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Gigstreaming update – U2 on YouTube, Insomnia festival on BitTorrent

Last night saw YouTube's live stream of a U2 concert in California, watchable by viewers in 16 countries. A Twitter widget was built in allowing people to chat about the gig, complete with a dedicated #U2webcast - it's still...
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Gigstreaming update – U2 on YouTube, Insomnia festival on BitTorrent

Last night saw YouTube's live stream of a U2 concert in California, watchable by viewers in 16 countries.A Twitter widget was built in allowing people to chat about the gig, complete with a dedicated #U2webcast –...
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YouTube to livestream U2 gig this weekend

More news on YouTube's move into live events: the site will stream a U2 gig live from Los Angeles this weekend, on the band's YouTube channel.
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YouTube to livestream U2 gig this weekend

More news on YouTube's move into live events: the site will stream a U2 gig live from Los Angeles this weekend, on the band's YouTube channel.It will be watchable from 16 countries, and is the second gig to be webcast...
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Is Blackberry getting its payoff for U2 sponsorship?

We'll let the headline and opening sentence of this article speak for itself: "BlackBerry loves U2. But U2 doesn't love BlackBerry, nor give a shit about them".The piece, on respected mobile tech blog Boy Genius Report, is...
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U2 BlackBerry app is finally available

We thought it came out weeks ago, but apparently not. U2 has now launched its long-trailed BlackBerry application, which offers photos, videos, news, song lyrics and track samples from the band's No Line On The Horizon album.
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PS3’s VidZone gets exclusive on new U2 video

The video for U2's new single I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight is debuting exclusively on VidZone, the recently-launched music videos service for Sony's PlayStation 3 console.
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U2 to release mobile album with BlackBerry

Having splashed out big bucks on sponsoring U2's latest world tour, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion is hoping to reap the rewards.
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Paul McGuinness: “Free is the enemy of good”

U2 manager Paul McGuinness is at it again - giving his views on the state of the music industry.
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CBS refutes Last.fm / RIAA data-sharing accusations

This week has seen a revival in the spat between TechCrunch and Last.fm, over the former's allegations that the latter shared user data with the RIAA following the leak of U2's recent album. Now Last.fm's parent company CBS...
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Last.fm / RIAA data controversy rears its head again

It's all kicked off again, with a new TechCrunch post claiming that data WAS handed over to the RIAA, but by Last.fm's parent company CBS - without Last.fm agreeing to such a handover.
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Bono lets slip details of BlackBerry U2 application

Research In Motion is ploughing big bucks into its sponsorship of the upcoming U2 tour, so what does it have planned on the content side of things? Canadian DJ Alan Cross has uncovered some hints, after chatting to Bono at...