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  1. Apple today confirmed reports of an issue that causes music from personal collections to be deleted, telling The Loop it only affects a small number of users and that a fix is incoming in an iTunes update next week. Last week, debate raged over the supposed glitch after Vellum's Jake Pinkstone wrote a blogpost complaining that Apple Music had deleted 122 GB of his personal music collection without his permission after he joined the service. The deletion occurred after Pinkstone had his music library scanned by Apple to make his collection available across his devices. C
  2. "Apple is now preparing to completely terminate music download offerings on the iTunes Store, with an aggressive, two-year termination timetable actively being considered and gaining favor. According to sources to Digital Music News with close and active business relationships with Apple, discussions are now focused “not on if, but when” music downloads should be retired for good. The sources insisted on confidentiality and required that all conversations be conducted outside of email or any written medium, given the realistic fear of reprisals for sharing details of internal corporate d
  3. Google today announced "Gboard," a new third-party keyboard application for iOS devices that directly integrates the company's search capabilities into an iPhone or iPad's keyboard. With the new Google button in Gboard, users can search for information, send what they find, discover GIFs, emojis, and more, without having to exit a messenger app to visit Safari or Chrome. In its blog post, the company gives an example of someone needing to look up the address of a restaurant, normally forcing them to leave the app, perform a search in a mobile web browser, copy the add
  4. Instagram has been updated today with an all-new colorful icon, moving away from its iconic brown and beige logo that still had an iOS 6-style skeuomorphic design long after many popular developers moved towards flatter aesthetics. The app itself has also received a major redesign with a flatter black and white appearance. Instagram is free on the App Store for iPhone. The update should be rolling out worldwide for all users today. MacRumors
  5. Despite the launch of Apple Music, which recently reached 13 million paid subscribers, rival service Spotify told Reuters that it has experienced a faster pace of growth since last June than beforehand. Spotify recently announced that it has 30 million paying customers, compared to around 20 million paid subscribers last June, while its total active user base has grown to nearly 100 million from 75 million a year ago. Apple has not recently disclosed how many users it has on a three-month trial for an overall comparison, but Spotify remains over 2x to 2.5x larger than Apple Music in te
  6. You can claim it here http://tidal.com/lemonade-offer The offer includes standard 320kbps streaming, not lossless.
  7. Back in February, iTunes chief Eddy Cue promised a new version of iTunes would be coming out with OS X 10.11.4, featuring a simpler design that makes Apple Music easier to use. That update wasn’t included in OS X 10.11.4 and has been delayed, but a source has shared some screenshots of the upcoming iTunes 12.4 update with MacRumors, giving us a look at the changes Apple plans to introduce in the near future. A redesigned dropdown media picker will be used to switch between Music, TV Shows, Movies, and other content, replacing the existing navigation icons. Like the current menu, the new menu i
  8. A 10-year-old boy from Finland has received a $10,000 reward for exposing a security vulnerability with the image-sharing app Instagram. The schoolboy—named as Jani by Finnish newspaper Iltalehti— discovered a bug that allows anyone to delete comments onInstagram by inserting malicious code into the app. “I tested whether the comments section of Instagram can handle harmful code. Turns out it can’t,” Jani told Iltalehti. “I noticed that I can delete other people’s comments from there. I could have deleted anyone’s comments—like Justin Bieber’s for example.” Jani reported th
  9. As a few users have noticed over the past day, Spotify has begun rolling out a small but significant design change to its iOS app that does away with the hamburger menu and replaces it with an easier-to-understand navigation bar across the bottom of the experience. The new bar more closely resembles the rest of the apps in Apple's ecosystem, particularly the navigation menu on its own streaming music service, Apple Music, which is now rumored for a design overhaulannouncement at WWDC. Before the update, Spotify users had to tap on the three-line hamburger button in the top-left corner of the a
