Posts Tagged ‘live’
  • 1 vs. 100 FREE for all Xbox Silver and Gold members this Christmas.
    by Mike
    Posted December 22nd, 2009 at 2:48 pm
    Have an Xbox and fancy the Live scene? If you're into the whole trivia thing, one game you should check out (if you haven't already) is 1 vs. 100. Think of it as a sort of Xbox version of "Who wants to be a millionaire" except here there isn't any money and thousands of people play simultaneously instead of just one. Completely the same....right. Anyway, December 24th through December 26th, all Xbox Live members (Silver and Gold) will be able to play 1 vs. 100 for FREE. Also calendar wo...
  • Sony to adopt Xbox Live-esque subscription model?
    by Mike
    Posted December 16th, 2009 at 8:13 am
    Before you freak out and wet yourself, make it known that there is nothing concrete about any of this. It is merely a theoretical assumption and think pot of ideas... Recently Nikkei Japan asked Sony executive VP Masayuki Chatani about how Sony maintained the cost of running the PSN network -- a free online gaming network. Several options were highlighted with the most interesting being "single-payment packaged software" as well as the possibility of monthly fees or per-item charges. Kee...
  • While music labels’ profits continue to fall, Artists continue to climb…
    by Mike
    Posted November 13th, 2009 at 8:55 am
    Image Property of Times Labs UKFor all that crap and BS propaganda we hear concerning the declining music industry, I could literally have a kazillion dollars if I were paid a nickel everytime such stories were shoved upon the world. Those in charge of big labels decry again and again how the digital age is killing music, that we're all thieves, and that they don't make enough money. To cap off their trifecta + 1, they constantly put the stranglehold on new and emerging technologies and serv...
  • Foo Fighters. Live streamed Concert. Facebook. Tonight.
    by Mike
    Posted October 30th, 2009 at 7:10 am
    Last weekend, U2 took a very rare chance to open up to this world of technology that celebrities and the content owners world continue to decry or ignore. It was an awesome experience, a good show, and a perfect display of modern technology at it's finest. Since the interwebs were pretty busy chatting up the event, you could imagine that at least a couple other people heard of it. If U2 wasn't quite your style, or your looking for more live concert streaming goodness, the Foo Fighters have go...
  • VuiVision looks to bring free network TV streaming to all
    by Mike
    Posted October 18th, 2009 at 12:22 pm
    Streaming live anything seems to be the big deal in the mobile internet movement as of late. Streaming radio, streaming video, online gaming, etc. If it can be streamed, it's hot. Streaming radio is rather robust with many solutions from the likes of Pandora,, Slacker Radio, I Heart Radio, and Spotify just to name several. Streaming video on the other hand is a bit more involved as prices and restrictions are usually involved. However a new website, VuiVision aims to bring free vide...
  • Radiohead: Reckoner
    by Mike
    Posted September 4th, 2009 at 11:00 am
    While some may compare Radiohead to many other popular british bands such as Coldplay and Muse, they are in fact in a league of their own. (Not saying Coldplay and Muse suck as I like them too). On the list of bands I'd like to see before I die, they die, or break up is Radiohead. With awesome vocals from a singer who can actually sing notes that are on an actual musical scale (a rare feat these days...especially with that crap called "auto-tune"), stay in pitch, and together with the rest...
  • Google Maps adds traffic info to backroads (select cities)
    by Mike
    Posted August 25th, 2009 at 12:27 pm
    Frequent travelers, especially those that traverse the world by auto can surely appreciate the added help that traffic reports give them. While making your way to your destination, knowing the quickest and least traffic filled route will make your ride more enjoyable not to mention shorter. For some time now, Google Maps has shown traffic info for major highways. However, once you venture outside of downtown, you're on your own when it comes to traffic info. Sure you can tune the radio to ...
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