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LG Optimus Pad Android tablet available at £799 on Carphone Warehouse

Posted: 04 May 2011 02:45 PM PDT

LG Optimus Pad is a new Andriod powered tablet with 3D technology. Although it has a lot of attractive features, the tablet is currently priced at £799 at The Carphone Warehouse. It's two times more expensive then the new basic Apple iPad 2. Even the highest version of the Apple iPad 2 costs less then the LG Optimus Pad.

LG Optimus Pad is the first tablet that allow you to record and playback full HD and 3D videos via two 5MP cameras. The tablet is powered by Android 3.0 Honeycomb and an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor. Therefore, you can enjoys many Android features at the same time. All these functions come at a cost, as the LG Optimus Pad is available as sim free, you will have to spend a lot of money in order to enjoys these features. They may release a contract deal later which costs less for the tablet itself.

[via The Carphone Warehouse]

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With Spotify Music Store, you'll be able to bypass iTunes and sync your iPods

Posted: 04 May 2011 02:33 PM PDT

Its been a long time coming but Spotify, which I'm sure many of you already use has launched a new music download service that attempts to clarify itself as quite possibly the only music player you'll ever need – hence offering a direct competition against Apple's iTunes. With the new Spotify Music Store, users can now purchase and download full playlists comprised of any songs from the company's 9 million-track catalog for as low as £0.50 per song.

But the news don't stop here, Spotify's new feature allows playlists to be synchronised with your iPod classic, iPod nano or iPod shuffle right from within the Spotify desktop app for PC or Mac. Once you plug in your iPod, you'll notice it to appear under a new section within the Spotify app labelled as 'Devices'.

The downside to this is if you've already got music in your iPod (downloaded from iTunes of course), ironically there is no mention of being able to sync your music into your Spotify music collection on your computer.

Finally, Spotify has opened up its iPhone and Android apps to all Spotify users, expanding on the original Premium access to offer to all users support for wireless syncing of playlists.

Although Spotify is UK based and still isn't available in the US, rumours suggest the company is closer than ever to striking deals with record companies that will allow it to launch its popular service for music fans in America.

Spotify says hello to the iPod

May 4th, 2011

At Spotify it's always been our mission to provide you with the best all-round music experience on the planet. For Spotify Premium subscribers, a huge part of that experience is taking your playlists with you wherever you go. However, for the rest of our users, listening to their favourite playlists on the move hasn't been possible.

You've been telling us how much you love discovering, sharing and talking about music in Spotify – and you've created well over 200 million playlists to prove it. But you've also said you're listening to a huge amount of music on your iPods, and that getting your Spotify playlists onto them as MP3s has been a serious hassle, forcing you to juggle multiple music players. That's until now…

As of today, Spotify is making it possible for everyone to take their playlists with them in one lean, green music machine.

New features include:

Manage your iPod in Spotify! For the first time, seamlessly manage any iPod classic, iPod nano and iPod shuffle in Spotify. Simply connect your iPod to your computer via your USB cable and watch it magically appear in the new 'Devices' section of your Spotify sidebar.
Sync all the MP3s contained in your Spotify playlists to your iPod, and purchase the rest through…

The all-new Spotify download service! Listening to the music you want to hear, wherever you want it, just got a whole lot simpler – and cheaper.
Your playlists are special to you. You've spent untold hours putting together your own mix-tape masterpieces on your computer and want to take them with you, but without the trouble of having to buy each track separately, switching music players or breaking the bank? Then look no further.

Spotify's new MP3 download service makes it possible to own your playlists in one easy step. By introducing a range of MP3 bundles, we've been able to offer you some of the most competitive prices available – from as little as 60 cents per song.

Spotify Mobile app now available to all! iPod integration was your biggest request, but there are also a lot of Spotify Free users out there who are iPhone and Android phone owners. You asked for the ability to buy your MP3 playlists and sync to your phones. So we've got you covered too…

As of today, everyone can download the Spotify Mobile iPhone & Android apps to wirelessly sync your MP3 playlists in Spotify from your computer to your phone. Fire up your mobile app and see your phone appear in the 'Devices' section of the Spotify sidebar, ready to rock and roll. No cables required! And did we mention it's now possible to wirelessly sync these playlists to your iPod touch?

Now everyone can own their favourite Spotify playlists to take wherever they want. Heading out for a run or off on a trip? Buying the songs you want to hear has never been quicker, easier or more affordable.

All new features will begin being rolled out to all users from today as part of an automatic update. Be sure to give us a spin!

Daniel Ek, CEO & Founder of Spotify, says: "From today, Spotify really is the only music player you'll ever need. Our users don't want to have to switch between music players, but they do want to take their playlists with them wherever they go, on a wider range of devices, more simply and at a price they can afford. Now we've made that possible on one of the world's most popular consumer devices."

Gustav Söderström, Chief Product Officer at Spotify, adds: "Accessing music on your mobile phone is the future, but today that makes up a pretty small percentage of music fans. We want to open up the Spotify experience to as many people as possible, and in a way where they can get exactly the music they want at a great price. Check it out – we really hope you like it."

More features to check out in the video below…

[via Gadgetvenue]

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AT&T rep: No new iPhone 5 this Summer

Posted: 04 May 2011 01:58 PM PDT

Apple has been launching new devices around June and July on a regular basis in recent years. However, there are increasing numbers of reports suggesting that the iPhone 5 may be released at Apple's traditional September iPod-focused event instead. This is because the World Wide Developers' Conference this year, to be held in June, Apple is focused on software, leaving observers believe that it's unlikely to see a new iPhone. MacRumor reports that one of their readers got new confirmation from a AT&T customer representative that "there will be no iPhone in June/July".

The disclosure came after the reader noticed that his eligibility date for a subsidized upgrade had been pushed back by over five months and contacted AT&T to inquire about the reason for the change. As part of a response outlining AT&T's criteria for determining upgrade eligibility dates, the agent reportedly offered the following statement as fact:

Apple has informed us that they do not plan to release the iPhone in the June to July time frame, though there will be a newer version in the future. Unfortunately, we have not been given a release time for the new phone. We will release this information on our website when it is available to us.

Apple just released its white iPhone 4 last week. It has been delayed for a long time since its original release date. We are uncertain whether the source of information is in fact reliable or not. However, given the current situation, the release of iPhone 5 may not be as previously expected.

[via macrumours]

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Windows 8 will allow you to choose installation directory

Posted: 04 May 2011 01:19 PM PDT

We are all waiting for Windows 8 with anticipation, and with each leaked version of Windows 8, we find some new exciting features. Windows 8 build 7955 has been leaked, and according to reports, Windows 8 will introduce a new "Specify settings for optional component installation and repair of operating system corruption".

As you know, since the early ages of Windows, we were forced to install our Windows in a predefined folder on our hard drive. According to these reports, that will change thanks to this new feature that allows you to choose the directory in which you want to store Windows 8. Although we don't see the reason why you would want to change the default Windows installation directory, it's still a welcomed feature, although we doubt that many people will use it.

Windows 8 is still a long way away, but we might get the chance to try the beta later this year, while the final release will likely become available in late 2012 or early 2013.

[via Neowin]

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