Streaming-music services evolve as Pandora brings back listening limits, and highlights from Mobile World Congress include 4G cars, sapphire screens, and new operating systems.
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Thursday's tech news roundup has bad news for Pandora addicts. Free music streaming on Pandora apps is
limited to 40 hours a month
-- but there's no limit for desktop users. Pandora is bringing back limits just as Spotify evolves: it's making
changes to be more social
, just updated its iOS app, and is going to be
available on Ford's Sync AppLink
. Another streaming cousin, TuneIn, also updated its site and iPad app to offer
live listening recommendations
And as Mobile World Congress coverage wraps up, we're keeping our eye on these products:
- General Motors will be selling cars in 2014 that
can connect to AT&T's 4G LTE network
- Future smartphone screens can be
made of sapphire
The Ubuntu Touch wins CNET's Best of MWC Award
. But it'll be awhile before you get to try it. The Ubuntu operating system is so new, that no carrier or manufacturer is behind it yet.
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