Mobile Minutes: Facebook, Twitter race to TV; Spotify’s rights agreement; Hidden cost of convenience; Twitter’s 140-character limit

Spotify and musicians are playing a new tune
While Spotify AB doesn’t follow the old playbook of accepting monetary incentives from musicians seeking more visibility on its music-streaming service, it does want something from them in exchange: their labor.
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The hidden cost of convenience with food delivery app DoorDash
A menu on DoorDash Inc.’s website lists the price for a Bubba Gump’s shrimp po’ boy at $14.95 before delivery fees. Walk into the same restaurant in Denver, and you’ll find it on the menu for about $3 less.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey nixes idea of expanding 140-character limit
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says the service’s iconic 140-character message limit isn’t going away.
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