music

  • Podcast: Your Tech Life #371

    This week I talk to co-founder of Tuniversity Kiko Doran who explains the concept of unpacking a song and learning the art of music in a more hands on practical way through their iBook. Plus the Nanoleaf Aurora is now available – my thoughts and review, and your calls...
  • Learn Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” on the iPad thanks to Tuniversity

    iBooks is one of Apple’s least appreciated products.  The concept of an eBook is taken to the extreme by Apple with interactivity and rich multi-media content within an iBook all very possible.  So, why not a series of books to teach you music?  Welcome to Tuniversity! I love Garage...
  • Pandora shutting down in Australia

    Streaming music service Pandora is pulling up stumps in Australia and will no longer work in Australia in just a few weeks. In a blow to the many who have signed up, or been streaming music from Pandora Aussie listeners simply won’t be able to listen any more. A...
  • Bringing back your music – Rega Planar 2 Turntable Review

    For the older generation reading this, it’s time to rekindle some great music memories.  For you young ones – it’s time to discover music as it was intended.  Vinyl baby, Vinyl. Now I’m no audiophile, so I’m not here to compare the sound quality of this versus that, but...
  • Will Apple’s TV shows sway me from Spotify?

    As a long term Spotify user I have only once had second thoughts about monthly renewals. That was this week. When Apple Music first launched in Australia it was natural that I jumped onto the trial and gave it a whirl. Naturally their music library was extensive, worked perfectly...
  • Apple Music vs Spotify: Sorry Spotify, Apple Music just knows me better

    When it comes to streaming music services there has been a lot of options available over the years and while many have come and gone it’s hard to deny that we’re left with two major players – Spotify and Apple Music, over the last few months I’ve been flicking...
  • Apple’s playlist for Australia day: Top 100 Aussie Songs

    Looking for songs to play on Australia Day?  Apple’s Australian team have put together a ‘Top 100 Australian Songs’ playlist for your listening pleasure....
  • The Gadget for the Bass Addict

    You can go out today and spend hundreds, even thousands on a new pair of headphones. Every pair and every extra dollar comes with a promise to bring it all to life, like you are in the room with the artist. It can certainly begin to sound like it,...
  • Apps to get you into the Christmas spirit!

    Christmas isn’t far off and you’re still carrying that smartphone around with you everywhere, so why not make the most of it and get into the Christmas Spirit! ...
  • Apple Music Festival lineup includes something for everyone in 2016

    London’s Roundhouse will fire up for 10 nights of music in September as part of the 10th anniversary of Apple’s iTunes Music Festival where some of the world’s best artists play live for an audience both at the venue and online via Apple Music....
  • Europe comes to Sydney

    A food festival is a wonderful thing. A music festival is a wonderful thing. An Open Air Cinema is a wonderful thing. Putting all three into one festival… is a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful thing. The BBR Festival is primarily a French Festival, held over Bastille weekend from Thursday the...
  • Optus unleashes streaming music for customers – unmetered data use

    Optus customers rejoice, you can now stream hours of music without any impact on your mobile data allowance. Optus today announced a bunch of features for customers including free streaming for major music services....
  • Aussies love the Beatles on Spotify – Especially at 10am

    The Beatles held out for a long time before releasing their music digitally, and then even longer before making it available to stream on services like Apple Music or Spotify.  But now, just 100 days into this “streaming revolution” the data is in and the fab-four are as popular...
  • iFrogz Little Rockers Headphones – Cute, Comfy and Good for the kids ears

    There’s no separating the kids from their devices in this day and age, but when they start to get interested in music and games which require the sound to be on most parents are going to be keen to throw some headphones on so it’s not something the whole...
  • A new speaker and an update for the rest

    In a recent meeting Sonos sat down with EFTM to highlight two new pieces of news which can now revealed. The new Sonos Play: 5 and the introduction of a new tuning feature called Trueplay.   Trueplay For anyone who has a Sonos speaker, listen up! Trueplay is coming...
1 2 3 5
At #CES2017 the team
from @EFTM stay
connected #RoamingOn
Vodafone