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It looks as if Google’s approach to subscription-based content may soon be simplified. The Verge has reported that, according to YouTube head of music Lyor Cohen, YouTube Red and Google Play Music will be combined to form a single service...Show More Summary
When parents download a learning or gaming app from the “Designed for Families” section of the Google Play store, they likely assume that those apps keep their kids’ data safe. After all, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) prohibits website operators and app developers from tracking or collecting personal data from children under the […]
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Google doesn't think the message is clear enough: one low subscription gets you access to both Google Play Music and YouTube Red. Thus, a merger will happen.
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Company expels 20 advanced surveillance apps installed on ~100 devices.
QUOTE OF THE DAY “By far the greatest danger of Artificial Intelligence is that people conclude too early that they understand it.” ~ Eliezer Yudkowsky (Co-Founder, Machine Intelligence Research Institute) GOOGLE PLAY MUSIC AND YOUTUBE...Show More Summary
Hell hath no fury like a bored programmer annoyed by all the crappy Android apps that make it to Google Play. One irked Redditor has decided to launch the very first Android Blacklist with the aim to expose the massive pile of intrusive or exploitative apps that currently reside on Google’s mobile distribution platform. Show More Summary
Speaking at a panel session for the New Music Seminar conference in New York, YouTube’s Lyor Cohen confirmed that we will see a merging of Google Play Music and YouTube Red, but we don’t know quite when this will take place. The move...Show More Summary
Google is planning on merging its Google Play Music streaming service with its YouTube Red to create a single unified streaming offering, The Verge reports. The news came during a panel session for the New Music Seminar conference in...Show More Summary
When Google initially announced YouTube Red -- a paid service that would allow YouTube users to watch ad-free videos, access a library of original shows and use the YouTube Music app with background play -- it sounded like a novel idea. Show More Summary
Google Play Music and YouTube Red will be merged to create a new streaming service, according to a report from The Verge, which Google then essentially confirmed with a statement indicating that changes are not taking place immediately. Show More Summary
Did you even remember that Google has two music services? You're not alone. The fact that YouTube Red and Google Play Music compete is confusing, at best. Finally, Google has decided to merge the two to create a new music service. _____________________________________________ Google and YouTube will merge their music services...
In efforts to make things less confusing for potential subscribers.
Listening to music via Google is about to get easier. Lyor Cohen, YouTube's head of music, said the video streaming platform and Google's Play Music will merge into a new music-focused service at the New Music Seminar in New York, The...Show More Summary
Google plans to shake up its music offering and ad-free video service, according to statements made by Lyor Cohen, the head of Google Play Music. As it stands today, Google Play Music is available to a single person for $10 per month and families for $15 per month. Show More Summary
YouTube's head of music has confirmed that the company will unite Google Play Music with YouTube Red to create an all-new product.