Get cloud-based iTunes music enjoyment on iPhone with mSpot

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Every time that you download a new song on iTunes using your MacBook, you have to then sync your playlist with your iPhone if you want to have that song with you on the road. That’s the old way of doing things. mSpot changes how you get music on your iPhone, because it pushes your iTunes collection into the cloud.

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Boxee Box getting closer with pre-orders and new Intel chipset

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If you were going to jump for that Apple TV, you may want to hold off, as the DLink Boxee Box is planned to hit mail boxes this November. The original launch was slated for June, but due to a switch from the NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipest, to an Intel Atom CE4100 platform, Boxee Box is now back on track and is taking pre-orders for $199.

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Monsoon Vulkano STB records and streams just about everything

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Want to set up a box in your home that can be used not only to record all of your favorite programming, but also to stream said content to all sorts of other devices? The Monsoon Vulkano is a placeshifting media streamer that follows the company’s HAVA line and claims to do all that and more.

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Didiom Placeshifting connects all your music to one mobile device

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With thousands of audio files in your iTunes library and growing, how do you access your massive archives of digital music without having to “sync” before hitting the road? Didiom has a solution.

Didiom is a New York based company who has released a service called Didiom Pro. They take your digital media from your home computer network and let you access it from your mobile phone. Much faster and simpler than syncing or copying files over to memory chips or USB.

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