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Snapchat could soon get more musical.
Snap has been "in talks" with a number of record labels in an effort to broker deals that would let the company add more music to its app, according to a recent report in The Wall Street Journal. The talks are not yet final but have "intensified in recent weeks."
If these talks do progress to actual licensing deals, it would mean Snapchat would be able to add musical features akin to Instagram and TikTok, both of which allow users to add short clips from popular songs to their posts. It's also the latest sign that Snap wants to do more to lure fans of TikTok to its service. Read more...More about Tech, Snapchat, Social Media Companies, Tiktok, and Tech
Tesla owners will soon find that they can no longer charge up to 100 percent at some Supercharger stations.
The car maker has opted to limit charging to 80 percent at some of its busiest stations, according to a report in Electrek. "Today, we released a new Supercharger feature that will limit owners’ State of Charge (SOC) to 80% at select high-traffic sites," Tesla told employees in a memo obtained by the site.
The new limits will reportedly apply to 17 percent of U.S. charging stations. In some cases, the limit will be in effect at all times, while some stations will only have limits during holidays and "large regional events," like music festivals. Tesla says it expects the change to "result in a 34% improvement in throughput at our busiest Supercharging locations" and that Tesla owners will be alerted to the limit when they show up at an affected station. Read more...More about Tech, Transportation, Tesla, Tech, and Transportation
Netflix teamed up with Latin American YouTubers to create three Little Black Mirror mini-stories, but they're only available in Latin America.
The Little Black Mirror series is a promotional campaign aimed at Spanish-speaking audiences, according to a report from Variety. Netflix confirmed to Mashable that the videos, which will be published on the Netflix América Latina YouTube channel, are only available in Latin American countries and will not be released in English.
That's a bit of a bummer for Black Mirror fans outside of Latin America. But hey, you're not the target here.
Little Black Mirror stars actors and YouTube personalities Alesso, Delaney Glazer, Anwar Jibawi, Rudy Mancuso, Maia Mitchell, Lele Pons, Hannah Stocking, Jeff Wittek, and Juanpa Zurita. Mancuso, who saw massive popularity on Vine, directed the three episodes and scored the music for them. Read more...More about Television, Netflix, Black Mirror, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows
Tidying master Marie Kondo is working on a children's book about friendship, tidying up, and, of course, embracing joy.
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Introducing “Kiki & Jax,” my upcoming children’s picture book co-written and illustrated by @salinayoon. It’s a timeless story about friendship, and I hope that the characters of Kiki and Jax will inspire children and families to tidy and embrace joy! The book launches on November 5, but you can preorder it wherever books are sold – and on konmari.com – starting today. For more details, visit the link in my profile!
Congratulations to the referee in the Netherlands who scored a goal against the Harkemase Boys football club on Saturday.
During a match between the Harkemase Boys and HSV Hoek in the Netherlands, the Harkemase Boys' defense were scrambling to stop the Hoek offense from scoring inside the penalty box. One of the defenders tried to clear the ball away from the goal but kicked it right at the referee and the ball bounced back into the goal.
After a second, the referee signaled that the goal counted much to the dismay of Harkemase players.
Unfortunately for the Harkemase Boys, the referee made the correct call. FIFA considers referees to be part of the field of play, so balls that touch them are still in play. Read more...More about Soccer, Culture, and Sports
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