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Briefly: Pandora 5.3's new alarm clock, Readdle updates iOS apps

04/14, 2:42pm

Pandora iOS app updated, adds alarm clock feature

Music discovery service Pandora has released an update for its iOS app, adding an alarm clock feature for iPad users. Pandora makes musical recommendations based on a particular artist, song, genre or composer, and allows for the creation of personalized stations based on the user's preferences. Pandora's alarm clock plays a preferred station as its alert, and includes a "snooze" button that provides an additional wake-up several minutes later. The iOS app is available for free download through iTunes, and requires iOS 6.0 or later. A Pandora account is free to try, with an advertisement-free option available as a $4 monthly subscription.

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Pandora increasing ad-free subscription rate for new subscribers

03/19, 10:27am

New rate for new users to offset dramatic increase in cost of business

Online music streamer Pandora is raising its prices for new subscribers. The current subscription cost for unlimited and ad-free Pandora One is climbing 25 percent to $5 per month, up from $4. Existing Pandora One monthly subscribers that remain active will not experience a price increase and will continue to pay $4 per month. The company cites rapidly-growing costs to deliver the service as the reason for the price hike.

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Judge rules Pandora to pay 1.85 percent annual revenue rate to ASCAP

03/16, 4:10pm

Rate lower than ASCAP requested, higher than terrestrial radio

US Federal Court Judge Denise Cote has issued a ruling in a case between streaming music service Pandora and music publishers, which has set a new rate at which Pandora Radio will have to pay to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) for performance rights on streaming radio. The rate is set slightly higher than the 1.7 percent Radio Music Licensing Committee rate for terrestrial radio Pandora argued was appropriate, but far less than the tiered rate ASCAP proposed.

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Statista: iTunes Radio already 3rd most popular music streamer

03/10, 11:50pm

Close to capturing second, but still far behind reigning champ Pandora

Barely six months after it debuted, Apple's iTunes Radio has already eclipsed Spotify and Google Play All Access (and others) to become the third most popular music streaming service in the US, according to a new report from Statista. While long-time veteran Internet radio station Pandora continues to maintain a clear lead over all rivals, it has taken 14 years for the latter service to reach its current level of 70 million active listeners (as of last April) and it continues to struggle with profits.

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No Pandora CarPlay integration; Apple shows off CarPlay for Ferrari

03/04, 9:38am

Pandora support could come down the road

As it stands, Apple's CarPlay doesn't currently support Pandora, according to an official statement. When CarPlay was announced on Monday, Apple initially highlighted just Spotify, Beats Radio, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and its own Podcasts and iTunes Radio as compatible music/podcast-themed apps. "At this time, Pandora is not integrated with Apple CarPlay," the Pandora statement reads. "As a first mover in the auto space, we continue to broaden our relationships with OEMs while also exploring other opportunities to expand our presence in the car. Apple has been and continues to be a valued partner."

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iPhone surges to 42 percent of US smartphone ownership

01/16, 1:03pm

Samsung advances to 26 percent

US iPhone ownership leapt to 42 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013, up from 35 percent a year ago, according to new NPD figures. Samsung phones also advanced, but from 22 percent to roughly 26 percent. LG was the only other major manufacturer to see a gain, inching ahead slightly to 8 percent. Motorola and HTC both fell under the 10 percent mark, and BlackBerry ownership shrank even further to 2 percent.

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FCC sides with ASCAP, stalls Pandora's radio-station acquisition

01/16, 12:18pm

Commission cites foreign-ownership rules

The Federal Communications Commission has reportedly sided with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), stalling Pandora's application to acquire a terrestrial radio station based in Rapid City, South Dakota. The commission is said to have notified the streaming music company of the decision, which cites foreign-ownership rules as a remaining hurdle, according to a Billboard report.

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Briefly: Pandora station recommendations, Freesat companion app

01/16, 6:51am

Pandora adds station recommendations to iOS, Android app

Pandora has updated its iOS and Android apps to offer its users recommendations for new stations based on artists the user listens to. The Personalized Station Recommendations will show up to six suggestions based on current listening preferences and previous likes and dislikes, claims the Pandora blog, with future station suggestions to be further improved the more music the user listens to. Users can find the recommendations when they create a new station, or if they scroll to the bottom of their station list.

