With new smartphone models hitting the stores left and right, it seems someone might just be angling for a little attention for their "iPhone Killer."
Emblaze Ltd., the Israeli company well-known for their years of work in streaming media, has decided, hot on the heels of releasing their new smartphone, that it was also time to hit Cupertino with a little legal action.
OnLive caused rifts earlier this year with its plans to release “cloud
gaming” software, which would allow users and gamer aficionados to use
software to play video games, instead of piecing together
often-expensive hardware to run the latest gaming titles.
Yesterday many people discovered that the EyeTV application from Elgato
allowed anyone with an EyeTV to stream live television from their Mac to
the iPhone over the AT&T 3G network. Apple later pulled the
application from the App Store, but a new version is already in the
Simplify Media connects your iPhone to your friends' music libraries.
One of the features of iTunes that comes in handy on large networks is the ability to share music libraries with other iTunes users. Simplify Media extended this functionality in iTunes back in 2007 by allowing sharing with up to 30 other people outside of the local network. Its new mobile app enables streaming over Wi-Fi or over the cellular network, to allow even more portable access to friends’ music libraries.
Lets face it, you have way more than 16GB of music at home. You've set up a Smart playlist to shuffle your songs, but when you got a hankering to listen to Minor Threat and the closest thing you got on your iPhone at the moment is Avril Lavigne. Well, it's a pain.