So while there's no Strawberry Fields or any other John classics, we7 users can stream Hey Jude, Eleanor Rigby and Yesterday and even embed them on other sites too
Sorry, that’s SIR Paul McCartney of Frogchorusville, I always forget. Anyway, 350 lucky Macca fans will get up close and personal with their idol, when he plays Apple’s iTunes Festival in London next month.
Poor old James Blunt. He may have guarded the Queen Mum’s coffin, but the Great British public hasn’t taken him to our hearts. In fact, we voted him as the most irritating song in history, ahead of Crazy Frog, Mr Blobby and Agadoo. Now that’s a slap in the face.
THE NEXT FIFTEEN
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PSP firmware update means Remote Play is GO GO GO!
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Google Gears untethers online applications
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The music industry has been waging a battle against Russian music download site AllOfMP3 in recent months, over the way the latter sells digital downloads of brand new albums for less than a couple of dollars. However, it seems the floodgates could be opening for similar sites.
Japanese toy cars rule. And they rule even more when they have a robot driving them. Like this one, which Bayraider found today. It was made in the 1950s, runs on batteries, and blows air out of its rear-end. And…