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88tc88 are helping musicians distribute their music into China, both digitally and physically, as the country opens out to more consumerism, the music and media markets should be keeping a close eye on the worlds biggest potential consumer base. hypebot.com...

Maybe not in a monetary sense, but with 1.5 billion tracks already shared in the past two months since its upscale integration with Spotify it seems the site has some social steam left. musicweek.com...

HTC is launching its new mammoth Windows Phone – and it comes with a 4.7″ screen. It has been developed for multi-media usage such as gaming and video viewing. mashable.com...

Amazong have bought up Yap, a voice recognition system first set up back in ’07 – many are speculating this to be Amazon taking on Apple’s new Siri service on the iPhone 4s. allthingsd.com...

Sony, after a recent purchasing of a few smaller surprise labels, are eyeing up Big Machine Group, who own Taylor Swift, to try and branch out to the US country market. musicweek.com...

Gene Simmons will be giving London Business School MBA students a lecture tomorrow on how to create a multi-billion dollar ‘brand’ out of anything, after his experiences of turning Kiss into a Leviathan business. independent.co.uk...

Linking to concerts is upping revenue to live shows, it has been announced. For every concert link shared over the social networking platform an extra $2 is gained by the ticketing services, it has been revealed after some research. digitalmusicnews.com...

The Fortune 500, America’s top 500 companies, aren’t upping the ante with their social networking skills. We may have reached saturation point with the numbers of online usage to connect with consumers staying stagnant for the past two year – and that’d not even all...

John Lewis’ new ‘giving’ Christmas ad will launch online (via Facebook and YouTube) before its TV screening in the X Factor break this Saturday. brandrepublic.com...