  10. Apple Music continues to catch on with more people. The company's first attempt at a music streaming service now has 13 million paid subscribers, Apple CEO Tim Cook said on Tuesday during a conference call to discuss the company's fiscal second-quarter results. Citing the new number of subscribers, Cook said the service continues to grow in popularity. "We feel really great about the early success of Apple's first subscription business," Cook said, according to a transcript of the earnings call from Seeking Alpha, "and our Music revenue has now hit an inflection point after many quar
  11. ' This man turned his dramatic weight-loss experience into an app so you’ll never have to run alone — linking “virtual running buddies” miles apart to help you get additional miles and motivation into your workout. Arya Farzin weighed nearly 400 pounds in college — so much that he was embarrassed to leave his room. Determined to get in shape, he hit the gym and lost 80 pounds in four months — and a total of 200 by the time he got in peak condition. He’s kept that weight off for eight years, becoming a professional trainer in the process, but remembers how difficult
  12. Apple today announced that it has released new 12-inch MacBook models with the latest sixth-generation Skylake dual-core Intel Core M processors up to 1.3 GHz, new Intel HD Graphics 515 with up to 25% faster graphics performance, faster flash storage, an additional hour of battery life, and faster 1866 MHz memory. The notebook retains the same physical components, including a single USB-C port, Force Touch trackpad, and full-sized keyboard in a design that remains 2 pounds and 13.1 mm thin. The refreshed 12-inch MacBook models are available through Apple's online store starting today, and can
  13. Scientists have invented a new type of battery that can be charged hundreds of thousands of times without degrading . They say it takes us closer to creating the ultimate long-lasting power source for things computers, smartphones and even cars and spaceships. The new battery was developed by the University of California, Irvine and uses a new type of "nanowire" - highly-conductive wires that are thousands of times thinner than a human hair. In a typical lithium ion battery , a nanowire becomes brittle and cracked due to constant rech
  14. Quantum Special Effects designed two new products for Adele’s sell out world tour – a bespoke tourable rain system and storm blasters that can deliver up to a minute of non-stop confetti across an entire arena. Working closely with ‘Adele Live 2016’ show designer Es Devlin and production manager Richard Young, Quantum is supplying over 100 shows across 44 arenas. Quantum’s team of in-house designers and engineers had just eight weeks to design, develop and build the new Q: Rain Graphix and just a fortnight for the Q: Storm Blasters. Making it rain Providing a genuine indoo
  15. “Why do you need money from me when you have every great investor on earth?” That’s the question that caused Backplane to buckle under the weight of its own early buzz. Lady Gaga’s social network builder startup has run out of money, gone out of business, and sold its assets to a group of previous and new investors who will try to restart it. That’s according to multiple sources, the legal firms that handled the sale, and its former CEO. Backplane’s legacy will serve as a warning of the dangers of fundraising at too high of valuations with exploitative terms in party rounds where no inves
  16. Teens love Snapchat. Also Instagram. For the first time, messaging app Snapchat is the preferred social network for teens, according to a survey from research firm Piper Jaffray. The survey, which polled 6,500 teens in the U.S., found Snapchat used surged this spring, with 28% of them claiming it's the most important social network. Closely behind is Facebook-owned photo sharing app Instagram at 27%. The results mark a major shift between the two rising social networks. Last fall, 33% of teens said Instagram was most important, followed by Snapchat at 19%. Both apps are "in
  17. SpaceX successfully landed its Falcon 9 rocket's reusable first-stage booster on a drone ship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean on Friday. It was the Hawthorne, Calif., company's fifth attempt at a sea landing and first successful one. The rocket's first-stage booster landed a few minutes after launch on the drone ship, called Of Course I Still Love You. In December, SpaceX's first-stage booster successfully returned to land at Cape Canaveral, Fla. "That is amazing!" Chris Hadfield, a retired Canadian astronaut who was commander of the International Space Station, said Friday on Twitte
