The Morning After: Winamp, your old MP3 software of choice, is back

Winamp is the music software that just won't die. In the first update in four years, the producers described it as the "culmination" of years of hard work, including two teams and a pandemic-dictated hiatus. The result is a lot of under-the-hood upgrades and improvements, but it’s still the music player a lot of us remember.Once upon a time, Winamp was the MP3 software of choice, where many of us kept our music files from fledgling digital stores and peer-to-peer apps. Parent company AOL (which was also once Engadget's owner) shut down work in 2013, years after the likes of Spotify took hold. But, following an acquisition by Radionomy, Winamp lives on. Still.— Mat SmithThe biggest stories you might have missedScientists revived organ cells in dead pigsDead by Daylight's 'Hooked on You' dating sim spin-off is out nowTinder scales back its plans for dating in the metaverseAmazon knocks $100 off Samsung's Freestyle smart projector Lucid Motors has drastically reduced its production target, again Google decided having two apps called Meet was a good ideaOnePlus 10T reviewSpeed above all.EngadgetOnePlus’ mid-year phone refresh is unusual. The 10T has the fastest Snapdragon chip, but a lot of compromises. According to Engadget’s Sam Rutherford, it’s a solid device at an affordable $649, but say farewell to the Alert Slider, wireless charging and a dedicated US carrier launch partner — for now.Continue reading.Apple might delay iPadOS 16 release until OctoberThe company is... Continue reading at 'Engadget'

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The Morning After: Winamp, your old MP3 software of choice, is back

Winamp is the music software that just won't die. In the first update in four years, the producers described it as the "culmination" of years of hard work, including two teams and a pandemic-dictated hiatus. The result is a lot of under-the-hood upgrades and improvements, but it’s still the... Continue reading at Engadget

[ Engadget | 2022-08-04 11:15:22 UTC ]
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Clint Smith’s Back-to-Back, Genre-Spanning Best Sellers

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Government backs Hargreaves, rows back on blocking filesharing websites

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A page-turner: how to get your reading groove back | Letters

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