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Apple Music expands to 52 new countries in global services push

Apple Music expands to 52 new countries in global services push

Apple Music is being expanded to 52 additional countries and territories in a push to broaden service revenue streams for the iPhone maker, the company said Tuesday.The move, part of the biggest expansion of Apple services in a decade, brings Apple Music to a

Viral content: Tokyo governor's distancing call is online hit

Viral content: Tokyo governor's distancing call is online hit

Manga, music and even video games: calls from Tokyo's governor for residents to practise social distancing to stem the spread of coronavirus have inspired a slew of viral online tributes.On Twitter, a clip from a game in which players roam around town finding

Drogba joins effort to distribute aid to poor in Ivory Coast

Drogba joins effort to distribute aid to poor in Ivory Coast

Former Ivorian striker Didier Drogba and one of the country's biggest music groups Magic System distributed aid on Friday to 200 families in a poor area of Abidjan as part of the effort to fight the coronavirus crisis.Drogba joined Salif Traore, known as A'S

German venues should stay shut for 18 months: expert

German venues should stay shut for 18 months: expert

Football fans and concert-goers could be barred from seeing their favourite teams and bands play live in Germany for 18 months due to the coronavirus, according to a science expert.Keeping Germany's stadiums and music venues closed until well into 2021 "woul

Millions watch Andrea Bocelli sing in empty Milan cathedral

Millions watch Andrea Bocelli sing in empty Milan cathedral

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli performed a solo Easter concert from an empty Milan Cathedral streamed live to millions of people around the world in coronavirus lockdown.The "Music for Hope" performance, which was streamed on YouTube from Milan's Duomo cathed

Can't stop the music: Boston Red Sox organist enjoys home run

Can't stop the music: Boston Red Sox organist enjoys home run

Even though the American baseball season has been suspended, Boston's Fenway Park organist is still churning out the tunes. Josh Kantor decided on a whim to conduct a virtual "seventh-inning stretch" musical performance from his living room on what was supp