YouTube recently launched AirPlay-like video beaming for Google TV and Android devices, but Google plans to take the technology much further. The company is working on an alternative to AirPlay, which it wants to bring to third-party devices and services – a clear shot at Apple.
APPLE has announced that it will delay the release of iTUNES 11 essentially because it’s not ready yet, butCOMPUTERWORLD also reports that the delay could also be a smokescreen to allow iTUNES’s to be revamped along with the debut of APPLE Radio.
Microsoft Corp on Monday announced that Xbox Music, a digital music service to vie with Apple Inc’s iTunes and Amazon.com Inc’s Cloud Player, will be available for its Xbox game consoles on Tuesday.
Apple’s plans for an Internet radio service have hit a snag over the licensing of music controlled by Sony/ATV, which recently became the world’s biggest music publisher.
As a fairly mobile OS agnostic person I have purchased music from several different services in the past and am now on a mission to bring everything together and simplify my mobile music practices. There are several solutions available and the service that is best for you is highly dependent on the mobile device and operating system you use.
This morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the long-awaited iPhone 5. The smartphone boasts a bigger screen, a faster chip and a thinner frame, and it will be available on September 21st.
Another day, another technology-driven way to undo advertising. Forget the fact that advertising is what pays for most of the content we enjoy on TV or radio.
I’m sure most Radio Survivor readers have already heard about the passing of Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple. Jobs will be rightly celebrated for how his company’s products, directed by his unique vision, changed the way most of us make and consume media. This includes radio.