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R.I.P. Flash: Why HTML5 Will Take Over Video and the Web in 2014

Written on
May 9th 2014
Author
Erika Trautman

ADOTAS – Cassette tapes, 8-tracks, and … Flash. All three of these mediums need a player to work, and all three mediums are either dead or dying. Just as CDs replaced tapes as a more efficient means of playing music, and digital files replaced CDs to do the same, HTML5 ... more...

Music Industry in a Tailspin: Will Streaming Music Services Ever Turn a Profit?

Written on
May 13th 2013
Author
Richard L. Tso

ADOTAS – It’s been over a decade since the first iPod emerged on the scene, disrupting the music industry and prompting the inevitable shift towards digital. When it was first introduced, this pocket-sized music player went head-to-head against the now legacy playback formats that previously dominated the recording industry, including ... more...

Amazon’s AutoRip Service: If You Bought a CD, You Can Now Access MP3s

Written on
January 21st 2013
Author
Richard L. Tso

Calling all you audiophiles out there: Amazon has finally launched its new digital music offering called Amazon AutoRip, which provides free MP3 versions of all CDs purchased since back in 1998. This move gives consumers the ability to bypass the manual file ripping process to convert WAVE and AIFF files of ... more...