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  • YouTube set to launch ad-free music service

    YouTube set to launch ad-free music service
    YouTube will reportedly launch an ad-free music service that will serve as competition to other paid music services like Spotify and Pandora One.  AndroidPolice.com first reported the details of the new subscription service, which will be called YouTube...
  • DJ Mustard has the sound of the summer

    DJ Mustard has the sound of the summer
    WASHINGTON — Because it's July in Washington and there's no A/C backstage, tiny jewels of sweat are forming on DJ Mustard's brow, decorating the tiny script tattoo on his right temple. "10 Summers," it reads — the name of his new album, but...
  • Could Kim Kardashian's video game make more money than a hit movie?

    Could Kim Kardashian's video game make more money than a hit movie?
    In the latest video game sensation, the player encounters an attractive stranger at a bar and must make a difficult choice: flirt or network. The goal: climb the Hollywood food chain and transform from a starving no-name to a rich-and-famous A-lister....
  • Six tablets to keep you gaming

    GamerHub.tv With back-to-school time just around the corner, tablets remain an essential part of education at any grade level these days. But there's no reason that students can't study hard and then play hard on the very same device. Here are five...
  • Qcast turns your Chromecast into a shared music party for your guests

    Social DJ apps have always had a strange place in the Internet's heart. Turntable.fm was beloved while it was around, but plug.dj never fully succeeded it in popularity when it took up the mantle. Still, Qcast aims to bring that excellent idea —...
  • Dendy and Nine Raise The Stakes in Australia's Online Video Sector

    HONG KONG - Independent cinema chain Dendy is to launch a VoD service next week in Australia. The move follows shortly after TV giant Nine Entertainment took a A$1 million stake in existing VoD platform QuickFlix. Dendy Direct will kick off on Aug. 6...
  • YouTube, Amazon Start Playing Hardball With Sellers

    The ascendance of digital media has given the Internet's biggest distributors new market clout. And YouTube and Amazon are increasingly throwing their weight around with suppliers in disputes that are, to an unusual degree, public. The YouTube brouhaha...
  • Google Unveils Android TV Platform, with Sony, Sharp and Netflix Among Partners

    Google gave developers an early look at Android TV at its I/O conference Wednesday, its newest attempt to let Android-based devices work better with HDTVs, set-tops and other entertainment systems. For Google, the Android TV platform -- which includes...
  • Google Unveils Android Auto

     
    Last week, we told you of Google's plans for a vehicle operating system to rival Apple's CarPlay; at today's Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco, the tech giant unveiled the details of its new Android Auto system. More Technology......
  • Comics Journalist writes about "The Economics of Digital Comics"

    Comics Journalist writes about "The Economics of Digital Comics"
    With so many Kickstarter projects looking for funding, you'd think there would be more devoted to the business of comic books. Apparently there aren't all that many, which is why Todd Allen's "Economics of Digital Comics" has gotten so much attention....
  • Will Japan's 'Tsum Tsum' Characters Translate in the U.S. for Disney?

    The Tsum Tsums are coming to America. Originally launched as an app in Japan, Disney is bringing the animated characters to the U.S. through a puzzle app for English-speaking audiences, as well as a line of stackable plush toys. "Disney Tsum Tsum,"...
  • Sia Earns First Top Spot on U.S. Album Charts

    Aussie chanteuse Sia collected her first U.S. No. 1 album with by far the smallest chart-topping numbers in recent memory. The vocalist, born Sia Furler, commanded the domestic album chart as her Monkey Puzzle/RCA set "1000 Forms of Fear" moved 52,000...