YouTube gets ready to dabble into streaming music
YouTube’s music streaming service is on its way, and the site is making preparations to penalize record labels that haven’t agreed to its terms.
“Our goal is to continue making YouTube an amazing music experience, both as a global platform for fans and artists to connect, and as a revenue source for the music industry,” a YouTube spokesperson wrote. “We’re adding subscription-based features for music on YouTube with this in mind — to bring our music partners new revenue streams in addition to the hundreds of millions of dollars YouTube already generates for them each year. We are excited that hundreds of major and independent labels are already partnering with us.”
YouTube is already the most popular music streaming platform, but isn’t organized the way iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio or Pandora are. YouTube is aiming to change that and share in the millions of dollars of subscriptions that Spotify, iHeartRadio & Pandora currently enjoy.
Dry-Age your own beef
Thats right! If you’ve ever drooled over the steaks at your favorite steakhouse, or even in some Whole Foods stores, you can now have the same flavorful cuts of beef right in your own home with Steaklocker.
Steaklocker came up with a home-sized aging cabinet that, for a pre-order pledge of $555, runs significantly cheaper than the $5,000 or so that a restaurant-grade meat locker will set you back. And with built-in technology that promises to monitor and adjust the temperature and humidity, and a smartphone app that works like a beef baby monitor, you’ll know exactly when your steaks have reached peak deliciousness. Plus, an in-cabinet UV lamp stops your raw meats from becoming a bacterial breeding ground—something your home fridge definitely doesn’t offer.
Garmin for your SmartPhone
Garmin is now entering the SmartPhone GPS realm. Trying to compete with Google & Apple Maps, you can now download Viago by Garmin for just $1 in both the App Store & Google Play.