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July 2011 Archive


Björk’s Lead App Developer Riffs on Music, Nature and How Apps Are Like Talkies


Source: Wired

Björk's latest release, Biophilia, is an album app that delivers individual song apps periodically, replete with their own games, visualizations, essays and even music-theory-teaching interactions.
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Anonymous Unleashes Social Network AnonPlus After Google+ Ban


Source: Wired

Web hacktivist clan Anonymous has announced AnonPlus, "a new social network where there is no fear of censorship, of blackout, nor of holding back."
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Evidence of a Facebook Music Service Surfaces


Source: Mashable

We know Facebook has a music product coming soon, and now we believe it will do more than simply play your favorite tunes.
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Amazon Cuts Prices to Counter an Apple Service That Hasn’t Launched Yet


Source: All Things D

Amazon is now offering unlimited storage space for cloud-based music, which consumers can upload to Amazon’s servers and then stream back to their PCs, for $20 a year.
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It's Official: Spotify is coming to the U.S.


Source: ZDNet

Spotify, the European-based free music streaming service and Pandora's direct competitor, is officially on its way to the United States.
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