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Clickhole Congratulates You On Your Terms Of Service Speed-Reading

How many times have you clicked “Agree” to the thousands upon thousands of words in iTunes terms of service agreements after just a few seconds? Twenty times? Fifty? Man — that is some world class speed-reading.


Report: Redesigned iTunes Store Will Be As Flat As iOS 8

As well as a bunch of new iPads and the launch of OS X Yosemite, Apple is likely to roll out an updated version of its iTunes storefront this week, according to Apple Insider. Check out an early look in these screenshots.


5 Smart Playlists That Make iTunes Worth Using

One of the few advantages iTunes (and Winamp and Windows Media Player) has over Spotify, Rdio and other streaming services is support for smart playlists. Thanks to the wealth of metadata stored by Apple’s digital content behemoth, you can juggle your tracks around in all kinds of ways.


This May Be The Greatest GIF Messaging App Ever

Surprisingly, despite all the websites and apps dedicated to absolutely nothing but GIFs, there really aren’t that many that let you turn yourself into your own ever-looping bit of internet infamy. But today, JibJab’s new custom GIF messaging app is filing a void in our hearts we didn’t even know existed in the first place.


Research: Most New Movies Aren't Available On Streaming Services

Think that Netflix is your saviour when it comes to getting movies online? Think again: new research from KPMG has found that very few new-release movies are coming to the video on-demand streaming services.


Report: Apple Is Shutting Down Beats Music

TechCrunch reports that Apple plans to shut down Beats Music, the streaming music service that it acquired earlier this year. The blog’s Josh Constine says that he’s confirmed the news with five sources at both Apple and Beats. And, to be honest, it makes sense.


Conan Thinks Apple Should Have Released An All-Encompassing U2-Remover

Despite how edgy and “punk rock” U2 thinks burdening millions of iPhones with its latest album was, there was still enough public outcry for Apple to create a custom tool to get that “music” off a user’s device. But did Apple go far enough? Conan thinks it shouldn’t have stopped at just getting U2 off your phone.


U2 Thinks Putting Its Album On Your iPhone Is 'Really Punk Rock'

Remember how U2 gave every iTunes customer a free, very much deletable album as a little gift from Tim Cook to you? And you know how everyone became livid at the sudden influx of extra Bono? Well, don’t be such a square, man. U2 was just being punk rock.


Vintage Ad Promising A Free U2 Tape With Every Walkman Is Fake

Apple recently gave iTunes users something they didn’t want for free: a new U2 album. Reactions have ranged from “who the hell is U2?” to “who the hell is U2 and why is this on my phone?” The move has also spawned countless jokes, including the Photoshopped image above. Yes, despite looking plausible enough, it’s yet another fake.


What Song Plays When You Accidentally Launch iTunes?

I sit at a Mac all day with my headphones on. If you do too, there’s a good chance you know the annoyance that ensues when you accidentally hit the play button on your headphones: iTunes launches and plays the first song in your library. In my case, it’s “Fernando” by ABBA. What song plays for you?


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