Tue. 05/04 – How Many People Still Pay For AOL?
Twitter opens up Space more broadly, and buys the startup Scroll. So, what is the larger endgame here with their subscription play? Apple benefits from the turmoil in Google’s AI team. A breakdown of day one of the Apple/Epic Games trial. And how many people still pay a monthly subscription to AOL?
- Twitter expands Spaces to anyone with 600+ followers, details plans for tickets, reminders and more (Tech Crunch)
- Twitter is buying Scroll, the subscription service that removes ads from news sites (The Verge)
- Twitter makes all of its money from ads. It’s trying to change that. (Recode)
- Apple hires ex-Google AI scientist who resigned after colleagues' firings (Reuters)
- Ford backed Argo sees new sensor as key for self driving cars (Bloomberg)
- Apple and Epic go head-to-head in fiery opening remarks of highly-anticipated trial (9to5 Mac)
- About 1.5 million people still pay for AOL — but now they get tech support and identity theft services instead of dial-up internet (CNBC)
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