It seems that the wallet case is becoming more and more pooular as people want to carry less. Otterbox has released their own wallet case using their popular Commutr series of cases. The case holds your iPhone 5, or iPhone 5s,...Read More
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Kickstarter has brought some innovative and interesting products. One of the projects to come out of Kickstarter is The GEODE by icache. We take a look at the GEODE and see how it works or doesn’t work. The idea is an...Read More
Lala is currently in beta and includes 50 free songs when you sign up for free. The service allows you to listen to music online for free and if you want add it to your library with a higher quality bit rate it is only 10 cents per song. If you then wish to download a 256Kbit DRM free MP3, it costs an additional 79 cents. Lala allows you to download a connector which imports the music you already have purchased on your Mac or PC, so you can listen to it anywhere online.
Apple gave credit where credit is due when it comes to the inventor of the idea for music players like the iPod. Apple used Kane Kramer in a lawsuit when they needed to prove who held the acknowledgment of iPod invention. When Kane Kramer was just 23 years of age in 1979, he created the IXI. The credit card sized device held 3.5 minutes of music on its internal chipset, which is pretty impressive given the technology of the day. Kane did envision that capacity would grow with time and he certainly had it right. He did try and capitalize on the idea, but that fell thru given the timing of the device.