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Have you Protected all your Important Files ?

November 21, 2012 |

Everybody’s got valuable information of some sort that they hold dear. For some, it’s precious memories in pictures, or family videos. To you, it may make perfect sense to plan your taxes and balance your personal finances in an organized manner. Why, some of the music you grew up listening to is fast fading into oblivion. It took forever to find the perfect recipe for Sunday pot roast like grandma used to make. These are just a few examples of your highest priorities for which you rely on your trusty personal computing device as a secure storage option, elevating your PC, laptop, palmtop or smart phone to becoming your prime source of solace. At the end of the day it’s simply because your world – how you live and work, depends on it.

Now, pause for a moment – and imagine how totally devastated you’d be, to find out one day that all your critical … Read More

Now Entering the Internet Radio Ring: The 500 Pound Gorilla Called Apple

October 1, 2012 |

Yes, you heard correctly: Apple is entering the Internet radio game. Companies such as Pandora, Last.fm and iHeartRadio will soon be competing with the company that brought you the iPod and the iTunes store. The deal is still under wraps, since Apple is still negotiating with record companies for music rights, but, according to inside sources, it’s all but a done deal. This should be good news to iPhone and iPad users.

Maybe.

Why Apple is entering a relatively small and crowded Internet radio market doesn’t make a whole lot of sense on the surface, but when you ponder it for a moment, you can almost see a legitimate case for it. Internet radio means you can stream the music you want to hear, and change genres with a swipe. It’s different than having to create a different playlist to suit your mood or desired listening choices. And what if you suddenly have a hankering … Read More

3 Cool iPhone Apps

January 31, 2012 |

Here’s the review of 3 cool iphone apps.

Flipboard

Flipboard, the popular news aggregation app that has long been an iPad-exclusive staple, has finally made the transition over to the iPhone. The question is, does it translate well to the smaller screen size? Yes and no. All of the same features, are there for reading a large selection of content, but the magazine-style layout that Flipboard is famous for is conspicuously absent from the iPhone version. It uses many of the same conventions like large typefaces, pull quotes and nicely-laid-out images and video, but the limited screen space means only 1-3 stores can fit on each page, and you don’t get anywhere near the same variety of layouts.

Regardless of which device you use for accessing Flipboard, it’s easy to spend hours in the app just browsing through all the content. You can add your Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Tumblr and Google Reader accounts (among others), … Read More

Australia Tuning into Anubis.FM: Sonos streaming 2 Million Songs

February 24, 2011 |

Sonos, the leading developer of wireless multi- room music systems for home has announced Anubis.fm as the first on demand music service available on Sonos for the Australian customers. They can now tune into unlimited, on demand, computer free access to more than two million songs all over their homes.One can browse and play anything from Anubis.fm’s catalogue with no computer required. Anubis.fm on Sonos features high quality, full length track streaming from the music catalogues of Sony Music, Universal Music, EMI Music, Warner Music, and key independent labels. It is available as an option in the Sonos Controller Music Menu under More Music menu on any Sonos controller. Anubis.fm on Sonos is a part of the Music on Tap plan and costs AUD$12.99 per month. The good news is that they are offering a free 30-day free trial.

Besides these, Wolfgang’s Vault allows the listeners to tune into thousands of legendary concerts from the … Read More

Transcend Launches Digital Audio Players

February 22, 2011 |

Transcend’s MP330 digital music player has arrived in a dashing pink hued suit adding to its exwmaisting black and white shades.

This compact device has bundled together FLAC, WAV, WMA, WMA-DRM10 and MP3 files. A signal to noise ratio of more than 90dB renders good quality audio output and there are no less than seven equalizer effects to pick from on this player and this surely promises a fine musical experience. The MP3 player also sports  a button interface, and it also features a user- customizable option for playing back songs according to individual music tastes and styles. It also integrates a detachable sport clip and an embedded USB connector for easy transfer of files without having to worry about porting around a USB cable.

The MP330 comes in three capacity variations- 2GB, 4GB and 8GB which are priced at Rs 2,500, Rs 2,599 and Rs 3,415 respectively.

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Sony debuts Music Unlimited in US

February 17, 2011 |

Sony announced debut of  the music streaming device,Music Unlimited in U.S, Australia and New Zealand. The service is available on Sony devices like PlayStation 3, Blu- ray Disc player,personal computers and Bravia televisions. The service will also be offered on Android smart phones using an iOs app to be released soon.

Sony Music Entertainment together with partners Universal Music Group, EMI Music and Warner Music Group Corp plays the lead role in Music Unlimited and offers a song base of over six million. Music Unlimited was earlier available in countries like U.K,Italy and Germany, to name a few.

Music Unlimited will have its basic membership providing an interactive radio experience for $3.99 per month and a premium service for $9.99 per month. The later gives subscribers on-demand access to the library and the ability to manage music through play lists. Sony also  features a  service that will scan the local library and play lists … Read More

Review For the Ringtone Designer Pro

December 8, 2010 |

It’s pretty obvious to most that if you want to put a ringtone on your iPhone, all you have to do is access iTunes to do it. So what if you want to do it right then and there with only your iPhone handy? That is where the Ringtone Designer Pro comes in. The hard part is getting your homemade music actually put on the iPhone itself. Apple has put a bit of a block on what it will allow the application to do so it is at no fault of the developers that there is a problem in this area. It’s a case of not letting anyone put their own music on the iPhone is a straightforward way. It has to look like you basically got the ringtone from a different source. You have to swing it back and forth between computers an upload it through iTunes in order for it to work properly … Read More