July 22, 2011 in Lifestyle (F)
[prMac.com] Hollywood, California - Beatweek Magazine has released issue number 106 featuring its signature blend of music, consumer tech, entertainment, and social media coverage. Highlighted in this issue are a cover story interview with Incubus, the rock band responsible for hits like Drive and Wish You Were Here, who drop by to discuss their new album If Not Now, When? Also included are hands on reviews of dockable stereos and wireless earbuds for iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
Google has launched the new Google social network, and we take a hands on look at how it stacks up against Facebook. Rock outfit Puddle of Mudd discuss their new album of reinterpreted rock classics. Ben Folds talks about his upcoming gig in Las Vegas. Reeve Carney, star of Spider-Man On Broadway, chats about his titular role as well as his own band. We learn more about rising indie rockers The Definitive, and take a look at iOS apps including FileMaker Go and XtremeWheels - plus the new BodyGuardz film for MacBook Pro.
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