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Nokia shuts down online music store in India, moves to mobile only

Sep 13, 2013

Nokia shuts down online music store in India, moves to mobile only

Nokia has shut down its India online music store on the web but the service continues to be available on mobile. #Nokia #Internet #mobile #Nokia Corporation #Nokia Corp #Nokia Online Music Store
Apple denies e-book collusion allegations: WSJ

Apr 13, 2012

Apple denies e-book collusion allegations: WSJ

Apple denied allegations made by the US government that it conspired with book publishers to fix prices of digital books to undermine Amazon.com's dominance of the market. #Steve Jobs #TechBuzz #App Store #Amazon.com #ITunes #Pricing #Online music stores
Google's new music store is rather 'unexciting'

Nov 17, 2011

Google's new music store is rather 'unexciting'

Analysts are skeptical about the Internet giant's new venture. Will Google manage to silence its critics? #facebook #HowThisWorks #Google #Android #Online music stores

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Google's new music store is rather 'unexciting'

Jun 26, 2014

OneDrive or Drive for Work: Choosing the best cloud storage option

If you want to store your photos, music, videos, or other personal data online, there is certainly no shortage of available cloud storage choices to pick from. As Microsoft and Google battle for cloud storage supremacy, the customers win, but you hav... #Microsoft Corporation #Google Inc.
Google's new music store is rather 'unexciting'

Jul 21, 2014

Leicester Mercury published Kasabian to headline at this year's iTunes Festival London

Leicester band Kasabian will be headlining at this year's iTunes Festival London, on September 5. Apple announced details today of its eighth annual festival, which will be held throughout September at the Roundhouse, in Camden. Music fans can win fr... #London #Kylie Minogue #Pharrell Williams #Kasabian (musician) #Maroon 5 (musician)
Google's new music store is rather 'unexciting'

Jul 18, 2014

Amazon: Read as much as you want for $9.99

Amazon's long-rumored e-book subscription service is now a reality: "Kindle Unlimited." The company announced the $9.99-per-month service on Friday and said that it would let users "freely read as much as they want from over 600,000 Kindle books." A ... #Wall Street #U.S. Department of Justice #Amazon.com