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Facebook Announces Music Integration With Spotify And Other Music Services

Posted by on September 22, 2011

Talk of Facebook launching a “music dashboard” has been going around the web since June of this year. Today, though, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the social network’s plan for music integration during the social network’s f8 developer conference in San Francisco earlier today. Facebook will be teaming up with music companies like Spotify, Turntable.fm, […]

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What Streaming Site Is Best Worth Your Buck?

Posted by on August 11, 2010

LifeHacker.com recently posted an insightful review of music streaming sites. Streamers such as Grooveshark, Last.FM, RDIO, MOG, Spotify, Rhapsody, Pandora, Slacker, and Napster (in case you couldn’t read the image) were put through the test to see how they compare to one another and which they feel conquers them all. They even provide a nifty […]

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MOG Arrives On iPhone, Android

Posted by on July 20, 2010

Tired of Pandora? Want another service for your iPhone or Android device that streams music? Got $10/month burning a hole in your pocket? Tired of me asking all these questions? Engadget reports that today MOG (which stands for Music On the Go) arrived on Apple’s App Store and the Android Market, offering 8 million songs […]

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MOG Streaming Service Quick Thoughts

Posted by on December 3, 2009

We spent an hour futzing around with MOG.com, the new streaming service “that promises an experience better than Rhapsody, Pandora and iTunes combined” for $5 a month, and here are our quick thoughts: Pros – Excellent sound quality. My entirely non-scientific evaluation from some decent computer speakers leads me to believe it sounds much fuller […]

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MOG’s Alleged “Better Than iTunes, Pandora & Rhapsody Combined” Service Goes Live

Posted by on December 2, 2009

Music streaming service MOG went live this morning, with all four major labels signed on. The company promises a deep library at a $5 monthly fee, and boasts a service “better than Rhapsody, iTunes and Pandora…combined.” We’ll see about that. We just signed up for a free trial and will post thoughts this afternoon. Here’s […]

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