Eventster brings crowd-sourcing to event recommendation
Eventster is a new app for iPhone and iPad that offers crowd-sourced local event recommendation. It works by pulling in events, such as concerts and festivals, across North America and Europe via the Zvents API
June 11, 2012
EU asks Google for concessions to avoid antitrust charges
Google remains under pressure in Europe from the EU over allegations of anticompetitive behaviour.
May 22, 2012
Rdio goes live in Germany
Streaming music service Rdio has launched in Europe, but not in the market that might have been expected. It's live in Germany now, charging 4.99 Euros a month for the web-only version, and 9.99 for web+mobile.
January 13, 2012
Mark Mulligan: ‘Europe has too many services chasing too few customers’
Former Forrester analyst Mark Mulligan has spelled out a warning for the music industry in Europe, pointing to "the class divide that has grown between the US and European digital music markets".
November 30, 2011
Nokia’s new Windows Phones expected to be Europe-only for this year
Tomorrow, Nokia will finally unveil its first Windows Phone handsets at its Nokia World conference in London. It’s a big day for the company, which has effectively staked its future on its Microsoft partnership helping...
October 25, 2011
Rovi takes its metadata service to Europe
Rovi is making a big push for its Rovi Music data service in Europe, extending it to 33 countries across the continent. The company says it has country-specific datasets for more than 2.5 million albums and 23.5 million songs,...
June 24, 2010
More rumours of MySpace cutbacks
Following TechCrunch's claim last week that up to 25% of MySpace's staff could be for the chop, now the Guardian is reporting that the social network is considering shutting down its offices in Italy, France and Spain, leaving...
June 15, 2009
Passionato goes live across Europe
Classical music site Passionato has announced its launch in 14 European countries
April 23, 2009
iMesh sees P2P music as its route into Europe
We have to confess we'd forgotten about US-based music subscription service iMesh, but the company is still going, and that's more has plans to expand into Europe soon.
March 9, 2009
Spanish streaming service Yes.fm reaches 400k users
It's like dominos in the European streaming music market right now: first Spotify announced it had a million users, then We7 revealed it had 500,000 UK users, and now Spanish startup Yes.fm has revealed that it has 400,000...
March 5, 2009