Ever since Instagram had its terms of service hullabaloo last year, many people have been looking at different photo-sharing apps in order to fill the void in their app life after they bailed out on Instagram.
There are lots of different ways of sharing your music. This idea, created by Andrew Pairman of the Digital Interaction Design at the University of Dundee, is definitely unique. Each user has a wooden token that contains an RFID chip, on which you’ll find a personalized playlist.
Remember how social media accelerated the uprising in Egypt last year? Or how it pushed for action against Libya? It all started with a few Tweets and Facebook statuses that eventually sparked others in the network to speak up and rally against the oppressors.
Sharing your tunes with your friends is an important part of life, whether it’s through the paltry integrated speakers of your smartphone, device, or with something as ingenious as these twin speakers, which were designed by Roel Deden.
You know the old saying, “Sharing is caring”? Apparently, Sony doesn’t see it that way. Even though many of you like sharing your PlayStation games with friends. Sadly, those in the UK will now be limited to sharing games and content with no more than two PS3 consoles and two handheld consoles.