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Samsung’s ‘Milk’ Is … Yet Another Online Radio Service

Samsung has launched itself boldly—again—into the crowded and largely unprofitable Internet music market with a new streaming radio service it calls “Milk.” It’s powered by Pandora rival Slacker, features a haptic dial interface and an 8-second pre-caching feature designed to let new songs start instantly, and is only available to users of Samsung Galaxy smartphones and phablets.

See also: Get Ready For The Streaming Music Die-Off

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