Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Tag: technology

Tech RecAP: Everything you need to know from today’s Apple event

It is not exactly controversial to say that musicians and artists have an adoration for Apple products, and the AltPress staff are no different....

Instagram 3.0 upgrade includes map browsing, new layouts

Instagram 3.0 was released today. Instagram says they "focused on the browsing experience" for the newest upgrade, which includes: A map-browsing feature that allows users to...

Google+ adds “Studio Mode” to Hangouts On Air for live music streaming

Google+ have announced that they intend to make "live hangout concerts sound more like the stage" with their new audio-enhancing "Studio Mode" feature. Added with...

Amazon Inc. announces upgrades to Cloud Player

Amazon Inc. has announced several improvements to its cloud-based music service, Cloud Player.  They include licensing deals with "Sony Music Entertainment, EMI Music, Universal Music...

Online ticket service TicketLeap relaunches with social focus

Working to take a piece of a market mainly dominated by Ticketmaster, online ticketing platform Ticketleap relaunched today with a new design that encourages...

No Doubt’s case against Activision over ‘Band Hero’ to be heard by jury

No Doubt's case against Activision Publishing Inc. over the use of its likeness in the Band Hero video game--which dates back to 2009--will be...

Facebook hopes to launch their own smartphone in 2013

Facebook is making serious moves to enter the smartphone business in 2013, according to a report from the New York Times' technology blog, Bits....

RIAA claims it’s owed $72 trillion by LimeWire

The RIAA has claimed defunct file-sharing service LimeWire owes it $72 trillion in damages for some 11,000 violations of copyright infringement from users distributing...

If you own an iPod you’re probably suing Apple

If you bought an iPod between Sept. 12, 2006 and March 31, 2009 chances are you're listed in a class-action lawsuit against Apple from RealNetworks....

YouTube could face massive royalties bills after court loss

YouTube could be in trouble in Germany after a Hamburg court ruled the video sharing site was responsible for content users upload to the...

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