When self-driving cars rule the road and the joys of driving your own vehicle are gone forever, what will you do to make those two-hour night drives down the coast fun again? Ford’s way ahead of us on this one, filing a patent this month for an “autonomous vehicle entertainment system” designed to display videos on a projection screen mounted over the windshield. Goodbye, endless highway; hello, Game of Thrones!
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Snapchat updated its font on the iOS app, which now appears throughout the app though not in photo captions or on Snapchat Discover. The new font is smaller and many have said it looks like like the font used in its Android app. Snapchat’s previous font (left) and new one (right). Read the story […]
Mozilla tests Firefox OS IoT apps, including a Samantha-style virtual assistant — TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) March 3, 2016
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Ranging in price from free to $19.99 a month, different streaming services offer varying levels of control to the user — from customizable radio stations to on-demand listening, in which users can pick the exact song they want to hear. Some services require listeners to be connected to cellular data or Wi-Fi, while others allow them to save songs to their devices for listening offline in places like airplanes and the subway.
Here’s a comparison of how some of the most popular streaming music services stack up against one another in terms of catalog size, cost, advertising and more.