Something big, but far too delayed is happening tomorrow, Spotify is coming to the US. This is great news for Americans since spotify is an awesome free music provider. And their premium service is even better and definitely price worth. However they promised this to happen a long time ago, and now it is simply too late for them to be the biggest on the market. The two great competitors are Napster and Groveshark. Napster as you most likely know began as the worlds first p2p mp3 downloading network but has now become a legal cheap music provider. Grooveshark is almost the exact same thing as spotify except it work from any java enabled browser and is 100% free through ads. I wish spotify the best of luck, it’s delay has gained spotify some harsh competition! (more…)
At 7:00 AM PST or 10:00 AM EST Apple will be announcing something new through their iTunes software.
iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPod, and iPod touch is expected to be released tomorrow.
I’m sure the announcement is something bigger than iOS 4.2 because Apple wouldn’t hype tomorrow’s announcement unless they were announcing something BIG.
The Droid Pro will start its Verizon retail adventure tomorrow, with pre-sales at selected VZW stores and the carrier’s online outlet, to be followed by its proper shelf debut on November 18th. Price is set at $179.99 on a two-year contract, provided you’re happy to take care of a $100 mail-in rebate. Moto will be hoping business types lap this offer up, as it has equipped the Droid Pro with an unusual (outside of RIM’s realm) portrait QWERTY keyboard as well as a dual-mode CDMA/GSM wireless chip. A 3.1-inch display, 1GHz of processing power, and a 5 megapixel autofocus camera.