A new report says Amazon could launch a pair of new music services. One would be discounted and aimed at Echo owners.
One service would be a run-of-the-mill $10 per month subscription service. The other could cost half the price, but work only with Amazon Echo hardware.
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Amazon Music has a fraction of the songs of Spotify or Apple Music, but the service for "mainstream" fans says it offers other benefits.
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The e-commerce giant reported its third consecutive best-ever quarterly profit, thanks to Prime and its AWS cloud service.
The launch of same-day delivery option to Indian customers further captures Amazon's commitment to India.
Liberty Media, which owns Sirius XM, offered to buy the streaming service for $15 per share, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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