Tag: widgets

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The xx tap location for new album streaming site

The xx's new album comes with an innovative album-stream campaign. Fans can listen to the full album on the site, or via embedded widgets on others.
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SoundCloud partners with Twitter on extended tweets

SoundCloud has become an expanded Tweets partner on Twitter, with its HTML5 widget set to show up on Tweets that contain a SoundCloud URL.
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MyCloudPlayer helps people make SoundCloud-fuelled playlists

SoundCloud's open nature has been key to its growth among artists, who use its widgets to make their tracks available across the web
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Sandbox Issue Five:: Labels on the defensive

- Labels on the defensive - Artist case study: Superlitio - Interview: David Emery, Beggars - Guide to online video - Facebook widgets
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Aguilera and Walsh launch A.P.E. online radio stations

We wrote about this when it was first announced earlier this year, but the first two "Artist Personal Experience" online radio channels have gone live through the deal between Front Line Management and Clear Channel Radio.
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Motorola unveils its (wannabe) iPhone-killer

It's taken a while, but Motorola has taken the wrappers off its Evoke QA4, a touchscreen handset bearing more than a little resemblance to the iPhone.
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Spotify hails more spin-off websites

Streaming music service Spotify has been tipping its hat to some of the spin-off sites and widgets launched by developers around its API.
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MySpace Application Gallery launches with 1,000+ widgets

MySpace has announced the public launch of its Application Gallery, to take on Facebook's apps platform. MySpace is launching it with more than 1,000 widgets for users to install on their profiles, including music, video,...
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Sonific goes offline, slams label demands

Music widgets provider Sonific is to close down on May 1, due to what CEO Gerd Leonhard describes as “the unworkable music licensing situation and the resulting lack of solid revenue modeling”. The company says...