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  • Rhapsody intros SongMatch for Android, helps you discover tunes with a simple tap

    Rhapsody intros SongMatch for Android, helps you discover tunes with a simple tap

    There’s certainly no doubt that Rhapsody usually delivers the latest and greatest to the Android crowd first, before eventually taking its on-demand goods elsewhere. Now, not long since completely redesigning its official application on Mountain View’s mobile OS, the music service announced its newest app creation dubbed SongMatch (powered by Gracenote). As the name would adequately tell us, Rhapsody’s app will make it relatively simple to learn more about previously-unknown tunes, with SongMatch offering a one-click feature which can quickly identify music info such as the artist, song and, naturally, the name of the album — you know, similar to what you might see on apps like Shazam and SoundHound. SongMatch is available as a gratis download on the Play and Amazon stores, and Rhapsody’s quick to point out that the app will be great for current subscribers as well as newcomers who may not have an account — that said, the company is hoping to lure some people in, adding that SongMatch is indeed “a great way to introduce new music fans to Rhapsody.”

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  • Qualcomm COO Steve Mollenkopf talks 28nm supply, low-end market and displays

    Qualcomm COO Steve Mollenkopf talks 28nm supply, low-end market and displays

    It goes without saying that it’s been a good year for Qualcomm — so good that the mobile chipmaker invited us over to its San Diego headquarters to share the story. There we met up with President and COO Steve Mollenkopf, who started off the session by reflecting on the 28nm production “issues” since mid-year. Without naming any participating foundries, Mollenkopf carefully reiterated that the supply struggled to match the “tremendous demand” of the new 28nm Krait-based products at the time, but he thinks Qualcomm will be out of that problem starting this month. “It was something that we had this year and last fiscal year, but moving forward, I don’t see that to be an issue,” said Mollenkopf. Judging by the increasing number of devices carrying Qualcomm’s quad-core chipsets, we certainly hope this is the case.

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  • Skype updates terms of service to make mention of ‘Video Messaging’ feature

    Skype updates terms of service to make mention of 'Video Messaging' feature

    Skype hardly has a history of keeping its forthcoming features secret, but then again, surprises aren’t all they’re chalked up to be. This go ’round, an updated terms of service page has outed a heretofore unannounced update: Video Messaging. While it’s not possible to indulge just yet, we’re left to assume that an impending update will enable Skype Premium users (who pay $8.99 per month for certain privileges) to “send and receive an unlimited number of Video Messages.” For those taking advantage of Skype’s free offerings, you’ll be able to send a “limited” amount, though you’ll be able to receive an unlimited quantity of ’em. We’re also told that non-premium members will see their video messages expire within 90 days — unless it was sent by a premium member or you upgrade your account in time, of course — but the TOS makes no mention of when any of this will find itself under public scrutiny. Hopefully it’ll be before those year-end fireworks go up, you know?

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    Via: The Verge, ITWorld

    Source: Skype

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