  18. 0 As the world seeks to reduce carbon emissions, the aviation field is making major advancements. A new research facility the size of four football fields is using resources abundant in the desert –salt and sand– to grow “super plants” for the production of renewable jet fuel. The facility, near the Abu Dhabi airport, is the result of a Gulf region partnership between Boeing, Etihad Airways, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology and UAE jet fuel company Takreer. “Seawater and sand, which most people consider a weakness when investigating bio-ene
  19. Facebook has amped up its mobile app with the announcement of a new, Snapchat-like feature that allows users to watch live and recorded videos. The new feature is very similar to Snapchat, and allows users to add comments, emojis and doodle on top of short videos. The app feature also allows the user to send invitations to friends to watch with them, along with a live map on desktop which showcases people’s videos in more than 60 countries. Other features allow users to ‘go live’ in Facebook groups and Facebook events. These new features makes the social network platf
  20. In just two days, more than a quarter million people clamored to buy Tesla’s first affordable electric car – a response so beyond the company’s expectations that it is racing to meet demand. Company founder Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla 3 on Friday and 48 hours later, 276,000 people had plunked down a refundable $1,000 deposit to reserve one of the cars. With current U.S. energy efficiency incentives in place, the cost to Americans comes to $27,000 for the basic model (otherwise, the base price is $35,000). Though its range is 215 miles between c
  21. Reddit today released an official iOS app for browsing, searching, commenting, and upvoting within subreddits on iPhone or iPod touch. Reddit for iOS replaces Alien Blue, which has now been removed from the App Store, as the website's official mobile app for Apple users. Alien Blue previously served as Reddit's official iOS app after the company acquired it from developer Jase Morrissey in 2014. Alien Blue Pro users recently received four years of Reddit gold for free to help bridge the transition. The new app is split into four tabbed sections: - Timeline: Browse and comment on the lates
  22. Google has removed an April Fool's Gmail button, which sent a comical animation to recipients, after reports of people getting into trouble at work. The button appeared beside Gmail's normal send button and allowed users to shut down an email thread by sending a gif of a Minion dropping a microphone. However, a flurry of complaints about the button appeared on Google's forums. The firm has since withdrawn the feature and apologised. Image captionClicking the button emailed contacts a sassy animation "It looks like we pranked ourselves this year," Google said in a statem
  23. Jay Z has begun his second year at the helm of Tidal by filing a $15m lawsuit against the previous owners, claiming they gave him inflated subscriber numbers. Named in the suit, first reported in the Norwegian press, are Scandinavian company Aspiro, major shareholder Schibsted Media Group and Stockholm-based private equity fund Verdane Capital. "It became clear after taking control of Tidal and conducting our own audit that the total number of subscribers was actually well below the 540,000 reported to us by the prior owners," the company said in a statement sent to USA Today.
  24. Apple today released iOS 9.3.1 to the public, marking the first update to iOS 9 since iOS 9.3 launched on March 21. iOS 9.3.1 comes just over a week after the launch of iOS 9.3 and likely brings a fix for a significant web link crashing issue that has been affecting many iOS users. Today's iOS 9.3.1 release is available as an over-the-air update for all iOS 9 users and it can also be downloaded through iTunes. iOS 9.2.1 is the seventh update to iOS 9, following iOS 9.0.1, iOS 9.0.2, iOS 9.1, iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, and iOS 9.3. Shortly after iOS 9.3 was released, a number of iPhone and iPad users
  25. The release of iOS 9.3 apparently triggered a bug in Apple's mobile OS that causes links to stop working in Safari and other apps. According to 9to5Mac, Apple now says it's working on a fix, issuing the following statement: "We are aware of this issue, and we will release a fix in a software update soon." As far as bugs go this one is annoying if you're affected, but minor in terms of its affect on Apple's entire userbase. Although reports of the bug spiked after the release of iOS 9.3, it seems to affect older versions of the OS too. Mobile developer Ben Collier has a comprehensive run-d