updated 06:29 am EST, Fri February 7, 2014
Aereo reopens new registrations in New York City after extending capacity
Aereo has re-opened itself to new subscribers in New York, after rectifying its temporary capacity issues in the region. The cloud-based DVR service will not be allowing for new registrations, reports CNet, with a company spokesperson advising those who pre-registered will get priority for joining the service, with others expected once the wait list queue is shortened. Aereo's other service areas remain unaffected.
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Tesla signs European streaming deal with Rdio, Spotify still a possibility
Owners of Tesla cars in Europe will soon have streaming music provided by Rdio, the manufacturer has announced. In a similar way to how the cars in the US have Slacker, GigaOm reports that drivers will be able to listen to the music streaming service's 20 million-track library from their vehicles. Tesla CEO Elon Musk advised the company originally tried to sign a deal with Spotify, and though the Swedish music refused to offer the service, Musk pointed out it can still be used by streaming from a mobile device over Bluetooth, and a Spotify integration could still occur in the future.