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Mashable: YouTube Introducing Paid Subscriptions
/ May 6, 2013 3:39 pm
Mashable: YouTube Introducing Paid Subscriptions

Mashable reports that YouTube is set to introduce a paid subscription model for certain specialist video channels as soon as this week, according to a report. The service will comprise close to 50 YouTube channels, and subscriptions to each channel will begin at as low as $1.99 per month. . Read More

TechCrunch: U.S. Court Rules in Favor of Facebook in Case Against Typosquatters
/ May 1, 2013 2:35 pm
TechCrunch: U.S. Court Rules in Favor of Facebook in Case Against Typosquatters

TechCrunch reports that a court has ruled in favor of Facebook in its case against Typosquatters, ordering the turnover of 105 domains, along with statutory damages of $2,795,000. This judgment makes Facebook one of the first big companies to win liability damages in a case tried under the U.S. Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act. . Read More

AllThingsD: DreamWorks to Purchase AwesomenessTV
/ May 1, 2013 2:30 pm
AllThingsD: DreamWorks to Purchase AwesomenessTV

AllThingsD reports that DreamWorks Animation is near to a deal to purchase AwesomenessTV, a YouTube network targeted at teens and kids, according to people familiar with the proposed transaction. Awesomeness has almost 500,000 subscribers and generated over 80 million video views last month. . Read More

TechCrunch: Soundrop Introduces Web-Based Listening Rooms
/ April 29, 2013 2:36 pm
TechCrunch: Soundrop Introduces Web-Based Listening Rooms

TechCrunch reports that Soundrop, the social and interactive listening room music program that first launched as an app on Spotify, has launched a new web version. Currently in beta, the new version allows users to take advantage of existing listening rooms based on artists, genres and moods, using Spotify for the audio component and YouTube for the video. . Read More

Reuters: EU to Allow Competitors to Comment on Google Concessions
/ April 25, 2013 2:17 pm
Reuters: EU to Allow Competitors to Comment on Google Concessions

Reuters reports that Google's competitors will get the opportunity to comment on the concessions suggested by Google and needed to complete an EU antitrust investigation, which could force Google to improve its offer. . Read More

Gengo Raises $12 Million
/ April 23, 2013 11:02 am
Gengo Raises $12 Million

Gengo, an online translation service, has raised $12 million in a funding round, led by Intel Capital, with participation from Iris Capital, Singapore-based Infocomm, NTT-IP and Saudi Telecom Ventures, and returning investor Atomico. . Read More

TechCrunch: Open Source Music Service Changes Name from Napster.fm to Peer.fm
/ April 22, 2013 12:29 pm
TechCrunch: Open Source Music Service Changes Name from Napster.fm to Peer.fm

TechCrunch reports that the recently announced open source music service today has changed its name from Napster.fm to Peer.fm to steer clear of legal issues in light of Rhapsody's ownership of the Napster brand which it acquired from BestBuy in . Read More

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