-- EMI Music licensed its catalog to ringtone provider Myxer, becoming the first major label to strike a deal with the company. The deal covers ringtones, full-track songs, ringtones, videos and images available via Myxer's service.

-- Shazam introduced a version of its music recognition service for phones powered by Windows Mobile operating system, available via the Windows Marketplace for Mobile.

-- Tapulous has released the next installment of it's popular mobile music game Tap Tap Revenge with Tap Tap Revenge 3. The new game is a major leap from earlier versions in that users can now purchase new music to add to the game, similar to the downloadable content available on console-based franchises like "Rock Band" or "Guitar Hero." More than 40 tracks bundles are available at launch from such artists as Blink 182, Foo Fighters, and The Killers. Bundles will consist of six tracks for $3, and two-track bundles for 99 cents. And for the first time, Tap Tap Revenge 3 will no longer be a free app, now priced at 99 cents. The company will also make a free track available this week, starting with Fall Out Boy's "Sugar, We're Goin' Down."