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Spotify UI adopts darker colors for unity across platforms

Spotify UI adopts darker colors for unity across platforms

Spotify is one of the more popular streaming services out there for music fans. It has changed the colors of its user interface in an effort to be more uniform across all the platforms where it is available. New colors are a departure for the service since it has used the same basic color scheme since it launched. The new colors are much darker with liberal use of black and high contrast white.

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V-Moda XS headphones mind the gap (around your head)

V-Moda XS headphones mind the gap (around your head)

V-Moda has been in the headphone game for years making products that look good and promise high quality sound. The company has unveiled a new set of headphones called the XS that carry a tag line "Mind the Gap." The Gap that V-Moda is talking about is all the space between the headband and your head that make most headphones seem so bulky.

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Pyle Street Blaster is a 1000W modern boom box

Pyle Street Blaster is a 1000W modern boom box

If you grew up in the 80's you will remember people walking around with giant and loud radios on their shoulders known as a boom box. Pyle audio has just launched a new product that is a modern boom box called the Street Blaster. It is designed to be a portable speaker, but it's much larger than most of the Bluetooth speakers we have seen.

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Sonos app reborn: search tracks across platforms

Sonos app reborn: search tracks across platforms

There’s a new Sonos controller app out there this week, one delivered for users to take command of their local audio from their smartphone with ease. This app is updated with a new design and extra-simple interface, a new universal search feature, and an update period of "this spring". Android users can test the app today, supposing they’re OK with the Beta state of the software.

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Soundwall turns artwork into a speaker

Soundwall turns artwork into a speaker

Many people want to get music into the various rooms of their home or office. The catch for some people is that they don’t want the speakers to be obvious. You can cut the walls or ceiling to install speakers, but cutting isn't an option for some. This is where a product like Soundwall comes in.

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