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A leak from Facebook HQ suggests the social network platform is set to launch a music edge to their site called ‘vibes’. A little too late, maybe? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/facebook/8627897/Facebook-to-launch-Vibes-music-service.html...

Amnesia Connect has developed a new ‘gesture based’ interface which allows you to literally flick sites and photos etc between your iPad, iPhone – Blackberry and Android versions are also in development. http://www.fruktcomms.com/amnesia-connect-gesture-based-sharing/...

What is essentially an online version of a silent disco, Turntable.fm has rocketed to success in the US. It’s first month alone has seen the site get over 300,000 users and become worth $37.5million. Legal issues has meant that the service is yet to travel...

TIME magazine here argues that Amazon’s ‘unlimited’ aspect to its Cloud service isn’t quite all its cracked up as its meant to be, especially for those who when forced to use digital formats like to keep theirs high quality. http://techland.time.com/2011/07/08/why-amazons-unlimited-cloud-music-storage-deal-is-partly-bogus/...

Pitchfork and Diacarta have teamed to produce an app for the annual Pitchfork Festival. The app shows you exactly where you are, who’s on where – like a digital version of the traditional guide books. http://walyou.com/pitchfork-iphone-app/...

Google has remade the YouTube interface, which you can opt for or refuse, with a swish grey background and a streamlined  feel. Certainly looks less cluttered than their current set up, after a quick go on it, it seems to be better than the traditional...

In an attempt to reclaim market share Nokia has announced its vision to lead with localised apps for their new N9 Smartphone. This seeks to benefit local newspapers and regional banks – could it also extend to labels and local music scenes? http://www.marketingmagazine.co.uk/news/1078174/Nokia-focuses-local-apps-distinguish-itself-rivals/...

Facebook has angered some developers with their ‘AutoBot’ deleting apps based on negative reviews and what developers are calling ‘flawed metrics’. The news will no doubt come as a sign of relief to Facebook users who feel the site is moving too far from its...

For the first time since the oil spill last year BP has released a new advert. It ties in with the build up to the Olympics next year along with making references to art and culture, solar panels, new forms of energy production, and helping wheelchair...

NME, the UKs music weekly, has launched an extension of its online self with NMEvideo.com – the site is set to showcase music related interviews and music videos. With NME.com such a big name for music related news online it’ll be interesting to see if...