music

Android Market offers even more free music

You have to admit, it would be terrible trying to compete with the discounted - and often free - music tracks in Google's Android Market. You all know about Google's 'Free Song of the Day', but did you know there are a couple other hidden freebies out there tonight? The list isn't too long, but great songs for free none the less.

Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 released in South Korea

After launching a larger Galaxy Player 4.0 and 5.0 last year in South Korea and eventually other markets Samsung is back and have just launched a new size in their homeland. This is the Samsung Galaxy Player 3.6 personal music player. If you thought PMP's were dead now that everyone uses smartphones think again -- because the iPod is still selling well and Samsung has done pretty good with these too.

SuperTooth Disco 2 bluetooth speaker hands-on

For those looking for an ultra-portable and extremely simple bluetooth speaker for their Android devices look no further than the SuperTooth Disco 2. We've reviewed some of their earlier bluetooth speakers and they are dead simple to use and sound great. SuperTooth is back this year for another round and this time they are offering multiple colors as you can see, in a neat and simple design that anyone can use.

Sony offering free Movies and 90 days of Music Unlimited for new Xperia owners

If you've recently picked up a new Sony Ericsson Xperia smartphone lately or were lucky enough to receive one for Christmas then we have some good new for you. Sony has kindly started offering a new little package for Xperia owners that will allow users 5 free blockbuster movie downloads and access to their Music Unlimited service for free for 90 days. It's nothing huge like the 50GB of Box.net service but free stuff is always good right?

Android Market now showing Google Music, no update needed

Google Music support and purchases was just announced at the "These Go to Eleven" event by Google yesterday. As I'm sure many of you already are well aware of. Many of us scrambled to test the new goodies and updated to the Google Music v4.0 app but that is just the music player. We can now search, preview, and buy music right from our Android phone but I'm sure many are wondering how since it's still not available in the market. Apparently it is rolling out in stages because a few of us have full access, while most don't.

Google Music gives indie artists a direct sales platform with Music Hub

Music labels are so 20th century. As a company that's thrived in the 21st, Google understands that, and if Google Music is any indication, they're embracing it. The new Artist Hub allows anyone to post their music to Google Music and the Android Market for free, with a host of tools for managing and sharing content. All together, it makes Google Music and Android a pretty amazing platform for indie artists to share and expand.

Spar Zephyr Bluetooth speaker jams out to music, charges your phone

We have an awesome new accessory for Android devices to tell you about today. A company called Spar has just announced three new Bluetooth speakers in a new line called Zephyr. They'll be offering the Zephyr 550 (biggest of the bunch) with 30 hours of playback, the Zephyr 500 with 18 hours of playback, and the 300 offering 12 hours and all of this from a single charge. What makes these special you ask? The Zephyr will also charge your device via USB port when needed or while you're on the go.