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Apps, Websites, Fun! 215 – Go Ride Your Bicycle

SmartBoards, Mighty – Spotify Music Player, Essential Android Phone, iPhone 8, one of Dave’s bicycles, and a whole lot more!

SmartBoards, Mighty – Spotify Music Player, Essential Android Phone, iPhone 8, and a whole lot more!!

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Apps, Websites, Fun! 202 – Watch This Apple

Apple watch, Zoe’s App favorites, Papa’s Freezeria and Soundcloud. How we discover new music, technology at Hannah’s work, school’s out – almost, iPhone chargers and cables, how to fix your broken iPhone screen on the cheap…

Apps, Websites, Fun! 173 – Mayday Tablet Emergency

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iOS 7 is making people dizzy and we’ll show you how to fix it, a couple of 6-year old girls rack up a large bill playing on the iPad, Amazon‘s new Kindle HDX tablet that includes an extra-special feature, YouTube Music Awards show, and a whole lot more.

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Websites, Apps, Gadgets…Fun! Hosted by 15-year-old Hannah, 12-year-old Zoe, Dave, and Winston the poodle.

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We discuss how products are licensed and why your favorite bands and characters make lots of $$ selling merchandise. Apple’s latest news including iOS 7. App talk includes: Knock On Wood, ClapBox, and SpinVid. Plus, Fab.com, Instagram, Vine, the World Famous PoochCam, listener email from around the world, Angry Birds Soda, and a whole lot more.

We discuss how products are licensed and why your favorite bands and characters make lots of $$ selling merchandise. Apple’s latest news including iOS 7. App talk includes: Knock On Wood, ClapBox, and SpinVid. Plus, Fab.com, Instagram, Vine, the World Famous PoochCam, listener email from around the world, Angry Birds Soda, and a whole lot more.

With Microsoft’s Zune Gone , Here Comes Woodstock!

Microsoft will offer a sneak peek at its Zune replacement during E3 2012, according to sources familiar with the company’s plans. The new music service, codenamed Woodstock, will continue Microsoft’s shift away from the Zune brand towards the well known Xbox one. Insiders have revealed to us that Woodstock will be a cross-platform play, available to Windows 8, Android, iOS, and Xbox users — playable from a browser.

Previously described as “Spotify-like”, the service won’t require any browser plugins and is said to integrate deeply with Facebook, allowing friends to build group playlists and share tracks. An additional “scan and match” function, similar to iTunes Match, is also being tested as part of Woodstock to allow users to identify their existing music collection in the service. Although Microsoft will preview the service at E3 — barring any last-minute changes in its plans, of course — it is not expected to launch until later this year alongside Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 devices.

 

via Exclusive: Microsoft to preview ‘Woodstock’ Xbox music service at E3 | The Verge.

With Microsoft’s Zune Gone , Here Comes Woodstock!

Microsoft will offer a sneak peek at its Zune replacement during E3 2012, according to sources familiar with the company’s plans. The new music service, codenamed Woodstock, will continue Microsoft’s shift away from the Zune brand towards the well known Xbox one. Insiders have revealed to us that Woodstock will be a cross-platform play, available to Windows 8, Android, iOS, and Xbox users — playable from a browser.

Previously described as “Spotify-like”, the service won’t require any browser plugins and is said to integrate deeply with Facebook, allowing friends to build group playlists and share tracks. An additional “scan and match” function, similar to iTunes Match, is also being tested as part of Woodstock to allow users to identify their existing music collection in the service. Although Microsoft will preview the service at E3 — barring any last-minute changes in its plans, of course — it is not expected to launch until later this year alongside Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 devices.

 

via Exclusive: Microsoft to preview ‘Woodstock’ Xbox music service at E3 | The Verge.