Just the other day Google announced Inbox, a new email initiative by Google that aims to revolutionize the way we view our emails and access our messages. So far based on reviews of those who have tried the feature, it seems to be quite a success and a hit amongst users, which is why we can’t say we’re too surprised to learn that there are many who are clamoring for an invite.
Well the good news is that Google has since enabled a feature in Inbox that allows invited users to send an additional 3 invites to their friends or family who might want to check out the service. This is similar to how Gmail started out and how it spread – through the use of invites. This will no doubt curb the scalpers on eBay who are currently selling their invites for an otherwise free service. Read full post →Google Inbox Invitees Now Able To Invite 3 More Friends To The Service
When Apple acquired Beats, many were wondering what will become of Beats Music and iTunes Radio. After all both are sort of competitors as far as digital music is concerned, but will Apple keep one product and eventually phase out the next? Well according to a report from The Wall Street Journal, it seems like Apple could eventually merge Beats Music into iTunes.
The report states that come next year, Apple could integrate Beats Music into iTunes. In some way this isn’t too surprising given that Ian Rogers, the person who helped build Beats Music, is now in charge of iTunes Radio. There have also been talks about Apple possibly doing something new with Beats Music as opposed to killing off the service entirely. Read full post →Beats Music To Be Integrated Into iTunes Next Year [Rumor]