Muxtape returns – relaunching in the service of bands

Muxtape, the widly popular and short lived service which that let users create virtual mixtapes, is coming back … in a different avatar. The site was pulled down after the RIAA sent the owner, Justin Ouellette a notice, just about a month after the launch. Muxtape already had an impressive 1 millon or so page […]

T-Mobile G1 – World's first Android based Phone Launched

Finally !! The world’s first Android based phone has been launched by T-Mobile. Called the G1, the phone has apparently been made in collaboration with HTC. Why am I so excited about it ? Well, apart from being a pretty decent phone, this is also the first phone in the world to be based on […]

Canonical Offers Sale of Proprietary Codecs for Ubuntu

Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, has decided to offer it’s users the option of purchasing proprietary media codecs. It doesn’t matter if the users purchase their copy of Ubuntu, download it or bought a computer pre-installed with Ubuntu. There is an animated dicussion going on about this news at slashdot and other places. Canonical has […]

Amazon Video on Demand Launched

Amazon’s Video on Demand service has finally moved out of beta and is available for public consumption. Amazon is offering a few free episodes of 30 Rock and Heroes for your viewing pleasure. With Video on Demand Amazon is now an even closer to becoming the center of home entertainment. They already have music, movies […]