Consumer technology news from the future
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
Spotify lists Top 10 tracks to calm nervous flyers
Recent research from online music streaming service Spotify reveals songs that best helps calm the nerves of anxious travellers ahead of the busy summer holiday season.
Spotify unmoved by iTunes Radio NZ launch
"Spotify doesn't benchmark itself against iTunes or other music services - it very much sees music piracy as its biggest competitor and the industry's most serious challenge."
NZ set for 2014 iTunes Radio launch
Apple executive admits "we certainly want to be in more than 100 countries" as Kiwis prepare for iTunes Radio launch.
Why Kiwis should sing their way through the working day...
Can listening to good tunes make the working day bearable...?
Are NZ businesses banning music missing a beat?
For New Zealander’s "Working 9-5, just to make a livin’", 19% of offices ban music from the workplace despite three quarters of Kiwis believing it would reduce stress and anxiety and improve their mood.
Royal Baby boy in for a Tweet
The Royal Baby boy sees Avicii’s "Wake Me Up" as the top streamed Spotify track, while causing over 25,300 tweets per minute online.
Deezey does it for tailor made music site
For those who think machines will take over the world, think again.
Like to buy music? 200m Pandora fans say rent
Kiwis help internet radio service hit milestone user base, signalling a preference for renting music over buying it.
Specific Spotify gets the personal touch
As the newly-introduced Artist Apps from Spotify help music fans find that elusive needle in the proverbial haystack, is the personalised touch a step forward in user connection?
Spotify music service now available in NZ
Catalogue of 16 million tracks ready for kiwi listeners - so what'll it cost?
Who’s using MySpace?
40,000 new people per day, that’s who. It seems the revamp has been a success.
Facebook intro's music sharing service
Social networking behemoth adds another new feature - and people actually seem to be happy about it.
Google launches iTunes rival
No word yet on NZ release, but there's still some good news for kiwi music lovers.