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After struggling to play music while vacationing at a Lebanese ski resort in 2010 — iTunes was unavailable in the country then — founder Eddy Maroun raised funding to build a solution.
Drivers of the Encore GX SUV can use the voice assistant to perform a number of tasks while they drive, from providing directions to playing music and ordering goods on the go.
Blum says that Facebook is best for her B2B relationships with other vendors, and Buonassissi uses YouTube to show videos of DJ sets and has a podcast about event music.
Search for “Katy Perry” and you will get a box next to the main search results telling you that Katy Perry is an American singer-songwriter with music available on YouTube, Spotify, and Deezer.
The order is the result of the agencies cartel-like behavior in the past, and ensures they can’t arbitrarily withhold access to songs or gouge those who license the music.
All this is coming after Triller sued TikTok earlier this year over a feature that allowed users to synchronize music with multiple videos.
Today, it is a music streaming service with 3 million users.
Visitors can enjoy a game of pool, playing music on the jukebox, television, and games.
Reels allows users to create 15-second videos, soundtracked by music and edited with special effects.
Meanwhile, Instagram is rolling out its TikTok competitor, Instagram Reels, this month, and Snapchat is similarly planning to add a feature later this year for people to add music to their posts.

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