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Mobile Minutes: Streaming music overtakes iTunes; Jumio’s bankruptcy filing; David Chang’s delivery restaurant; Google Photos

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March 23, 2016

24554Apple’s iTunes overtaken by streaming music services in sales
Streaming generated $2.4 billion in U.S. music sales last year, surpassing digital downloads as the recording industry’s single biggest source of revenue and propelling the business to its first year of growth since 2011.
Read more on Bloomberg

Jumio files for bankruptcy, plans sale to Facebook co-founder
Jumio Inc., a venture-backed identity verification business whose customers include United Airlines Inc. and Airbnb Inc., filed for bankruptcy on Monday with a plan to sell itself to Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

An exclusive look at Ando, David Chang’s top-secret new delivery restaurant
First, the bad news: There’s zero chance you’ll ever be able to eat at David Chang’s new restaurant. But the good news? That’s because it’s going to come to you.
Read more on Fast Company

Google Photos now builds perfect vacation albums on its own
Although the Google Photos app is only 10 months old, the service has already amassed more than 100 million monthly active users.
Read more on Wired 

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