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YouTube is expected to announce in the coming days that it will launch paid subscription channels, a first for the online video platform that's been around since 2005. But, with the growing number of subscription services available for entertainment,
BitTorrent reveals Bundle file to package media content Artists can require their fans to give them their email address before releasing add-on content The developers of the BitTorrent file-sharing protocol have unveiled what they describe as a new "
Spotify rushes to fix free download vulnerability Many sites are susceptible to "ripping" of their content Music streaming site Spotify has rushed to fix a security hole that allowed users free song downloads. Downloadify, an extension to Google's
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The popular video-sharing website will reportedly announce it will introduce paid subscriptions as early as this week. The subscription-only videos will include up to 50 YouTube channels, according to the Financial Times . Users will reportedly pay $
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EDT The Washington Post Twitter took the wraps off a much-anticipated music service last month, which is supposed to make it easy for users to find new music and keep up with their favorite artists in the process. Users can listen to four types of
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