Microsoft Corp. is making its Xbox Music service available on Android and iOS devices to compete with Apple Inc.’s iTunes, Spotify Ltd. and Pandora Media Inc. The $9.99-a-month Xbox Music Pass, which provides unlimited, advertising-free streaming, can be used today for the first time on Apple iPhones and devices running Google Inc. Android software, Scott… Continue reading Microsoft’s new song: Xbox Music expands to Android, iOS devices
The last time anybody had heard about Myspace, it was most likely the punch line of some social media joke. But that’s about to change because Myspace has re-launched itself into the social media world… again. Myspace is no longer the awkward social media site that fell by the wayside the minute Facebook took a… Continue reading Are you ready for Myspace 3.0?
Designing a startup logo is as important as an impactful mission statement. It embodies the identity of a company, conveys its purpose and soul. A well-defined logo should be a snapshot of what a startup is all about. From the typeface to the borders and color schemes, it all counts. Whether a startup is beginning… Continue reading Top 5 startup logos
Android is the strongest competitor of Apple iOS and has been giving a toughest time from the day first. Like the Android phones android app store is serving the tech savvy’s in the best possible way. It has been reported that the Android market has grabbed the shares of Apple iTunes. Most of the tech… Continue reading Jazz up your life with top Android paid apps
We were so close. A non-controversial bill, the Video Privacy Protection Act, flew through the Senate and was sent to President Obama last week. The bill itself isn’t important; it allows people using services like Netflix to post the movies that they were watching directly from the service onto Facebook and other social media sites… Continue reading Dear Congress: End warrantless email monitoring immediately
Technology has made it easier for our generation to stay connected to each other in a variety of ways. We can give thanks to the rise of social media which allows us to stay in contact with all of our friends at the click of a button. Spotify is a good example of a company… Continue reading How did you guys meet? On Spotify!
The music industry, while far from perfect, is finally beginning to take baby steps in the right direction. Nowadays, “Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It” is easier than ever before because of the numerous music services that have sprung up recently. But with the competition heating up and changes on the horizon, an important question arises: which… Continue reading The Battle For Online Music Supremacy
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/12435120[/vimeo] Playlistify is one of those unfortunately rare products that does exactly what the name suggests. That’s right, Playlistify “playlistifies” your playlists. As creator Roeland Landegent explains in the video above, Playlistify allows you to take lists of songs from anywhere – iTunes, Winamp, Last.fm, any XML-based songlist and convert it to a playable list… Continue reading Playlistify, Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin
While a specific date has not yet been given, the popular UK-based music streaming service Spotify is threatening a US launch before the end of 2010. No doubt the new Spotify features we reported on last week were partially in preparation for the big reveal. Spotify is a music streaming service that offers over 8… Continue reading The British Are Coming! Spotify to Invade North America With Music Streaming Service
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gng29RIhIl8[/youtube] Spotify has introduced a host of new social networking features and moved to protect itself against rumored future iTunes features. Spotify’s new library feature lets users store music collections on Spotify, simply by importing any MP3 on your drive to the Spotify library. While this doesn’t mean your tracks are uploaded to the service,… Continue reading Spotify Gets Social With Music In The Cloud