Life and Style Last.fm users can now stream music from Spotify's catalogue

Last.fm users will now have access to the 20 million songs available on Spotify

The Friday Playlist - Dry the River edition

This week's Spotify playlist is a lovely collection of tunes selected by Dry the River, an alt-country five piece from London who recently took pride of place in our Arts&Books Barometer.

The Friday Playlist - Groove Armada edition

This week's Spotify playlist is compiled by Groove Armada

The Friday Playlist - Citadels edition

This week's Spotify playlist is compiled by Citadels, a London synth-pop trio with a new song out on Pure Groove Records in March

My Secret Life: George Lamb, broadcaster, 30

My parents ... had the foresight to tell me it was a very big world out there. My dad is an actor and my mum was an entrepreneur who had numerous businesses when I was a kid.

Caught in the Net: New respect for an old wave

In the late 1970s and 1980s, a genre of underground electronic music from North America and Europe emerged called "minimal wave".

RadioTuna, RadioTuna.com

Just a little word in your ear about online radio

Tim Walker: 'In the flurry of technical advancement, we've lost our sense of wonder'

The Couch Surfer: 'In 1999 I gave my first webmail account a novelty address that I didn’t shake off until 2004'

That's MySpace! Murdoch site aims to make music work

Less than five years after MySpace was bought by Rupert Murdoch for $580m (£348m), the social networking site will tomorrow attempt to resurrect its status in Britain, enthusiastically aided by such music stars as Kasabian, Chipmunk and Florence & The Machine.

Apple patent suggests ad-supported OS on the way

Apple fans are calling it the cyber equivalent of the holiday time share sales pitch: attend a seminar for a few hours on our wonderful holiday village and we’ll give you a weekend there absolutely free.

Radio 3 Requests, Radio 3<br/>How the Wall Fell, Radio 4

Long live the listener as disc jockey

The Friday Playlist - Black Cab Sessions edition

This week's Spotify playlist is brought to you courtesy of the nice people at Black Cab Sessions, purveyors of the finest musical performances to be found in the back of a black cab anywhere in London.

Single website for all UK radio stations by early next year

A single website which offers users the choice of the entire output of the British radio industry with potentially up to 500 different networks could be available to internet users within months.

Life unplugged vs life at the clicking edge

Technology increasingly rules our lives, but is it a cruel or benevolent master? Here, the novelist David Nicholls and the technology journalist David Rowan describe their very different relationships with telecoms and gadgetry
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