It seems as if Ms Swift may have lost the war in the saga of free music. Many artist states that free streaming is “killing the music industry”. But for the first time ever, the annual revenue from streaming music services like Rdio, Pandora, Spotify and Soundcloud have eclipsed the yearly revenue of hard copy albums.
Articles by Greg Alston
It looks as if Apple has MORE to show us this Summer! One thing that I was really excited for earlier this month when Apple announced their apple Watch was the hope for a new Apple TV. And it looks as if they will deliver my wish in June at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC)!
Are you sick of bulky key rings? Are you ready for a solution that will for sure keep them handy? Well look no further, because the KeySmart Key Organizer is here for you.
Are you a fan of games like Kingdom Rush? Well there’s a new tower defense game on the block that will allow you to not only attack your enemies, but defend your property by the name of AMBUSH!. The game originally popular on the Android Google Play Store is now Available for iOS.
This weeks App of the Week in the Apple App Store is RAC7 Games minimalistic yet creative horror game Dark Echo. The premise of Dark Echo puts the player (or victim rather) in a pitch black hallway. Essentially blind, the only way to move around in this world is to rely on your senses, the key one being hearing.
Today Apple released two Yosemite security updates; one for early 2015 Mac, (the latest Macbook released March 9th) and one for us using Yosemite 10.10.2 or older.
If you are a fan of HTC devices, you’ll be pleased to know the company announced late Wednesday a new program named ironically named Uh Oh Protection for its flagship HTC One M9; it’s an option to carrier insurance.
Have you watched everything Netflix has to offer? Have you binged through all of House of Cards season three, and now you have nothing to watch? Well you know that every month Netflix adds a few dozen new movies to its queue, and in the process they remove some older movies.
Celebrating their Google Play birthday today, Amazon is sharing their joy with everyone by offering an unheard of amount of paid apps for FREE today. We don’t know exactly what time this deal will end, but with over $100 in apps (a total of 34) this is a HUGE free apps sale for some of the more popular Android titles. With popular names like Ruzzle, Easy Tether, Guardians of the Galaxy and Repix, there are PLENTY of Apps for everyone to…
An Apple Store favorite, PDF reader and file management app, GoodReader for iPhone and iPad, received a major update yesterday. Often referred to as “the missing file system for iOS,” GoodReader is also able to organize thousands of files into an easily manageable hierarchy of folders and files.
Have you listened to Kendrick Lamar’s new album “To Pimp A Butterfly” yet? Well it seems as if 9.6 Million other people have!
Google Maps for iOS has been updated today to version 4.4.0 for devices on iOS 7 and above with the usual bug fixes as well as a couple new features that were highly requested in the Popular Navigation app’s ratings comments.
With all of the portable mobile accessories available these days that potentially improve your mobile device, WonderCube, the 8-in-1 cube hopes to make sure you have everything you need, right there on your keyring.
Soon, you will be able to play Trivia Crack anytime you like, even without your iPhone being in your hand. Announced on Wednesday, Etermax S.A, the Argentine creators of the popular gaming app Trivia Crack stated that the latest game craze in the App Store will be available on Apple’s most personal device, the Apple Watch, available April 24th.
Miss the glory days of YouTube? I sympathize with you. One thing that I hate about YouTube is Ads. But not more than I hate ads. If you’ve used the web version or even on a mobile application, you’ve endured both. YouTube announced today they will be getting rid of both, somewhat.
Designed to compete with the likes of Beats By Dre, I will admit, I was skeptic when I saw the AKG Y55 Headphones arrive at my door. As a self-proclaimed audiophile, I’ve been unimpressed with headphones that just attempt to be bass heavy. But I’m glad I took a few days to test these bad boys out.
In a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Apple seems to be in the talks to launch an slimmed-down online television service which would have around 25 channels with some major names like ABC, CBS, and Fox, and heavy hitter cable channels like E!, and Syfy.
Are you thinking about making the switch from Android to possibly getting an iPhone? You may be in luck. Apple is reportedly looking to expand their iPhone trade-in program to include their biggest rival, Androids smartphones.
One thing that the iPhone is never short of is accessories. There are plenty of cases and cords for your device, but what about the most important feature of them all? The Camera? A newcomer to the iPhonography group of gadgets is the ExoLens iPhone 6 Lens Kit.
The is a lesser-known Android smartphone that’s features look so good on paper, it’s surprising that the specs aren’t in all devices. Available for pre-order since February ($549), the phone packs everything you’d probably expect out of a laptop, not a mobile device.
On March 24th, Swedish headphone company UrbanEars will be releasing a new group of accessories for the globetrotter, commuter and audiophile. Being released as kits, all of the products will be perfect for that night flight, or even for when you’re stuck in traffic.