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  • MOG Partners With JVC & Aha, Is Coming To Subaru Vehicles

    MOG Partners With JVC & Aha, Is Coming To Subaru Vehicles

    Music streaming service MOG is today announcing partnerships with mobile, audio and video equipment manufacturer JVC as well as with Aha by HARMAN, an interactive platform that brings web content to the automobile. The companies will begin using MOG’s APIs to integrate the music service into their platforms and products. The first result of the new partnerships is MOG’s launch… Read More

  • MOG Latest Music Service To Become Available On Logitech’s Squeezebox

    MOG Latest Music Service To Become Available On Logitech’s Squeezebox

    There’s already a bunch of music apps available for Logitech’s Squeezebox (including Rhapsody, Last.fm, Pandora, DI.fm, Napster, Sky.fm, Spotify and Deezer) but this morning there was some good news for MOG fans in the United States. Logitech has teamed up with MOG to give users access to the latter’s music streaming library, which consists of 13 million songs, custom… Read More

  • Streaming Music Service MOG To Be Pre-Loaded On AT&T’s New LTE Phones

    Streaming Music Service MOG To Be Pre-Loaded On AT&T’s New LTE Phones

    Unlimited streaming music service MOG is expanding its footprint yet again with a new AT&T deal that will see its mobile application pre-installed on AT&T’s first new LTE smartphones: the Samsung Galaxy S Skyrocket and the HTC Vivid. The app will be pre-loaded onto these two AT&T 4G (LTE) phones, and customers will be able to try the service for free for a week. In addition… Read More

  • BMW Demos MOG

    BMW Demos MOG

    Earlier today we ventured to downtown New York for a demo of a BMW equipped with MOG’s music streaming app. MOG has been working with Mini and BMW on this app for a while. The BMW version is slated to launch in mid-October and it works with BMW’s new ConnectedDrive technology, available in 2011 and beyond models. MOG’s music library contains 12 million songs. Read More

  • SoundCloud, Deezer And Rhapsody Revealed As Facebook Music Launch Partners?

    SoundCloud, Deezer And Rhapsody Revealed As Facebook Music Launch Partners?

    I love Yvo Schaap, even though I’ve never met him in person. Wanna know why? Because the man keeps on digging up interesting stuff by simply perusing code, and then alerting us. Schaap found the embeddable +1 button and a a link to the Google Games logo before either of them was publicly released, and now he may have identified several companies that will be partnering with Facebook for… Read More

  • Two Key Features Of Facebook Music: Scrobbling And Track Unification

    Two Key Features Of Facebook Music: Scrobbling And Track Unification

    Yesterday, we outlined a bit of what we’ve heard about Facebook’s upcoming f8 conference. One big launch will be their official foray into music. Today, we’ve heard more about that launch. One thing we’ve heard from a very good source is that a key aspect of the service will be “scrobbling”. The term, made popular by Last.fm, means that when you listen to… Read More

  • Unlimited Music Service MOG Launches A Desktop App For The Mac

    Unlimited Music Service MOG Launches A Desktop App For The Mac

    MOG, the all-you-can-eat streaming music service that competes with the likes of Spotify and Rdio, has some good news for Mac users: it’s just launched a native application for OS X, which is now available on the Mac App Store. You can download it right here (the service is free for 14 days, then costs $10/month, which includes access to the web and mobile applications as well). The… Read More

  • MOG Rolls Out Slick HTML5 Player, With A New Emphasis On Recommendations And Playlists

    The online music race is now an all-out sprint: Amazon, Google, and Apple are now all offering (or preparing to launch) services that let you upload your music collection to the cloud, letting you listen to the music you own wherever you are. But they aren’t just competing with each other — another group of services that includes MOG, Rdio, and (eventually) Spotify lets users… Read More

  • Like A Double Rainbow, MOG Comes To Sonos

    If you’re a Sonos fan you’ll be happy to know that MOG, the music streaming service that competes with sites like Spotify, Rdio, and Pandora, has just hit the list of Sonos sources. It is, in short, a double rainbow of music goodness. They’re offering all Sonos users 14-day free trial and new users can get 20% off Sonos bundles with MOG access. You can check it out… Read More

  • Keen On… Will The Music Revolution Be Streamed? (TCTV)


    For the third set of interviews from last week’s excellent SFMusicTech event, I talk with David Hyman, the current CEO of MOG, the co-founder of Addicted to Noise, former CEO of Gracenote and one of the smartest and most experienced pioneers of the digital music revolution. Hyman’s MOG is one of the most interesting and important contemporary start-ups. Like Pandora and Spotify… Read More

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