Today, LINE launched a flat-rate music streaming service called LINE MUSIC, which is the same kind of service as Apple Music. Users can choose a ¥500 basic plan (limited to 20 hours over 30 days) or a ¥1,000 premium plan (30 days unlimited).
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Long under siege from Facebook, Twitter, and more recently, the semi-social Line, and confronted by a shift toward more open and international social networking options, Japan’s native mixi has signaled what looks a lot like retreat...
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ANA (All Nippon Airways), showing leadership in Social Media, has partnered with a US Social Entrepreneur Organization called Ashoka to create a kind of digital charity/donation concept called Blue Wing.