Music catalog sizes compared The number of songs offered by a music service used to be one of the main differentiators, but most now offer 50 million songs or more. However, depending on your favored genre, some of them have a more robust catalog that include many under-the-radar, indie or hip-hop artists. If you're musically inclined, constantly on the hunt for your favorite new band, a streaming service like Spotify or Tidal may be more up your alley. Users who are less ambitious about expanding their musical taste will be satisfied with the smaller catalogs Amazon Music Unlimited and Pandora offer. Apple Music is somewhere in the middle, offering a healthy mix of mainstream tunes and underground unknowns. … [Read more...] about Best music streaming service for 2020: Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal and YouTube
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The best existing style AI advice comes from Epytom, a stylist bot that lives on Facebook Messenger, boasting 550,000 daily users. Based on a capsule wardrobe of 40 common clothing items, the bot shoots out daily outfit ideas for users, taking into account gender, age, current weather conditions, and a user-selected style profile. For example, a recent suggestion for me (female, 28 years old, 90026, “artsy”): “It is sky is clear, a high of 76F and a low of 58F, and this Friday is looking great on you! Let’s ease into the awesomeness with Little Black Dress and Crew-Neck Tee! ” The bones of my outfit are determined, and a follow-up message provides further detail: “Strappy slip dress and a white tee are the best for this bold combo — you'll make a loud statement with the contrast! For the best proportions, choose a chic midi dress hit mid-shin and pair it with flats,” followed by three photo examples of the outfit, sourced from style … [Read more...] about Rise of the AI fashion police
The Supreme Court case that’s being quoted is 2017’s Packingham v. North Carolina, in which the court determined that North Carolina couldn’t ban sex offenders from social media. But the North Carolina state legislature is literally the government, which is barred by the First Amendment from restricting speech. Private companies like Twitter and Facebook are not governments and face no such restrictions — in fact, they have First Amendment rights of their own. The order does nothing to resolve this contradiction. … [Read more...] about Let’s go through Trump’s terrible internet censorship order, line by line
Most antivirus apps on Android scan your downloads, including new apps, to check for threats. They can also check the sites you're visiting in your web browser for known threats. This can include sites that are attempting to look like a legitimate app or website to trick you into giving away information. … [Read more...] about Do I need an antivirus on my Android phone?