When HTC ponied up $300 million for a majority stake in Beats, it's fair to say it signaled its interest in audio. Now, rumors suggest the handset manufacturer is setting its sights on music streaming. More »
Apple has made it official that Beats Music service is shutting down on November 30.Beats Music to Shut Down on November 30, Announces Apple is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
A new update promises Spotify users that they will never miss their favourite bands whenever they’re in town.Spotify Now Recommends Concerts Based on Your Listening Habits is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Apple’s licensing terms with record labels give the company permission to create up to five additional radio stations like Beats 1.Apple Music Licensing Deals Allow Apple to Add Additional Beats Radio Stations at Anytime is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Ian Rogers, Apple Music's senior director has revealed the time for the Beats 1 launch on Tuesday.Beats 1 Launch Set for 9AM PDT on June 30, iOS 8.4 Going Live at 8AM is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
In less than 48 hours, the world, or at least the Apple world, will finally be treated to the company's biggest music push since the iPod and iTunes. Taking to his personal blog, Apple Music senior director and Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers announced that, yes, on Tuesday morning, 30th of June, Apple Music will formally launch as part of an iOS update.
Apple Music users will be able to use the new streaming service with Sonos speakers later this year. Eric Nielsen, a spokesperson for Sonos, told Business Insider that the company is already working with Apple to make Apple Musicavailable on the connected speaker system before the end of 2015, but couldn't give a more specific timeframe for the integration.
Beats co-founder now Apple employee Jimmy Iovine talks Apple Music and more.Jimmy Iovine Reflects on Apple Music’s Strengths And Weaknesses is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
In today’s high-end earphone market everyone tries to have a hook or a gimmick to compete against the perceived king of the hill in headphones and earphones. Pump Audio, a UK company and a fairly new comer to the high-end earphone market, decided to take the market’s front-runner head on by comparing their earphones to earphones made by Beats (now owned by Apple).
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After a decade-plus of using iTunes as my main hub for storing and managing my music, I recently switched to Spotify Premium.My biggest takeaway? Apple will have a hard time convincing me to switch to its new streaming music service next week. Because I don’t want to go back.
There’s been word circulating for a couple months now that Apple and Nikon are working together on some yet-unknown project. Information about it first surfaced back in March, when it was said that Apple had engineers working with Nikon USA on a project at its Cupertino campus.
I love indoor security cameras. I have what I consider a healthy bit of paranoia and love the peace of mind security cameras give me. Prior to my employment with The Gadgeteer I had purchased two Foscams, and early on I was given the chance to review the Oco Cam . Recently, I was given the chance to add to my collection and review the Spy Tec Cirrus i8 indoor security camera.
I didn't mean to ditch my Macbook completely. I just figured thatI'd putthe new operating system through its paces on the Lenovo Yoga 12 laptop-tablet convertible that Microsoft sent me as a test unit. I'd use Windows 10 until something frustrated me so much that I went back to the Mac. I figured it was inevitable.
As Apple Music, Apple 's new streaming audio service, is about to debut tomorrow with the launch of iOS 8.4, Senior VP Eddy Cue has answered a few question on Twitter about existing features will integrate with Music, namely iTunes Match.
Rumour claims Apple is working on new Apple Watch bands with more health sensors.Apple Watch Bands with New Built-In Sensors Possible for 2016, Claims Rumour is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Sometimes carriers mark smartphones up from their standard, manufacturer price. Sometimes this amount of money is negligible - like AT&T's $20 over the standard $499 HTC will charge for the HTC One A9. But Sprint's not feeling like offering the device at HTC's current price - nor the lower price of $399 the device is currently at on promo. Instead, Sprint is charging users $696 for the HTC One A9.