This is it. You heard it first here. Print is dead. Close down the bookstores and libraries. This newest Kindle will change the world. OK, maybe not, butÂ Amazon has still outdone itself again, releasing two new Kindle versions with new features and a smaller form factor. As is Amazonian tradition, the newest Kindle fails to have a version number associated with it, but in case you are counting, this is generation three. Kindle 3 is 21 percent smaller but still maintains the 6-inch reading area of generation 2. It is also 17 percent lighter (in weight that is), and … Continue reading
The days of only watching video on the television and listening to music only on the radio are over. Even devices as small as mobile phones can play live television. But living room entertainment is far from dead, and with the increase in the amount of Internet content (both free and premium), the need for methods of streaming that content to the television has increased. Fortunately, there are a variety ways to get Internet content, from movies to the latest songs, playing on your home theater. Some methods are easy as purchasing a box, while others are more complex but … Continue reading
Appleâ€™s murder of Lala.com has left many former Lala users searching for a new service, or wishing they never used a service in the first place. Although there is nothing quite like the now deceased Lala, there are alternatives that are not iTunes. In no particular order, here is a general list of some Internet radio and music streaming services with a brief description of their features. We have not included every service, so feel free to add additional suggestions (including links) in the comment section.