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  • / Press Release

    Digital River Signs E-Commerce Agreement with Shure

    Launches online store to support U.S. earphone and professional audio accessory sales MINNEAPOLIS, July 24, 2008 - Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), a leading provider of global e-commerce solutions, announced that it signed an e-commerce agreement with Shure Incorporated, a world-leading manufacturer of microphones, earphones and audio electronics. Digital River recently designed and launched a new online store located at www.shure.com to...

    Posted 08/18/2008

    Launches online store to support U.S. earphone and professional audio accessory sales MINNEAPOLIS, July 24, 2008 - Digital River, Inc. (NASDAQ: DRIV), a leading provider of global e-commerce solutions, announced that it signed an e-commerce agreement with Shure Incorporated, a world-leading…
  • In online digital music, Amazon tunes in as Sony’s Connect fades out

    Amazon, with its millions of music customers and strong sales of MP3 players, is the best bet to take on market leader iTunes, an industry analyst says. Sony, meanwhile, is phasing out its Connect digital music service.

    Posted 09/05/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    Amazon, with its millions of music customers and strong sales of MP3 players, is the best bet to take on market leader iTunes, an industry analyst says. Sony, meanwhile, is phasing out its Connect digital music service.
  • / Technology

    Best Buy sounds off with own digital music store

    In direct competition with Apple’s iTunes, Best Buy has launched its own Best Buy Digital Music Store. Powered by RealNetworks’s Rhapsody music service, it offers the options of subscribing to a monthly service or purchasing song tracks individually.

    Posted 10/09/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    In direct competition with Apple’s iTunes, Best Buy has launched its own Best Buy Digital Music Store. Powered by RealNetworks’s Rhapsody music service, it offers the options of subscribing to a monthly service or purchasing song tracks individually.
  • / Technology

    For pet owners’ online listening pleasure, toys make noise

    Using MP3 technology, Drs. Foster & Smith has launched a section of its web site featuring the sounds pet toys make. Clicking on a Listen link launches a Windows media player on the user’s computer, which reproduces the sound.

    Posted 08/29/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Using MP3 technology, Drs. Foster & Smith has launched a section of its web site featuring the sounds pet toys make. Clicking on a Listen link launches a Windows media player on the user’s computer, which reproduces the sound.
  • / Technology

    Online pure-play CD Baby gets a multi-channel strategy

    CD Baby, which markets CDs produced by independent artists, has signed a deal with Super D, a worldwide music wholesaler, to distribute CD Baby’s 160,000 titles to retailers worldwide.

    Posted 04/13/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    CD Baby, which markets CDs produced by independent artists, has signed a deal with Super D, a worldwide music wholesaler, to distribute CD Baby’s 160,000 titles to retailers worldwide.
  • CD Universe hears the sales call for audio books

    CDUniverse.com adds a new line of merchandise to its online inventory of more than 500,000 SKUs: audio books.

    Posted 08/10/2005Mark BrohanPost a comment

    CDUniverse.com adds a new line of merchandise to its online inventory of more than 500,000 SKUs: audio books.
  • / Technology

    Hot popularity of MP3 players will drive up digital music sales

    Continuing to ride the momentum of Apple’s iPod, shipments of MP3 players will grow 35% this year to 18.2 million, pushing demand for digital music, Jupiter Research reported today.

    Posted 04/13/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Continuing to ride the momentum of Apple’s iPod, shipments of MP3 players will grow 35% this year to 18.2 million, pushing demand for digital music, Jupiter Research reported today.
  • / Press Release

    Dolby Laboratories Eliminates Customer Service Static with

    Audio Technology Leader Cuts Costs by Automatically Answering Questions Online and Redirecting Consumers to Appropriate Dealers and Manufacturers BOZEMAN, MT (December 17, 2002) - RightNow Technologies, a leading global provider of eService solutions expertise, today announced sound technology pioneer Dolby Laboratories has implemented RightNow eService Center to reduce its technical support costs while improving relationships with its customers...

    Posted 12/20/2002

    Audio Technology Leader Cuts Costs by Automatically Answering Questions Online and Redirecting Consumers to Appropriate Dealers and Manufacturers BOZEMAN, MT (December 17, 2002) - RightNow Technologies, a leading global provider of eService solutions expertise, today announced sound technology…

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