I'm old enough to remember using cassette tapes but also young enough to know it was already ancient technology. But still, there's something about cassette tapes that interested me more than CDs or mp3s. A strip of freaking tape can hold music? And now that they're pretty much dead, it's sad. Thats why AirCassette is…
I'm sad that I never really got into vinyls because every time I hear a record play, I wish my silly iPod could capture that same texture and warmth. VinylLove for iPad tries to re-create that warm vinyl sound to great success.
You know those obnoxious cards that play music every time you open it? Yeah, this ain't one of 'em. Instead! This card, a wedding invitation, packs its own record player. You'll have to line up the "needle" and spin the record to get it to play.
The default Android music player is a dark and dreary piece of software, that's routinely shamed by the custom media options supplied with HTC's Sense skin and even the likes of Motoblur. But it's about to get better.
The Samsung IceTouch seems odd with its AMOLED touchscreen and rubbery-looking bottom half, but it's fun to use and designed to keep your fingers from getting stiff while handling it. Ok, and the transparent display is just plain awesome.
Once, while walking down the street, a man suddenly approached me screaming "QUICK! We need someone to DJ!" If only I had had this portable cross fader—who knows how differently my life would've turned out.
A company has "borrowed" famous Korean rabbit MashiMaro and turned it into an MP3 player. And true to the spirit of the cartoon, they placed the audio connector in a well analyzed place:
Sony's Walkman NWZ-X1000 features an OLED touchscreen, Wi-Fi and built-in noise cancellation. The X-series Walkman seems like a very impressive piece of hardware.
Sony has gone all Pinocchio on us with its sportsy W-series Walkman MP3 player, eschewing cords for an all-in-one music player/earbud ensemble. $70 for 2GB of storage and 12 hours of playback time.
New details have been leaked about Creative's answer to the iPod touch and Zune, a wireless music player with Wi-Fi media sharing capabilities called the Zen X-Fi. Pictures show the device sporting a chrome-and-black plastic look that's vaguely reminiscent of the iPhone, along with a nine-point directional pad.…
Sony's E020 Walkman, the flash-based MP3 player for kids who like to coordinate their gadgets with their outfits, will finally hit U.S. shores in mid-June. The E020 features a colored three-line LCD screen and a built-in USB jack with drag-and-drop MP3 transfer system (no SonicStage this time around, thankfully). Its…