Thursday, October 18, 2007

Amazon DRM-Free MP3's

Amazon are set to take on iTunes and wipe the floor with their new MP3 store! With MP3's now available from 100's of thousands of artists, from major to small independent labels, amazon bring you millions of tunes ready for downloading easily to your iPod, smartphone, mp3 player and your hard-drive. Now that these tunes are available without DRM (Digital Rights Management) you can transfer the tunes to any number of your portable MP3 players, or even burn the tunes to your own CD's. This will definitely give amazon MP3's an edge over music downloaded from iTunes with their restrictions on which media player you can use aand what you can do with the tunes once downloaded.

Amazon are also promoting the new release of their MP3 downloads by making available a free tune each day! Checkout amazon mp3's here. All tunes are compatible with Windows Media Player, iTunes & any music management application or hardware.

Most songs are priced from 89 cents to 99 cents, with more than 1 million of the 2 million songs priced at 89 cents. The top 100 best-selling songs are 89 cents, unless marked otherwise. Most albums are priced from $5.99 to $9.99. The top 100 best-selling albums are $8.99 or less, unless marked otherwise.

Every song on Amazon MP3 is encoded at 256 kilobits per second, which gives customers high audio quality at a manageable file size.

Also available is an amazon download chart to see which are the most popular tunes & albums in dozens of categories!

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Get Paid to Surf on Your Mobile!

M:Metrics are a new survey company who are studying the browsing habits of people using mobile devices such as the Nokia N95 & N73 as well as other web capable mobile devices. The software installed on your device records anonymously your web usage and uploads this data. In return you get £15 for signing up and £5 a month there after, as well as entered into a competition to win a 40" LCD TV!

This is what they say about themselves

The Smart M:Panel is a targeted research panel comprised of Windows, Palm, and Symbian “smartphone” users who voluntarily install a software client on their mobile device that measures their real-world data usage. The software client, or M:Meter, captures activity around messaging, browsing, application usage and media consumption.

Once installed the M:Meter operates with no user interaction. M:Metrics is focused on accurately capturing data usage and consumption while protecting panellists privacy and ensuring our software does not adversely effect device performance.

Monday, October 1, 2007

iPhone Now in the UK! Order it from Amazon!

Amazon have just announced the Apple iPhone is in stock! Expect it to sell very quickly! Priced at £600 and it appears to be unlocked for use on any network as no mention is made of a contract!

Drop me a line if you know anymore than I do!