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May 01, 2015
Streaming site Grooveshark shuts under industry pressureGrooveshark, an early leader in music streaming that enraged major labels by letting users upload copyrighted songs, abruptly shut down late Thursday after years of litigation.
Oct 03, 2013
Google picks up gesture-recognition startup FlutterGoogle has picked up a gesture-recognition technology startup named Flutter. The company is known for letting the webcam detect motion instead of a completely
Sep 25, 2013
Google takes 'BitTorrent' off its piracy search filterGoogle has unclenched its jaw and blinked, un-banning BitTorrent from its auto-complete feature. The Internet giant’s search engine will now suggest
Jul 24, 2013
Google blacklists Grooveshark from autocompleteLook who’s giving the likes of The Pirate Bay company in Google’s Piracy Search Filter – Grooveshark. The search giant has quietly expanded
Mar 30, 2013
Apple iRadio coming this summer, says record label executiveSpotify and the likes, you have reason to worry. Apple is planing to launch music streaming service iRadio this summer...
Mar 12, 2013
Subscription-based YouTube music streaming service coming soonRumours about a subscription-based music streaming service by YouTube are gathering steam and it looks like it won’t be too long before it comes to life.
Jan 16, 2013
MySpace relaunches, with a little help from Justin TimberlakeMySpace has thrown open its completely redesigned site for all users this week, coinciding with the release of the site’s co-owner and singer Justin Timberlake...
Jan 07, 2012
Grooveshark gets sued by EMIGrooveshark, a service which offers free music streaming over the web has gained popularity over the years.
Sep 07, 2011
Facebook to launch iTunes competitorReports presume that Facebook will be launching a music service at their F8 conference scheduled on the 22nd of September, 2011 in San Francisco.
Jun 22, 2011
Grooveshark Supports Emerging ArtistsNewer, independent bands have another source of support. Grooveshark, the online music streaming service launched a channel, Breakthrough Radio, which will support emerging musicians.