Apple Ups Its Streaming Music Game: Weekly News Roundup

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Can subscriptions help Apple strengthen its streaming game? As the music download market dwindles, the tech giant is expected to unveil a revamped version of iTunes Radio with programming by celeb DJs. The service's new ad-free subscription model, expected to be announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, could help the tech giant compete with leaders like Spotify, who already dominate the space.

Google is introducing new features to give users more control over personal privacy and security in response to mounting concerns about how the search company collects and uses its massive amounts of user data.

And American Apparel has filed a restraining order against its own founder. The retail chain ousted founder Dov Charney as chief executive last year. Find out the new measures the company is taking to distance itself ahead of its annual meeting.

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