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Spotify raises $250 million in funding, with $4B valuation

11/21, 7:20pm

Spotify secures quarter billion in new funding round

Popular music streaming service Spotify has completed a new round of funding, one in which it raised $250 million dollars, according to The Wall Street Journal. Silicon Valley firm Technology Crossover Ventures played a big role in the newest funding push, according to reports, and the new infusion of cash has sources claiming the firm is possibly worth more than $4 billion. Spotify, reportedly, will use the new cash to expand its global operations, pushing into Asian markets such as Japan.

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Briefly: Pandora for Android tablets, Verizon Ellipsis tablet leaks

10/31, 7:33am

Pandora updates Android app with tablet UI, Chromecast streaming

Pandora has updated its Android app with a new design specifically for tablets. Aside from offering an interface made for a larger display, Pandora 5.0 for tablets retains most of the features the smaller-screen version currently offers, with more details for stations available to read, lyrics and artist information, and improved social sharing. The update also introduces Chromecast streaming for the first time.

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Bose launches SoundTouch wireless speaker system with audio presets

10/10, 1:09pm

Apps can configure SoundTouch presets with Internet radio, specific albums

Bose is taking on Sonos by making a version of its SoundLink speakers that are designed for home use. The SoundTouch range of wireless home audio speakers consists of three speakers that all connect over an existing Wi-Fi network, and are able to pull audio from song libraries on the local network as well as over the Internet.

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New iTunes Radio service gains 11M listeners; Pandora stock plunges

09/23, 11:58pm

Drop in Pandora stock price affecting new stock issuance for funds generation

Likely as a result of Apple's entry into the marketplace, music streaming service Pandora's stock price has fallen as much as 10 percent from the day's start after Apple claimed to have drawn more than 11 million unique listeners to iTunes Radio. Pandora fell more than 10 percent to $24.26 at close, $0.74 less than its initial offering price. By contrast, Apple climbed nearly five percent to $490.64 on the day, with an additional after-hours rise of $2.11, following a pair of investor-friendly announcements involving the iTunes Radio listenership, plus heavy iPhone sales.

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Pandora, Flipboard among apps making major updates for iOS 7

09/18, 9:56am

Many updates squarely compatibility-focused

Since Tuesday night, a number of iOS apps have been receiving major updates in time for today's launch of iOS 7. One important entry is Pandora, which has gained a new, flatter look in keeping with iOS 7's aesthetics. The bulk of changes otherwise focus on iPad support, namely carrying over features of the iPhone app such as the ability to quickly add variety to a station or see song lyrics. A new swiped-in third pane on the iPad makes it easier to find new music or keep track of friend feeds.

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Pandora wins part of ASCAP court case, labels can't withdraw content

09/17, 11:28pm

Table set for December 4 trial about 'fair licensing fees' for Pandora

Music streaming service Pandora has won one of its many court cases in Manhattan Federal Court today. The judgement will prevent some music publishers from restricting the terms of music rebroadcast licenses or withdrawing content from the service, and forces the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) to adhere to existing licensing terms with the "new media" company Pandora.

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Pandora ends CEO hunt, names Brian McAndrews new boss

09/11, 7:22pm

McAndrews served as MS VP, holds board position with NY Times

Music streaming company Pandora today announced that the company’s Board of Directors has appointed Brian McAndrews, formerly of Madrona Venture Group, Microsoft and aQuantive, to succeed Joe Kennedy as Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman, effective immediately. McAndrews currently serves on the boards of The New York Times, Grubhub Seamless, and AppNexus.

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Pandora celebrates profitable quarter by pulling mobile listening cap

08/22, 6:20pm

40-hour limit repealed for mobile, company cites 'surgical levers'

Streaming music service Pandora will be purging the 40-hour mobile listening cap, according to the company's Chief Financial Officer Mike Herring. Citing improvements in the advertising business, the company claims to be able to lift the limit with no impact on usage or costs to the company. The news came amidst a decent quarter, albeit with a warning on the annual earnings, with the company posting a quarterly revenue of $162 million. Earnings came in at $0.04 per share.

