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  • TechCrunch blogger Mike Arrington starts venture fund

     
    Michael Arrington, the colorful founder of TechCrunch, who built a mini media empire in Silicon Valley that he sold to AOL a year ago, is raising a $20 million venture capital fund to invest in early-stage technology companies with Patrick Gallagher of...
  • Technology: Entrepreneurs blast the Protect IP Act

     
    The Protect IP Act, an entertainment industry-backed bill to combat online piracy, has drawn fire from tech advocacy groups and noteworthy engineers who worry about its effects on the Internet ecosystem. Now, more than 100 tech entrepreneurs and...
  • MOG to debut free on-demand music service

     
    MOG hits back Spotify with free service that rewards users for recruiting new users and interacting with ads and sponsors....
  • Lou Reed and Metallica tease 'Lulu' with snippet of new song

     
    Lou Reed and Metallica tease 'Lulu' with a snippet of a new song....
  • Napster: A brand buried by free music?

     
    To the extent that "Napster" means anything to the average Internet user, it means "free." And thanks to Spotify and Facebook, free may be a necessary ingredient in any subscription service going forward. The current version of Napster, however, simply...
  • Rhapsody to acquire rival music service Napster from Best Buy

     
    In a sign that Best Buy's digital music ambitions have fizzled, the retail giant is selling its subscription online music service Napster to Rhapsody in exchange for an undisclosed equity stake in the combined company. The deal comes just three......
  • The Morning Fix: 'Simpsons' salary snafu. Myspace's new look.

     
    Tuesday's headlines include a salary dispute on "The Simpsons," a look at Myspace's new look and Google's plans for YouTube to go pro....
  • Grooveshark: the other free music service

     
    Don't tell Paul Geller that free music on demand is a money-loser. Geller is vice president of business development at Grooveshark, an advertiser-supported site based in Gainesville, Fla., that streams an unlimited amount of music on demand to users at no...
  • VH1’s 'Rock Docs' to focus on Napster, 'TRL' and hip-hop's role in L.A. riots

     
    VH1’s Emmy Award-winning “Rock Docs” series have targeted the glory days of MTV's "TRL," Napster and the relationship between hip-hop and the 1992 Los Angeles riots as the subjects of upcoming documentaries, the network announced...
  • Box Office: 'Puss in Boots' wins weekend by more than a whisker [Updated]

     
    "Puss in Boots" was the No. 1 film at the box office this weekend, grossing $34 million. The other two films in wide release did not perform as well. The sci-fi action flick "In Time" collected $12 million, while Johnny Depp's "The Rum Diary" only brought...
  • EMI and Echo Nest create a 'sandbox' for app developers

     
    One problem for companies trying to launch online music services is the gantlet the major labels make them go through to obtain content or use it in new ways. That's something The Echo Nest, which provides an online platform and music-analysis tools for...