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Groove Mobile tunes into Portugal music scene

The company that powers the Sprint Music Store has added another carrier notch to its belt. Groove Mobile, with TMN Portugal, has launched a full-song music download service with licensed tracks

Warner Music, HBO Mobile enter pact

Warner Music Group's Rhino division is expanding its reach into the mobile services arena through a deal with HBO Mobile. Rhino, which focuses on marketing the label's current and back catalog of

Warner Music Group enters mobile gaming biz

Warner Music Group has quietly introduced a mobile game featuring hip hop phenom T.I. The game, T.I. Racing, is live now on the T-Mobile network and will be launch on Verizon Wireless this week.

WMG bring Madonna, catalog to Ruskies

Thought to be the first major western label to strike a deal with a Russian wireless operator, Warner Music Group has licensed its North American music catalog to VimpelCom. The deal includes not

Mobile boosts Warner Music Group revenues

Warner Music Group, arguably one of the most aggressive record labels in terms of mobile music development, posted better-than-expected financial results Thursday due in part to its wireless

More on the InfoSpace d2c portal

As we reported a few days ago, InfoSpace has now officially launched its

Warner Music closes deal with China Unicom

Warner Music Group (WMG) has inked a deal with China Unicom to sell music to the carrier's 130 million users. Warner Music is reportedly in talks with China Mobile as well. WMG's executive VP Alex

Motorola's iRadio nears launch

Reports circling the Internet say Motorola's iRadio is nearly set to launch. The concept for iRadio is a ubiquitous radio experience that uses Bluetooth connectivity to port streaming music

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VeriSign to scoop up m-Qube for $250M

Seems there was some truth to my gossip column two weeks ago: VeriSign has agreed to acquire m-Qube for a cool $250 million "net of cash," or after cash already on hand at m-Qube. m-Qube is a MoCo