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David Byrne Implores Record Labels To Stop Being Shitty About Streaming 

David Byrne, well-known recording artist and performer, has written a stirring op-ed about streaming music and the plight of musicians in today’s recording industry. He’s right about the problems, but his solution seems a little...far-fetched.

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Mario Aguilar

August 3rd

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LG’s Latest Innovation Is… An Android Flip Phone?

Do you miss T9? Do you dislike productivity? Then the new LG Gentle is for you.

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Mario Aguilar

July 29th

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NYC Backs Down On Plans to Curb Uber’s Explosive Growth

New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio and Uber have cut a backroom deal that will prevent the “Uber Cap” legislation, which would have limited the number of cars the company could keep on the street, says the New York Times.

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Mario Aguilar

July 22nd

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Spotify’s New “Discover Weekly” Playlist Knows You So Well It’s Creepy

Spotify’s got a new feature called “Discover Weekly,” an automatically generated playlist of music that’s tailored specifically for you. For something made by a computer this playlist is pretty damn good!

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Mario Aguilar

July 20th

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We Just Tried Cortana on Android, And You Can Too

Right now you can download and install a leaked version of Microsoft’s Cortana voice assistant for Android. Suffice it to say, I am whelmed.

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Mario Aguilar

July 17th

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Uber Attacks NYC Mayor’s Plans to Curb Its Growth Directly in App

Uber’s famous for using aggressive tactics. Its latest stunt is aimed directly at New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio. The company added a tab to the app to illustrating what would happen if the mayor’s new “Uber cap” bill passes.

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Mario Aguilar

July 17th

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The WSJ says that Hulu’s plotting a no-ads version of its premium service that’ll cost $12-$14 per m

The WSJ says that Hulu’s plotting a no-ads version of its premium service that’ll cost $12-$14 per month. Pricey! But ads are terrible. We hate them. What’s to be done?

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Mario Aguilar

July 17th

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Amazon Is Bragging About How Much Frivolous Shit It Sold On Prime Day

Amazon Prime Day was a huge let down for consumers who were actually hoping to get a good deal on something they wanted. But for Amazon, the day was a resounding success, it brags in a press release.http://gizmodo.com/primedayfail-i...

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Mario Aguilar

July 16th

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Marshall’s Rock n’ Roll Android Phone Actually Looks Awesome

Marshall Headphones, the splinter manufacturer that labels “lifestyle” electronics with the amplifier brand’s logo and styling, is making a new Android phone with music-centric features. To be sure, there’s a little gimmicky nostalgia here, but forgive me lords of rock n’ roll authenticity if I kind of love it.

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Mario Aguilar

July 16th

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Neil Young Continues His Crusade Against Reason by Screwing His Fans

Neil Young took to Facebook today to announce that “streaming has ended for me.” Oh brother.

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Mario Aguilar

July 16th

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