Amazon launches a much-anticipated digital music locker service that could make users store their music on the Web and listen to them on computers with a Web browser or Android devices.
Amazon Cloud Drive lets users upload digital music file at their original bit rate in either AAC or MP3 format to Amazon servers for storage and playback.
Vice President Bill Carr of Movies and Music at Amazon.com said, “Our customers have told us they don’t want to download music to their work computers or phones because they find it hard to move music . . . → Read More: Amazon Digital Music Locker
A day that marks where the Apple iPad 2 opened has observed millions of people in the UK seeming to obtain their hands on this newest should have device is Friday March 25, 2011. The first Apple iPad was excitedly projected and when it started on previous year it surely didn’t dissatisfy, and neither has its descendant with queues being shaped up to 48 hours prior to the 5pm release.
The open cost for the iPad 2 is put at about £399 at several stores and with pioneering features such as: 1. The smooth design 2.Improved ergonomics . . . → Read More: SellMyMobile.com Offers iPad 2 for Free!
James Cameron, a Hollywood director who is assisting to construct in two high-resolution 3-D cameras for next Mars rover of NASA have been abandoned by the agency of the space.
Work on the gadgets was stopped since there wasn’t sufficient time to carefully test them before launch, NASA said.
The Oscar-winning director, James Cameron of 3-D blockbuster Avatar, previous year accessed Nasa to renew a preparation to provide rover inquisitiveness a enhanced put of eyes and worked with engineers to construct them.
However John Grotzinger, project scientist said present camera of Curiosity . . . → Read More: 3D Cameras for Mars Expedition from James Cameron
Latest 3DS from Nintendo will be released next week, and that’s quite a big upgrade in the current model, not only because of the glasses-free 3D display but its impressive processor.
Each 3DS console is worth $249.99 in the United States. Yet we wonder how much the pure profit of the asking price is. The Eurogamer with a “preliminary” estimate was given by UBM TechInsights, and determined how much money is needed to build a Nintendo 3DS.
Each 3DS only costs Nintendo $101 to make. Yet it isn’t that simple of course. There may be a profit of . . . → Read More: Nintendo Gets $149-Profit for Every Nintendo 3DS Unit
Eastman Kodak finally triumphed over Apple and BlackBerry maker Research In Motion in the last round for the patent dispute, which could actually generate more than $1 billion in latest licensing proceeds for the Rochester, N.Y. camera company.
Right after the U.S. International Trade Commission said they will review a judge’s opinion from January against Kodak, the camera company’s stock increased to 22%, $4.11. The earlier decision said Kodak’s patent for previewing digital images had not been violated by Apple’s iPhone and RIM’s BlackBerry.
Yet this is a big thing for the 131-year-old camera . . . → Read More: Kodak Wins Patent War Over Apple and RIM
Very few people nowadays are ignorant when it comes to Facebook. Almost everyone you know has signed up for an account in the site. A latest survey by Edison Research showed that 51% of the Americans aged 12 years and up have profiles in the site.
A full report of the results will be released by Edison Research in a webinar on April 5. This study, which started since 2008, is Edison’s 19th study on digital media-related topics. Three years ago, Facebook was used by only eight percent of the Americans aged 12 and up.
. . . → Read More: Study Discovers That More Than Half of the Americans Have Facebook Profile