BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene The always-active Blackberry Smoke has a busy fall on the docket. Atlanta’s pre-eminent Southern rockers – currently on their own tour acts including The Cadillac Three and Govt’ Mule – will hit.....
A lot of people want Herman Camm dead, and no one can really blame them. This devil in a three-piece suit slides into Mae Lou’s bedroom just after her beloved husband dies. But, he also has his eyes on Mae Lou’s teenage daughter Carrie, who has her heart set on marrying Simon when he returns...
My first personal tablet was a BlackBerry Playbook – yes – one of those doomed devices of yore. When I used it I wasn’t aware of tech news as much, I used the device to browse the internet, read books, listen to music and research and write list based articles back in the day. BlackBerry […]
In this video, Blackberry demonstrates how to train your rat to jump to your hand. Enjoy! Music: – “Invisible Light” by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/
In this video, Latte, Shadow, and Blackberry demonstrate how to train your rat to come when called. Music: – “Already There” by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ – “Soft Orange Glow” by Josh Woodward. Free download: … Read More
Ominfone was in the business of building streaming music services for the likes of Blackberry, Samsung's Milk and Pono. It was one of the first companies to launch an unlimited streaming service and among the first to fail. Now, Apple has acquired its tech and hired key staffers. _____________________________ Apple...
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene blog It’s two-for-two for Blackberry Smoke. The Atlanta-based country-rockers scored their second consecutive No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart this week with “Like An Arrow,” their fifth release and second on Rounder Records. The album also landed at No. Show More Summary
Here are the new music album releases for October 14, 2016: WALLS (Kings of Leon)GEORGICA POND (JOHNNYSWIM)EVOLUTION (Sabrina Carpenter)LIKE AN ARROW (Blackberry Smoke)IT MUST BE CHRISTMAS... For more, visit our blog !
Creative is suing Samsung, LG, HTC, BlackBerry, Sony, ZTE, Lenovo and Motorola. What could they possibly have on these huge names of the tech industry to slap all of them in the face with legal papers? Music players. That's right, these folks are being sued because their phones have music players. What a time to be alive!
There’s gold in them thar iPhones, listen to podcasts through Google Play Music, BlackBerry admits to helping the authorities, Kanye West gets sued over Tidal exclusivity, and A Social Life isn’t real. Apple Recycles Millions of Dollars Apple is raking in money from its recycling program. Show More Summary
How to move contacts, photos, calendars, music, and more from your BlackBerry 10 device to your new iPhone! So you've been hanging onto BlackBerry for awhile, but you're ready to switch after seeing the shiny new iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, or iPhone 6s Plus. Show More Summary
This week’s Android Circuit includes the launch dates for #TheNextGalaxy, Samsung accidentally confirming the S7 Edge, the updated Apple Music for Android app, BlackBerry's commitment to Android, Marshmallow's market share of Android, Samsung and Google kick of the browser wars and the ad blocking wars in one week, and Microsoft's purchase of SwiftKey.
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI Alex Cooley was so integral to the Atlanta music scene that it’s only fitting his “Celebration of Life” will include performances from well-known locals including Blackberry Smoke, Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ and Kristian Bush. The...
This week’s Android Circuit includes Apple Music arriving on Android, the failure of Android One, a review of the Nexus 5X, Google's smartphone manufacturing plans, the BlackBerry Priv reviewed, TAG Heuer's Android Wear smartwatch, Android Wear sales estimates, and eleven killer Android Marshmallow tips.
Ponder the photo you see above for a moment. Yes, that's Apple Music running on a BlackBerry phone powered by Android -- products from three mobile rivals working in harmony. The very concept of this would have been outlandish just a year ago, let alone a few years earlier when these companies were at each other's throats. Show More Summary
You young kids today, with your long music and loud hair! You’re too young to remember how people once typed on their phones—by pressing keys on a keyboard! You may not remember the BlackBerry, either—the original smartphone, the one with a really great keyboard that let you type quickly and accurately. Show More Summary
Issie Lapowsky, Wired: She's not quite sure what FUBAR means. She was pretty psyched for Carole King and James Taylor to perform together. Her BlackBerry is forever giving her all kinds of trouble. She quotes The Music Man in casual emails, and she calls Harriet Tubman her "home girl." And she uses quotation marks when she does it. Show More Summary
I love it when music transports you to another time or place. Some musicians do it with their stories. We wrote about Kevin Gordon last week. John Prine and Robert Earl Keen also come to mind. Other musicians do it with the music itself. The Mavericks always make my short list for that, as does […]
It's been a great week in mobile tech, and this is your look back at it all! Last week saw the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and this week saw Android Central's definitive review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and as you might expect, it's a great device for the Android crowd. Show More Summary
There are still things happening in the mobile space this summer so in between time off Kevin and I recorded this latest MobileTechRoundup podcast.