Vodafone have today annouced it too will be selling the iPhone 3G and the iPhone 3GS from next year in the UK and Ireland. Click here for more info
Wednesday, 30 September 2009
Monday, 28 September 2009
Monday, 21 September 2009
Do you want to receive an email from yourself in the future? Try www.futureme.org to send emails with a delay. Send emails wishing your self happy birthday next year today! You can choose to make your message to your future self private or public. futureme.org has collated 200 of the best futureme.org emails and they have published a book too. This is an interesting, if pointless, website!
Monday, 14 September 2009
Thursday, 10 September 2009
Apple has released the next version of their music library/store software: iTunes. The new version is known as iTunes 9. It has several new features including a redesigned store, an improved interface for syncing iPhones and iPod Touches, Home share and more. There are 30 million iPhones and 20 million iPod Touches and the software for them (iPhone OS) has been updated from 3.0 to 3.1. iPhone OS 3.1 is free to update if you have an iPhone or iPhone OS 3.0 software at the moment. It is available through iTunes 9. To see more information, and to download iTunes 9 for free go to www.apple.com.
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
Spotify is the music revolution many predicted years ago. A huge online library of tracks and free access to listen to them over the internet. Last.fm and other 'custom internet radio' services led the way but Spotify really brings the concept to life through it’s software based experience. You download Spotify and sign up and within minutes you have access to over 6 million songs. Not bad eh? There are adverts (audio and visual) but for a tenner a month you can be ad free. And now Spotify has released an iPhone app and an Android app for use by premium Spotify users. So your ten pounds a months gets you Spotify on the move. You can even download a playlist to listen on the underground or the train where 3G is signal is unreliable. So is it time to change your listening habits? To give up on owning music altogether? Not for me, yet. I like to have my music and will continue to buy it. But I do enjoy finding new music on Spotify. You can ‘try before you buy’ too which is better than iTunes 30 second previews.
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Monday, 7 September 2009
Listen to BBC Radio 1 tonight for Muse Night including live tracks from their homecoming gigs last Friday and Saturday, live tracks from their first Radio 1 live live set and two documentaries! Stay tuned from 7pm tonight with Zane Lowe!
BBC Radio 1 Muse Night
BBC Radio 1 Muse Night