MOBILE, Ala. - Twitter has finally launched its music discovery service. It's designed to help you find new music, based on Twitter activity.
The social networking site unveiled "Twitter #Music" yesterday. The service highlights songs and artists that are popular on Twitter, and helps you find music based on the bands you follow.
You can download "Twitter #Music" from the app store , or use the web version online.
Amazon.com wants to try its hand at TV production. The online retailer plans to roll out 14 of its own TV show pilots. You'll be able to watch the pilots online, and then comment on which shows Amazon should keep as a series on its website.
And, a scary reminder not to walk and text. The surveillance video is grainy, but it shows a man falling off the platform and onto the tracks at a metro station in Washington, D.C. Check out the video in the video tab.
A crowd gathers, and just seconds later, you can see lights from an oncoming train fill the tunnel! A woman and her father were standing nearby and sprang into action, pulling the man to safety, just in the knick of time.
The man, who's in his seventies, was texting on his phone when he walked right off the platform. Luckily he's ok, but hopefully this teaches everyone a lesson on the dangers of texting and walking.
That's your Daily Tech.
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