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Spotify launches AI voice translator for podcasts

Spotify is set to take podcasting to a new level with its new AI voice translation feature which allows listeners to enjoy podcasts in their native language, even if they were originally recorded in English.

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Musk, Spotify, and Epic Games against Apple 30 per cent fees

Elon Musk has found allies in music streaming giant Spotify and Epic Games, creators of the popular online game Fortnite, who, like Musk, are fed up with Apple’s 30 per cent App Store fees.

Critical vulnerability discovered in Spotify Backstage platform

A vulnerability has been discovered in Spotify’s open-source Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF)-incubated project Backstage, that could allow threat actors to execute remote code execution (RCE).

Canada passes online streaming bill to promote local content

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Spotify Slows Hiring Plans By 25%

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