Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday singled out Apple’s iMessage mobile messaging service as Facebook’s „biggest competitor by far.“ (via CNBC).
The comments were made to investors during an earnings call for the company’s third quarter performance, in which the Facebook CEO admitted the social platform was losing out to iMessage in „important“ territories like the U.S., where iPhone sales are highest.
„Our biggest competitor by far is iMessage,“ Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in an earnings call on Tuesday with investors, referring to the messaging service built into the iPhone and other Apple products. [...]
Bose today revealed the „Bose Home Speaker 500,“ a new smart speaker that comes with Amazon Alexa built into the device and support for Bluetooth music streaming from iOS and Android smartphones. The Wi-Fi enabled speaker has many of the same features as competitor devices like HomePod and Sonos One, including music streaming, smart home automation, smart assistant inquiries, multi-room music syncing, and more.
In „early 2019,“ Bose says that it will introduce support for AirPlay 2 in the Bose Home Speaker 500, as well as in a pair of smart soundbars also announced today, the Bose Soundbar 500 and Bose Soundbar 700. For the Bose Home Speaker 500, the [...]
AMC today announced the upcoming launch of a new movie-watching service that’s designed to compete with MoviePass, allowing AMC customers to watch several movies per week for a monthly fee.
While MoviePass permits customers to watch one movie per day for $9.95 per month, there have been questions about its long-term sustainability. AMC’s „Stubs A-List“ offering will let customers watch three movies per week for $19.95 plus tax, which it claims is a „sustainable price.“
MoviePass does not permit customers to watch more than one movie per day or to rewatch movies they’ve already seen once, both features that are [...]
Subscription based music service and Apple Music competitor Tidal is months behind on its royalty payments to record labels according to a report from Norwegian news site Dagens Næringsliv that was translated by Music Business Worldwide.
Multiple sources have said that Tidal has not making timely payments to „three major international companies,“ claims confirmed by two Norway-based labels: Propellor Records and its distributor, Phonofile, a company owned by Sony.
Phonofile CEO Sveinung Rindal said that reports of delayed payments are correct, while Propeller Recordings CEO Frithjof Boye Hungnes said the company had not been paid since October. [...]