That’s right. Google Music. It sounds like an Itunes for Google, but what can we expect with the short number of invites each beta user is given? The short amount of invites are said to be passed down through interview process. If you’re wanting to test drive this brand new, sleek-looking coud-based music service, You’re going to have to be absolutely lucky. Through application process, you can only hope to get in, or wait until the full service to come out? Which will you choose?
Well, it may have been a mystery for a while, but this device seems to have appeared. And quick, too. Just a little over 2 months to go until Apple releases there next generation smartphone, and TWiT TV seems to have the scoop on this savvy device. The device is said looking slimmer than the Iphone 4, seemingly a sleek Nexus S-like phone running iOS. Interesting. You can see the photos above and below this post. Feel free to comment on this flaming topic of discussion.
Well, today Microsoft willingly pushed out Avatar Kinect. But another goody popped up as i waddled around the web. A new headset appeared. Along with a new remote. But my reaction was splendid. The headset lights flash blue, instead of the default green. And a newer design meant bluetooth integration, along with a microusb in there for starters. Next up is the remote. The only difference I saw here was a new design. A much needed new design. They will be available in November for $19.99.
Twitter. It’s beautiful, wonderful, and seemingly not far off from Facebook has just reached it’s 200 millionth sign-up. Along with this shows a tremendous growth from it’s early years, now with over 350 billion tweets a day. It’s phenomenal. And just a small start in 2006 came to this final annunciation of magnificent effort. It being told worth 750 billion dollars also chips in a bit of the pie here. The infographic below, given to us by visual.ly, shows us just how far this small, some might even have said miniscule, product has gone:
Well, it was time for a redesign. Definately time. And with a cluttered space and ugly design like that, they couldn’t have gone wrong with it. Gmail just launched a new theme, unfortunately not for app devs, but for all Gmail users. The redesign gives a unique, uncluttered experience with a very clean interface. So, if you’re tired of that old Gmail interface you’ve been having to deal and brag about for years, than say hello to this new look.