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T-Mobile UnCarrier 5 Promises Music Freedom, Free iPhone 5s Trial

June 19, 2014 |

Tech companies both large and small are making a streaming music play. Amazon Prime Music and Apple’s Beats acquihire, of course, come to mind. However, Music Freedom could shake things up.

However, while Bezos schilled the Fire Phone, T-Mobile’s … Read More

Amazon Fire Phone: Firefly Wants to Scan Your World

June 18, 2014 |

Amazon has officially entered the smartphone sweepstakes. Everything store CEO Jeff Bezos has introduced the world to Fire Phone, which is mostly “me too” but has some interesting Amazon only features that could help set it apart.

And, Amazon … Read More

Amazon Launches Prime Music, Joins Streaming Scrum

June 12, 2014 |

Need another reason to pay $99 a year for an Amazon Prime account? Then Amazon’s new Prime Music could be just the thing. With more than 1,000,000 songs from over 10,000 albums, this isn’t serious Spotify let alone iTunes … Read More

Nexus 6 Pics, Specs, Price and Ship Date

June 11, 2014 |

Roy Batty this ain’t. Nevertheless, here comes the Google Nexus 6 and it’s got über thin bezels, won’t quite make it to 6 inches and will run key lime milkshake or whatever the next micro Android update gets called. … Read More

iWatch + iOS 8 Coming in October

June 6, 2014 |

News flash! Unnamed sources (AKA, ‘people familiar with’) are saying that Apple will introduce and ship an unannounced and unacknowledged iWatch in October! If there is going to be an Apple wearable this year, October is a fairly safe … Read More

Find Glassholes, Cut Off their WiFi

June 3, 2014 |

“Google Glass not welcome.” While the words are easy to say, actually enforcing the intent can be difficult, to say the least. However, a Kiwi born artist living Berlin has created a way to discover Glassholes and then cut … Read More

Windows XP Forever! Hack Allows Continued Updates!

May 31, 2014 |

You’d think the smell alone would put people off, alas not. Microsoft has been killing Windows XP for years and years. For reasons indecipherable by living, thinking minds, Redmond’s zombie wranglers just won’t put Windows XP down, send it … Read More

OS X 10.10: We Have a Face and a Name

May 31, 2014 | 1

Are you sick and frickin’ tired of Apple + Beats + give me a freakin’ break? Tapscape, too. However, Apple won’t be cutting us any slack for the next “X” weeks. And, by “X”, we are referencing OS X … Read More

10Gbps 802.11ax Ultra Wifi Coming ‘Soon’

May 30, 2014 |

In the 15 years since Steve Jobs publicly demo’d the first wifi capable MacBook (video below), the standard has gone from a plodding 1.5Mbps (802.11a) to today’s spunky 1Gbps (802.11ac). However, as with everything technological, wifi isn’t sitting still … Read More

Think Beats, Iovine, Dre Excite? Apple’s WWDC 2014 Beckons

May 30, 2014 |

Say what you like about how Tim Cook’s Apple is different from how Steve Jobs Apple. Nevertheless, Tim Cook’s Apple has sucked all of the oxygen out of the news cycle for a month or more. And, the Beats … Read More

Apple Buys Beats Music, Electronics for $3 Billion

May 28, 2014 |

The doubters have now been silenced. Apple has agreed to buy Beats Music (streaming) and Beats Electronics (headphones) for a total of $3 billion with $2.6 billion payable upfront and $400 million due when certain (unnamed) conditions are met. … Read More

Apple Smart Home Coming at WWDC 2014

May 27, 2014 |

Is the world finally ready for the home of the future? Not until Apple builds it. That said, current rumors posit that the Apple smart home is coming at WWDC 2014. But what is Tim Cook and his Cupertino … Read More

Cox Promises Gigabit Fiber to Its Customers

May 23, 2014 |

Who wants gigabit broadband? Cox Communications, America’s third-largest cable operator, is asking its customers and expects to begin delivering gigabit fiber to some of its residential customers this year (and there was much rejoicing).

Initially, the rollout will … Read More

Apple Still Buying Beats? Yep, It’s an Acquihire

May 22, 2014 |

While I’m not a believer, yet, sources say Apple’s Beats acquisition is still happening. Moreover, the Cupertino, California-based iPhone, iPad and Mac maker isn’t after technology — Beats doesn’t have any — but rather wants to acquihire founders Jimmy … Read More

Google Fiber: We Peer Right, No Fast Lane BS

May 22, 2014 | 2

The great majority of Google’s products are free, which means you are what’s for sale. It’s that simple. However, in the case of Google Fiber, the company’s trendsetting commercial broadband service, they are taking the high road, doing the … Read More