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ASCAP to FCC: deny Pandora's radio station buy

07/29, 7:14pm

ASCAP claims Pandora meets none of the wickets for proper broadcast

The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) has filed a formal protest with the US Federal Communications Commission, opposing streaming radio purveyor Pandora's attempted purchase of a radio station in Rapid City, South Dakota. ASCAP is opposing the deal on procedural grounds, saying that Pandora failed to properly reveal its international interests involved in the company, and in not doing so, isn't properly proving that it does not exceed foreign ownership rules set by the FCC.

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Google introduces Chromecast media streamer for $35, ships today

07/24, 1:53pm

USB-powered media player remotely controlled by mobile devices, computers

After revealing the latest version of the Nexus 7 tablet, Google today introduced an HDMI dongle that will stream videos and show other content from smartphones, tablets, or computers to a HDTV or other large displays. Hinted at by an FCC filing in May, the Chromecast plugs straight into a TV, and can be controlled remotely via mobile devices or the Chrome browser over a local Wi-Fi connection.

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Pandora iOS app gets mute/pause suport, better buffering

07/09, 9:40am

Mobile gets same URLs as website

Music streaming service Pandora has released an update to its iOS app, v4.4. The release makes two significant changes to playback, the first being automatic pausing when a person mutes their device. It also improves buffering, which should smooth out listening over 3G and 4G connections.

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BMI takes issue with Pandora station buy, files music licensing suit

06/13, 9:29pm

BMI accuses Pandora of using FM purchase as end run around license laws

Just over 24 hours after Pandora announced that it had acquired a terrestrial FM radio station in an attempt to pay less in music licensing fees, BMI filed suit in New York accusing Pandora of duplicity as it wrangles new music licenses. The music industry company suit is asking the court to order "reasonable, market-driven fees for Pandora" seemingly implying that it had not given Pandora such terms, and calling the purchase of the radio station a "stunt."

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Pandora purchases terrestrial FM station to obtain lower music rates

06/11, 11:41pm

Move forces ASCAP, others to license music at favorable rates

In an effort to qualify for equal music licensing terms as conventional broadcast radio, Internet streaming music service Pandora has purchased Rapid City, SD radio station KXMZ-FM. The purchase comes in response to the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) engaging in what Pandora calls "discriminatory treatment" in licensing music to the Internet streamer.

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Briefly: Pandora adds Facebook integration, OmniPresence syncing

05/23, 12:02pm

Pandora iOS app gains new Facebook sharing features

Pandora has updated its iOS app with Facebook Open Graph support, allowing users to share their listening activity directly on the social network. A new "Publish" option has been added to the settings of the iOS app and the web-based player, allowing users to share music from wherever they are. Users are also provided with a number of controls that let them customize what information is shared. Finally, the update also offers an enhanced track menu that can be used to create a new station, as well as share, purchase, and bookmark music.

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Briefly: Wacom Bamboo Stylus mini, Pandora Android updates

04/02, 9:53am

Wacom creates 1.85-inch Bamboo Stylus mini with on-device storage

Wacom has created a smaller version of its Bamboo Stylus line for mobile devices. The Bamboo Stylus mini has a brass-plated 1.85-inch body with a nine-millimeter (0.35-inch) diameter and soft rubber coating. The nib of the stylus can be changed for another from the Wacom range, including both firm and soft versions, while a strap and dummy plug allows it to be plugged into the headphone socket of a mobile device for storage. The Bamboo Stylus mini is on sale for $19.

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Pandora deepens 2013 loss, announces search for new CEO

03/07, 7:38pm

CEO Joe Kennedy staying with company until replacement found

Streaming music provider Pandora has declared while announcing its most recent set of quarterly earnings that CEO Joe Kennedy would resign from the company. Overall, Pandora lost $0.09 per share in the fourth quarter, with a $0.23 loss per share on the year -- losing less than estimated by Wall Street. A search for a replacement executive is underway, and Kennedy will stay with the company for a tenth year to help with the transition.

