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iRadio: tracking Apple's attempt to build the iTunes of streaming music

Google Play Music spreads to Australia, New Zealand and five European nations

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Google has been on something of a tear spreading its Google Play media services around the world; don't look now, but it's picking up the pace. The search giant is expanding Google Play Music today to cover Australia, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, New Zealand and Portugal. That small deluge...
Google Play Music spreads to Australia, New Zealand and five European nations
With Sights Dead Set on the Living Room, Google Debuts A Streaming Media Device

TNW's Daily Dose: Google's next Nexuses revealed, Amazon gets feisty with Apple, and more

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Google unveils new Nexus devices, Android 4.2 and music matching in Google Play; Amazon takes on the iPad Mini right on its homepage, and Philips launches iPhone-controlled lightbulbs. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on The Next Web....
TNW's Daily Dose: Google's next Nexuses revealed, Amazon gets feisty with Apple, and more

doubleTwist takes on Pandora with Magic Radio subscription service

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Remember doubleTwist? (Probably almost as well as you remember India.Arie and Nikka Costa, but more on that later.) The player made a bit of a name for itself in the pre-Play Music days -- based as much on the default Android music app's shortcomings as its own strengths. Over...
doubleTwist takes on Pandora with Magic Radio subscription service

Speculation Of A Nexus Q Replacement Swirls After An Unannounced Google Media Streamer Hits The FCC

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Google is prepping… something. An announced Google media streamer was recently found in the FCC’s testing database. Details are nearly nonexistent as most are held under a confidentiality agreement for the next 45 days. However, the documents released to the public call the device several times a “media player” and...
Speculation Of A Nexus Q Replacement Swirls After An Unannounced Google Media Streamer Hits The FCC

Nuance Wintermute hands-on: a cross-platform, cloud-based personal assistant

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It's becoming increasingly clear that the next wave of mobile computing is going to be voice driven. Mobile assistants like Siri and Google Now are garnering plenty of media attention and earning legions of fans. Nuance, the company behind Dragon -- often cited as the gold standard in voice...
Nuance Wintermute hands-on: a cross-platform, cloud-based personal assistant
"iCloud Backup"

More Details on Apple's New Orlando 'GPU Design Center'

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We've learned more details about Apple's new 'GPU Design Center' in Orlando, Florida, following our reporting from earlier this week. Sources told MacRumors that the engineers Apple hired recently were not laid off from AMD, but were instead actively recruited -- largely via their LinkedIn profiles. Apple is said to...
More Details on Apple's New Orlando 'GPU Design Center'
Google hints at Play Music for other platforms, says YouTube integration 'likely'

JAM with Chrome: Play music live with your friends online

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If you ever dreamed of playing in a band, now’s your chance to be a rock star. JAM with Chrome is an interactive web application that enables friends in different locations to play music together in the Chrome browser on their computers. No matter what your level of talent—from daydreaming...
JAM with Chrome: Play music live with your friends online

Introducing Google Play: All your entertainment, anywhere you go

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Entertainment is supposed to be fun. But in reality, getting everything to work can be the exact opposite—moving files between your computers, endless syncing across your devices, and wires…lots of wires. Today we’re eliminating all that hassle with Google Play, a digital entertainment destination where you can find, enjoy and...
Introducing Google Play: All your entertainment, anywhere you go

Google Music listeners find unpublished 'streaming limit'

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Google is now known to have an unpublished limit on the volume of music listeners can stream from their Google Play Music accounts. The company has acknowledged that it does impose a daily limit on how many songs can be streamed by an individual using Google Play. Google, however, has...
Google Music listeners find unpublished 'streaming limit'

Google confirms Nexus Q not supported in latest version of Play Music

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Google Play music is about to reveal its saddest song... for owners of the Nexus Q that is. In fact some might say it's the funeral march. It's been confirmed to Phandroid that the latest update of Google's Play Music service -- that we saw outed yesterday -- doesn't...
Google confirms Nexus Q not supported in latest version of Play Music

Google Drive for Android updated with card UI and refined scanner funtion

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Cards, cards, cards... that's the refrain around the Google campus these days. Everything is getting turned into cards. That now includes your documents stored on Drive, too. The Google Drive app for Android was updated today with a whole new UI that moves towards the refined Holo design of...
Google Drive for Android updated with card UI and refined scanner funtion

