Apple Owns 26% of Music Sales – Is That a Bad Thing?

A recent article published in Billboard, then clarified in Fortune, mentions that iTunes has increased their market share of the music market, up from 21.42% in 2008 to 26.65% in 2009. The first glaring thing that I noticed here was in the first paragraph of the Fortune article: Songs streamed directly to cellphones, once touted […]

Lit2Go on iTunes

I was an English Literature Major, so you’ll understand if I’m more than just a little excited about my new find on the iTunes Store: it’s called Lit2Go, and it’s a collection of classic stories and poems, yours to download and listen to for free. There’s a good selection, with something for almost everybody, from […]

Apple Working on Cloud-Based iTunes?

There’s been a lot of talk recently about Apple bringing iTunes, music and video streaming to the cloud. They’re building a mammoth data center in North Carolina, they just bought Lala which is a streaming media service, and then there’s all this iPad talk. Now, CNET is reporting that Apple is working on letting iTunes […]

Avoid the Car Crash Play With the “Traffic Rush” App

The trick is that the busy traffic moves at different speeds, and quite like New York drivers, the vehicle drivers in the game are completely inconsiderate toward one another, and will not slow down even if it means running someone off of the road.

“KickMap” App Makes the New York City Subway Trains Catchable

Let’s hypothetically say that the subway is a dank underground dungeon housing miles of impregnable track that one must follow amidst confusing labyrinths, which lie beneath the concrete castles of New York City, in order to get anywhere. Well that’s New York, and its useful, necessary and intricate underground train system, the subway, is a […]