Google, in addition to its already large portfolio services, have hugely increased its Music service with the announcement and subsequent release of Google Play Music All Access. True to form, Google have their music player based within the cloud, and accessible via any web browser. Simply go to Google Music, and sign in. You will be […]Read more "Cloud Services – Google Music"
In a series of articles that will be published over the coming weeks, I’m taking a look into the world of cloud services. Be that Music, TV, Film, eBooks and storage, I’ll look at what services are perhaps better suited to each task, and which to avoid. First I want to look at the idea […]Read more "Cloud Services – Paying to Borrow Content"
For the Music loving, Windows Phone owners around the world, you may or may not know, that Bing (the default search engine for Windows Phone) has a Music recognition service, which is in fact surprisingly accurate. To access this feature, simply unlock your phone, press the search button located at on the bottom right of […]Read more "Windows Phone – Bing Music Search"
Windows 8, Microsoft’s new operating system has certainly been a controversial one, but one that comes with several useful tool’s, or in this case apps. The most useful app for most people will be that of the built-in Mail app. Consumers on the whole, are used to opening a browser, going to their mail provider […]Read more "Guide – Windows 8 Mail"
I’m sure that many people have heard the term Podcasts, or Netcasts being bandied around by friends, colleagues or family, but what exactly is a Podcast, and where can you get or listen to them? What is a Podcast? A podcast, or Netcast as it is also known, is essentially a radio show, that is […]Read more "Podcasts – What are they, and why you should listen to them"