Apple’s new iTunes Terms & Conditions highlight Apple Music, Exposé iCloud Music Library — Apple has just updated the iTunes Store Terms and Conditions just hours ahead of the iTunes Music launch. Anyone downloading apps or app updates from the iTunes Store will have to agree to this, as will anyone installing iOS 8.4, as well.
The big changes include the inclusion of a new section detailing Apple Music, with mention of “iCloud Music Library” that sounds eerily familiar to iTunes Match (though iTunes Match is still listed elsewhere). Apple Music will require iOS 8.4, iTunes 12.2 and Android 4.1. Additionally, Apple now (for good reason) has the right to use your playback information to report to licensors and pay royalties. This covers both the new Apple Music service as well as iTunes Match.
Summer Mac Essentials Bundle — Only a short time left to get US$234 worth of Mac apps for US$19.99. [I tend to think these things are worth it if you really want at least two of the apps.]
Two chatbots conversing is pretty weird — Ultra Hal is an artificially intelligent chat bot that learns from past conversations, according to its creators at Zabaware. Having two of them talk may result in: mild sexism, communism, and random interjections of trivia.