Posts tagged with: Pandora
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    As the launch of Android Wear draws closer, Pebble (the manufacturer of undeniably some of the best smartwatches on the market right now) is continuing to step up their game. Today, they've announced updates for the watch's firmware, the companion Pebble apps on iOS and Android, and have announced the debut of the Pandora Internet radio app on their app store. The watch's firmware has received a couple of minor, but indeed welcome, changes. First of all, you can now hop into Settings and then Notifications to clear your notifications. The rest of the update brings bug-fixes and ...

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    Even though a lot of famous technology gurus, Steve Jobs included, considered that the whole concept of music streaming would never work as according to him, people want to "own their music", lately the reality is different. Obviously at the time when Jobs said this, we didn't even have 3G data speeds to make it possible, nor even smartphones. Today music streaming is a big thing, and if you're guessing who owns it, the answers aren't shocking. New statistics for 2014 claim that Pandora still owns music streaming, which is logical given the fact that it's one of the first services to focus ...

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    We love us some new technology, and we certainly give it its fair shake on today's episode of the Pocketnow Weekly. But every so often, you need to give a little lip-service to the tech of days gone by. The platforms and devices of yesteryear. That's right: I'm talking about dead technology. It makes sense, then, that a man going by the twitter handle DeadTechnology is here to help us dust off those fond memories. In his inaugural visit to the Pocketnow Weekly, our own Adam Doud pulls back the veil of public apathy secrecy surrounding the phenomenon of the "webOS meetup," a regular ...

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    The Pocketnow Weekly podcast is a labor of love for those of us who routinely grace its silvery sound waves. It takes a lot of effort and time to put the Weekly on the feeds every seven days, and we're pretty proud of the listenership we've accrued since re-launching our podcast presence lo those many months ago. Since that reboot, the podcast has grown in scope and in refinement: we've added such luxuries as topic lists, time codes with jump points, and a rotating cast of co-hosts - but we've never tweaked the YouTube presence of the Weekly. For eight months, listeners taking in our ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google Keep and how it enhances your note-taking experience on Android. Then we talk about Pandora's debut on Windows Phone 8. We later talk about the bugs on iOS 6.1.3 and why we don't think you should upgrade. We later move to talk about Google Now and its possibilities on iOS. Later it's iPhone 5S and iPad 5 launch rumors since apparently there's a date already set. We end today's show talking about Android and Google Chrome not merging into one. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Google Keep Brings Better Notes And Tasks to ...

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    Here's a little mini-Pocketnow Insider for you: next week, I had a TLDR piece scheduled entitled "Hey Microsoft: Where's Pandora for Windows Phone?" The company must've sensed my intentions (or, you know, grown tired of hearing the shouted demands of millions of its vocal customers) because today, it took the wraps off Pandora for Windows Phone 8. Microsoft and Pandora say the popular music-streaming app has been rebuilt from the ground up for Windows Phone 8, and it shows. From the tiled stations screen to the panoramic scrolling, this is a Modern UI design through and through. There are ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the possible new AMOLED technology coming to the Galaxy S 4. Later we go through some more Samsung though this time we talk about how Samsung and Apple might adopt wireless charging for their next devices. Apple is next as they seem interested in music streaming, but under their rules. Then we talk about the HTC One, though sadly the news aren't good. We end today's show talking about how AT&T misses the point about carrier unlocks. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Galaxy S IV Could Employ New AMOLED Material - Samsung and ...

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