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Cut Copy’s 3D printed open source music video

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Aussie indietronica band Cut Copy have teamed up with awesome Japanese creative collective Party (I highly recommend checking out their past work) to create their newest music video for the funky song ‘We Are Explorers’ off of their most recent album ‘Free Your Mind’. The end product is a cute little video in which a pair of miniature 3D-printed characters partakes in a series of adventures around an urban setting at night. […]

Facebook rumoured to be announcing music service at f8

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TechCrunch is reporting that a new Music service will be coming to Facebook. The service, rumoured to be announced at f8, Facebook’s anual conference, will borrow many features of, such as “scrobbling”. Scrobbling, the term made popular (and created) by, automatically takes the songs that you’re listening to and posts them onto your profile. This means that you don’t have to lift a finger to share the latest […]

Apple teases that “tomorrow is a day…you’ll never forget.”

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If you have been a little late with the news today, Apple has placed a big, full-screen-sized image on their homepage, indicating a major change is about to arrive on iTunes. Many speculate this to be a Beatles-announcement that they have arrived on iTunes, while others believe this event will allow people to stream their libraries. Unlike other events, Apple has posted times for California, New York, London and Tokyo […]

90-second previews coming to iTunes whether labels like it or not

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Whether Record Labels like it or not, Apple appears to have decided that song previews will be changed from 30 seconds to 90 seconds in the iTunes Music Store (US only for now). As seen in the letter above they, “believe that giving potential customers more time to listen to your music will lead to more purchases.” Sounds fair, but it appears that the labels will not have a choice […]

Zune expands to new markets – brings movie rentals to Aussie gamers

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Big news from Redmond for gamers, and those who use their Xbox 360s as a media hub. Microsoft has decided to extend its Zune platform to more markets – despite the fact that the Zune player is only available (officially) in the United States. “The integration between Zune, Windows Phone 7 and Xbox LIVE is an exciting expansion in our entertainment offerings,” Craig Eisler, Corporate VP of Interactive Entertainment Business […]

mSpot aims to put your music in the cloud

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There are plenty of cloud services available for a range of different purposes. For example, if you want to use Office applications you could use Google Docs, or Windows Live Docs. If you wanted file storage you could use Dropbox or Mobile Me’s iDisk. But there hasn’t really been a good way to listen and store music in the cloud and have it easily accessible. mSpot is going to try to […]

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