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ION WATER ROCKER lets you bring your music to the pool

07/19/2011, There are so many external speaker solutions available on the market at the moment to let you blast pump up the volume of your iPod when you’re listening to music, but how many of them actually let you listen to music while you’re chilling out...

hipDisk is one weird musical instrument

07/19/2011, You know just how some musical instruments look a whole lot weirder than the rest? Well, surely none of them can beat the hipDisk – and I am not quite sure whether it will live up to its verb of being ‘hip’, but it definitely goes down...

UltraViolet is a cloud system for movies

07/19/2011, Music and movie piracy have been running rampant for the past decade or so, and despite various attempts by record labels and movie studios to put a stop to them, nothing has really caught on just yet. That may change with Apple’s iTunes for the cloud...

BookLamp introduces the “Pandora.com for books”

07/19/2011, Music lovers should be familiar with Pandora’s music service, which works by recommending songs to the listener based on what the user has listened to in the past, and users will be able to help refine the recommendations by providing positive or...

RIM to launch BBM Music social platform?

07/15/2011, After the outlandish news of RIM rumored to create a media box we reported this week, it looks like RIM has more plans up its sleeve to diversify BlackBerry. According to the folks at BlackBerry Sync, who received a tip from their own sources, RIM is...

Google Music store hinted in revamped Android Market?

07/15/2011, We all know that the Android Market was recently given a facelift, but apart from being easier to use and nicer to look at, what other new stuff are there, waiting to be uncovered by cyber-sleuths? Perhaps – as there were images for section headers...

Spotify launches in the US later today

07/14/2011, After months of negotiations and plenty of rumors – Spotify is finally ready to make its debut in the United States of America. The company has announced yesterday that the service will launch its popular music streaming service on this side of the...

Imogen Heap shows off her high-tech gloves that can create music

07/13/2011, If you thought that the shimmery gloves that Michael Jackson wore was pretty cool, perhaps you should take a look at what Imogen Heap is wearing these days. At the TED Global Stage in Edinburgh, Scotland a couple of days ago, Imogen Heap not only...

Spotify to launch in the US as an invite-only service this week?

07/11/2011, After what seemed like an eternity, the talks about Spotify arriving stateside are about to come true. According to the latest reports online, it looks like the music streaming service that’s popular on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean will be...

Icelandic pop star’s dress is made out of QR codes

07/05/2011, Iceland has a pop star, Kali, who like Lady Gaga, is known for her outrageous costumes, so instead of dressing up in dress that has been made out of meat, she has instead decided to put on a dress that is not only less of an eye-sore, but is also composed...

Sony Introduces New G Series Micro Hi-Fi In Europe

06/29/2011, If you’re a fan of Sony’s audio products, then perhaps Sony’s latest offering of the G series micro Hi-Fi’s will be something that you might be interested in. The two new models that Sony will be introducing in Europe are...