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The Top 7 Android Music Apps for Apple AirPlay

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Apple's AirPlay gives people the pleasure of watching movies, looking at photos, and of course listening to music wirelessly, zapping the content from their iPhones, iPod Touches, or iPads to their televisions and home speaker systems with a variety of popular iOS music apps. More »...
The Top 7 Android Music Apps for Apple AirPlay
Dragon Drive puts a Siri-like assistant in your car

Why You Should Test Your App On Drunk People

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Remember Bump, the contact-sharing app? It's changed a lot--largely due to testing conducted at bars. This round's on founder Dave Lieb. Not long ago, Dave Lieb was sitting in his office, watching a man test Lieb's contact-sharing app, Bump. Lieb had put out an ad on Craigslist, and people...
Why You Should Test Your App On Drunk People

Snag Last-Minute Concert Tickets With The New Thrillcall iOS App

techcrunch.com
We all love music. I mean, when’s the last time you heard someone say they didn’t like listening to music? But for some of us, plugging in some ear buds and cranking a jam or two on the iPod just doesn’t cut it. If that sounds like you, please allow...
Snag Last-Minute Concert Tickets With The New Thrillcall iOS App

Gaming trails video viewing, music listening on Xbox Live

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Microsoft says that the typical household spends 84 hours a month using Xbox Live, and over half of that time is spent watching videos and listening to music. [Read more]...
Gaming trails video viewing, music listening on Xbox Live

Director accepts HTC One challenge, shoots 4-minute film with smartphone [Videos]

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Last spring, as part of this year’s 24 Hour Film Race presented by HTC One, Director Frank Hannah shot a four-minute film with the manufacturer’s popular smartphone. The challenge went from May 18 to May 19, where over 750 teams around the world were given the following criteria: create...
Director accepts HTC One challenge, shoots 4-minute film with smartphone [Videos]

Soundrop’s addictive, Spotify-powered social listening app comes to iOS

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Social listening may have lost some of the hype it had as a concept back when Turntable.fm first caught our imaginations last summer, but listening to music with like-minded strangers via an app is still an appealing idea, and Soundrop is one of the leaders in bringing it to the masses....
Soundrop’s addictive, Spotify-powered social listening app comes to iOS

Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

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Topping this week's "most insightful comments" list (by a large margin of votes, too) was an Anonymous Coward, responding to one of our usual critics making the bizarre claim that commenters who agree with Techdirt are really Google "shills." The AC took exception to that ridiculous claim: Why do you...
Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt
Teens flock to YouTube for music consumption over iTunes and other mediums

The new power brand in music. (Hint: It's not Apple or Spotify)

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With so many different channels for discovering and listening to music and, with massive generational shifts under way, it's impossible to tell what the music business will look like even in the short-term. FORTUNE -- Nielsen's "Music360" survey of consumers shows an industry in chaos, with no clear idea of...
The new power brand in music. (Hint: It's not Apple or Spotify)

listening to Music for Controllers I by Paul Bailey - http://www.thesixtyone.com/s/yCEOprD3fsH/

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listening to Music for Controllers I by Paul Bailey - http://www.thesixtyone.com/s/yCEOprD3fsH/
Apple redesigns the iPod touch with 4-inch display, upgraded cameras

Why A Site You've Never Heard Of, SoundCloud, Has 180 Million Users

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Song-sharing site Soundcloud announced at Le Web Paris that it now has 180 million users a month. Soundcloud co-founder Alex Ljung said on stage at Le Web that users upload more than 10 hours of music every minute. That's probably because Soundcloud serves as a great platform for independent artists...
Why A Site You've Never Heard Of, SoundCloud, Has 180 Million Users
Apple's new iPhone 5 ad 'Music Every Day' celebrates life with moving melody

Man creates "invisible headphones" by implanting magnets into his ears

arstechnica.com
A man has implanted magnets into his ears to use as invisible headphones in a remarkable example of DIY transhumanism. Rich Lee, a self-described transhumanist and body modification fan (or "grinder"), was inspired by a similar idea posted on the Instructables site that featured two small in-ear magnets stimulated with...
Man creates "invisible headphones" by implanting magnets into his ears
Rdio launches revamped iOS app with some bite

Why buy an iPhone 5? Because you're caught in Apple's world | Benjamin Cohen

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The iPhone 5 is far from revolutionary, but millions of people have realised they're now committed to Apple's ecosystemA few days after I left my job as the technology correspondent for Channel 4 News, I spent time advising a major mobile phone manufacturer. The collection of marketing executives I sat...
Why buy an iPhone 5? Because you're caught in Apple's world | Benjamin Cohen

TuneCore: iTunes Match created a whole new revenue stream for artists

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While the music world has shown some skepticism towards streaming services such as Spotify, Apple’s iTunes Match may be getting a much warmer reception, Ars Technica reports. So how is Apple’s cloud-based service any different from its competitors and why does it please musicians? The independent music distribution service TuneCore summarized it...
TuneCore: iTunes Match created a whole new revenue stream for artists

Copyright Dispute Means Germans Can't See All Those Russian Meteor Videos

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You might have heard about last week's Russian meteor strike. The news, which broke quickly and was so odd that many initially suspected a hoax or even a viral marketing campaign, was rapidly realized as legitimate. Part of what helped the news spread so quickly was a ton of videos...
Copyright Dispute Means Germans Can't See All Those Russian Meteor Videos
Students design 'Skube', a Spotify-powered music box -- but will it be produced?
Ars Technicast, Episode 6-Music to our ears
For And Against The iPad Mini

Facebook: More than 400 billion Open Graph actions have now been shared

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Today ahead of its event at SXSW, Facebook’s platform team has shared a number of new stats, including that more than 400 billion Open Graph actions have been shared “back to Facebook” as of this month. This 400 billion figure is a somewhat unusual metric, given how vague it really is....
Facebook: More than 400 billion Open Graph actions have now been shared
Rdio for iOS gets easier navigation via fresh design, long press music handling, and collection badges
Beats Pill: A tiny speaker with big problems (review)

Gadgetwise Blog: Sustainable Living in Your Headphones

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The new collection of headphones from the House of Marley incorporates materials like canvas and bamboo fiber over a frame of aluminum and steel so you can feel better about yourself while listening to music....
Gadgetwise Blog: Sustainable Living in Your Headphones

iHeartRadio launches its Google TV app to let you rock out to music on your big screen

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If you’re a Google TV owner and user, you know that the team is doing some pretty cool things when it comes to turning your big screen into a more interactive multimedia experience. The few times that I’ve had a chance to play with it, I’ve been pretty impressed. If...
iHeartRadio launches its Google TV app to let you rock out to music on your big screen
Spotify For Android Gets NFC Sharing For Ice Cream Sandwich And Better Offline Mode
Holiday Gift Guide: audio and speakers
Teens favor YouTube for music consumption over iTunes and other mediums
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