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There’s some good news coming down the pike for disc jokeys and other performance musicians. Today, Algoriddim launched a website with a teaser video about Djay 2, an upcoming version of its popular dj app.
Not surprisingly, the teaser video is light on details and heavy on production, but that doesn’t really matter — the promo still gets us excited to find out what Algoriddim has up its sleeve. We won’t have to wait too long for the details as the video promises that Djay 2 will be coming soon. You can hop over to Algoriddim’s website to sign up for the company’s newletter and “be the first to know” when the app becomes available.
More Budget iPhone Parts Leak Confirming Color Options, Conceptualized In Beautiful Renders [IMAGES]
The so-called budget iPhone seemed like a ridiculous concept some time ago, a notion reserved for the dreamers or otherwise deluded.
But as time has gone on, the prospect of Apple creating a smartphone aimed at the budget end of the market has become a very real possibility, with various leaks and reports suggesting that such a device is indeed a part of Apple’s plans.
Following the recent Techdy leak of the handset, which combined seemingly legitimate front and back ends to create a visual representation of the alleged device for the world to see, there have been one or two more leaks and concepts thrown up to add even more gasoline to the burning fire. Details after the break!
It’s time to save some of that hard-earned cash with our Daily Deals, featuring a handy list from Dealnews and our own hand-picked selections that include some sweet deals on iOS and OS X software (all prices are USD). Prices are subject to change.
Deals from Dealnews
- MLB: [iPhone / iPod Apps] MLB At Bat 13 July subscription for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android for free
Apple yesterday came up on the losing end of a decision from US District Judge Denise Cote who ruled that Apple did, in fact, collude to artificially raise the price of e-books.
In looking over the decision, I found it interesting that statements made by Steve Jobs were construed as compelling evidence in the eyes of Cote.
Steam is the undisputed ruler of digital game distribution for gamers on Windows PCs as well as Macs. While only a portion of the games on the service’s virtual store shelves are Mac compatible, seeing those titles get huge discounts is always worth celebrating. And celebrate we shall, as Steam has launched its annual summer sale, cutting the prices on many of the service’s most popular titles.
The sale lasts from today through July 22, with new deals revealed every day. On top of that, a “Flash Sales” section will showcase new deals every 8 hours for the entirety of the event. For Mac-equipped gamers, you can currently save anywhere from 20% to 75% on titles like Don’t Starve, Left 4 Dead 2, and Counter Strike: Global Offensive. Get you wallets ready.