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Mac RumorsApr 19, 2019
How to Listen to YouTube Music for Free on Your Google Home or Google Assistant Speaker
In April 2019, Google announced the launch of a free, ad-supported version of its YouTube Music streaming service for use with Google Home and other smart speakers that feature its voice-activated assistant.

GizmodoApr 19, 2019
Amazon Will Force Its Flex Delivery Drivers to Snap Selfies for Face-Recognition Authentication
Amazon's internal delivery service, Amazon Flex, will require its drivers to take photos of themselves to be validated with facial recognition.


Mac RumorsApr 19, 2019
Google Brings Free Ad-Supported YouTube Music Streaming to Google Assistant Speakers
lockstep with Amazon, Google has announced its own free, ad-supported music service for Google Home speakers.

Mac RumorsApr 19, 2019
Netflix Testing 'Random Episode' Button for the Times When You Can't Decide What to Watch
Android Police, the test only appears to be on the Android app as of now.

PC World Latest NewsApr 19, 2019
Primephonic app review: The unrivaled classical music streaming service comes to Android and iOS
Primephonic's mobile app for iOS and Android delivers the best parts of its classical music service to smart devices—with one glaring omission.

CNET NewsApr 18, 2019
Amazon launches free, ad-supported music service for Alexa devices - CNET
Google launched a similar YouTube Music service Thursday, too.

GizmodoApr 18, 2019
Amazon Launches New Spotify Competitor With Ad-Supported Music Streaming for Echo Devices
Following rumors earlier this week that such a service was forthcoming, Amazon has officially announced its spanking new ad-supported music streaming service—not to be confused with its other two music services—for Alexa-enabled devices.


ConnectSafelyOct 22, 2018
Why tech companies are offering services for younger children
by Larry Magid We've all heard the stories about kids spending too much time with their devices or, worse, spending that time doing things online that they probably shouldn't be doing. It's been an issue since I started writing about kids and tech in the early 90s but with the proliferation of phones and tablets — sometimes now getting into the tiny hands of toddlers — the issue has the attention of the media, policy makers and the public. And, as AP writer Michael Liedtke recently reported, even tech luminaries like Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom worry about their kids' use of technology. "Obviously, like anything — whether it's food, or drink — moderation is key," Systrom told the AP. Liedtke interviewed Urban Airship executive Mike Herrick who, "sees his 13-year-old daughter getting lost in her smartphone and wonders: Is technology messing with children's brains, even as it enlightens and empowers them in ways that weren't possible when his generation grew up?" The message about the potential overuse and misuse of technology has reached the campuses of major tech companies including Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft — all of which have made some moves to help parents moderate their kids (and their [...]
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