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Apple proposing half Pandora's royalty rate for streaming

03/07, 1:09pm

Record labels balking at Apple offer, report says

As an initial offer to a record label for a forthcoming streaming service, Apple recently proposed a royalty rate of just 6 cents per 100 songs, sources for the New York Post claim. "Apple wants a rate that is lower than Pandora's," one executive is quoted as saying. Pandora pays labels 12 cents per 100 songs, which itself is below the Copyright Royalty Board's standard 21 cents for digital-only streaming. Spotify pays 35 cents, according to the Post's sources.

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Pandora cuts free unlimited mobile listening to 40 hours

02/27, 5:28pm

In-app purchase allows for listening after cutoff

Streaming music provider Pandora announced today that it would cease its unlimited ad-supported mobile music streaming. Starting March 1, US Pandora listeners will be reduced to 40 hours of free ad-supported streaming by way of mobile devices every month, unless they choose a $0.99 in-app purchase to continue listening for the rest of the month. The policy change does not affect users paying for the premium "Pandora One" service.

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Pioneer Wi-Fi speaker firmware update adds Pandora, vTuner

12/13, 8:22pm

SMA series update adds internet streaming as input source

Pioneer Electronics has deployed a free firmware update that adds the Pandora Internet radio and vTuner Internet radio services as available features on its line of SMA series Wi-Fi speaker systems, the XW-SMA1-K, XW-SMA3-K and XW-SMA4-K. With the update, Pandora and vTuner are incorporated as sources available on the wireless speakers.

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Pandora launches full service in Australia, New Zealand

12/10, 8:40pm

Mobile app for Android, iOS plus web browser access commences

Pandora, the leading internet radio service in the US, is now fully live in Australia and New Zealand, marking the first time the service has been available outside the United States. Following a web browser-only soft launch, the personalized radio service can now be accessed in full with smartphone apps for iOS and Android devices, in addition to the Web-based player.

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Pandora sues ASCAP in a bid to lower royalty rates

11/05, 7:14pm

Five-year 'experimental' rate deemed unhealthy for Pandora

In parallel with its attempt to lobby the US Congress for lower royalty rates on recordings, music streaming company Pandora Media is suing ASCAP, the organization that represents songwriters and composers, to seek lower licensing fees through 2015. Pandora is seeking a blanket licensing fee that would cover all songs, claiming that the current fees set a decade ago prevent profitability.

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Boxee TV now at Walmart, gets free No Limits DVR trial

11/01, 11:45am

Holiday promotion of Boxee TV promises 3-month cloud DVR trial

As expected, the Boxee TV is now available for purchase at Walmart. The big box store chain is the only retail location to purchase the device, with online purchasing at Boxee's site the other option. The $98 piece of hardware includes a digital antenna, and word is buyers will get a three-month trial period to the No Limits DVR service.

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Pandora updated for iOS, Android, coming to Windows

10/29, 6:09pm

Windows Phone version to get year of ad-free music

Pandora has announced an update to its app for both iOS and Android smartphones. The new update, which brings the app to version 4.0, is hailed by Pandora as the biggest redesign since its launch on the two major platforms. The company also confirmed Microsoft's report from earlier in the day that those using Pandora on Windows Phone 8 would get a year of ad-free service on the streaming radio app.

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Boxee TV lets users watch TV content in high definition

10/16, 11:55am

Boxee TV gets subscription-based No Limits DVR capability, $100 price tag

Boxee, which traditionally made products that focused on streaming multimedia content from local storage and the web, has now introduced the aptly named Boxee TV. It will let users watch live TV content from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and other channels in high definition. It also doubles as a DVR and bring Internet Apps to a connected HDTV.

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Pandora listeners up, but stock price continues drop

09/10, 6:55pm

Investor fears that Apple will start up own streaming service

Streaming radio purveyor Pandora has announced its monthly listener metrics in an effort to stem its declining stock price. The firm announced that its market share in US radio listening has increased to 56.2 million active listeners, about 48 percent higher than a year ago, and 1.3 million more listeners than it had in July. However, since rumors of Apple working on a music streaming service appeared, Pandora's stock continues to lose money.

