HTML5 Tag Archive

Music & Tech Around The Web: Apple Plots Pandora Rival, Grizzly Bear Rails At Spotify & More

Posted September 7

Happy Fridaze, friends and loved ones. Please direct your attention after the jump for today’s assortment of links.

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Music & Tech Around The Web: Tumblr App Updates, Grooveshark Goes HTML5 & More

Posted September 6

What did the grape say when the elephant stepped on it? Nothing, he just let out a little wine. If you’re commiserating with the grape in lieu of laughing at it, perhaps some links are in order. Jump on down for a lovely array.

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The 10 Music Tech Advances We’re Most Thankful For

Posted November 22

That day of epic gorging is just around the corner, and before we sink into a haze of tryptophan and family-imposed depression, we decided to reflect back on this year in music tech and share those innovations we’re more thankful for.

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Good News: You Can Now Listen to SoundCloud Streams on iOS Devices

Posted November 3

Yes, you can technically listen to songs and sounds on music-sharing platform — and O Music Award winner — SoundCloud’s apps, but up until today, the service’s widgets were rendered in Flash, which doesn’t work on iOS devices. Now, SoundCloud is releasing an HTML5 widget, which should work perfectly on your iPhone, iPad, etc.

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Ellie Goulding Launches Interactive Video for “Lights”

Posted October 12

Watching a music video is so 20 years ago. The new hot trend is definitely HTML5-powered browser experiences, and the latest musician to embrace that trend is songstress Ellie Goulding.

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