Opera? Check out the first looks from Engadget…
A new mp3 player from European disk/memory/USB drive maker TrekStor is bringing moving parts back into fashion. This is a beatuiful new take on the basic iPod style of interaction design – and it solves the problems associated with the synaptic touch pad wheel.
(Michael Arrington, TechCrunch) “Tonight Pandora is releasing a additional features aimed at increasing interaction among members. These social features include listener profiles with musical preferences, bio information, etc. (previously listeners had only a list of bookmarked songs), as well as listener search and lists of users who are fans of particular bands…”
(Michael Arrington, TechCrunch) “In about an hour, we hear, iLike and TicketMaster will announce a strategic agreement that includes a $13.3 million investment in iLike for 25% of the company.That puts the value of iLike at a whopping $53.2 million. The company launched less than two months ago, on October 25…”
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(centernetworks) “Reevoo, a reviews site that is based on the “trusted review”, has received $5 million in funding. We reviewed the site this summer and thought it was a brilliant way to handle reviews to reduce fraudulent reviews. Check out our interview with CEO Richard Anson from October…”
(centernetworks) “I had the chance to participate in the beta of “The Venice Project”, the next project of the Kazaa and Skype founders. The website describes the software as a new venture that combines the best elements of the TV experience with the most powerful Internet technologies.”