Nirvana’s Nevermind reborn as interactive iPad app

It seems like ages ago that I was sitting in my college dorm room listening to Nirvana’s Nevermind on my old Onkyo stereo system. It certainly was a transformative album, and for those impacted by the band’s 1991 release, here’s your chance to relive the glory days of Seattle’s grunge era. Seattle startup Treemo Labs,… Read More


Amazon sells Lady Gaga’s ‘Born this Way’ for 99 cents

Lady Gaga released her new album today, and is using the much-anticipated second-full length release from the singer to bolster its own music offerings. Amazon is selling digital downloads of the 14-song album and digital booklet — yes, the entire album — for a mere 99 cents. Peter Kafka at All Things D notes… Read More


Coming soon to our local Laser Dome: Bieber Fever

Seattle’s Pacific Science Center Laser Dome is one of our favorite local attractions — a geeky night out that everyone should experience at least once. And if you’re not a fan of Laser Floyd, Laser Beatles or any of the other old-school standards on the Laser Dome lineup, you’ll soon have another option, if you… Read More


Amazon Cloud Drive: What the critics, naysayers and fanboys say

Since its debut Monday night,’s new Cloud Drive music storage service has attracted plenty of attention. (Team GeekWire, in fact, entertained two TV news crews today that wanted to talk about its implications). Cloud Drive is a big deal, and the consumer reaction so far has been pretty positive. After all, the idea that… Read More


Amazon unveils Cloud Drive, a cloud-based online music service

Can knock Apple off its digital music perch? The Seattle online retailer sure is trying to make inroads against its larger rival, and the company’s latest effort is Cloud Drive. The new digital music storage service allows users to store their personal collections in the cloud, and then access the songs (or videos for… Read More