Amazon launches the Music Skill API for Alexa, allowing developers to stream songs from online services to Alexa devices and Amazon Echo speakers in the US (Kyle Wiggers/VentureBeat)

Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat:Amazon launches the Music Skill API for Alexa, allowing developers to stream songs from online services to Alexa devices and Amazon Echo speakers in the US  —  Spicing up voice apps on Amazon's Alexa assistant with jammin' tunes just got a whole lot easier.

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Twitter says it’s testing a home screen toggle to switch between latest and top tweets timelines with a small number of iOS users; toggle previously in settings (Josh Constine/TechCrunch)

Josh Constine / TechCrunch:Twitter says it's testing a home screen toggle to switch between latest and top tweets timelines with a small number of iOS users; toggle previously in settings  —  Twitter is digging one of its most important new features out of its settings and putting it within easy reach.

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The Parker Solar Probe is now the fastest thing mankind has ever built

The Parker Solar Probe is having one heck of a week. It was only yesterday that NASA announced its do-it-all star-studying machine has gotten closer to the Sun than any spacecraft before it, and now the probe has broken another record. According to Guinness World Records, the probe is now the fastest manmade object ever. It reached a speed of 155,959 miles per hour, relative to the position of the Sun. That might sound like…

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Twitter tests homescreen button to easily switch to reverse chronological

Twitter is digging one of its most important new features out of its settings and putting it within easy reach. Twitter is now testing with a small number of iOS users a homescreen button that lets you instantly switch from its algorithmic timeline that shows the best tweets first but out of order to the old reverse chronological feed that only shows people you follow — no tweets liked by friends or other randomness. Sometimes…

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Twitter tests homescreen button to easily switch to reverse chronological

Twitter is digging one of its most important new features out of its settings and putting it within easy reach. Twitter is now testing with a small number of iOS users a homescreen button that lets you instantly switch from its algorithmic timeline that shows the best tweets first but out of order to the old reverse chronological feed that only shows people you follow — no tweets liked by friends or other randomness. Sometimes…

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