Nokia
Nokia Music, Nokia’s free streaming music service, is now available in the U.S., the company has announced. The service enables users to stream music from more than 150 exclusive playlists, curated by “an expert team of U.S.-based musicologists” or artists such as Lana Del Ray or Rihanna. Users can also create a personal soundtrack by Continue Reading →

35 Innovators Under 35

Innovators' Works
Some members of our latest list of young innovators from around the world have developed consumer Web services you might have used, such as Spotify or Dropbox. Others are making more fundamental breakthroughs that have yet to be commercialized, such as more efficient engines or improvements in optical communications. And a few are blazing trails Continue Reading →
YouTube
Gone are the days of teenagers buying albums and listening to them all the way through, as are the days of following beloved radio DJs and tuning in at the appropriate times. The new generation is opting for their own music curating by means of YouTube, according to a new study released today by consumer Continue Reading →
Amazon Cloud Player
Amazon Cloud Player just got a major content and feature update, the company announced today, while unveiling new music licensing agreements with Sony Music Entertainment, EMI Music, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, and 150 other partners. As you may know, Cloud Player is a freemium platform that help users access their music in the Continue Reading →
Spotify
A little over a month after Spotify enabled mobile radio on iOS, the same functionality has finally landed on Android as promised. From today, you can now enjoy Spotify radio directly from your Android device, a feature that lets you create radio stations based on any artist, album or playlist. If you like a song, Continue Reading →
Elton John
Several rock legends, including Elton John, Robert Plant and Queen guitarist Brian May, sent a letter to the Telegraph on Tuesday accusing Google of enabling pirates to steal their music. The letter, which was also sent to British Prime Minister David Cameron, implored both the government and the private sector to do more to protect Continue Reading →