HP, that big ‘ol company that just bought Palm, has acquired yet another company: Melodeo. Melodeo is the creator of nuTsie (yes, that is an iTunes anagram), an interesting personal radio service. As the webOS and Palm fan that I am, I can’t help but recognize the power this deal has over the webOS desktop-to-mobile [...]Read more
The Wall Street Journal has confirmed that Apple has indeed bought music streaming service Lala. There has not been any word on how much Apple has payed, but according the “All Things D” blog at the WSJ, investors may be lucky to get 50 cents on the dollar.
I would like to see how and if [...]
Well, I just used Google OneBox Music. And it was nice, clean, and usefull. I was going to buy a song off the iTunes store, Life’s Been Good, but the two most popular versions, a live one by the Eagles and a normal one by Joe Walsh, were confusing me and I couldn’t decide which [...]Read more
Google has launched its music service, that allows users to play a song in there search results. The service appears to be powered by Lala.com and thus only songs in the Lala catalog are available to stream.
I am still a fan of the Zune Pass which allows for streaming from the Zune website and software, [...]
For the first ever WebOS app of the week, I have chosen the homebrew app, Music Player (Remix). This app, created by PreCentral user Danplc, is the most widely downloaded hombrew app out there, and for good reason. It takes Palm’s stock music app, and gives it the features that is was missing, such as [...]Read more