Sony And Apple’s iRadio Streaming Content Deal Sealed With One Minor Holdout

Sony and Apple have signed a deal regarding the latter’s upcoming steaming music service (nicknamed iRadio for now), according to a source close to the talks. The agreement implies that Apple already has the three biggest record labels on board with the deal, as well as Warner and Universal. However, Sony/ATV is still missing from […]

Darius Rucker Responds To Racist Tweet, Country Fans Show Their Support

Darius Rucker has become a big star in country music, a fact that hasn’t sat well with one racist fan. Rucker was forced to take to Twitter on Sunday after a racist Twitter user attacked him over his rendition of the Bob Dylan hit Wagon Wheel. During his membership performance at the Grand Ole Opry […]

Google Unveils Streaming Music Platform During I/O Conference

As expected Google on Wednesday used the Google I/O Conference to unveil a new Spotify competitor. Known as Google Play Music All Access the service costs $9.99 per month. Launching exclusively in the United States the platform costs $9.99 per month. Users who sign up by June 30 can take advantage of the new Google […]

Spotify Web Player Compromised By Chrome Extension

A security vulnerability has caused Spotify’s web player to be compromised by a Chrome extension called Downloadify. The exploited vulnerability allows users to download permanent copies of songs from the streaming music service, reports Electronista. Most content on Spotify is DRM-protected, but the Chrome extension Downloadify exploits MP3 files that are free of DRM. The […]

Justin Timberlake Jumps On Instagram To Announce ’20/20 Experience (2 of 2)’

Just Timberlake jumped in Instagram on Sunday to announced the upcoming release of 20/20 Experience Part 2. The follow up to his first album in six years will officially drop on September 30, 2013. Timberlake made the unexpected announcement by posting photos on his Instagram. The photo received more than 50,000 views in the first […]