Next up on the jukebox — Twitter Music.
The microblogging service plans to launch its new, standalone music application on Friday, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Update 7:59 pm PT: Of note — another source claims the app will indeed launch this weekend at Coachella, though not necessarily on Friday.
. . . → Read More: New music app to be launched by Twitter today
Dick Tracy had one. As did Inspector Gadget and James Bond. A watch that doubled as a computer, two-way radio, mapping device or television.
Though such a device has been lost to science fiction comics and spy movies of the era before smartphones, the smart watch might soon become a reality, in the form of . . . → Read More: Apple to launch ‘curved glass’ smart time
In its filing for an initial public offering. Facebook on Wednesday warned of the potential for additional regulatory investigations that would adversely affect its growth. In S-1 papers provided to the Securities and Exchange Commission, Facebook listed several regulatory and legal risks — such a privacy investigations, patent disputes, and any potential security breaches — . . . → Read More: Facebook warns investors of more federal probes
Apple may be the most consistently inventive company in tech, but in its own way, it’s a remarkably single-minded outfit. For all of their profound differences, a Macintosh computer from 1984 and a new iPad 2 are soul mates. Each is the coolest, most elegant expression of Steve Jobs’ vision of the ideal computing device . . . → Read More: With OS X Lion, Apple’s Macs Enter the iPad Era
Apple today previewed iOS 5 with iCloud and Twitter integration. Check out what Android Ice Cream Sandwich will go up against.
Google will release Android Ice Cream Sandwich this fall, perhaps the most anticipated operating system release in years. Today, it became clear that iOS 5 is scheduled for release this fall too. Does iOS . . . → Read More: iOS5 takes on the challenge of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich
Had some doubts that Apple was heading skyward? Those lingering concerns can now be put to rest. Apple has confirmed that it will be announcing iCloud on June 6th, what it’s calling an “upcoming cloud services offering.” That will be part of the keynote for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, known to the cool kids . . . → Read More: Apple to unveil iCloud, iOS 5 on Monday, June 6
The rumor that Apple plans to launch a new streaming music service at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June has spurred a huge amount of speculation.
Apple is said to be planning a cloud-based music storage service that allows users to access their music collections from any device with Internet access and stream music from . . . → Read More: What Apple’s ‘iCloud’ Might Look Like
It’s April, the fourth month of the year, and that means it’s time for a new Ubuntu release. (This also true of the tenth month of the year — those Canonical folks like to keep busy.) Ubuntu 11.04, or Natty Narwhal as the kids are calling it, is here and packing some significant changes from . . . → Read More: New Ubuntu 11.04 ‘Natty Narwhal’ Released
Researchers display evidence that iOS 4 records all your travels, again (updated)
If you didn’t already think your smartphone knows too much about you, here’s a handy reminder. A duo of UK researchers have uncovered a potentially worrying (and oddly enough, undocumented) feature iniOS 4: it asks your iPhone to record your location constantly, then . . . → Read More: IPHONE or I-SPY?