated, all-in-one mobile music service” as it offers a 19 million track library from 7digital for purchases and unlimited streaming...
Samsung’s iTunes competitor: Not new, but improving
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