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Pandora stock takes a beating on Apple music service rumor

09/07, 4:31pm

Three months of Pandora stock price gains lost in one day

Following a report that Apple was planning its own streaming music service, shares of Pandora Music have plummeted more than 16 percent, with most of the losses happening overnight following the wide distribution of the rumor. According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple has been in negotiations with record labels to license music for a service that would play songs based on listener's genre or artist selection.

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Digital music set to outsell discs; streaming leads growth

08/16, 1:13am

Streaming revenue growth outpaces downloads by 5x

Digital music revenues are forecast to finally excede physical media sales globally sometime as early as 2015, driven by strong growth from streaming services such as Pandora and Spotify, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. Spending on digital music, including downloads and streaming services, is expected to increase by 17.8 percent to $8.6 billion in 2012, as revenue from packaged sales drops by an estimated 12.1 percent.

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Briefly: Velocomp phone mount, Team GB S III, Roku Pandora

08/01, 2:43pm

Velocomp unveils iBike Moto iPhone motorcycle mount

Velocomp has launched a new motorcycle mounting system for the iPhone, the iBike Moto. The mount is made of machined aluminium by motorcycle specialist Techmount, attachable to the handlebars and capable of swiveling 360 degrees. A water- and shock-resistant case covers the iPhone, closed by a Click-Latch mechanism. The included iBike Moto App acts as a digital dashboard and fuel gauge, as well as the mapping system. The iBike Moto is on sale for $80.

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Netgear intros NeoTV Pro media hub with Intel WiDi support

06/07, 11:03am

Netgear NeoTV Pro gets Intel WiDi support, Netgear adds four new channels

Netgear has now followed up its NeoTV 200 media hub with a new NeoTV Pro version that most significantly adds support for Intel's WiDi tech. This lets compatible Intel desktops and notebooks wirelessly stream what's on their displays through the media hub to an HDTV. The box otherwise retains the same Netflix, Hulu Plus, Vudu, YouTube, and Pandora streaming of the original.

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Pandora controls 70 percent of US Internet radio market

05/25, 7:16am

Net loss per share advised despite increased revenues

Internet radio service Pandora claims to control over 70 percent of the US Internet radio market. The company's recent earnings report covering the first quarter of the 2012-2013 fiscal year touted details of over 3 billion listening hours on the service by over 150 million users. The net loss for the year is expected to be up to $0.11 per share, despite both subscription and advertising revenue increasing in year-on-year comparisons.

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Spotify reportedly prepping US Internet radio option

04/26, 9:40am

Spotify may compete with Pandora, Slacker

Spotify might be gearing up a more formal Internet radio option, a pair of sources claimed Thursday. While it already has basic radio features, the new method outlined to Bloomberg would be more akin to one like at Pandora or Slacker, where explicitly labeling it as radio would get government-regulated lower royalty rates. The method would also purportedly get it access to artists that normally wouldn't sign for the usual on-demand Spotify system.

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Sony's dual-core S790 Blu-ray player ships, takes pre-orders

04/22, 12:15pm

Sony BDP-S790 due on May 6

Sony on Sunday said it was on the verge of shipping its most advanced Blu-ray player for the year, the BDP-S790. The networked movie hub is due to reach stores May 6. Pre-orders are starting now for the player, which costs $250.

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Dish Network upgrades Hopper DVR service with Pandora

04/19, 9:15pm

Gives subscribers access to 900,000 tracks

Earlier today, Dish Network introduced streaming music service Pandora as an enhancement to the Hopper Whole Home HD digital video recorder (DVR) system. Either a new account or an existing account can be used with the upgrade. A persistent internet connection is required to access Pandora content.

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D-Link MovieNite promises 1080p streaming for $60

04/10, 3:05pm

D-Link adds MovieNite media hub

D-Link threw itself into low-cost media hubs Tuesday with the MovieNite. Borrowing from the design cues of the Apple TV and Roku 2, the device at $60 is one of the least expensive capable of 1080p video. Its primary sources are Netflix, Vudu, and YouTube for video as well as Pandora for streaming music and Picasa for photos.

