Forbes  Oct 20  Comment 
Tarantino's tale of founding music's most disruptive service since Napster, losing it all--and his cofounder--before launching another company, all before age 30, is as inspiring as it is devastating.
TechCrunch  Oct 8  Comment 
 Since the 1999 launch of Napster’s music-sharing platform, the music industry has been in near-constant turmoil, with dipping revenues, lack of transparency, piracy problems and feuds over the fair distribution of dividends. The blockchain has...
TechCrunch  Aug 13  Comment 
 In the year 2000, the music business was still strong. Record companies produced albums and shipped these physical objects to the stores that sold them. The internet was slowly becoming a system of mass consumption and distribution, but the...
New York Times  Aug 12  Comment 
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Forbes  Jun 24  Comment 
Is it good to take naps during the day? This question was originally answered on Quora by Linh Nguyen.
FierceBiotech  Jun 22  Comment 
Facebook, Napster billionaire Parker to fund first-ever CRISPR trial badams Wed, 06/22/2016 - 03:26
MarketWatch  Jun 16  Comment 
Music streaming service Rhapsody International Inc. will rebrand as Napster, donning the name of a peer-to-peer music-sharing service best known for its court battles and shutdown.
Benzinga  Jun 15  Comment 
Napster is back... sort of. The infamous peer-to-peer file sharing service was all the rage in the late 1990s. However, the company was riddled with legal battles and forced to shut down in 2001. The company went on to transition itself as a...  Jun 15  Comment 
The Napster name is coming back from the grave. Sponsored: Drivers Feel Stupid For Not Knowing This New Rule Do NOT pay your next car insurance bill until you try this.  Jun 9  Comment 
Music companies want to work with tech startups, not sue or squeeze them for all they’re worth. But will they still be left in the hands of big guns such as Apple and Google? The music industry and technology? To borrow Facebook’s lingo, the...


Napster, Inc. (NAPS), formerly Roxio, Inc., is a leading provider of digital music. The company was incorporated in August 2000 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Adaptec and was spun off as a separate entity in May 2001. After acquiring Pressplay online music service in May 2003, the company updated its service with value-added features and launched it as a paid service under the Napster brand name. The subscription service enables fans to freely sample the world's largest and most diverse online collection of music and experience the largest number of features. This service allows users to legally play, download, and burn (copy) online digital music legally.


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