Amazon takes on the music industry

The company plans to release a free music service for Amazon Echo devices.
0:53 | 04/15/19

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In today's tech right Amazon is staking out spot up by AM. Pandora according to new reports the company plans to launch a free music service exclusively for Alexa right now music through the Amazon echo is only available for prime members who pay an annual fee. Let this replacing as electric bicycles and New York Washington and San Francisco. Writers are reported problems with the breaking on the bikes but just putting traditional bikes in place of the 171000. Electric's it operates in those three cities. Joyner is combating box by limiting the number of people you can follow any day. A new policy reduces and accounts maximum daily follows from 1000 down to 400 according to the side almost half of all accounts that followed. More than 400 people and today we're spammers and imagine that all of your followers are they aren't that they're all real. Those are tacked right.

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