Ep. 947: Where we are the Keyboard cowboys Video
If you want the benefits of iTunes in the Cloud with the music you havent purchased from Apple, we'll show you everything you need to know with Apple's $24.99 iTune Match music service.
At the WWDC conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils iTunes Match, part of the company's new iCloud service. For a $24.99 annual fee, users can use iTunes Match to scan their music library for non-iTunes purchased songs. Apple then provides a DRM-free file of those songs for access from iCloud.
iTunes Match is Apple's service for $24.99 a year. It matches your own personal music collection with the the same tracks on iTunes and then uploads your remaining songs that can't be matched to iCloud, and allows you to listen to your entire collection anytime on your iOS devices.
Preshow from Episode 1060 where we discuss the deliciousness of fast food.
The government is planning a new "sock puppet" program that will create fake online personas to play on social networks in countries around the world (but not America -- they say). Microsoft and the feds shut down another giant spam-sending botnet, and HP continues its bold moves: next up, a cloud computing platform. Also, a look inside Amazon's app store (and the continued Balkanization of app delivery mechanisms), and the Nintendo 3DS reviewed. Where's the Mario? --Molly
Have you seen this iPhone? Another prototype goes missing...at a bar. We get a hands-on with iTunes Match due this fall. Plus, physical keyboards come back to the iPhone.
Leaked from today's episode: Bridget Carey previews her new show CNET Update, dissecting the 1991 "Super Mario Bros." movie, and a collection of the most outdated technology you can still buy today.
As part of the annual Food & Wine Classic in Aspen this year, Food & Wine magazine released an iPhone app that lets users keep track of where their events are and classic recipes from world-renowned chefs.
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At the WWDC conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs explains the new iTunes cloud feature that will allow users to instantly put all their iTunes purchased music on all their Apple devices.