Unlike the rumored iPhone application, Windows phones are going to be streaming Netflix over 3G. Windows mobile has been the whipping boy in the phone world recently. It’s been severely behind on a lot of things. Android based phones and Apple’s iPhone have taken advantage of the platform’s failure by gaining a lot of ground in the mobile market, but Windows Phone 7 seems to be a full 180.
Netflix is notorious for giving away the company’s next move with a survey. Back before Netflix hit the Xbox 360, there was a survey asking customers if they’d like to see it. The same happened before the launch of Netflix on the PlayStation 3 and Wii, and it looks like the iPhone is next.
Fully wireless home audio systems are fantastic, but many of them are proprietary, meaning they’ll only work with equipment sold by the same company. A lot of your components can wind up getting shelved in favor of the more convenient listening method.
In this partnership, Olive designed a networked music server that connects to THIEL-designed loudspeakers. The system is IP-based. A minimum system would contain a pair of THIEL’s SCS4D speakers and an Olive 4HD Music Server. Up to four pairs of additional speakers can be added to the system to create a multi-room music system.
Sonneteer has introduced the Morpheus Music Server, which works in conjunction with the Music Centre. In short, this system does it all. It can play music from the Internet, any home computer, flash drives, memory sticks and even your cell phone and radio. In fact, this system has over 12,000 radio stations as well as on-demand programming.