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Google Music UK is live, buy tunes from Google Play

Google Music UK is live, buy tunes from Google Play

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Google Music has gone live in the UK, meaning that UK residents now have a more complete offering from Google when it comes to entertainment. The company confirmed that the service would be expanding beyond the US at the announcement of the Nexus 4 and... >>

Get some Bieber on your BlackBerry with the Amazon MP3 app

Get some Bieber on your BlackBerry with the Amazon MP3 app

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BlackBerry owners (in the States at least) now have access to major digital music store, with the official launch of the Amazon MP3 app into the BlackBerry App World. The app lets you directly download the tunes you want to your handset (which you can... >>

UK Amazon MP3 for Android officially announced

UK Amazon MP3 for Android officially announced

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So we knew this was coming, thanks to early leaks of the contents of Google's Nexus One, and we showed you how to get the app early on your phone, but now it's official. Unlike the early edition of the app, it now works on Android 1.5 devices. In fact... >>

Nexus One's MP3 store hacked onto other handsets

Nexus One's MP3 store hacked onto other handsets

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Following reports that Amazon's MP3 store is available on Nexus One handsets in Britain, coders at the XDA-Developers forum have worked out how to port Amazon's MP3 store to any Android 1.6 handset in the UK. It's not the most simple process in the world,... >>

TuneChecker helps you find the cheapest music online

TuneChecker helps you find the cheapest music online

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Martin Lewis, the man behind moneysavingexpert, has launched a new music price comparison service on Tuesday, hoping to allow music fans a way to find the cheapest music on the Web. The new site, called TuneChecker.com, is in Lewis' words "all about finding... >>

Amazon MP3 repeats "25 Days of Free" this Christmas

Amazon MP3 repeats "25 Days of Free" this Christmas

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In the States, Amazon has announced it will be repeating a holiday tradition on its Amazon MP3 store which started last year.   Dubbed "25 Days of Free", every day this month up until Christmas, the online retailer will provide a new Christmas-themed... >>

Who'll be the casualties of Google Music?

Who'll be the casualties of Google Music?

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Not content with crashing down hard on the satnav industry yesterday, today Google put the willies up the music industry too with the launch of a Google music search feature. Just before you go diving off to try it, it's only available in the US at the... >>

MySpace hits next phase of music offering

MySpace hits next phase of music offering

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MySpace has announced what it says is "the next phase" of its music offering with a wave of new products and tools now available to artists and fans. As well as allowing users to buy music on iTunes in addition to Amazon MP3, the global rollout of a new... >>

Which is the best online music service?

Which is the best online music service?

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With Sky's announcement of the company's upcoming service, Sky Songs, we finally have proof that every man and his dog is getting in on the music scene. As a consumer, though, the picture just gets that little bit more complicated. If you want all the... >>

Amazon MP3 hits 5 million tracks milestone

Amazon MP3 hits 5 million tracks milestone

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The Amazon.co.uk MP3 store has hit the five million tracks offered milestone since its launch in December 2008, the etailer has announced. To celebrate Amazon is now offering a selection of over 100 top-selling MP3 tracks for 29p per track. "Our aim is... >>