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  • Glu Mobile Pins Its Hopes On New Taylor Swift Game

    Glu Mobile Pins Its Hopes On New Taylor Swift Game

    Glu Mobile, the mobile gaming company behind recent app store hits like the once-viral “Kim Kardashian” Hollywood,” and who recently took a stake in top trivia game QuizUp, is hoping it has another potential breakout title on its hands thanks to a newly announced deal with pop star, Taylor Swift. According to news unveiled this week, Taylor and Glu will work together over… Read More

  • Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour Film Is Apple Music’s Secret Weapon

    Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour Film Is Apple Music’s Secret Weapon

    That didn’t take long. Just one week after announcing that Taylor Swift would be releasing her 1989 World Tour film on Apple Music, the film is now available exclusively to Apple Music subscribers. And this isn’t just a nice bonus for Apple Music subscribers, if you look at the streaming service, it’s all about Taylor Swift today. Read More

  • Taylor Swift Will Launch A Concert Documentary Exclusively On Apple Music

    Taylor Swift Will Launch A Concert Documentary Exclusively On Apple Music

    After a series of back-and-forths between Apple and Taylor Swift over royalties, a near-break up between the superstar and Apple Music and a final mea culpa between the two, Swift is now planning on releasing a documentary for her 1989 concert tour exclusively on Apple Music. Thank you so much for all the birthday wishes. I have a little surprise for you. #1989WorldTourLIVE… Read More

  • GoFundMe Learns The Taylor Swift Principle

    GoFundMe Learns The Taylor Swift Principle

    Once in a while (a lot, actually), part-time Apple blogger and musician Taylor Swift likes to give to a charitable cause. She likes hanging out with kids who are in the hospital, too. She likes disrupting technology the most. Swift’s most recent disruptive move was a donation made to a little girl named Naomi, who is kicking the crap out of cancer. It was for $50k, to help with some… Read More

  • 11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    This week, Taylor Swift went head to head with Apple, anti-Uber protests took place in France, and Amazon Echo went up for pre-order. These are the stories to catch you up on everything that happened this week in tech. Read More

  • Taylor Swift Confirms 1989 Will Now Be On Apple Music

    Taylor Swift Confirms 1989 Will Now Be On Apple Music

    Taylor Swift has confirmed on Twitter that after Apple decided to pay artists for music streamed during their Apple Music three-month free trial period, she will indeed be offering 1989 (her latest album release) on the streaming service. Read More

  • SwiftGate And The Future Of Music Crunch Network

    SwiftGate And The Future Of Music

    At last the dust is settling around SwiftGate. For those of you who missed (or avoided) the saga, it all began in early November when Taylor Swift pulled all of her music off Spotify. Spotify lightheartedly conceded, but battle lines were drawn in the press as music experts stunned by her move began questioning the company’s future. Read More

  • The Internet Is The Best Thing Ever To Happen To Songwriters

    The Internet Is The Best Thing Ever To Happen To Songwriters

    Ever since, Taylor Swift decided to give Spotify the boot, under the auspices of helping songwriters, there has been a conversation suggesting that there was somehow a golden age for songwriters when they controlled their own destiny –and the Internet killed all that. I’m here to tell you that there was never any such time and if anything, the Internet was the best thing that… Read More

  • Taylor Swift Would Have Made $6M This Year On Spotify (1989 Pulled In $12M In 1st Week)

    Taylor Swift Would Have Made $6M This Year On Spotify (1989 Pulled In $12M In 1st Week)

    Taylor Swift may have thought she’d ended the conversation about her music and its place on streaming services after dismissively calling them a “grand experiment” and pulling tracks from Spotify and other services. But the debate’s not done yet. Spotify is getting another word in. Daniel Ek, the service’s CEO, posted a long response to the controversy… Read More