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Rdio gets iPhone application

Rdio gets iPhone application

By 18 December 2009

Rdio, the music streaming service from Skype/Kazaa founders Janus Friis and Niklas Zennstrom, has launched an iPhone app, despite still being in very private stealth beta. The description on the app store reads: "Rdio is like carrying a giant MP3 player... >>

First Rdio screenshots appear

First Rdio screenshots appear

By 10 November 2009

Rdio, the new music service from the founders of Skype, Joost and KaZaa, is beginning to show its face on the Web. A couple of screenshots of the interface of the app have appeared on ReadWriteWeb, complete with a short description of the service. As... >>

Kazaa back as legal subscription service

Kazaa back as legal subscription service

By 21 July 2009

Kazaa has been "jolted back into life" as a legal digital music service in the US. The peer-to-peer file-sharing service got into legal hot water in the mid-Nineties, Kazaa follows Napster and more recently, The Pirate Bay, in going legit. The decision... >>

Griffin Technology surveys iPod safety

Griffin Technology surveys iPod safety

By 14 May 2007

iPod accessory manufacturer Griffin Technology has commissioned a survey to investigate what constitutes safe iPod use. The survey looks at where people use their iPods, how they use them and what precautions they may take to prevent theft. iPods and... >>

Kazaa agrees to pay millions to record industry for lost revenue

By 27 July 2006

The company that owns Kazaa, the online P2P file sharing network, has finally settled lawsuits brought against it around the world by agreeing to pay the music industry upwards of $100 million (£53 million). The money will go to record labels including... >>

Kazaa case starts in Australia

Kazaa case starts in Australia

By 29 November 2004

The battle of file swapping networks seems to be repeating itself today as a host of music companies sue Kazaa's owners Sharman Networks over copyright infringement. Music labels including EMI, Warner, Sony BMG and Universal have clubbed together to fight... >>


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