YouTube turns 6 years old today, and we could spend an entire episode playing our favorite videos, but instead we're shifting gears to a new way to share media: Outloud.fm is a collaborative way to play and discover new music with your friends.
YouTube turns six years old today, and we could spend an entire episode playing our favorite videos, but instead we're shifting gears to a new way to share media: OUTLOUD.FM is a collaborative way to play and discover new music with your friends! Anyone can join a chatroom (or start your own) and immediately begin uploading songs that get added to an infinite playlist. The current song plays simultaneously for everyone in the room, and we've created an exclusive 404 OUTLOUD.FM room for our listeners to share and play their favorite tracks! The three of us will be in the room throughout the day, so log in using your Twitter or Facebook and start uploading music!
Welcome to the bigger and beefier 404 Podcast! Along with the latest news headlines about the Motorola Xoom 2, the rumored Google Drive, and Facebook hoaxes, we'll also chat with our guest, SoundCloud founder and CEO Alexander Ljung, about how SoundCloud is changing the way we listen to music.
T-Mobile continues to push its MyTouch series forward with a dual-core Android superphone.
Amazon has the SDI OutLoud iH80B on sale for $39.99 with free shipping. It works with most iPod models and includes a wireless remote.
Dan the Mantern drops by to promote his latest project with PBS and THIRTEEN.
It's not your regular Buzz Outloud today. From New York City, Wilson G. Tang, Jeff Bakalar, Dan Ackerman and Rex Brian (AKA Scott Stein) take over, and needless to say it's a very different BOL. In this topsy-turvy world, Google's Dr. Eric Schmidt is forced out as CEO. HP joins the fray by rearranging its board of directors with four new members, including former California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman. Verizon files suit against the FCC for rules they proposed, and no, the iPad 2 won't be getting the Retina Display--much to our dismay.