Zatz Not Funny: Pandora on Blackberry, iPhone OS 3.0, Roku, iPod Shuffle

A periodic roundup of relevant news from our friends at Zatz Not Funny

Pandora & IHeartRadio released on Blackberry

Dave Zatz: Two new (and free) music streaming apps have joined Slacker on the Blackberry this week.

iPhone 3.0 OS channels Xbox Live (plus cut & paste)

Dave Zatz: The first half of Apple’s presentation was geared towards developers and hardware partners, introducing support for new payment and device connectivity options. Both of which had me drawing comparisons to Xbox Live.

What’s next for Roku? (beyond YouTube & Blip.TV)

Dave Zatz: As I discovered last month, it looks like YouTube is headed to the little $99 Roku media player. And it turns out GOOG may not be the only new partner joining Netflix and Amazon Video on Demand.

New iPod Shuffle – shiny but tiny

Mari Silbey: Apple is making hay again with yet another news announcement: A very very tiny [iPod] Shuffle with 4GB of storage and a talking interface… Right off the bat I see a lot of things I don’t like about the new music player.

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