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Mobile Minutes: Twitter streams NFL; Pandora returns to roots; Apple’s services business; T-Mobile’s Binge On

April 6, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-04-05 at 3.12.07 PMTwitter wins rights to stream NFL Thursday night games
Twitter won the bidding for the digital streaming rights to the NFL’s Thursday night games, commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday morning – on Twitter, of course.
Read more on ESPN

Music streaming service Pandora returns to its roots 
Pandora Media Inc hopes to go back to the future with the return of co-founder Tim Westergren as CEO and a renewed focus on its industry-leading data trove, built from the listening habits of more than 81 million people.
Read more on Reuters

Apple’s underappreciated services business could be growth engine – Credit Suisse
One part of Apple‘s business is undervalued and overlooked: Services.
Read more on The Wall Street Journal

T-Mobile adds Amazon Prime Music, Epix, Nickelodeon to Binge On
T-Mobile is expanding its Binge On program to cover data consumption from more music and video services: Participating T-Mobile customers can now also stream audio from Amazon Prime Music as well as ESPN Radio and video from Epix, Nickelodeon, Spike, Dailymotion and Viki as well as a handful of other services without having their usage count against their mobile data caps.
Read more on Variety


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