updated 12:30 am EDT, Fri March 21, 2014
Pure announces new radio, availability of SiriusXM Internet Radio on devices
Pure has announced the availability of its new Internet and FM radio, the Evoke F4, including its access to SiriusXM Internet Radio for subscribers.The Evoke F4 is equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, and can be used both on its own or grouped together with other speakers for delivery a multi-room audio system. Central features of the radio include recording live Internet streams to USB memory sticks through instant and timed recordings, touch-sensitive controls, a large clear graphical display, input for MP3 player and headphones, 12 hours of portable listening per charge, and more.
Users of the Evoke F3, One Flow and Sensia 200D Connect can also now access SiriusXM's radio programming, which ranges from commercial-free music, comedy, news, exclusive talk and more. An active subscription to SiriusXM Internet Radio service is required. The Evoke F4 is priced at $230 and can be purchased online.
Pikock launches all-in-one website creation platform
Pikock has recently launched an all-in-one website creation platform geared towards though who do not know how to code HTML. Allowing users to build and launch sites that are adaptive to a range of devices, Pikock offers website creation with ready-to-use yet customizable templates. Users can also change content using contextual menus and keyboard shortcuts, as well as editing images within the platform. Packages begin at $2 per month for one page, and $20 per month for unlimited pages for US customers, as well as a variety of features including hosting and optional PayPal integration.