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The former Beatle member launches his latest album with the help of Apple.
Since Apple and The Beatles bury the hatchet in 2007, the Cupertino-based company hasn’t stopped supporting the band and its surviving members. In 2010, Apple added the band’s 13 studio albums to iTunes. Currently, the company is giving its full support for the promotion of Paul McCartney’s latest endeavor. His performance at the Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA on February 9 will be streamed on iTunes.
The album entitled Kisses on the Bottom showcases 16 songs. McCartney’s new album centered on his attempt to revive classics from the “the great American Songbook.” Four out of sixteen songs were his original compositions.
The album will hit stores on February 6 and will be available on iTunes for $9.99.View Article Source »
Verizon and Coinstar announce joint venture that will rival Netflix's streaming service.
Verizon and Redbox’s parent company Coinstar Inc., announced on Monday a tie up that will rival Netflix streaming content service.
The joint venture which aims to combine Redbox’s physical media rental service with streaming and movie downloads is expected to launch in the second half of 2012. Verizon holds the controlling stake with its 65 percent ownership share while Coinstar owns the rest.Read the rest of the article »
'Avatar' iTunes Extras Special Edition offers an in depth, behind the scenes look at one of the highest grossing movie of all time.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Lightstorm Entertainment, the production company behind ‘Avatar’ will be releasing an iTunes-exclusive edition of its smash sci-fi hit.
It includes an interactive behind the scenes feature that offer an in depth, behind the scenes look by allowing viewers to ‘deconstruct’ the movie.Read the rest of the article »
The ebook version of the 1968 animated musical fantasy film 'The Beatles Yellow Submarine' comes to Apple's iBookstore for free
Here’s an early Christmas treat for Beatles fans. Apple has just released an animated ebook version of the 1968 animated musical fantasy film ‘The Beatles Yellow Submarine’ and they’re giving it away for free.
The colorful illustrated ebook that features an animated fab four in their kaleidoscopic and magical adventures will work on iOS devices such as iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch and will be available exclusively in the iBookstore.Read the rest of the article »
The new app for iPhone lets you donate money to a non-profit every time you hit your alarm clock's "snooze".
Have you ever imagined yourself donating money in charities and helping non-profit organizations just by oversleeping? Well, with a new iOS application for iPhone devices, you could make this thing possible.
Recently developed by LetGive, a company that supports mobile technology and charitable donations, the Snooze alarm clock app allows you to give 25 cents of your money to non-profit LetGive networks every time you hit your clock’s “snooze” button. Your extra slumber could also be a huge help for the Business Center For New Americans, an organization that provides financial aid for refugees and immigrants in NY. Aside from that, hitting the “snooze” button also enables you to give enough school supplies for kids through Classwish, and might even support the nation’s artists through Music For Tomorrow.
This app works very simple: You will be asked to set your desired charity program, and then the application will calculate how many times you pushed the “snooze” button. Take note that you will be given two choices every month.
You can download this new alarm clock application at the iTunes Apple Store for FREE.View Article Source »
New tablet computer from Amazon, scheduled for a release in October.
Amazon finally intros its new tablet computer which will be launched in October. The said device will be produced in order to compete with Apple’s iPad, and also to help its own digital content store in marketing their music, movies, and other content.
Entering the tablet market would probably be a hard battle for Amazon, knowing that Apple has been the leader of tablet sales — with 19.5 million worth of devices that were sold since the iPad launching last year.
Though the company had not yet revealed some features of the upcoming tablet, few reports have leaked out that it will be a nine-inch screened tab running on Google’s Android platform. The new Amazon tablet would not feature any camera, unlike the iPad 2, but will be available in a pricing that is much affordable — making it the best choice over other tablets in the market.Read the rest of the article »
Start stumbling on your iPad anytime, anytime with the newest version of Stumble Upon for iPad.
Stumble Upon revamped its iPad app, enabling stumblers to easily share and stumble contents that are entertaining, informative and visually rich. On the updated version of the app, users can let their fingers do the talking. Just swipe to stumble and comment on web pages, as users discover them. Moreover, Stumble Upon on iPad allows users to see what their friends and other stumblers have liked. And as always, stumblers can share content with Faceboook, Twitter or email.
The new Stumple Upon iPad app is now available for download at iTunes. Note that you should download and install the latest version on your device, because it won’t automatically update. So get the new version now, and start stumbling anytime and anywhere!
To see how the newest Stumble Upon for iPad works, see the video after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Hacker group, Anonymous, scrapped Apple's survey site.
Last Sunday, Anonymous performed a minor hack into some of Apple’s servers. The said attack deleted the survey site’s list of admin users and their passwords from a MySQL table.
Pertaining to this issue, the hacking group commented that this attempt was a part of their AntiSec (anti-security) push. Anonymous even claimed that they just made a minor hack, since they have more important targets. They said: “Don’t worry, we are busy elsewhere.”
AntiSec (anti-security) attacks were usually done with a political or economic viewpoint, which the two big hacking groups – Anonymous and retired group LulzSec – claimed as anti-liberty.Read the rest of the article »
At long last! Apple has finally signed the last of the four major record labels - Universal Music - to its iCloud service.
CNet reports that Apple has signed Universal Music to its iCloud service. That said, the Cupertino-based company will now be able to launch its music streaming service for Mac and iOS users ‘soon’.
“The agreement means that Apple now has the rights to offer recording rights from all of the major labels. In addition, Apple has reached agreements with some of the large publishers, the sources said.”
In addition to this, Apple also announced that they will detail the iCloud at their WWDC keynote on June 6, Monday. The company will only store music purchased through iTunes first. However, Apple is planning to include music bought outside iTunes ‘sometime in the future’View Article Source »
Amazon’s incredible deal backfires on them. Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” download price to just 99 cents has slowed the downloads to an extent, even cutting some users off. As a result, users are unable to download the full album.
Amazon offers an incredible deal today by pricing Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” download to just 99 cents. It also comes with an upgrade of 20 gigabytes of cloud music storage, if buyers are already subscribed to Amazon’s cloud music service. The Wall Street Journal states that the deal has slowed the downloads to an extent, even cutting some users off. As a result, most of the reviews are negative because of the inability to download the full album.Read the rest of the article »
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