A reboot of Microsoft's music service is coming soon to Windows Phone 8 as well as Windows 8. Our sister site Tablet PC Review has all the details on Xbox Music.
Staying true to its vague "October" release promise, Apple has begun shipping the new iPod touch, with preorder customers receiving shipping notification emails for the 4-inch handheld.
Since the iPhone 5 was released, many users have complained about purple flairs appearing in images, and it appears that Apple has taken notice responding via its support page. Some users may view Apple's solution more condescending than helpful, however.
An article from our parent site TechnologyGuide covers research that shows many teens are giving up sleep to text their friends late into the night, and sometimes even in their sleep.
Smartphone conception is growing as mobile devices become a more integral part of our lives. The UK serves as a prime example of this, as a recent study revealed that nearly a third of consumers now stream videos on their smartphones.
The Galaxy Camera first appeared on the scene back in August at IFA. Now AT&T has announced that it would be the first to release Samsung's genre-bending device -- a handset-camera hybrid. Is this what consumers are looking for, or is the device simply a gimmick?
Samsung recently let slip that it is working on a smartphone named the Galaxy Music. While little was known about the handset at the time of the slip, the Internet has been a frenzy lately with emerging details of the device.
Brighthand's sister site Tablet PC Review has a news article on Redbox Instant, an upcoming subscription service that promises streaming, movie sales, and rentals, as well as DVDs from local kiosks.
Google Play has a reason to celebrate today, as the store for apps and media surpassed the 25 billion downloads mark and is sharing the wealth with users by offering popular Android applications at steep discounts.
New features in StubHub will include "interactive walkthroughs" of stadiums, plus the ability to invite friends to events. Some day, you might be able to order pretzels.
Almost lost in the ruckus surrounding the announcement of the iPhone 5 was the unveiling of a new iPod touch. As always, this handheld will be very similar to Apple's latest smartphone, just without the phone.
Google decided to not wait until the release of iOS 6 to introduce a stand-alone YouTube app for the iPhone. It's available now.
more than 100 focused websites providing quick access to a deep store of
news, advice and analysis about the technologies, products and processes crucial
to the jobs of IT pros.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright 2000 - 2013, TechTarget | Read our Privacy Statement