Tag Archive: Tracks


Apple starts raising iTunes Match limit to 100,000 tracks

Back in June, Apple’s Eddy Cue promised that iTunes Match – Apple’s song matching service that syncs local music files to the iCloud for streaming anytime – would soon phase out its 25,000 track limit in favor of 100,000 tracks. Sadly, we haven’t heard anything more about that since. But Apple might now be soft-launching […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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New app tracks the movies you haven’t seen (yet)

Have you ever found yourself staring at the Netflix or Amazon Prime Video screen on your TV, or drooling a bit while you page through the Redbox screens at a red kiosk near you? It’s frustrating, especially when you’re always hearing about movies that you must see right now, but can’t seem to remember when […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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New app tracks the movies you haven’t seen (yet)

Have you ever found yourself staring at the Netflix or Amazon Prime Video screen on your TV, or drooling a bit while you page through the Redbox screens at a red kiosk near you? It’s frustrating, especially when you’re always hearing about movies that you must see right now, but can’t seem to remember when […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Quantified smells: This gadget tracks farts

The future is here, folks, with a little gadgety box called a CH4 that you place near your rear end to measure the amount of gaseous emissions from your nether regions. Pair that with an app on your iPhone that…Read more ›

With iOS 9 around the corner, iOS 8 adoption stops dead in its tracks

Apple just announced WWDC 2015 today, when the company will presumably unveil iOS 9. Yet with iOS 9 on horizon, a significant number of iPhone and iPad users still haven’t bothered upgrading to iOS 8, with just 79% of all…Read more ›

iPhone tracks fitness levels better than wearables

One of the big selling points of wearable devices is that they will be able to help us keep track of various fitness metrics. However, a new report claims smartphones are just as good (if not slightly better) at tracking…Read more ›

Apple scrubbed non-iTunes tracks from iPods

Tim Cook and U2 just got roasted for forcing music onto customers’ iPhones, but from 2007 to 2009, Steve Jobs was playing a different tune, and deleted music off of iPods that was purchased on rival music services. That wouldn’t…Read more ›

This Google Map tracks Apple Stores that will replace your bent iPhone 6

Although many — including Apple — would argue that Bendgate is overblown, and the iPhone 6 is no more prone to bending when treated right than any other smartphone, there’s a small but vocal minority that disagrees. If you’re one…Read more ›

This Google Map tracks Apple Stores that will replace your bent iPhone 6

Although many — including Apple — would argue that Bendgate is overblown, and the iPhone 6 is no more prone to bending when treated right than any other smartphone, there’s a small but vocal minority that disagrees. If you’re one…Read more ›

Ridge Racer Slipstream adds new cars and tracks

Ports of popular console and arcade game series can be hit-and-miss on iOS, but Namco Bandai’s Ridge Racer Slipstream definitely falls into the “hit” category. An iOS game which pulls together a lot of the best vehicles and tracks from…Read more ›