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Linkin Park Releases Interactive Music Video With Project Spark

In the past bands would announce upcoming singles or albums by promoting it on radio or television. However given that we now have many ways of entertaining ourselves: smartphones, tablets, social media, and so on, musicians have started to become creative and have adapted to the way we consume content.Linkin Park is one of those…Read More…

No Jethro Tull?: Twenty Iconic Bands As LEGO Minifigs

This is a series of twenty popular bands imagined as LEGO minifigs by Adly Syairi Ramly. He says all the photos were taken with an iPhone 5 and there was no Photoshopping of the figures. Not that I was going to accuse him of that. But there’s alwa…Read More…

  • By Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome
  • Posted in Gadgets
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Daily App: Snippit mixes music with photos in a very social way

If you’re the social type that loves mixing music with your photography, then you may want to take Snippit for a spin. The app allows you to take a photo, overlay 10 seconds of music and then share the result with the world. Snippit is first and…Read More…

  • By Kelly Hodgkins
  • Posted in Uncategorized
  • Also tagged Daily App Snippit

Apple considering iTunes Store for Android

The only problem with iTunes as a place to get cheap music is that you have to have an Apple device to take advantage of it (if you don’t have a Windows PC). There are multitudes more Android devices out there than Apple devices, and Apple might look to take advantage of the vast numbers.…Read More…

‘From Bump to Buzz’ Combines Live Action and Timelapse for a Great Music Video

This adorable birth announcement video combines live action video with a time lapse shot over a 9 month period. In the 2 days since the video was uploaded, it has over 2.4 million views and counting. Tom Fletcher notes on his YouTube channel that they took photos every day through the 9 months of their…Read More…

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  • Also tagged Time Lapse, timelapse,

Apple reportedly considering on-demand music service and iTunes for Android

Apple may be considering a number of intriguing changes to its music strategy, according to a Billboard report published on Friday. The music publication relays that Apple has “opened exploratory” talks with record labels regarding the potential for…Read More…

  • By Yoni Heisler

Twitter closes its #Music service

Remember Twitter’s #Music service ? Twitter has recently announced that it is pulling it down from the App Store. The app failed to get a good number of attractions from other competing music apps…. The post Twitter closes its #Music service appeared first on TechnoDify | Redefining Technology.Read More…

FlipBeats, getting the most out of your music [App of the Day]

Who doesn’t enjoying plugging into their phone and turning on their favorite tunes? I know there is nothing like shutting out the world and just getting lost in some of my favorite songs.  However, I never thought if I was truly getting the music experience until FlipBeats arrived! FlipBeats takes the music experience to a……Read More…

  • By David Martin
  • Posted in Android
  • Also tagged , App of the Day, App Reviews, flipbeats

Telling Google Search to “Play Some Music” will now actually result in Music

As Google continues to evolve and fine-tune the functions available to Google Search and Google Now, the features they bring in with each update seem to become more and more useful and intuitive. The latest feature to join the party is the “Play Some Music” command which, as you might expect, will play music courtesy…Read More…

Japanese Pianist Battles His Hologram Self At Piano

Please, no Japanese pianist jokes, this is an upscale club we’re running. This is a video of Japanese pianist Yoshiki performing against a holographic version of himself. It kind of reminded me of Dueling Banjos from Deliverance, but with infinitel…Read More…

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