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The Digital Music Family – Let’s Jam for Less!


by on October 23rd, 2014

It has been a confusing year of price changes for the ‘streamed music’ fans. Spotify, one of the most popular providers, announced its Student Discount package for US college students in March, which allows access to its services for half the regular price. A month later, a deal with Sprint was announced which let “framilies” […]

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Google’s Cookie Monster Challenged by Facebook’s Count von Count


by on October 10th, 2014

Life used to be much simpler for Google; the tracking cookie, so en vogue during the pre-smartphone era, is falling out of favour. Thanks to the rise of the smartphone, a large portion of Internet data packets that used to be sent over the browser are now being sent from apps, which render the tracking […]

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Context: The App is dead, long live the App


by on September 19th, 2014

July 2008: a certain fruity company launched its app store and gave a home to 500 freshly pressed iPhone OS (iOS nowadays) apps. It was a pivotal moment, and today Apple, Google, Microsoft and BlackBerry all have similar digital storefronts offering billions of apps to smartphone and tablet users. Smartphone use evidently tends to be […]

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Amazon got a Twitch and bought video streaming service


by on September 5th, 2014

Over the past week, talks and speculation have been surrounding the announcement of Amazon’s acquisition of video streaming service, Twitch. Many said that the purchase came as a surprise, while others claimed that it was a natural addition to Amazon’s growing media empire. The deal, which is expected to be finalised in the second half […]

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Huawei’s Doubts Highlight Tizen’s Chicken-and-Egg Problem


by on August 28th, 2014

Huawei’s Richard Yu has recently branded Tizen as having ‘no future’, leaving the platform without one of its key partners in the bid to challenge Android and iOS dominance in the mobile operating system space. The Chinese phone vendor joins a raft of manufacturers voicing doubts about the future of the platform. It’s possible they […]

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