by Jules Wang | July 14, 2015 9:02 AM
Microsoft ... sit down, please. We need to talk. This won't be long. By the time you finally lay off the 7,800 talented people you promise to, your employee rolls will settle just above 110,000. I know, you'll do just fine: that number's still about 60% better than it was a decade ago. But by that same time, the government of Finland will seek a supplementary budget to specifically patch the gaping hole you, Microsoft, have left in the country's job market. According to the Helsinki Times, you have essentially ripped the lungs out of a dying town. 1,000 researchers and developers will ...
by Adam Z. Lein | May 19, 2015 3:26 PM
We've been using MixRadio on Nokia devices for years. Back in 2013, we called it the best music service ever. It's free, it's got unlimited streaming, no commercials, and offline music mix downloads so that you don't have to use your data connection. It even automatically predicts what kind of music you're going to like (based on whatever you tell it you like and what you appear to enjoy listening to). The problem was that it was only available for Nokia branded phones and tablets, and Nokia's market share had taken a bit of a nose dive. Sure you can get a nice Lumia with free MixRadio ...
by Adam Z. Lein | November 26, 2013 10:56 AM
Back in 2010, Microsoft's Zune Pass was hands-down the most innovative player in the music services industry. Unfortunately nobody really noticed and the service has been losing its limbs one by one over the years. Luckily there's a new kid in town putting some major innovation into the music services market. It's just a coincidence that Microsoft is in the process of buying this company. Last week Nokia launched a new free "MixRadio" app for its Lumia Windows Phones. At first you might think it's a simple rebranding of the previous "Nokia Music" app and in some ways it is, but in other ...
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