Pick up the Fire TV remote, hit the mic button, and tell Fire TV to "Play Apple Music". It seems that Amazon doesn't have any issues with Apple putting its wireless services on any of its products. That is unless you're an Amazon Prime member, in which case you'll benefit from additional savings and have access to the Fire TV Stick for just £24.99. Amazon's speakers are getting better in that regard in the near future, as the company has announced that Apple Music will be available on Echo devices later this year. To turn it on, open the Alexa app on your phone and activate the Apple Music skill. Have you tested it out on an Alexa device?
Aussie travellers warned to take care in wake of New Zealand shooting
She said the victims were people who had made New Zealand their home, and that the perpetrators had no place in the country . Commissioner Bush said three other people were taken into custody, but one may have had nothing to do with the incident.
Apple is likely facing stiff competition from rival music services.
The news of Apple Music coming to the Echo in the United Kingdom comes months after the service launched in the US. With this, Fire TV devices can be used to stream playlists, albums, and individual songs from Apple Music using "Alexa" commands. This launch indicates Apple's switch from a standard walled-garden approach to services. Anyone who wanted Apple Music needed to buy an Apple device.
Uber reportedly planning an April IPO
Both have also moved quite swiftly to go public given they both filed confidential paperwork for an IPO in December 2018. Dara Khosrowshahi, chief executive officer of Uber, has previously said a culture change is a work in progress.
Google Home units previously made their platform available for Apple Music, but it was only for a brief period of time. At CES earlier this year, the company announced that AirPlay 2 and Homekit support will soon come to a host of smart TVs, and Samsung's TVs would even add the iTunes video store. While new subscribers get a three-month free trial, the service does require a $9.99 monthly subscription.
Chiefs release safety Eric Berry
Berry, 30, spent nine seasons in Kansas City after being drafted by the Chiefs with the fifth-overall pick in the 2010 draft. Prior to returning in Week 15, Berry hadn't played since Week 1 of 2017 following a season-ending Achilles injury.