I’m currently working on a project where kids take part in an online survey. One of the questions asked is what they most want for Christmas. iPods are understandably high up on the list - and in fact, no other MP3 Players are listed there. iPod has become synonymous with MP3 Player [...]
Archive for September, 2005
How much would you pay per month for a music subscription service? According to recent research, 40%-60% of people aren’t willing to pay more than $10 a month, depending on which country you survey. On avergae, a third of MP3 player owners want music services just for free.
Currently, services like Napster [...]
Griffin today announces the TuneBox speaker system and charger dock for Apple iPod shuffle. Plug the shuffle into the docking connector between TuneBox’s twin speakers for instant gratification. TuneBox charges the shuffle’s battery while it’s playing. TuneBox’s micro drivers and efficient amplified speakers generate a powerful, dynamic sound, with unexpected clarity and great [...]
PodSpider is a new program (Windows users only currently) which provides intuitive access to the world’s largest directory of US and international podcasts. The software is available via free download here.
PodSpider provides access to over 13,000 podcasts in various languages, organized into 25 subjects and more than 300 categories. Subjects like Sports, encompassing baseball and [...]
KEXP 90.3/91.7FM and KEXP.ORG, Seattle’s eclectic non-commercial music station, announces the launch of a live stream to mobile phones and handheld devices. This new service complements KEXP’s groundbreaking first-ever pre-produced music podcast featuring full-length songs from albums and is another result of KEXP’s technology partnership with the University of Washington.
KEXP offers a 32-kilobit MP3 or [...]