Internet radio is an integral component of the Apple Music experience and the company is working hard to ensure that its internet radio offering is better than anything else that’s available in the market today. That’s why it has picked up some of the biggest names from the radio industry and paired them up with A-list artists to offer an experience unlike any other. Dr. Dre is going to be a part of that experience as well as he now gets his own show on Beats 1.

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The Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update is finally rolling out for people who own the HTC One M9 Developer Edition, it’s a pretty hefty update which bumps up the core Android OS version as well as brings some important improvements and enhancements for the device’s overall performance and stability. The wait is finally over for people who own the developer edition of this handset.

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The LG G2 is almost two years old now which is why after the handset was updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop a couple of months back many expected that the handset will not be updated to Android 5.1. No official word has come in yet from the company confirming or denying this but there appears to be hope now that the LG G2 Android 5.1.1 update might be released soon.

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Minecraft is already available on a wide variety of platforms and it almost seems like there aren’t any more mainstream platforms out there on which this game can be launched, Windows obviously has it but does creating a new version for a new iteration of Windows count? Probably, because Microsoft has seen it fit to introduce a separate version of Minecraft just for Windows 10.

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Folks across the pond who have been anxiously waiting for Apple Pay to arrive should probably see it fit to mark their calendars because it appears that the payments service will soon be going live in the United Kingdom. Apple has already confirmed that Apple Pay will go live in the UK this summer but it didn’t provide a confirmed release date, a leaked internal document from an unnamed British retailer points towards July 14th as the possible launch date for this payments service.

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Batman: Arkham Knight has been around for a couple of weeks now which means that many gamers have already completed the game as well the various side missions so they’re certainly looking out for more. That’s probably why Warner Bros. has announced the first story based DLC for Batman: Arkham Knight which is going to arrive later this month, the first DLC for this title features playable Batgirl.

Read full post →First Batman: Arkham Knight DLC With Playable Batgirl Arrives July 14th

When it comes to strapping your kids in the car, this usually involves the use of a specially-designed car seat placed in the backseat of your car/minivan. For the most part this seems to be the safest and most accepted way of strapping your kid in, however Volvo believes that this is a system that can be improved upon.

The company has recently debuted a concept in Sweden called the Excellence Child Seat. What this does is that it rethinks how a car’s interior layout is designed. Basically instead of placing your child at the backseat where it might be hard for you or your spouse to keep an eye on them, the concept reimagines the child seat being placed in the front passenger seat, with the seat turned back facing the passenger sitting behind. Read full post →Volvo Want To Make Cars Safer For Kids

google-sign-newOver in Europe, Google has agreed that users had the right to be forgotten, meaning that users could submit requests to Google to have any information on them that comes up in search results erased. Of course it should be pointed out that this only applies to Google’s search results, and that other search engines could potentially list those details.

However with Google being the giant of search engines, we suppose it’s a start. While this is a service Google mainly offers in Europe, over in the Japan the Saitama District Court has ordered the company to scrub the records of a man’s arrest from three years ago. The man in question was arrested for molesting a girl under 18 and was subsequently fined 500,000 yen. Read full post →Japanese Court Orders Google To Scrub Records On Man’s Arrest

apple-and-musicWhen Apple introduced iTunes back in the day, it changed the way many people consumed their music. Customers could now choose to pay for individual songs as opposed to having to buy an entire album, thus giving them more flexibility in choosing what they want to listen to. However it seems that those days are slowly leaving us.

According to a recent report from Nielsen, it has shown that streaming the past year has actually doubled since 2014. This represents a whopping 135 billion songs and videos users have streamed in the past year, and this only accounts for users in America, so we can only imagine that number must be even bigger when taking into account overseas markets. Read full post →Online Streaming Doubles In 2015, Digital Downloads Sees 10% Drop

apple musicLike all streaming services, there is DRM involved. This makes sense because it prevents piracy and also ensures that artists are paid properly, like if you were to cancel your subscription, it makes sense that you would no longer be able to access the songs on the platform anymore.

However given that there has been some confusion about DRM regarding Apple Music, the folks at iMore have published a report that clarifies the issue. Apple Music is confusing given that there is iTunes Match and iCloud Music Library. Both are the same in terms of their functionality in which music is scanned and matched against Apple’s catalogue, and those that aren’t matched are uploaded onto Apple’s servers instead. Read full post →Apple Music Is Not Adding DRM To Songs You Already Own