- HTC Launching Its A9/Aero Phone This Month? [Release Date, Specs, Features
- There are talks that HTC will be introducing the HTC A9 or HTC Aero in October 2015. There will also be other featured devices that will receive the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow update.
- Pre-Colombian music exhibition opens in Peru's national archaeology museum
- With more than 60 instruments dating back to about 3,000 years ago, pre-Colombian aerophones (wind), membranophones (percussion) and idiophones (vibration) allow the modern visitor to get a better understanding of how ancient peoples felt about music ...
- Photos Of HTC's A9 ('Aero') Phone Leaked Again From Multiple Sources
- HTC has a new top-of-the-line phone brewing, and having apparently run out of new ways to talk about Duo cameras and metal alloys, they're opting to make it look like an iPhone. We got a peek at the HTC A9 back in August, and subsequently said, "yup, ...
- Six colours of HTC's rumoured One A9 “Aero” phone outed by Evleaks
- Evan Blass, better known by his Twitter pseudonym Evleaks, has revealed six colours for HTC's rumoured upcoming Aero – also rumoured to be known as the One A9. The phone is due for a Q4 release according to leaks over the last few months, pouring a ...
- A Chat with Dave Rempis: Jazz, Aerophones & Telepathic Empathy
- Dave Rempis has been an integral part of the Chicago music scene for 15 years. He curates many of the performances that keep the city a global destination for improvised music.
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