Earlier today, Spotify opened up their service to everyone in the United States. An Android application is available for those who opted for the $10 unlimited service. However, in related news, Spotify is also available for Sonos users. You can access your account on your Sonos player and control the music throughout your house with their Sonos Remote application for Android. I know a lot of folks are waiting on more streaming music services to make their way to Sonos. Will the addition of Spotify sweeten the pot for you investing in a Sonos setup? Place a quick vote in the poll below and be sure to check out our review of Sonos.
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The Exynos chips have been made exclusively for Samsung phones, but apparently, Samsung tried to sell them to other manufacturers. A new report claims Qualcomm prevented that from happening.