Supposing you didn’t actually want a new U2 album in your iTunes library, Apple has heard your plea for help. They’ve created a unique link which does all the heavy lifting for you - deleting the album U2 "Songs of Innocence" from your library with ease.
For the first time in 13 years, the soda pop called Surge is back on the market. We have a lot of people to thank for the re-Surgence. First I’d like to thank those at the Surge Movement - without their tireless efforts, none of this would have been possible. Next I’d like to thank YTCracker - without his homage to the drink, we might never have been able to forge through the cold, Surge-less night.
On stage at Apple’s event earlier this week, Bono and Tim Cook shared a moment — or got stuck in a moment, maybe. With their magical finger-touch, 500 million iTunes users got the new U2 album for free. At the same time Apple pushed the album, they may have also transferred a massive lump of cash U2’s way.
For the first time, users in the United States will be able to stream music from Deezer...if they have Sonos gear. The announcement was made today, with Deezer Elite being unveiled as a lossless music streaming service about to undergo a global rollout, coming to the US as a Sonos exclusive.
Do you like U2? Have iTunes? Guess what, you now have U2’s new album! Tim Cook pressed a “magic Apple send button”, and now we all have the new U2 album! Huzzah!
This morning its become apparent that Apple is hosting more than a few top-level recording artists at their big event this afternoon. The first and possibly most important of these is Dr. Dre - Apple employee. He’ll be joined by no less than Gwen Stefani - complete with a white iPhone and white Beats headphones in tow.
When you pick up a game or read a game review, chances are much of the focus is on the graphics and then on the gameplay (with story following at third, if there is one at all). But video game music can also make or break a game and is, more often than not, overlooked. Red Bull Music Academy is giving VGM, or video game music, a well-deserved and long overdue focus with its Diggin' In The Carts documentary.
We still don’t know what the structure outside of the Performing Arts Center in Cupertino is, but we are hearing some news late on Monday about who may be involved with it. Sources claim that U2 will be part of Apple’s festivities tomorrow, and will reveal a very close tie-in with an Apple product and their new album.