Supposing you’ve already seen the flat, smooth pallet of colors offered up by Urbanears in the past, you’ll be glad to spot a new set of three on the way. This collection of headphones and earbuds now comes in Pumpkin, Tomato, White, Indigo, Black, Coral, Clover, Lilac, Dark Grey, Cobalt, Clover, as well as the new three. You know what each of those colors represents? You’re alone in that!
We don't see as many new MP3 players these days as we used to. It seems like we used to see them all the time, but many people use their smartphone now rather than having two devices. SanDisk has unveiled a new MP3 player that it is aiming at athletes and other active users. The MP3 player is called the SanDisk Clip Sport.
If you are in the market for a new Bluetooth speaker for your smartphone or tablet, Bem Wireless has a new product that has hit pre-order you might want to look at. The device is a wireless Bluetooth speaker that allows you to listen to your music without resorting to headphones. It has a unique design though.
This week the folks at Valve have released Steam Music Beta, a local music service that'll allow you to easily play music while you play games with SteamOS. THis service will be added to any machine running SteamOS, and is automatically added to any build for users working with the Steam Client Beta. To access this bit through the Steam Client Beta, users have only to head into System Settings.
Valve launched its SteamOS a while back as an effort to get its own free computer operating system on the market. SteamOS entered beta and was available for those who wanted to try it out to download in December 2013. The beta OS proved to be popular and early on it was difficult to download due to the glut of traffic trying to grab the 960MB file.
Music videos are a popular staple among YouTube users, accounting for a large percentage of the video service's overall views and drawing in countless people every day. The Google company has made a continued push into the market, and this week revealed it has paid out more than a billion dollars to the music industry. Still, labels remain skeptical.
The recent deaths of prominent and inspirational personalities have probably led to the awareness of the brevity of life and of people's memories. In that light, this new WikiVIP project tries to improve the growing body of knowledge in Wikipedia by injecting voice clips of these notable people for present and future generations to cherish and remember.