Internet radio is getting smarter all the time. The newest spin on streaming music comes from the folks at DoubleTwist. Just sync up your existing music library with the DoubleTwist music player for Android, and the app will create radio stations personalized to what you already like.
DoubleTwist, that desktop media manager which syncs to a variety of phones and gadgets, has just added a very tidy Android app to the Marketplace. It looks like the best media player app for Android yet.
Google's desktop syncing strategy for Android has always been clear: there is no desktop syncing strategy. Just drag, drop and be content, people! Now, T-Mobile's giving their customers what Google won't, bundling DoubleTwist with new Android phones.
Back in 1984, IBM was Big Brother—dominating one boring world of beige and mainframes—and Steve Jobs was the rebel. In 2009, Apple and Jobs are the Big Brother of media in a world of white earbuds.
If you're one of those unfortunate Pre users that updated to iTunes 8.2.1 without seeing our warning, there are two options. You could either downgrade to iTunes 8.2, or use one of these alternative apps and future-proof yourself.
Now we're not saying BART is in cahoots with Apple. What we are saying is, BART took down a legally-purchased ad for having a "too dark" background, and then rejected the same ad when updated with a white background. Hmm.
An advertisement banner for doubleTwist—a software application that lets users access their iTunes library on any device—has shown up on a display window directly next to the San Francisco Apple store's main entrance.
DoubleTwist is a new, open-source, universal media manager in beta for the Mac. It gathers music, videos and photos, supports tons of devices and has a P2P/social networking component. Will it be great?