Music Technology

Mouldable Earphones

Decibullz are wireless, Bluetooth headphones that can be customized to your ear’s shape. Additional information on this Indiegogo Crowdfunding campaign can be found by clicking here.

Goodbye Rdio.

Rdio will be discontinuing their services on December 22nd, 2015 in order to merge with Pandora. But unfortunately Canadians will not be able to use Pandora “due to licensing constraints”.

A listing of other music services can be found by clicking here.

Warning To Internet Explorer/Edge Users

Microsofticon recommends that you update to the latest version as soon as possible because of a potential security issue.

Older versions of Internet Explorer prior to 11 will also not be supported as of January 12th, 2016.

Microsoft

PonoMusic Now Online In Canada

Canadians can now purchase high quality music from the Pono store and the PonoPlayer from Amazon.ca in either black or yellow. And don’t forget to check the Black Friday deals at Amazon.ca.

Vmedia Offers Free Trail

Independent cable provider Vmedia is offering a free trial for their services. Please contact Vmedia for details.

Rogers Cable To Go Fully Digital

I have just received an email from Rogers saying that they “will soon be fully upgraded to an all-digital format for improved picture and sound quality”, which means that they will be dropping all of their analog channels soon.

Customers that use digital set top boxes will not require additional equipment. But Rogers will be providing digital adapters free to customers that have simply connected their televisions to their outlets via rogers.com/digitaladapter and their customer service department at 1-800-530-4034.

The other cable networks may choose to follow Rogers’ example so keep an eye out on your statements and emails.