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Who knew the absolute shit-show that would have resulted from this "big moment in music history" that we're all now a part of . So U2 gives away an album via iTunes, which doesn't seem like much of a big deal, but their execution in the giveaway was quite flawed by pushing the album onto everyone's device with or without their explicit permission.
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Musical tastes are personal. And it seems that force-feeding people a new album from U2, unsolicited, doesn't go over well.
Apple on Monday released SOI Removal , a one-click tool for removing Songs of Innocence , the free U2 album the company gave its customers . This was necessary, apparently, because a vocal number of entitled, narcissistic gits found whinging about free music easier than ignoring it, hiding it, or...gasp...not downloading it.
The company issued a statement Monday from Senior Vice President Eddy Cue with the first usage numbers for the surprise "Songs of Freedom" release by the company. Apple gave the album to 500 million iTunes account holders last week during the company's iPhone 6 unveiling news conference.
Apple CEO Tim Cook with Bono, the Edge, Larry Mullen Jr. at the Apple product announcement last week. U2's invasion of iTunes libraries with the group's new album "Songs of Innocence" may not have put the Irish band back on top of the sales chart, but that doesn't mean the impact of last week's stunt can't be seen.
Since U2 stunned the music world by delivering a surprise album at Apple's iPhone 6 unveiling and making it available to a half-billion iTunes users for free, they've gotten an avalanche of publicity. But who's listening to it? The answer is still unclear.
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CIO.com contributor Bill Snyder says the iPod and iTunes changed the music industry, but more importantly it changed Bill Snyder. The iPod changed my life for the better, and now that Apple has stopped selling the "classic" version , I thought I'd take a few minutes to say thanks and goodbye to this important device.
A MODEL is to launch a class action against Apple after her iCloud account's security was breached twice and naked pictures put online. SCIENTISTS have invented a device that uses a magnet to strip bacteria, fungi and toxins from blood, a potential lifeline in the treatment of sepsis.
SCIENTISTS have invented a device that uses a magnet to strip bacteria, fungi and toxins from blood, a potential lifeline in the treatment of sepsis. TECH giant Apple spent tens of millions on iTunes gifts for its users this week.
After the massive surprise launch of their new album Songs of Innocence on Tuesday, U2 have seen a dramatic chart bump for their back catalog. An unprecedented number of U2's previous albums have now entered iTunes' album chart since the new record's launch.
Editor's note: Robert McCarthy has designed, developed, researched and evangelized mobile products and technologies, with a focus on mobile and emerging payment eco-systems, for more than 15 A song lyric from "All That Jazz" comes to mind following Apple's big announcement about mobile payments on Tuesday: "Everything old is new again." Amid rumors and leaks surrounding the new Apple phone, operating system and peripherals, Apple clearly saw - and took advantage of - the looming perfect storm in mobile payments that's been swirling and growling on the horizon for the last few years.
This week U2 dropped an album that we all have if we have iTunes, Ryan Adams released a self-titled album, Robert Plant explores adventurous rhythms on his latest release, Karen O plays us some of her "Crush Songs," Canadian rockers Sloan return with an adventurous concept album, R&B singer Jhene Aiko offers her second collection and New York's Interpol release their first album in 4 years. Fall may not have technically begun yet, but the release schedule is back into heavy swing and we have a great deal to discuss.
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The iconic band U2 may have given 500 million iTunes users their latest album Songs of Innocence for free, but it reportedly cost Apple big. To release the band's album for free to iTunes users, Apple paid the band and Universal an unspecified fee as a blanket loyalty.
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