The company stated that they had to make "some very difficult decisions surrounding [their] core products and services" which led them to shut down their subscription music service.
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French music streaming startup, Deezer, is looking to enter the US market in early 2014 and now rumors around the web are suggesting that the company might be in acquisition talks with Microsoft.
The Windows Phone 8 Spotify app is finally out of beta. With the latest update the app hits gold, and users will get to experience some new features as well as improved performance.
Microsoft has just launched the web version of its popular Xbox Music streaming service. Subscribers can now access their music from any device directly through the browser, all while staying in sync.
The much anticipated free Xbox Music Pass for Windows 8 users is finally here. All you have to do is upgrade your Music app via the Windows Store, sign in to the app and you're good to go.
Beats Electonics has today confirmed that it has acquired music streaming service MOG for an undisclosed sum, ending MOG's search for a potential buyer and marking a significant milestone for Beats.
The music streaming service Pandora has launched a new version of its service based on HTML5 instead of Flash, as well as eliminating the listening cap for its users.
Spotify, the popular audio streaming service, has been landed with a patent lawsuit by PacketVideo, over a breach of a patent they own the rights to.
The Spotify music streaming service launched in the US just over a week ago, but it looks like the business has already generated a large number of subscribers to its paid service. The blog site...
After months of rumors, at least some US residents will finally be able to try out the Spotify music streaming service tomorrow. As reported by News.com, the company has confirmed that the US version of...
Apple's much-reported cloud based music service could have had its name prematurely unveiled, information surfacing at Engadget could suggest. Unsurprisingly, one of the supposed names for the service was 'iCloud'. The name would hardly be...