Apple Music Revamp

Apple Music Revamp

Apple music is celebrating its first birthday and we can expect to see some pretty big changes. After receiving some #YouStink reviews, Apple will be updating the platform and unveiling a sleeker version at the June Worldwide Developers Conference. The plans include making Apple Music more intuitive and user-friendly. Sources also revealed Apple will be expanding its online radio service and reformating its streaming and downloading businesses. So far, Apple Music hasn’t been the cash cow it was cracked up to be, but CEO Tim Cook isn’t losing hope and wants Apple to maintain its dominance in the digital music industry. Moo. (Source: MSN)

Having a Hard Time Finding Friends?

Twitter can help you. The social media platform is updating its tab list to include a Connect category. The tab will recommend accounts to follow based on your location, who you follow, and major events currently trending. Users will also be able to sync their contacts list to find even more friends. Twitter has been struggling to attract a wider audience and they’re hoping the use of the Connect tab will get them to top. (Source: MSN)

Quantum Computers are Trending

IBM is changing the way you think about computers. The tech mogul is putting their Quantum Experience platform online for the world to test out. The quantum computer puts all others to shame since it’s capable of being in an infinite number of positions, and can solve complex equations and questions exponentially faster. IBM hopes that by bringing this technology public it will ignite innovation from the research and science communities. Google, NASA, and USC are all working on their own solo quantum projects but IBM is taking the reigns on this one by making it available for everyone. Talk about sharing is caring. (Source: CNN)

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