Welcome to volume two of The Internet Music Anthology! The IMA is an (ir)regular feature here on the Noisecast where we round up all the best (worst?) music that either originates on, or has significant relevance to internet culture. It also serves as a makeshift sanity test. If you can make it through the entire collection without skipping a song, you qualify for placement in a facility. Continue reading “The Internet Music Anthology, Vol. II”
You’ve been waiting for it, and it looks you’re about to get it. A source speaking to the Noisecast has shared an email exchange with an executive of a major record label who cites mid-July as the day the Spotify dream becomes a reality for the U.S. of A.. Between “July 5th and July 15th” to be precise. Or at least as precise as a 10-day range can get.
Today, at least here in the US, is Father’s Day. So I just want to take this time out to acknowledge all dads out there. My dad is the entire reason in into tech today. Ever since I can remember he’s been a total gadget nerd and always keeping up to date with the newest “toys.” Not just that, but he was always making and … Continue reading Happy Fathers Day, from the Noisecast
Well boys and… other boys (What do you want from me? We didn’t have any female entries!), I have some bad news. Even the lowest of our guesses was almost double the total. It seems that after taking a beating from the media for their overuse of “magical” and “revolutionary”, they decided to dial it back a bit. In fact, I had to be really … Continue reading Guess That BS! Results
Contest Has Ended! Stay Tuned for the Results! With the Apple Keynote nearing, we’ve got a contest for you! Guess the total number of “magical” “revolutionary” “never done before” and “fantastic” hyperbolic statements that Steve makes today and win a free iOS app (up to $5) or a $5 Amazon gift card to buy your own app. But ACT NOW! Entries will not be accepted after … Continue reading Noisecast Contest: Guess that BS!
[Editor’s note: Our very first exclusive interview!] When Chinatown Fair closed its doors for good at the beginning of March, New York City’s last real arcade was lost. It was the proverbial end of an era, not just for New York gamers, but for the arcade industry in the U.S.
For over a year now the rumor mill has been churning away about whether or not Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha will move the company from Libertyville, IL to San Diego, California. Motorola has not officially announced anything and speculation has remained speculation. The only nugget of info to add fuel to the rumor fire was Sanjay telling the Wall Street Journal last year that “[Motorola] will go where that talent is, and right now, that looks like California.” Now that Moto has split into two separate entities (Motorola Solutions and Motorola Mobility) everyone has their ear to the ground to learn what Sanjay’s decision will be. Continue reading “EXCLUSIVE: Motorola Mobility moves to California”
Alright folks. It’s that time again. Time to hop back behind the desk and fasten your seatbelt for another rousing week of work. In all seriousness I’m quite excited for this week.. and in all seriousness I’m lying. Continue reading “Monday Update: A Proper Update”
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