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banjo

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An Audiophiliac reader speaks out

David H.'s "Skin, Grass, and Sky; Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Cassette Deck" is the winning entry from the recent Audiophiliac reader contest.

By July 9, 2014

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Analog vs. digital music: What's better, and who cares?

The Audiophiliac says forget the tech and enjoy music wherever you can.

By June 25, 2014

Review

Banjo for Android

For social-media butterflies who are into geotagging posts, Banjo's streamlined interface and useful location-aware tools make it worth a download.

July 31, 2012

4.5 stars Editors' rating July 31, 2012

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Banjo for Android (screenshots)

The recently updated Banjo for Android app lets you view people's social networking accounts based on location.

6 Images By July 31, 2012

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Amanda Palmer confronts the 'current nightmare of the modern musician' (Q&A)

The controversial musician and performance artist talks to CNET about Spotify, Kickstarter, and whether the music industry is killing the musicians it needs.

By April 3, 2014

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Bear Simulator: Take the world in your paw

Prowl the world, exploring, fighting, and making friends. It's like Skyrim, only with bears.

By March 19, 2014

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Too much Facebook can make you unfaithful

A study suggests that the human candy store that is Facebook can be too much for those of weak flesh.

By February 4, 2014

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Google's gorgeous Thanksgiving doodle: Everyone can contribute

Another enchanting doodle from the Google factory brings us animals preparing dinner. But what can a fox bring? A banjo, of course.

By November 28, 2013

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Startup Banjo looks to help you connect with folks in real world

Banjo announces major updates to its mobile social-discovery app, which rounds up location data for various social-media services so users can connect with nearby friends.

By February 23, 2012

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Exxon, National Enquirer more deeply loved than Apple?

A survey from ad agency Y&R claims to measure deep-seated emotions. It suggests that brands you mightn't imagine -- yes, like Facebook -- enjoy far more inner-affection than Apple and Google.

By October 8, 2013