Amazon Cloud Player app for iPhone finally lands in App Store

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Almost a year after first debuting its cloud-based music service, Amazon today released an iPhone version of the app that provides access to most of the features offered in the Android and desktop versions. Not surprisingly, missing is the ability to purchase music from directly within the app. Otherwise...
Amazon Cloud Player app for iPhone finally lands in App Store

Why Is Apple Still Holding On To iPods? Because We Still Need Them

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Everything coming from Apple is a multi-tasker, including the iPod. But, out of all of the devices in Apple's lineup, the iPod Nano and Shuffle are the closest thing it has to a uni-tasker. Sure, the Nano can broadcast radio, track fitness, play videos and even make a decent compass,...
Why Is Apple Still Holding On To iPods? Because We Still Need Them
Google Play Music supports more Google TV boxes, rich notifications

Amazon optimizes Cloud Player app for iPad, warns against installing latest Kindle for iOS update

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Amazon made its Cloud Player app available to the iPad and iPad mini today. Version 2.0 of Amazon’s music-streaming app hit the App Store on Wednesday, and the update notably included, aside from optimization, an updated look and new settings to manage cache size. Amazon also released a debacle-of-an-update for...
Amazon optimizes Cloud Player app for iPad, warns against installing latest Kindle for iOS update

Google Play Music limiting device deauthorizations

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According to a post on XDA-Developers, some Android users are finding out Google Play Music is limiting the number of device deauthorizations per account. The new 10 device limit apparently rolled out sometime over the last 60 days and users are now beginning to receive a message informing them they...
Google Play Music limiting device deauthorizations

Hands-on: Use gMusic on iOS to listen to Google Play Music All Access

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Last week, Google introduced its Google Play Music All Access streaming subscription service. Like its main competitors, Spotify and Rdio, the service costs $9.99 a month (or $7.99 if you sign up before June 30) and gives users access to its entire archive of music to stream. But the...
Hands-on: Use gMusic on iOS to listen to Google Play Music All Access

Editorial: Google confuses magic with middling as it steps into music streaming

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First of all: that name. Google Play Music All Access. Perhaps Google's presenters realized, as they were driving to the I/O keynote, that they had forgotten to name the new music-streaming service, and came up with that clunker backstage. Unique? Magical? It's easy to dismiss those claims within minutes...
Editorial: Google confuses magic with middling as it steps into music streaming
Google Play Music update for Android includes playlist reordering, new look and feel
iTunes may get a much-needed overhaul before turning 10
iHeartRadio Copies Songza's Music Concierge Feature With Its New Activity-Based "Perfect For" Playlist Finder
Why Google is killing the Android Market & Google Music

Briefly: Google Play Music expands, Facebook emotions

www.electronista.com
Google has expanded its free digital music locker to another five countries, according to a Google+ update. Australia, Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, and Portugal can now use Google Play Music, which allows users to store up to 20,000 tracks on Google's servers for later retrieval and playback on...
Briefly: Google Play Music expands, Facebook emotions

YouTube To Launch Music Subscriptions

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YouTube plans to launch a music subscription service later this year, to allow people to listen to tracks online, and to possibly cut out the ads that precede each video for subscribers, according to Fortune. The largest storehouse of streaming video, YouTube relies on selling banner ads on the site...
YouTube To Launch Music Subscriptions

The GigaOM Show: Google I/O themes and takeways that affect you

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Google I/O is nearly over and most of the big news is now old news. But what does it all mean for consumers, developers, Android and Chrome? This week’s podcast explains it all. Tom Krazit and Kevin Tofel discuss what was — and what wasn’t — announced for both of...
The GigaOM Show: Google I/O themes and takeways that affect you

Bootup: The painful legacy of Napster, Google's music subscription imminent and how Cisco pwns the world's switches

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See also Motorola's senor-tastic new phone, why PS4 is all about the games, Bitcoin gets serious - and Facebook is worth the moneyA quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamThe aftermath of Napster: Incumbents slowed down innovation >> TechdirtBrilliant piece on...
Bootup: The painful legacy of Napster, Google's music subscription imminent and how Cisco pwns the world's switches
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