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Gadgetwise Blog: Dr. Dre Prescribes a Pill for Your Ears

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Beats by Dre has already expanded its territory from bass-heavy headphones to audio software for mobile phones. Now it's offering a portable sound bar that can play music sent over Bluetooth....
Gadgetwise Blog: Dr. Dre Prescribes a Pill for Your Ears

Apple acquires Italian audio software company Redmatica?

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According to reports coming from Italian blog Fanpage (via TechCrunch), Apple just bought Italian startup Redmatica, a company that creates software to enhance the capabilities of popular audio sampler software such as the EXS24 used in Apple’s Logic Pro recording suite. The proof apparently comes via documents from local regulator...
Apple acquires Italian audio software company Redmatica?

How Do You Play a 19th-Century Record?

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Curators and scientists worked together to recover the audio recorded on Alexander Graham Bell's earliest records, recorded at his Volta Laboratory in Washington, D.C. Carlene Stephens, a curator of the National Museum of American History, sought out scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, who had figured...
How Do You Play a 19th-Century Record?

HTC announces Windows Phone 8X and 8S, coming in November

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With Microsoft's blessing, HTC has announced the Windows Phone 8X and Windows Phone 8S, two new smartphones coming in November. Of the pair, HTC's Windows Phone 8X is the flagship. It has a 4.3-inch, 720p display, a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, 1 GB of RAM and 16...
HTC announces Windows Phone 8X and 8S, coming in November

Radio Shack to act as a Cricket Wireless MVNO, offer the HTC One V prepaid

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It appears that Radio Shack is going to become a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) for Cricket in the US including its Muve music service.  Our tipster, Kyle T just sent us in some information on the HTC One V which will be carried as a pre-paid phone at...
Radio Shack to act as a Cricket Wireless MVNO, offer the HTC One V prepaid
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Review: MediaTools Wipe 1.1 erases data on up to 18 drives simultaneously

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MediaTools Wipe 1.1's interface mimics a server hardware rack--a rather cool, intuitive, and impressive look that's most often used in audio software. The interface is also paned, so you can hide portions you're not using. It's an interface that makes you want to buy the program. Given the existence...
Review: MediaTools Wipe 1.1 erases data on up to 18 drives simultaneously

Android port for Raspberry Pi spotted, nears release

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A port of Android 4.0 for the Raspberry Pi is getting closer to release. An update from the Raspberry Pi blog shows a video demonstrating the most recent Ice Cream Sandwich build running on the credit card-sized computer, as development nears completion. The stumbling block delaying the release centers around...
Android port for Raspberry Pi spotted, nears release

Raspberry Pi gets Ice Cream Sandwich up and running, sounds delicious

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Work on Raspberry Pi just doesn't stop, and the latest news from the programming box's official blog is that its already got Google's (second) newest Android iteration running on the tinker toy. While this early version is reportedly working smoothly, with hardware-accelerated graphics already in place, a developer is...
Raspberry Pi gets Ice Cream Sandwich up and running, sounds delicious

Apple picks up Redmatica for audio push, maybe

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Apple appears to have acquired Italy-based audio software company Redmatica, a deal that is likely to bolster Apple's pro audio efforts. [Read more]...
Apple picks up Redmatica for audio push, maybe

Sony Xperia range does well to avoid Nokia's Lumia feature trap

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The launch of the new distinctly middling Xperia M smartphone reaffirmed one thing in my mind: the mid-range is where the battle for smartphone market share really matters for most mobile makers. The device is the newest addition to the Xperia range and features a 1GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor,  5-megapixel...
Sony Xperia range does well to avoid Nokia's Lumia feature trap

Ableton pushes 64-bit Live 8 upgrade beta release

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Venerable audio software producer Ableton has unveiled beta releaseversion 8.4 for Ableton Live 8. The new release features native 64-bit support, allowing for the use of more than 4GB of RAM with the application. The beta release is available now, and the full release will be available later for free...
Ableton pushes 64-bit Live 8 upgrade beta release

Review: AlbumPlayer really lets the music play

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AlbumPlayer is not trying to be everything to everyone. Instead, this audio software focuses its attention solely on music playback, on being jukebox software for music aficionados, and it succeeds. Its tabs let you switch between viewing all of your music, to sorting by artist, genre, composer, moods, and...
Review: AlbumPlayer really lets the music play
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How to Use Spotify for Karaoke

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Technology has forever altered just about every facet of music. From how we learn and compose music to how it's recorded, distributed and consumed, everything is different now. The shifts in consumption go way beyond solitary listening through white earbuds, entering far more social settings. Earlier this month, we...
How to Use Spotify for Karaoke
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