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  • Reviews of new pop music releases

    SAM SMITH "In the Lonely Hour" (Capitol, 3 stars) The "male Adele" label hung around 22-year-old Brit Sam Smith's neck extends to music-business strategy. As with Adele's mega-selling "21," Smith's album, "In The Lonely Hour," has been held off streaming...
  • Google Unveils Android Auto

     
    Last week, we told you of Google's plans for a vehicle operating system to rival Apple's CarPlay; at today's Google I/O developers conference in San Francisco, the tech giant unveiled the details of its new Android Auto system. More Technology......
  • Madison Avenue's New Song: Get Tunes Out Of Ads, And Help Stream Music Instead

    In 1995, Microsoft paid a reported $4 million to use The Rolling Stones' famous song "Start Me Up" in ads for its Windows95. According to one of Madison Avenue's most influential agencies, in 2014 that money would not be well spent. MediaVest, an ad-...
  • Four Hot Tech Devices

    These four devices represent some of the best tech out there: Apple iPad Air The good: The iPad Air delivers improved performance and impressive battery life in an attractive and impossibly thin-and-light package. An improved front-facing camera makes...
  • Land of Linkin'

     
    A weekly listing of intriguing, wacky, useful, provocative and otherwise interesting links that readers and I have come across and think you might want to see. In the Atlantic, David Frum has a thoughtful response to Ta-Nehisi Coates' recent magnum......
  • Kevin Hunt: Review: Blumoo Remote Control/Music Streamer

    Designing an app that turns a smartphone into a universal remote control isn't a technological quad somersault off the 3-meter board anymore. Flyover Innovations, obviously, didn't want to flop headfirst into the pool of same-old, Bluetooth-connected...
  • YouTube, Amazon Start Playing Hardball With Sellers

    The ascendance of digital media has given the Internet's biggest distributors new market clout. And YouTube and Amazon are increasingly throwing their weight around with suppliers in disputes that are, to an unusual degree, public. The YouTube brouhaha...
  • A message to YouTube: Don't be evil

    A message to YouTube: Don't be evil
    Google's YouTube is such a rich repository of material from so many sources — global news broadcasts and TV shows, short films, live performances and amateur recordings — that it has become the Internet's unofficial video archive. That's why...
  • Should net neutrality rules stop T-Mobile's music streaming offer?

    Should net neutrality rules stop T-Mobile's music streaming offer?
    When T-Mobile announced the other day that it would exempt streaming music services from its wireless data caps, I thought it was the best reason yet for Washington to stop the company from being swallowed up by Sprint. But some consumer advocates thought...
  • T-Mobile rolls out try-before-you-buy program

    T-Mobile is shaking things up again, announcing new perks for wireless users in an effort to woo them away from rival carriers. At a media event in Seattle on Wednesday evening, T-Mobile rolled out a try-before-you-buy program as well as unlimited music...
  • Dean Wareham trades in N.Y. urbane for West Coast chill

     Dean Wareham trades in N.Y. urbane for West Coast chill
    Things didn't work out especially well the last time Dean Wareham came West. "Why can't we smile just like we used to?" the singer-guitarist asks in "California (All the Way)," by his beloved New York guitar band Luna. A highlight from the group's...