The iOS version of music identification app Shazam was updated Monday with a new 'Pulse' music discovery feature, revamped tab bar with notifications, and various other improvements.
Shazam, which last claimed to have successfully predicted Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” would be the summer’s number one hit, is at it again and calling for Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.” Are they onto something or just … lucky?
If you're already thinking about what music you'll be listening to as you spend your summer evenings laying in the sun, Shazam has already released a list of ten songs it thinks will dominate the season.
Shazam has rebuilt its Windows Phone app to better support Windows Phone 8, and has added integration with both Xbox Music and Nokia Music, plus tagging from a Live Tile on the home screen,
SXSW is part interactive, part film, and a whole lotta music. Here are some of the tracks we've Shazam-ed during the festival so you can formulate a playlist hip enough for Austin.
Rhapsody unveiled SongMatch, its first standalone mobile app that competes directly with Shazam but offers music playbacks.
Shazam announced its foray into providing auxiliary content to enhance your television viewing experience in over 160 channels.
At Portland Digital eXperience, new-wave music products Spotify and Shazam defend their services against an aging industry.
Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" is more than just an amazingly successful earworm: It's also broken Shazam's tagging record, having become the first song to be tagged on the musical service more than 10 million times.
The British cell phone maker INQ has announced it will collaborate with Spotify on a new music-centric phone.
Shazam, a music identifying service for smartphones, is adding support for Spotify, a music download site.