news, technology

Spotify clamp down on proxy users

2 Comments 08 September 2009

Uh oh. Looks like Spotify has copped onto people using proxies to use their service. Irish users of Spotify, which is yet to launch here, have received an email informing them that their account is now frozen. As per the email: Spotify is currently available in six countries: Sweden, Norway, Finland, Spain, France and the […]

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technology, tweets

Spotify app gets approved for …

No Comments 28 August 2009

Spotify app gets approved for iPhone – but will only work if you have a premium account (£9.99 a month). iTunes trying to limit it’s rival?

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news, technology

Welcoming Spotify

3 Comments 25 February 2009

This past week I’ve been getting to grips with Spotify; a new piece of software that looks set to compete with the likes of iTunes, Last.fm and Imeem. It’s an impressive little application that allows you fast, free music streaming and the ability to create playlists (most of its rivals require supscription or make this […]

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Mozilla player to compete with iTunes

1 Comment 10 December 2008

Last week saw the launch of a new piece of open source software that could be set to give iTunes a run for it’s money. Music player/manager ‘Songbird‘ promises to be highly customisable (it’s from the folks who brought you Winamp), includes a Mozilla tabbed web browser, supports more formats and won’t be badgering you […]

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Weekend Round-up

1 Comment 14 November 2008

[image from BoingBoing] Gigs galore: In Cork Guess List will be taking in Adebisi Shank in The Whiskey tonight and lamenting the fact that Halves are scheduled to play in The Pavilion at the same time. Kila play Cypress Avenue on Saturday night. During the week we hope to take in a free gig or […]

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featured, technology

Myspace Music to shun indie labels?

1 Comment 23 September 2008

This week is set to see the launch of the gigantic Myspace Music store - a retail giant set to rival the likes of iTunes and Napster with the backing of three of the biggest record labels - but some indie labels are claiming that they've been blocked from uploading their artist's songs to the online store, and complaining that the technology used is biased in favour of major label material.

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