The feature is a free alternative to similar offerings by Amazon (AMZN) and Apple (AAPL), which both charge $25 to scan and mach songs. But some customers are unhappy with the results, complaining that explicit and clean versions of songs are getting mixed up with one another. Some users have said their songs have been switched out for incorrect versions that either contain explicit lyrics when they shouldn't, or are censored when they shouldn't be.
There is a way to fix the problem, however. Users can right click on the incorrect song and choose, "Fix incorrect match." The Music Manager should then download the correct version of the song.
Apple's iTunes Match encountered similar problems when it first launched in 2011.
Toyota (TM) is trending as the automaker has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to settle a class-action lawsuit over allegations that its cars accelerate unintentionally. The sum will go towards compensating customers for losses they incurred due to the safety defect. About 16 million Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles sold in the U.S. are covered by the settlement. Toyota admitted to no fault, despite settling. The company said it would take a one-time pretax charge of $1.1 billion to cover the costs. Toyota said it will create a fund for retrofitting 3.2 million vehicles with technology that helps them stop in a panic situation. Toyota recalled millions of vehicles in 2009 and 2010 due to concerns that throttles could jam in the open position, causing the car to speed up unintentionally and without warning.
Ford (F) is another popular search. The car manufacturer said it plans to spend $773 million on expanding its manufacturing facilities in 2013. The move will create 2,350 new jobs in southeast Michigan. The move is part of a greater plan to invest $6.2 billion and add 12,000 new jobs by 2015. Ford said the investment will also allow it to save an additional 3,240 jobs. Facilities will also be revamped, as several of Ford's plants are currently running above 100% capacity.
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