Marriott to challenge Airbnb, Spotify doubles Apple Music members
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Marriott will reportedly launch its own home rental service to compete with AIRBNB and possibly unveiling as early as next month, this according to the wall street journal.
While AIRBNB has slowly crept into the traditional hotel space, its competitors find themselves moving into the unfamiliar home rental Business.
Spotify has doubled the Apple music subscriber base, announcing it hit the 100 million mark and the end of March.
Spotify's play membership is double what Apple reported early in the year and the company also says 217 million people use the service at least ones a month A number it expects to rise by mid year.
And finally a massive cloud database with information like names, ages, genders, income levels and marital status were exposed on an unsecured location.
Though Social Security and payment information data was not collected.
More than 80 million households in all were included in the database.
The latest in the seemingly endless tale of massive security exploits of personal information.
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