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Take that, geotarding! Slacker Radio now available in Canada

After months of detailed (and no doubt painfully boring) discussions involving copyright issues, Slacker Radio is now on the air in Canada! The news was announced today in an official post on the Slacker website. In addition to accessing Slacker via the web, mobile options are also now available to my Canuck brethren - Blackberry and Android apps are ready to rock, and the iPhone version is...

We're gonna need a bigger boat: Grooveshark attacks your desktop

Damn you, Grooveshark! I've been doing just fine without any Adobe Air applications installed on my system. But you come along and release a standalone interface, and now I'm hooked. As Sebastien reported with Waver, the Grooveshark Air app seems to be a bit more smooth and responsive than the browser-based version. Whatever the reason, as a guy that runs on unstable, developer-channel...

Slacker great for lazy music lovers

There are untold fortunes to me made in this world, as long as you live by one cardinal rule: never underestimate the laziness of consumers. This is the guiding logic behind a new "intuitive" mp3 player launched by the Slacker Company. Slacker and their new gadget called... The Slacker (creative, no?) are set to be available in June and cost around $150 for a 2 Gig model, and $400 for 12 Gigs. The...

Download Squad Interview: Tim Westergren of Pandora

Pandora is a music discovery service we've covered before. It goes beyond "regular" internet radios, who largely base their taxonomy and discovery services on rather flat databases and sterile genre/artist/album nomenclature. At best, you might get web-based social suggestions, like what built MySpace and makes Virb sing. Pandora utilizes the research and ongoing classifications of the...