No More Words From TuneWiki As Vert Capital Pulls The Plug On Its Music Lyric App

Facebook Adds Shazam-Style Audio Recognition To Help You Automatically Tag Posts With TV Shows And Songs

Facebook has a new weapon in the battle against Twitter to host lucrative conversations about media. A Shazam-esque opt-in feature coming to the iOS and Android status composer can activate your phone

Shazam Pulls The Plug On UK Spotify Users

Just over a week ago, <a target="_blank" href="">Shazam</a> updated the free version of its mobile apps for iOS and Android so that users in the UK (and Ge

Following Spotify, Deezer Goes Freemium On Mobile

Music streaming startup Deezer just revamped its free offering across the board in order to become more competitive with Spotify, Rdio and others. Mobile users will now be able to listen to smart radi

Deezer Will Launch In The U.S. Next Year And Fight Head-To-Head With Music Streaming Giants

Already available in <a href="">hundreds of countries</a>, French startup <a>Dee

Nipping At Spotify, Deezer Passes 5M Paying Subs, Adds ‘Hear This’ And ‘Explore’ For Music Discovery, Unveils New Mac App

<a target="_blank" href="">Spotify</a> may be the world's biggest music streaming company, but rival <a target="_blank" href="">Deezer</a> is inching closer

Foursquare Tunes Into International Growth, Inks Live Music Check-In Deal With Deezer To Promote Paid Subs

As <a target="_blank" href="">Foursquare</a> focuses on the question of growing revenue, it has been slowly turning its game-style mobile check-in app into a platform to suppo

Spotify May Need To Be More ‘Asian’ To Dominate Region

Asia’s fragmented music fanbase and subscription habits may stand between Spotify and its total domination of the region, or at least so its competitors hope. The music streaming service recentl

To Boost Music Subs, Deezer Turns On Affiliate Deals, Gaming APIs, And (Ahead Of Spotify) 3rd Party Apps On Mobile

Music streaming may not be <a target="_blank" href="">making much money right now</a>, but that's not stop

Deezer Takes On Spotify With Expansions In Middle East, Africa, Brazil And Asia

<a target="_blank" href="">Deezer</a>, the music streaming service <a href="

WiMP Takes The Music Streaming Fight To Deezer In… Poland

<a target="_blank" href="">WiMP</a>, the Norwegian music streaming service owned by Aspiro, has announced that it is expanding into Poland, stepping on the toes of European com

European Cozy Up: Songkick Chosen To Power Deezer’s Concert Recommendations

I always get a warm and fuzzy feeling when two European tech companies cozy up. To that end, TechCrunch has learned that <a target="_blank" href="">Deezer</a>, the music streaming

Deezer Pulls Back Curtain On Growth Strategy: Adds 76 More Countries, Free Version, Social Features

Armed with a <a href="">fresh $130 million in funding</a> from War

Deezer’s CEO Axel Dauchez On Cracking Into The U.S. And Why It’s Not Just Another Spotify

<a target="_blank" href="">Deezer</a>, the web-based music streaming company that has <a href="

French Music Startup Deezer Gets $130M Fourth Round, Led By Warner Music Group’s Owner Access Industries

In France, it is the biggest startup funding round ever. Warner Music Group's owner Access Industries and previous investor Idinvest are investing €100 million ($130 Million) into music streaming st

European Music Streaming Service Deezer Heads to Asia; Partners With Telco dTac In Thailand

European music streaming service <a target="_blank" href="">Deezer</a> is expanding to Asia. It's announced that it will roll out in Thailand this week, with Singapore and Malays

Better Late Than Never: Deezer Releases APIs To Court Developers In Latest Bid To Catch Up To Spotify

Music streaming provider <a href="">Deezer</a> is one of the bigger (and older -- it's been around since 2006) services of its kind, with some 20 million registered users in 48 te

Deezer Launches Offline Browser Mode To Catch Up With Spotify

<a href="">Deezer</a> came out well before <a href="">Spotify</a> appeared on the horizon - 2007 in fact - to disrupt the streaming music space, but it faces a probl

Five European Startups To Watch

Silicon Valley is famously, and rightly, proud of its place as the spiritual home for startups. And it has an inspiring and awesome track record that’s tough to beat. However, as the recent <a hr

Deezer plans to launch music service in 200 countries by June 2012 (but not in the US and Japan)

<img src="" class="shot2" /> <a href="">Deezer</a>, which in a press release quite literally claims
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