Category Archives: Up In The Clouds

Has Spotify Finalized A Deal With WMG?

Posted by on July 8, 2011

When Spotify “announced” that it was finally coming to the U.S., we figured that meant that they finally secured deals with all four of the major labels. However, many sources are reporting that there’s still one more hold out. According to Digital Music News, Spotify has yet to finalize a deal with Warner Music Group. While no […]

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Amazon Cloud Now Offering Unlimited Space For Limited Time

Posted by on July 7, 2011

One of the major complaints about the Amazon Cloud has been about how much they charge for storage space. Indeed, with 50GB of storage space costing $50 (a dollar per GB), the Amazon Cloud isn’t cheap. And apparently Amazon now agrees, as they’ve announced that now for only $20 (the price of 20GB), you can […]

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Charter Cable Getting In On The Cloud Movement

Posted by on June 24, 2011

It looks like everyone is trying to get in on the cloud buzz. Digital Music News reports that Charter Communications, the fourth largest ISP and cable provider in the US will be unleashing their own cloud drive service. However, unlike the major names currently putting their names in the cloud race, Charter’s cloud will not be […]

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Amazon Beats Apple To The Punch, Launches Cloud Music Service

Posted by on March 29, 2011

For a while now, music listeners have been waiting for Apple and/or Google to finally launch a cloud music service, allowing users to upload music via the web and access it from any computer. Today, though, it’s Amazon who has beat both companies to the punch by launching the digital Cloud Player. Amazon’s new cloud […]

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