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October 2013 Archive


Music-playing App's New Release Listens to Musicians


Source: Press Release: SS|PR

In the latest update, Tonara claims the right as the first iPad app that listens to musicians and tracks their current progress.
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YouTube to Launch Subscription Music Service Soon?

By Joey Lee
Source: IGN Entertainment

Rumors about YouTube launching a subscription music service have been spreading, and they say the program might even be unveiled by the end of November.
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Samsung Files Design Patent for Product Similar to Google Glass

By Joey Lee
Source: The Daily Mail

Looks like Google isn't going to be left to monopolize the optical gadget market with Google Glass, as Samsung leaps into the fray.
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MTV Screens Full Season of New Series on App Before TV Debut

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

For the first time ever, the entire run of a TV series is unfurling on mobile devices before the usual television launch.
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Fox Exec States "No Interest" in 4K

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

4K, the new ultra HD broadcasting, doesn't appear to interest Fox at the moment.
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Apple Slashes Production of iPhone 5C

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

The plastic encased iPhone 5C initially created to target customers with a lower budget, has had production cut down due to unpopular demand.
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Twitter Might Just be Your Next TV Channel

By Joey Lee
Source: All Things D

Twitter has finally gotten the link-up with the TV industry that they've been longing for, with their deal with Comcast set to redirect eyeballs to TV shows via their social platform.
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Apple Unveils iPad Air and New OS

By Joey Lee
Source: NBC News

Apple doesn't look like they're slowing down any time soon, with the release of a new flagship full-sized tablet and their new Operating System that is completely free.
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Russian Government Announces Possible Ban of Video Games

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

The Russian government has announced they will begin the creation of "patriotic" video games, while possibly dishing out a ban on foreign video games that "distort history."
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Illuminate Hollywood Boasts Never-Seen-Before HD and 4K-Conversion Technology

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

Having already converted some of the older television series such as "The X-Files" to HD standards, Illuminate Hollywood looks all set to revive past programs by bringing its iConfirm technology overseas.
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