Happy hump day, Austin! You can make it through the week! Let's check out some of the buzziest items from tech blogs this morning:
Rhapsody, which acquired Napster in 2011, is going to rebrand itself with the name of that service, which as The Next Web notes, was synonymous with illegal music downloads back in the day. Good luck with that!
Twitter tunes in to SoundCloud
Twitter is investing $70 million in cloud music service SoundCloud, placing its value at about $700 million, reports Recode. Twitter's last big foray into music services didn't end up coming to much.
Facebook gets serious about sucicide prevention
A great read at The New York Times about why Facebook has created tools and a team specifically to prevent suicides.
Uber still fundraising
Why is Uber seeking another $2 billion to add to its current $15 billion in fundraising? Wall Street Journal takes a look (subscription required).
Virtual + real rollercoastering
The Verge reports that Six Flags adding VR headsets to actual roller coasters works a lot better than you might imagine. It's being rolled out at parks including San Antonio. Check it out below:
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