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Soundcloud Introducing Ads To It’s Services For The First Time

Today is the first day that we have ever seen ads on Soundcloud – the site that provides budding musicians with a playground to upload their best work whilst visitors can stream and download their content. This release started today in the US however will be going international, moving across […]


News Leaked On YouTube Subscription Service Music Key 1

Update: The new music subscription service is rumored to be released next week with select users being chosen as Beta testers, receiving a free subscription to the service for 6 months followed by a discounted price from there on. For those not chosen as Beta testers, the service will cost […]


Songza To Integrate With Google Play & YouTube

After many rumours last month, it has finally been announced that Google has purchased music streaming app Songza – the app that allows you to stream music that matches your mood. This deal follows that of Apple who took over Beats last month at an exceptional cost.


Twitter Releases Mobile App Ads In The Footsteps Of Facebook 1

Twitter was always that one social network you could trust to feed you with all your social needs without ads for mobile apps you never have or will have any interest in. All that is past tense now. Expect irritating adverts from now until forever of banners for those games […]


Leave A Tip For Your Favourite Emerging YouTube Videos

YouTube are to release many new features to their well-loved video streaming site, such as an increase in upload quality of videos to 60 frames per second (fps). The most simple yet intriguing of these features is the Tip Jar, allowing viewers to donate a tip to the video uploader.


Be Prepared To Say Goodbye To Some Of Your Favourite Bands On YouTube

Bands such as Radiohead, Adele and Arctic Monkeys could be deleted and blocked from YouTube after many independent labels refused agreement terms with the site during a contract negotiation for the soon to be music subscription service. Could we be saying goodbye to some of our favorite acts?