Apple Music Turns One Year Old With 15 Million Subscribers on Board and a Redesign on the Way

Today marks the one year anniversary of Apple Music, which launched in 110 countries on June 30, 2015. The streaming music service was initially limited to the Mac and iOS devices, and it has since expanded to Apple TV and…
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New NASA plane could eliminate gas-guzzling airliners

At NASA, an experiment is underway that could upend the aviation industry: A fully electric plane. As electric cars roll out across the world — nixing the need to pay soaring fuel prices – NASA is looking to the skies,…
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What Was the First Spacecraft to Land on Another Planet?

The Soviet Union was the first country on Earth to land a spacecraft on another planet, and the first to transmit data back home. In December 1970, the probe Venera 7 crash-landed on Venus and, for just a few minutes,…
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American Airlines Strikes WiFi Deal With ViaSat: Gogo Stock Suffers

Internet service provider Gogo's stock declined around 16 percent on Friday as American Airlines ditched the firm for rival ViaSat Inc. to provide satellite-powered WiFi to aircrafts. Worried by the poor performance of Gogo, its current provider, American Airlines filed…
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Google’s art machine just wrote its first song

Today, Google's newest machine learning project released its first piece of generated art,a 90-second piano melody created through a trained neural network, provided with just four notes up front. The drums and orchestration weren't generated by the algorithm, but added…
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Apple Reportedly Plans to Raise $1 Billion in Taiwan

Apple plans to issue bonds in Taiwan for the first time with the aim of raising $1 billion, sources familiar with the matter said, joining a queue of big global names that have sold billions of dollars on the island’s…
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What Does iTunes Make You Agree to before Use?

Admit it: you never read the fine print when installing software. That became amusingly evident back in 2008 when an astute user discovered that in the End-User License Agreement (known as the EULA) for iTunes, Apple prohibits the use of…
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Facebook has a new feature that lets you watch the world in real time

Want to know what people in Australia are doing while you’re at work? Or what the weather’s like in Portugal? Or what the club scene is like in the Philippines? Well, you’re in luck: Facebook just made doing all of…
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