Another week has passed and this time around that meant some new apps, some updated apps, some competition for Google Glass from Vuzix with the M100 and even a bit more about Motorola. The Motorola news was in regards to the troublesome Moto X Cyber Sale. As those who were watching saw, the sale day came and went.
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It looks like the Pebble team has begun pushing some apps. An email blast was sent out earlier this morning highlighting a few Pebble apps.
Spotify may be one of the world's leading music subscription services, but currently only offers a free, ad-supported model to folks listening along on the desktop. According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal , that might be about to change: Spotify AB is planning a free, ad-supported version of its streaming-music service on mobile devices, according to people familiar with the matter, after previously making mobile users pay a monthly fee.
Google seems to be doing a good job at keeping Glass in the news. And while Google has yet to offer much in terms of when Glass will be available for the general public, they do seem to be inching closer towards that time
In an attempt to adapt to the current trends of mobile Internet usage, Spotify is said to be on the verge of unveiling a free version of its music streaming service, with ads, of course. The details, however, might make the heads of users spin and might actually tarnish Spotify’s reputation. Offering a free streaming is no easy business, especially when one wants to stay on the good side of labels and record companies
Wearables seem to be a growing trend lately.
Action Launcher 2.0 exited the beta phase yesterday evening. Version 2.0 had been in beta for sometime, but despite regularly using Action Launcher, we held off on installing the beta release. Well, after spending some time with v2.0 last evening and this morning — we are now wishing we would have updated sooner.
Good news, Google Play Music fans! You can now download content to an SD card via your mobile device. If you’ve got limited native storage, but a lot of memory via an SD card, you can now keep your music there rather than take up precious space on your device. With this update, Google is making an interesting concession
There has been plenty of talk about a streaming music service from Beats , and well, it looks like the teaser page has gone live this morning.