Say this with me: Tech is sexy. Feels a bit weird, right? But hey, I’m not the first to say it — I even felt a bit squeamish when I first heard a friend’s reaction to the form factor of a certain mobile device as such. You see this with car enthusiasts, treating their prized more »
The folks over at DroidLife uploaded a few videos from what appears to be the tail-end of Verizon’s press event yesterday. After announcing a new line of Motorola DROID smartphones, exclusive for Verizon, Motorola had company representatives on sight demonstrating some of the best features of the DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx and DROID Mini.
Music is the most important thing about my phone. I remember first upgrading to a smartphone (iPhone 3) years back and even then the major selling point wasn’t necessarily being connected to the web or using social media, the ability to send and receive emails or watching YouTube; for me, it was iTunes. Of course more »
Aereo is still in the process of rolling out its over-the-air television streaming service in the Atlanta area, but it’s also set its sights on another major city. Aereo will become available in the Chicago area on September 13. Chicago is the fourth city to attract Aereo behind New York City, Boston and Atlanta.
Marvel’s The Avengers is now available to stream on Netflix. With the addition of this movie, Netflix is now a place to view a couple films leading up to The Avengers such as Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger. The first two Iron Man films are no longer available to stream from Netflix. The more »
We’ve spent a decent amount of time talking about gMusic, a third-party Google Music application for iOS. gMusic is known for supporting Google Play Music All Access shortly after Google announced the new feature. Unfortunately, Google changed something with Google Music in late May which caused gMusic to stop authenticating users. After weeks of waiting, more »
Demonstrating the impressive clarity of the company’s proprietary PureView lens, Nokia released the first ever music video filmed solely with their Lumia 925 smartphone. It was uploaded to the company’s YouTube account less than a week ago and has since garnered over 130,000 views and 250-plus comments. It is the official music video for a more »
gMusic is currently the best way to access your Google Music library and the new All Access content on an iOS device. The app costs $1.99 from the Apple App Store, and is stable and functional for the most part. However, gMusic’s glory days could be cut short thanks to Google. Google is going to more »
It seems that Google has once again gotten Apple’s blessing to release one of its applications for iOS. This time Google Music has made it into Apple’s walled garden. Speaking at the D11 conference on Thursday, Google’s senior vice president of Android, Chrome and Apps Sundar Pichai said Google Music for iOS will be available more »
During my daily sifting through of the Google Play Store, the latest featured playlist caught my eye on Thursday morning. Whenever there’s a music or app sale worth mentioning, I try to spread the word. This time around, the lovers are being recognized. With classics albums like Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get it On” and “Rumours” more »
gMusic was updated last week with support for Google Play Music All Access. As one of (if not the only) application in the Apple App Store to support All Access, expectations were high for the update. Unfortunately, constant stuttering and skipping in songs proved to be an issue. I’m happy to say those issues have more »
YouTube added a small feature today for people who prefer to not watch videos in real time. Slomo videos can now be created using YouTube’s editing tools. The slomo option lets you reduce the speed of previously uploaded or new videos by 50%, 25% or 12.5%. It can essentially turn a four second video into more »