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November 2013 Archive


Spotify’s $4 Billion Valuation Draws Investors to Music Streaming Services

By Joey Lee
Source: Wall Street Journal

Physical sales continue to plummet and appear bleak, as digital music is predicted to soar past.
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Mercedes, Audi, Ford and Google Race to Create Driverless Cars

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

With self-driving cars predicted to be a common sight on the roads by 2017, the competition between big names is heating up.
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Microsoft Sells More Than 1 Million Xbox One Consoles on the First Day

By Joey Lee
Source: BGR

Microsoft really knocked the ball out of the park with this One.
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Pirate Bay Founder Sued in Russia

By Joey Lee
Source: Billboard

The founder of Pirate Bay, Gottfrid Svartholm, doesn’t seem to be able to escape the law anywhere, as he gets sued again, this time in a Moscow court.
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Spotify Bordering on $200 Million Investment

By Joey Lee
Source: Billboard

Spotify and Technology Crossover Ventures are said to be verging on announcing a $200 million round of funding.
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Netflix Places Order for Four Marvel TV Shows

By Joey Lee
Source: USA Today

Some lesser-known superheroes are getting a turn in the spotlight, as Netflix buys series of “indie” superhero shows.
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Is Call Of Duty Running Out of Steam?

By Joey Lee
Source: The Daily Beast

The video game industry has always been a volatile one, and it even mighty giants have a chance to fall as well
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Netflix Revamps TV-Viewing Experience

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

There’s no such thing as "good enough" it seems, as Netflix implements further changes to appeal to viewers even more.
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Comedy Central’s Digital Studio Loads Six New Shows

By Joey Lee
Source: tubefilter

It’s clear blue skies for lovers of the comedy genre right now, as Comedy Central reveals they’re adding six more new shows to their digital production studio, CC: Studios, on top of three renewals.
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Sony Fans to Pay Monthly Fees for Online PlayStation 4 Gaming


Source: Business Insider

Sony is really reeling in the bait now, with monthly and annual prices all set for gamers who wish to engage other players online.
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