Apple made their big music announcement, Apple Music, where they will have On Demand of all the songs in iTunes, Beats1 Radio where Zane Lowe in LA, Hot97’s own Ebro Dareden, and Julie Adenuga in London, along with ‘Connect’ to keep you up to date with Artists and their lives.
Finally, all those needing Hip Hop at your fingertips on a 24 hour basis, with East and West coast flavor with that new new, then “Where Hip Hop Lives” is the App for you….did I mention that all those over seas or out of the U.S. can get back in action and start listening to your favorite Hip Hop station? Yeah you can do that…
Although Spotify and Youtube have recently been in HOV’s sights as competition against Tidal, it looks like the recent rumors that Apple is acquiring Drake and them as DJ’s has made Apple the new target for Tidal. Tidal is cutting prices in half IF you have a .edu email address, which will make there standard $10 plan $4.99(who knew they had a $10 plan…they went after $20 a month ‘Off The Rip’), and the $20 plan will be $10. On top of that, they are dropping desktop versions so students can can enjoy while studying using there laptops.
To me it looks like iTunes Radio/ Beats is getting ready for war, with Spotify and Tidal in it’s sights! June’s WWDC will reveal all but right now the rumor is Apple is pursuing Drizzy, PhaREAL, and David Guetta to DJ for iTunes Radio, along with a linger trial period for Beats!!
Some pranksters are sharing info about an iPhone glitch on social media and using it to crash other people’s phones! Its called Effective Power, a text message that contains a series of non-English symbols and the words “Effective Power”.
Just like Apple’s WWDC, Google likes to keep people up to date with what’s happening in their network of products, like updates to Android, Adwords, Youtube and more, hit the jump to find out how it’s going down!
The dating site Adult FriendFinder was hacked by Andrew Auernheimer. Customer’s e-mail addresses, birthdays, zip codes, usernames, passwords and even their names have been exposed to the public by the computer hacker. When Andrew was asked why he had done such a thing he responded: “I went straight for government employees because they seem the easiest to shame.” Listen to an interview with the hacker and find out more on the story after the jump.