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Free Audio CD Burner

Free Audio CD Burner creates CD discs to play them in any music center such as disc center, car stereo with CD player. Program features...

2 days ago by DVDVideoSoft

CES 2012: Sony launches Android Z1000 MP3 player

The market for MP3 players is a tough one, because it's dominated by Apple's iPod range, and also because it's a declining market, as more users opt to listen to music on their mobile phones. However, having produced a high-end Android smartphone in the shape of the Xperia S, Sony has followed up with the Android-based Z1000 touch-screen MP3 player, which was launched in September in Japan.

January 10, 2012 by

CES 2012: Sony aims high with 12MP HD Android phone

Sony unveiled a huge selection of gadgets at CES 2012, ranging from a wrist-phone to a Crystal LED TV set. These included two high-end Android devices: the first Sony-branded mobile HD 12-megapixel cameraphone, and the Z1000 touch-screen MP3 player.

January 10, 2012 by

GSMA investigating integrated SIM options

The GSM Association has announced the formation of a task force charged with investigating the best way to embed SIM cards that can be remotely activated in devices that don't traditionally carry them, such as MP3 players, sat-nav and e-readers.The aim of the scheme is to enable mobile broadband connectivity in a wider variety of devices, as well as to allow for new mobile form factors.

November 18, 2010 by

Free YouTube to MP3 Converter

Free YouTube to MP3 Converter is the most usable and the most reliable tool to download mp3 from all possible YouTube videos. This...

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Another option for getting a mobile charge on the run

It's only when I'm at trade shows that I really notice how quickly my iPhone runs out of power, so I'm constantly on the lookout for chargers that can help out during the middle of a long conference day -- particularly charging options that don't necessarily require a power outlet.Enter, another solar powered option that works with mobile phones, digital cameras and MP3 players.

April 28, 2010 by

Top 10 posts of 2009 focused primarily on ebook readers

Last year I was still covering mobile phones on this blog as you can read in my best of 2008 post and then the editors of ZDNet and I decided to break out phones into my dedicated Smartphones & Cell Phones blog. I spent most of 2009 writing about all other mobile gadgets (ebook readers, media players, headsets, gaming devices, netbooks, etc.) here on the Mobile Gadgeteer site. As you can see in my top 10 most popular posts written in 2009, five of ten were on the subject of ebook readers, two were on MP3 players, and the others on various topics.

December 16, 2009 by

Free Audio Converter

Free Audio Converter converts different audio file formats, including MP3, WAV, M4A, AAC, WMA, OGG, FLAC, and APE. Each format is provided...

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Mobile Napster site lets you download your purchased tracks OTA

As I have mentioned in the past I have a rather small personal music collection so I enjoy streaming music and subscription services that let me listen to a ton of music from several genres. I have been a subscriber to the Zune Marketplace (check out my thoughts on the service) since they started giving you 10 free songs a month, but do have some issues with the service since it is still not easy to find MP3 only files and if you forget to download the 10 free songs you lose them. Today Napster launched their new mobile site, m.napster.com, that gives you the ability to discover and download your music over the air.

September 1, 2009 by

Dead Finger Tech: Amazon Kindle ebook reader

You may have heard the term Dead Finger Tech before and if not, it relates to that piece of technology that you find essential or important enough to you that someone will have to pry it from your cold, dead fingers. The ZDNet technical bloggers are posting their DFT posts over the next week or two and for the Mobile Gadgeteer blog I had to think about the best piece of mobile gear (not a smartphone) that I treasure. So many pieces of my mobile gear (GPS, MP3 player, video player, portable gaming machine, ebook reader, etc.) can all be integrated into my smartphones so it came down to what one function do I like to perform off of my high end smartphone. Thus, my selected Dead Finger Tech gear is the Amazon Kindle device.

July 22, 2009 by

Can you go without gadgets for a week?

From the BBC:Teenagers in Los Angeles in the US have been taking part in an experiment to find how how they would cope without their electronic gadgets for a week. The 15 and 16-year-olds gave up their mobile phones, mp3 players, TV, radio and other electronic luxuries, and discovered that it was like to trying to kick an addiction.

May 19, 2009 by

Internet remote media streaming in Windows 7

We have our music spread over multiple devices from MP3 compatible mobile phones to iPods. Microsoft are a step closer to solving this problem by integrating two new features into Windows Media Player: a cloud-based remote control and Internet streaming of your media library.

March 8, 2009 by

Toshiba: Feel free to trade in more gadgets. Lots more.

Can't figure out what to do with your old laptop, tablet PC, monitor, projector, camera, camcorder, server, home audio receiver, mobile phone, car audio system, home electronics device, global positioning satellite receiver, MP3 player, personal digital assistant or game system? (Whew.

October 1, 2008 by

SIMORE dual SIM card -- FrankenBerry is ALIVE!

Two weeks ago, I kvetched about my wretched existence of having to carry two separate mobile devices for Voice and Data use -- a regular 3G cellphone and my inseparable BlackBerry 8820. Apparently, I'm not alone in this situation: some of you told me that you even carry two or more separate cell phones to have two phone numbers, one for work and one for personal use, and this doesn't count the other kit you have to carry with you, such as your MP3 player, your GPS unit and your camera.

July 7, 2008 by

What MP3 player and mobile phone sound the best to you?

I enjoy listening to music during my commute, while working out, and at other times throughout the day and most often use whatever mobile phone I happen to have to listen to those tunes. I also use dedicated MP3 players from time to time and Steve Laser recently approached me with a question about any differences I have found in digital audio players. He then put my response and feedback from several others in an article asking if all MP3 players sound alike. I think we all know the answer is No, but I enjoyed reading about the experiences and feedback that Steve assembled in the article.

July 2, 2008 by

74.1% of iPhone owners listened to mobile music in January 2008

74.1% of iPhone owners listening to mobile music in January 2008, compared to 6.7% of the total mobile audience, according to M:Metrics. 84% of iPhone owners who use an MP3 player use an iPod. Demographic composition of iPhone users, which are similar to the demographics of other smartphone owners. They are more likely to be: [...]

March 22, 2008

NAND flash demand to increase by 130% in 2008

Demand for NAND flash is expected to increase by 130% YTY, according to DRAMeXchange. Supply bit growth is expected to be 130-140% in 2008. Demand from mobile handset makers is expected to increase by just over 10% YTY to be worth $1.23 bln. MP3/PMP devices will grow by 20% to be worth $200 mln, followed [...]

January 13, 2008

AT&T's new OTA eMusic Mobile service results in $1.50 per song fee

AT&T just launched their new eMusic Mobile download service that allows you to download MP3 files from eMusic directly to your compatible mobile phone. eMusic is an online seller of MP3 music from independent labels that has is DRM-free so you can purchase and then listen to your MP3 songs on any device. I am a bit confused why anyone would want to pay AT&T US$7.49 per month for 5 song downloads (works out to just about US$1.50 per song) when you can just sign up for an eMusic account and get songs for only US$0.27 to US$0.33 each, depending on the monthly plan you sign up for. The eMusic Basic plan gives you 30 song downloads for only US$9.99 per month. I guess the AT&T eMusic Mobile service is all about wireless convenience, but that sure is a high convenience fee IMHO.

July 31, 2007 by

Telstra premieres Nokia for Next G line-up

Telstra has now added the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer to its roster of Next G device suppliers, as it tries to encourage users to switch from CDMA.The Nokia 6120 smartphone -- the first Nokia device to launch on the Next G network -- has a two megapixel camera, video calling functionality and an MP3 player.

July 26, 2007 by

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