Facebook is working on a platform that will make it easier to share your music, movie and videogame activity with friends. If you use services like Spotify, you can now publish information like what you’re listening to. Basically, this just means that your news feed will become cluttered with more stuff your friends are doing. Continue Reading →
Stream all the music on earth wirelessly in any room Big Sonos sound in a compact size Control wirelessly with Android smartphone, iPhone, iPad SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – July 20, 2011 – Sonos, Inc., the leading manufacturer of wireless music systems, today introduced the SONOS PLAY:3, the compact, all-in-one Sonos player with wall-to-wall HiFi sound.  Continue Reading →
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Ownership has been one of the pillars of the American dream. Your first car, the house with the picket fence, the bigger car and the bigger house. That pillar is crumbling. There’s the financial crisis, a flood of defaults and foreclosures placing whole states under water. More importantly, there are all these new services that Continue Reading →
Spotify, the largest and fastest growing music service of its kind, is available from today in the US. We’re massively excited to be here. Spotify is a new way to manage your music, discover new tracks and share songs and playlists with your friends. Now you can enjoy music whenever and wherever you like. More Continue Reading →
Streaming music service Spotify officially launched in the U.S. You can currently request an invitation for limited ad-supported streaming or pay for one of the monthly subscription plans. $4.99 a month gives you ad-free unlimited streaming and $9.99 allows you to stream your playlists on mobile devices, even when offline. Read the full article at Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/110715_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Amazon is trying to push a voter initiative in California that would prevent the state from collecting sales tax on Internet purchases. The company fears that California’s new laws to collect Internet retail tax will be adopted by other states. Internet retailers could bring the state around Continue Reading →
Streaming music service, Spotify, announced that it is close to launching in the United States. Spotify allows users to stream a massive library of music on demand, including on mobile devices. Spotify’s recent $1 billion of financing and rumored partnership with Facebook, could push it to the top of available streaming services. Read the full Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/110707_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Facebook recently announced a partnership with Skype that lets you make video calls from within Facebook. Facebook users can now also group chat without setting up an actual group. Video calls only require installing a small Skype app, which can be accessed at the top of any Continue Reading →
If you are having trouble viewing our video player, check out MediaBytes on YouTube. Android and mobile users click here. Comcast is getting ready to launch its On-demand Online service. During the NewTeeVee Live conference, Interactive Media president Amy Banse announced that the service will launch before Hanukkah, which begins December 11th. Banse also stated Continue Reading →