According to this post at Macrumors the SDK could be delayed by a few weeks.
iBand have their own website now. Not much there at the moment, but let’s hope they grow.
Vito Technology are celebrating being 7 years old by having a sale of their products for 7 days where each application costs only $7.
Vito have a few apps that might be of interest to Windows Mobile users, such as their metronome, but a couple of apps really stand out (especially at $7).
This application has a bunch of useful editing functions.
and Vito SoundExplorer
Another application for performing a variety of sound tasks including encoding from WAV to MP3,
A few news items today:
Windows Mobile and Zune
Brighthand has a post on Windows Mobile and Zune working together more closely, which, in many ways, would make lots of sense, but I wonder if it will happen.
The long awaited environment seems to be continuing to make headway, there’s a new video on the blog and a couple of posts on progress.
and finally …
Although not related to mobile music, I found this story on Microsoft opening up to third party developers really interesting. It makes me wonder where they are going with this and what it will really mean.
If you haven’t tried Bhajis Loops in Live Mode as yet, you really ought to give it a try. I was playing with it to set up some songs for a performance, and I was amazed how flexible it is.
Of course the down side is that if you perform live using only Bhajis Loops it won’t look much like a performance, although you can hardly blame the software for that.
Some other items of news today:
New HP UMPC?
Brighthand has an interesting article on rumours of a new HP UMPC. I’m still not decided on these things as a real alternative to a PDA, maybe one day.
Gets a good review from MEX (Mobile User Experience) at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Another update from screens, although as usual I struggle to get my head around it.
Following on from yesterday’s iBand video I thought I’d see if there were any beatphone videos on YouTube, and of course there are. Here’s one that I quite liked.