A proof concerning the unannounced Facebook music service named as Vibes had been exposed by a software developer and research.
Jeff Rose wrote on his blog that after the launch of Facebook Video Chat, he inspected the code that the latest feature needs to work. He discovered that it completed reference to features named ‘Peep’ for video naming itself and as well to ‘Vibes.’
He wrote, “I searched around to see what this is all about, and it seems that this is an unannounced feature that has yet to be released. The vibes app connects with a . . . → Read More: Speculations About Facebook Launching Music Service ‘Vibes’
Steve Jobs, Apple chief executive, is getting a break from medical leave on Monday to take the chair over the opening of the annual conference of the company for software developers.
In a break from normal practice of the Apple of mantling its occasions in an air of mystery, the California device-manufacturer this time exposed prior to time what it plans to proclaim at the occasion in San Francisco.
Jobs and more executives will reveal the next generation of Lion, the software that powers Macintosh computer, and iOS 5, the following edition of the . . . → Read More: Apple Gives a Preview of iCloud
The company will reinstate greater part of its services, counting the PlayStation Store, by the last part of the week in the Americas, Europe, and most of Asia.
The exemption will be Qriocity of Sony music service, in any case in the territories Sony has reinstated. Sony as well left its preparations for several of the regions: Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea indeterminate, and said it would give updates as they appear accessible.
The following services will be accessible in the Americas, with the so-named PAL regions, counting Europe: complete functionality on the PlaySation . . . → Read More: Sony Expands its PlayStation Network Services
Apple seems to be getting close to placing both a cloud-music service with the licensing blessing of the main record labels.
In the prior statement, it was said that Warner Music Group and EMI Music has signed on with reports of Apple plans to store customers’ music files on its servers. Bloomberg is reporting that Sony Music has added its name to the play list. The involvement of Sony, which lists Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears, and Foo Fighters among its featured recording artists, would leave merely Universal Music Group as the lone holdout, but sources said that the . . . → Read More: Sony Music Closes Deal with Apple for Cloud-Music Service