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Spotify takes aim at Pandora with free radio service for iOS apps

Spotify is expanding its iOS applications to support free streaming radio, giving U.S. consumers access to unlimited music on the go.

Pandora: 70% of listening hours on mobile devices

NEW ORLEANS--Pandora has surpassed 150 million registered U.S. users, with 100 million of them accessing the streaming music service via smartphone or tablet, the firm's president and CEO Joe Kennedy

Report: YouTube is world's largest source of mobile data traffic

Google (NASDAQ:GOOG)-owned YouTube is the largest source of mobile data traffic across all international markets, accounting for more than 25 percent of total network data in some regions, according

NPD: Music sales up 4% in 2011, fueled by digital downloads

After years of declining music sales fueled by eroding demand for physical media and the maturing digital services segment, total music-track sales across the U.S. increased 4 percent in 2011

Cadillac app store? CUE uses mobile phones for connected driving system

SAN DIEGO--GM's Cadillac announced a new in-vehicle connected driving system that will leverage a driver's mobile phone to provide a range of services, including hands-free calling and streaming

Pandora: Mobile ads now half of total advertising revenue

Digital music service Pandora posted fiscal second-quarter revenues of $67 million, a 117 percent year-over-year increase boosted by advertising revenues of $58.3 million (up 118 percent compared

Pandora IPO generates $234.9M

Shares of Pandora Media opened at $20 Wednesday morning during the digital music service's first day of trading. Pandora priced its initial public offering at $16 and rose as high as $26. As of 9:44

Pandora app shares 'mass quantities' of user data, researcher says

The Pandora streaming music application transmits "mass quantities" of personal information to advertising agencies according to Tyler Shields, senior researcher for app security testing firm

Federal grand jury looking into how mobile apps use personal information

The web-based radio site Pandora said U.S. authorities are looking into how apps on Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android and Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iOS pull personal information and use it. Pandora made

Apple, mobile app providers subject of class action lawsuits over privacy

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and some of its application providers are the subject of class action lawsuits over certain applications' practices of sharing personal information. Apple and the makers of