The “next big thing” from Apple might not be a smartphone, tablet, computer or a television, as countless recent rumors have suggested. It might not even be a service like a Pandora competitor or a new TV service tied to an Apple set-top box. Instead, Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty believes the next big thing Continue Reading →
Apple is rumored to launch its Internet radio service in early 2013, according to a report on Bloomberg. Bloomberg’s Olga Kharif and Andy Fixmer are reporting that Apple has been in talks with multiple partners to ‘take on’ Pandora. Shares of Pandora tanked on the news, of course. Bloomberg is reporting that Apple and ‘major Continue Reading →
Boxee TV
Boxee, the New York-based start-up that introduced the irregular-shaped Boxee Box for streaming Web video to TV sets, is betting with its new box that users are going to want to DVR a lot of basic TV — that’s right, real TV. The company’s new device — simply called Boxee TV, not Boxee Box 2 Continue Reading →
Xbox Music
Digital music fans have never had more options, but the experience is more fragmented than ever. iTunes rules digital downloads, Spotify is the subscription music leader, and a slew of other services (Rhapsody, Pandora, Rdio, Amazon Cloud Player, Google Music, etc.) fill in the variety of remaining niches. Xbox Music is Microsoft’s latest entry in Continue Reading →
Apple TV
There are coincidences in this world, and it’s important not to read too much into them. Pandora playing the song stuck in your head doesn’t make you psychic. But then there are coincidences you can’t help but think might mean a little bit more. Like, say, three heavy hitter holdouts all hopping on Apple TV Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] According to unnamed sources, Apple is planning the biggest overhaul of iTunes since its debut in 2003.  The changes are expected by the end of the year and are intended to improve ease of access across all Apple devices, by integrating more closely with iCloud.  The new Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Verizon’s New Share Everything plan is now available.  It will allow you to share data across up to ten devices: like smartphones, tablets and netbooks. The monthly cost is made up of two parts: a line charge for each device, and a data charge that everything will Continue Reading →