Tag Archive: Remix

YouTube Remix will reportedly kill Google Play Music

The arrival of YouTube Remix (or revamped YouTube Music) later this year might mean we’ll have to say goodbye to Google Play Music.

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YouTube Remix may usher in the demise of Google Play Music

Back in December, we heard that YouTube was working on its own streaming music option. At the time, the team had already secured a deal with at least one major label, and the report indicated that they were working on securing the other labels as well. There were some questions regarding the future of Google Play Music, since it didn’t seem likely that Google would need two streaming music services out there.

Now Droid-Life has a report that aims to shed  [Read More…]

Google Play Music might be killed off this year in favor of YouTube Remix

Users are said to be forced off Play Music by the end of the year.

Right now, the state of Google’s music streaming services is a bit of a mess. Google Play Music is the company’s most notable player, but you can also listen to tunes and watch music videos via YouTube Red. If you’re on mobile, you can separately download the YouTube Music app that also comes with a Play Music/YouTube Red subscription. This jumble of services isn’t  [Read More…]

YouTube’s upcoming Remix music streaming service reportedly launching in March

A few months ago, YouTube’s global head of music, Lyor Cohen confirmed the add-free YouTube Red service and Google Play Music will be merged into a new subscription service. Now a new report coming out of Bloomberg sheds more light on the matter. Apparently, the new service – internally referred to as Remix – is […]

V-MODA REMIX Bluetooth Speaker review

Since its launch nearly a decade ago, V-MODA has been steadily putting out high-quality audio products, namely around headphones and amplifiers. Its latest product, the REMIX, is its first ever Bluetooth speaker. While it stands on its own as a small footprint speaker, it packs an internal headphone amplifier and supports Amazon Alexa (via Echo […]

V-MODA unveils REMIX, its first ever Bluetooth speaker

V-MODA, makers of high-end headphones and audio devices, today announced its first foray into the world of Bluetooth speakers. Called the REMIX, its a portable unit that comes in two premium finishes: minimal CNC aluminum and luxurious vegan leather. After developing our critically acclaimed headphones, we felt it was time to evolve, to “remix” the […]

Remix OS for Mobile transforms your Android smartphone into a PC

Back at CES 2015, a little-known device maker called Jide launched a 2-in-1 Android tablet called Remix, which looked very much like Microsoft’s Surface hybrid. The device actually ran a custom version of Android called Remix OS which bundled features such a taskbar and support for running apps in re-sizable windows. What Jide was trying […]

10.8-inch Chuwi Vi10 Plus runs Remix OS 2.0 and is now available

As we look ahead to the next season of school (yes already), some of us are hoping to pick up some tech to make us more productive. For a few people this means a new smartphone. For others, it could mean a tablet. And for even others, this means a notebook/tablet hybrid device. One such device

The PC-based Remix OS gets migrated to Android Marshmallow

Jide Technology’s Remix OS, which forks Android so it can work on PC desktops and notebooks, has been migrated to Marshmallow with its latest update.

Along with the Marshmallow upgrade, Jide stated the Remix OS has added support for over 12 more PCs with this new version, along with “system stability improved over previous versions” and improved user experience on multiple windows and other key features”. Jide launched the first public alpha of Remix OS in  [Read More…]

Forget waiting on Chromebooks, scoop up a Remix Mini Android PC for $65

One of the bigger announcements to come out of Google I/O this year was that Chromebooks will soon support Android apps. Starting with a select few this year, and expanding to a decent list later on, it brings Android to a new set of hardware. What if you don’t want to wait, though? What if