Earlier this month, Spotify finally came to the United States. The utilization of this popular British music listening service has been the goal of many a music fan here in the states and now, it is possible.
The Droid 3 is the third iteration of Motorola’s flagship Android device. With its 4″ qHD display, 5 row slide out keyboard, dual-core 1Ghz processor and 1080p video camera, which also take 8 megapixel photos, it is definitely a choice phone. As with any new smartphone, it needs apps to truly take advantage of its capabilities.
Recently, Netflix did a redesign of their website, which made it harder to navigate their website with infinitely scrolling large images of the box art, but making hard to actually find movies someone would want to watch. This week, they brought a similar redesign to their PS3 interface, which makes it impossible to view more than five movie titles on the screen at the same time. Add to this Netflix’s announcement that they would be raising their rates on September 1, and their users are up in arms.
As stated in my first and second blogiversary posts, the most popular post on my blog has been Video, Movie and TV Apps on the Droid, a collection of applications to watch assorted tv shows and movies on the Android based phones. It was a request from the comments of one of my other posts because VCast wasn’t available for the Droid at that time, but that has since changed. After a year and a half, it’s time to update the list.
It was July 2009 when I wrote Your Medium is Your Message in response to a Social Media person who downplayed the necessity of technology in favor of marketing. Continuing to write missives about social media, technology and expanding to other topics as they interested me, I wrote regularly every week, which brings us to the second anniversary of this blog.