Post Tagged with: "Beats"

Epic Beats Ad Celebrates LeBron James’ Return to Ohio
/ October 21, 2014 11:20 am
Epic Beats Ad Celebrates LeBron James’ Return to Ohio

Mashable reports “A striking, cinematic new ad for Beats headphones celebrates LeBron James' return to Ohio in stylish fashion.” . Read More

Latest Apple TV Update Adds Beats Music app and a Revamped Design
/ September 18, 2014 11:35 am
Latest Apple TV Update Adds Beats Music app and a Revamped Design

VentureBeat reports “With all the buzz surrounding the release of iOS 8, Apple would like you to know it hasn’t forgotten about its Apple TV set-top box.” . Read More

Beats Music Mobile App Gets Approval Tweaking, Verified Profiles and More
/ July 29, 2014 10:52 am
Beats Music Mobile App Gets Approval Tweaking, Verified Profiles and More

TechCrunch reports “Beats Music has updated its iOS, Android and Windows Phone applications with a few new features, including a way to tune the Beats recommendation engine manually for better suggestions, a new history view for The Sentence, the Songza-like Madlibs playback engine, and Verified Badges, which add a checkmark to celebrity profiles so you know they’re the real deal.”. Read More

Apple Allows HD Audio Playback on iOS Devices
/ June 6, 2014 5:09 pm
Apple Allows HD Audio Playback on iOS Devices

DigitalMusicNews reports that Apple only stated one new audio linked feature at their current Worldwide Developers Conference: Shazam iOS integration. So, this one came as a surprise, particularly as Apple purchased Beats in a deal that has everybody talking. Read More

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Beats Electronic Announces Ian Rogers as “Daisy” CEO
/ January 10, 2013 2:48 pm
Beats Electronic Announces Ian Rogers as “Daisy” CEO

Beats Electronics announced Ian Rogers, formerly the CEO of Topspin and GM of Yahoo! Music, as CEO for its newest music service, project "Daisy" this morning. Rogers will be responsible for overseeing "Daisy's" direction, vision, and strategy. Read More

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“Cyber Monday” Traffic to Retail Sites Beats “Black Friday” Figures
/ November 30, 2005 12:26 pm

New York - About 27.7 million U.S. Internet users visited retail web sites on "Cyber" Monday, eclipsing the traffic those sites saw on the previous "Black" Friday by 15%, according to new figures released by Nielsen/NetRatings. "'Cyber Monday' brought a surge of traffic to many online retailers as shoppers returned to work following the holiday weekend ready to tackle their holiday gift lists," said Heather Dougherty, a senior retail analyst for Nielsen/NetRatings. The firm [...].

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