Siri refuses to play Taylor Swift songs from Apple Music for some people

Jul 02

Earlier I noticed that Siri wouldn’t play Beats 1 in some cases. But it seems the situation is far graver…It’s flat out refusing to stream Taylor Swift songs for some users. Reader Luc Cleutjens from the Netherlands @TheNextWeb @AppleMusic Siri won’t play any Taylor Swift stuff either.. pic.twitter.com/zLc7rjWAuZ — Luc Cleutjens (@LucCleutjens) July 1,...

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Startup accelerators need to change

Jul 02

There are plenty of great accelerators that have track records in supporting entrepreneurs, but not every programme is open about its motives, and it’s an unfortunate fact of life that there are organisations that deliberately mislead founders. It’s important for accelerator programmes to be open and transparent with startups — before, during and after the...

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Twitter is testing an ad campaign manager for Android and iOS

Jul 02

Twitter’s mobile apps could be getting a notable upgrade for social media guru’s: Some users are spotting new way to access ad campaigns on Android and iOS right from their profile page. If you update to the most recent version of the app on either platform, you might spot a new graph icon sitting atop your profile that lets you directly access a mobile...

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Xiaomi Sold 34.7M Smartphones In First Half Of 2015, Up 33% Year-On-Year

Jul 02

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi today confirmed that it sold just shy of 35 million phones in the first half of this year. We sold 34.7 million smartphones in 1H 2015 alone, a 33% year-on-year increase! Big thanks to Mi fans. RT the news! pic.twitter.com/5EGzJBDlDc — Mi (@xiaomi) July 2, 2015 Xiaomi, which is valued at $45 billion and is the world’s third...

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