Google Play Music to merge with YouTube Red, Uber to charge for return item trips
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Google's Play Music and YouTube Red programs will soon merge to create a single service.
In its current form Google's Music offering isn't completely intuitive and the company hopes that consolidation of services will help customer understanding.
Music streaming will join YouTube Red which lets customers view videos without ad interruptions.
Apple will no longer make the iPod Nano and Shuffle, according to MacRumors.
The product listings for both items were recently removed from Apples online store, and is being years since either have received any kind of update.
This just about does it for the legacy iPod brand, a classic as tradeoff in 2014.
And finally, Uber will now charge customers $15 is a driver needs to make an extra trip to return an item to a rider.
The new rule will go into effect in August in the US.
Uber says each [UNKNOWN] does that 11 lost items returns a year.
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