3 min ago
Top 10 technology gifts for the holidays
You've gotten out your checkbook, or more likely, your credit card and are ready to start buying tech gifts for loved ones.
4 hrs ago
2013 in Music
The Atlantic 's Entertainment Channel-editorial fellow Nolan Feeney plus editors Ashley Fetters and Spencer Kornhaber -discusses the songs that made us laugh, cry, rage, and want to hit the gym.
8 hrs ago
Spotify Android, iOS Apps Now Worthy of a 'Whole Lotta Love'
Thanks to a recent update, you can now listen to Spotify music using Android and iOS apps without paying for the premium service.
12 hrs ago
The 5 Worst Toys of 2013
There are a lot of cheap, shoddy, overly commercialized, sexist, violent, and just plain dumb products foisted on our children year after year.
16 hrs ago
Spotify launches free mobile music service
Previously only 'premium' subscribers, who made a monthly payment, could use mobile services from the music service, but a new, advertising-supported service will now offer mobile access to music.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
13 Tablet-Enhancing Toys to Make Your Slate Truly Useful
More than one-third of American adults now own a tablet. There are tablets for the office, tablets for travel, tablets for kids, tablets for your cat.
IPHONE, Around the World in 80 Hours
Armed with an iPhone, fly around the world in 80 hours to see how mobile technology is changing our world today and tomorrow.
5 Big Home Tech Trends from 2013
Here we are in the final few weeks of 2013, so it's about time to look back and see what happened.
Spotify adds Led Zeppelin and free new mobile offering
Spotify has unveiled a new ad-based service for mobile users that will permit those folks to access to Spotify's 20+million song catalog for free.
Spotify brings free music to all devices (with caveats); snags Led Zeppelin
In its quest to entice more users, Spotify is finally bringing its free music service to more devices - though they won't all get the same free content.
By 2018, New Zealand will have 90% smartphone and 78% tablet ownership levels
Nearly two-thirds of New Zealanders aged between 15 and 65 currently own a smartphone, and ownership levels are expected to grow strongly reaching 90% penetration in 2018.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Whimmy 2.0 - The Music app With Your Emotions in Focus
EFDapps is proud to announce the release of Whimmy 2.0 for iPhone. This is the app that links music with emotion.
Want to wake up to music on Pandora? Try the new alarm feature
Announced on the official Pandora blog earlier today, the music streaming company has launched a new feature for iOS devices that allows users to set an alarm in order to wake up to a random song chosen from a pre-selected music station.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Small Business: App creators - Daniel Too
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Top 10 tech gifts for the holidays
We decided to offer an assist with our take on 10 of the gifts people are talking about the most.
Rdio Adds Automatic Playlists of Songs Discovered in Shazam
Shazam users can now connect Rdio and easily play songs they have discovered in app.
Is Spotify about to go free? And would that be a good idea?
Exciting rumours abound as Forbes magazine reports that music-streaming service Spotify could be able to do something amazing, and make it's mobile apps free to access to non-paying customers.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Spotify reportedly adding free, ad-supported listening to mobile apps
In the past, Spotify has limited mobile listening to "Premium" paying members. Free, ad-supported listening was only available on desktop and laptop computers.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
These 3 trends will drive enterprise software development in 2014
It's hard to believe it, but 2013 is on its last legs. The year has been eventful to say the least in the world of enterprise technology.
Apple's tight grip: iPad Mini Retina still not in carrier stores
The newest iPad Mini with Wi-Fi and cellular capability has yet to reach carrier stores in the US, pointing to Apple's tight control of supply.