Color must be one of the digital media startups that gets the most buzz by comparison with its small take-up. It’s founded by Bill Nguyen, who music business types will know as the creator of Lala – a site that started as a CD-swapping service and morphed into a complex cloud music offering that was eventually bought by Apple. Color started off as a location-based photo sharing app for mobile but is now being relaunched with a more web/PC-centric vision built around Facebook. In this interview with Engadget, Nguyen credits Spotify with having the “persistence” to succeed with a streaming model that Lala arguably failed at.
Source: Engadget

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