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Rdio preps radio-like, hands-off listening

04/06, 4:30pm

Rdio working on new free-flowing radio feature

Online music streaming service Rdio plans to offer a radio-like listening option to its service, letting users set and forget a station or constant music playback, VP of Product Malthe Sigurdsson revealed in an interview with GigaOM. Doing so would mimic similar features from competitors like Spotify and Slacker, the latter offering it on their paid, Premium service.

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Pioneer reveals two Elite AV receivers with AirPlay/DLNA

04/03, 10:50pm

Pioneer adds two Elite AV receivers, AirPlay/DLNA

Pioneer has taken the covers off to new additions to its Elite range of AV receivers. Both the Elite VSX-42 and the Elite VSX-60 sport AirPlay support for lossless iTunes and iOS streaming, as well as support for DLNA (1.5) and Bluetooth audio streaming with an optional Bluetooth adapter. They also come with vTuner Internet radio, which is extended in the VSX-60 to include support for Pandora and Sirius XM.

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Garmin dips into in-car GPS and media with Suzuki

04/02, 11:45am

Garmun makes in-car info system for 2013 Suzukis

Garmin branched out into in-car GPS and media systems for the first time Monday through a deal with Suzuki. "Most" 2013 model year Suzuki cars will get a 6.1-inch touchscreen interface that both covers the prerequisite GPS navigation as well as support for playing back from phones and iPods through USB, the aux-in jack, or Bluetooth. The system supports voice control to keep hands on the wheel, and smartphone links that include Pandora radio access for iPhone users and broader tools for gas, parking, traffic, and weather drawn from Android phones.

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Chevy GogoLink to tap smartphones for in-car GPS

03/28, 9:35pm

Chevy GogoLink to undercut Ford for GPS options

GM on Wednesday sought to counter the navigation side of Ford Sync with a unique option depending on smartphones. GogoLink will give Chevy Sonic and Spark drivers in-car, turn-by-turn navigation by using a smartphone app that relays its position and info to the touchscreen in the center stack. It should range from basic points of interest coverage with offline map caching to Google-based local searches, live traffic, and 3D mapping.

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Roku remote app reaches Android

03/02, 8:15pm

Turns smartphones into remotes for media players

Roku has released an app for Android devices (free, Android Market). With it, users can control one of the company's streaming media players with a smartphone instead of the remote that normally comes with the hub. Roku made a similar app available for iOS devices in December (free, App Store).

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Ford to bring Sync to B-Max in Europe, launch AppLink

02/27, 12:05pm

Sync coming to Europe in Ford B-Max first

Ford at MWC revealed it will debut its Sync in-car infotainment system in Europe on the upcoming B-Max minivan. The service will be available in nine languages, including UK English, EU French, EU Spanish, EU Portuguese, German, Italian, Turkish, Dutch, and Russian. At the same time, the carmaker introduced Sync AppLink globally, the system meant to allow drivers to operate their handsets using their voice.

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OpenPandora to ship 4,000 handhelds in February

01/25, 11:35am

OpenPandora offers gaming handheld for pre-order

Germany's OpenPandora will begin shipping a handheld UMPC/gaming console in February. The device has been in the works for nearly four years, having suffered through production and shipping delays. It still carries no name and there are 4,000 units slated for shipping in February. The company did ship 2,800 units to date since May, 2010.

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RCA adds streaming speaker bar with Netflix, Pandora, more

01/09, 1:15pm

RCA soundbar to stream Netflix, Vudu, Pandora

At a pre-CES event, RCA showed off a new sound bar that connects to the web to let subscribers access their Netflix, Pandoara, Vudu and other services. The 37-inch RCA Wi-Fi Home Theater Sound Bar (model RTS739WS) is paired with two satellite speakers a subwoofer to deliver surround sound. There is an HDMI output and an optical audio input for adding audio from a TV or other source such as a set-top or receiver.

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