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Berkeley entrepreneur Aza Raskin invented endless scroll technology in 2006 while working at a small user-interface company called Humanized. He has since expressed regret about how much this now ubiquitous online feature has shaped our lives.
Twitch, the rapidly growing livestreaming platform, and its owner Amazon received a blistering letter on Thursday signed by multiple major US music organisations over its lack of licensing deals with many major music rights-holders.
The British Parliament is launching an inquiry into streaming services and whether artists are paid fairly by Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play and others, according to an announcement Friday.
Can’t remember the name of a song, but you can hum a few bars? Google has felt your pain – and now has a solution to this particular first-world problem.
The Spotify app has updated its search feature to now also suggest songs that match the lyrics being searched for.
On Sept 18, Selena Gomez asked Facebook executives to take action against the spread of misinformation and racism on its social media platforms.
Facebook Watch, the social giant’s two-year-old video streaming platform, has become a massive destination – now attracting over 1.25 billion users each month, the company claims.
Music streaming app NetEase walks a fine line as it cracks down on ‘emotional’ listeners during a pandemic
The phenomenon sparked a new meme dubbed NetEmo, which took off after some users poked fun at depressed people. Launched by Internet company and game giant NetEase in 2013, NetEase Cloud Music has more than 800 million registered users and 30 million tracks.
Atari and developer Hello There Games released a new rhythm-based, touch-screen-optimized mobile game Beat Legend: Avici on July 23, featuring 15 of late producer, performer and songwriter Tim “Avicii” Bergling’s tracks.
It's a Spring Saturday and somewhere deep in Philadelphia, five twentysomethings are huddled in a small apartment, each hunched over a computer. The click-clack of their keyboards is the only sound heard in the room, but via their devices, they're running one of the largest music festivals in the world.