Tag Archive: Tracks


The GRID launch trailer shows off plentiful different tracks and cars

The launch trailer for GRID is here, showing different cars and tracks that players can expect to see.

What you need to know GRID is an upcoming racing game being developed and published by Codemasters. GRID is currently expected to release on October 11. You can grab GRID for $ 60 at Amazon.

GRID is right around the corner and to celebrate, Codemasters has released a new launch trailer, showing off the different tracks and cars players  [Read More…]

YouTube Music’s new ‘Released’ playlist has the top 50 tracks of the week

New playlist comes out every Friday.

What you need to know YouTube Music now has a new ‘Released’ playlist which comes out each Friday. The playlist will include the “hottest 50 songs” of the week. The playlist is similar to Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday’ and Apple Music’s ‘New Music Daily’.

YouTube Music has been on a roll here recently adding new features. The latest one is a new “Released” playlist spotted by 9to5Google, which features “The hottest  [Read More…]

Of course Google tracks your purchase history using Gmail

Yes Google collects purchase data, because it always has, and that’s not all it collects.

CNBC seems to think it’s breaking some sort of news in pointing out the fact that Google uses Gmail to track your online purchase history. The revelation comes from seeing a (relatively) new Google Account page that lets you view every purchase that Google has stored, which rightfully bothers some who didn’t realize this was something Google was collecting; or, at least  [Read More…]

This $29 bundle will teach you how to produce tracks in Logic Pro X

The music industry is a gigantic umbrella consisting of dozens of genres and even more subgenres, and no two genres are exactly the same. However, the fundamentals of music mixing remain constant across all genres, which means you’ll need a solid understanding of how music flows and how tracks should be mastered to be successful, and this Logic Pro X bundle can teach you how for $ 29.

The Ultimate Logic Pro X Music Production Bundle features 8  [Read More…]

The $53 Huawei Band 2 Pro watch tracks sleep, your heart, and more

All the activities are yours for the tracking.

The Huawei Band 2 Pro all-in-one activity tracker smartwatch has dropped to $ 52.88 on Amazon from a street price around $ 70. We haven’t seen it drop in price since May.

The watch comes with built-in GPS, a heart-rate monitor, multiple modes for different sports, a sleep monitor, and more. The sleep tracking helps record data based on tracking light, how much you sleep, REM deep sleep stages,  [Read More…]

Google still tracks your location even when you turn off Location History

Mother Google is always watching.

Google Maps is filled with all sorts of tools/features to help you navigate the world around you, one of which is something called “Your Timeline.” Your Timeline uses Location History to create a private view of your exact whereabouts on any given day, and while it’s a pretty neat feature, can be a bit much for privacy-conscious users.

You can disable this by turning off Location History for your Google account, but  [Read More…]

Pixel Buds updated with gestures for skipping tracks and power controls

It’s also easier to switch between paired devices.

Google’s Pixel Buds may not be as elegant or seamless as AirPods, but they’re a solid first attempt and have us excited for what we’ll see with version two later this year. Before that, however, Google’s updating the current model with three highly-requested features that are rolling out to users now.

The first new addition is the ability to manually turn Pixel Buds on/off with a triple tap on  [Read More…]

MoviePass tracks your location before and after you go to the movies

Is your data worth a good deal on movies?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ve heard of MoviePass by now. Being able to pay just $ 9.95/month to watch as many as one movie per day in theaters is an enticing proposition, but to not much surprise, some people are apprehensive of its too good to be true offer.

During the recent Entertainment Finance Forum, MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe might have given some  [Read More…]

Fitbit’s new Alta HR tracks heart rate and sleep for a week

There’s a new Fitbit coming, and it’s got a week’s worth of battery life, a stylish look, and a heart rate monitor.

Eight months ago, Fitbit brought a small group of reporters to a swanky New York fitness club to show off its latest fitness trackers, the best-selling Charge 2 and waterproof Flex 2. Those sequels have been so successful that, despite disappointing sales results in its most recent quarter, Fitbit felt empowered to produce another iterative product, the  [Read More…]

Apple Music beta now lets you save tracks to an SD card

The Apple Music beta for Android has picked up a few new features with its latest update, with the most notable being the ability to save songs to your SD card. If you find yourself downloading a lot of tracks for offline listening, this will no doubt be a welcome change.

In addition to saving music to the SD card, the Apple Music beta also now lets you see the full schedule for Beats 1 programming and  [Read More…]