Did you know there's been an android gaming console since 2015? Neither did anybody else!
Did you know that Sony has had a streaming gaming service since 2014? Neither did anybody else!
Google is a textbook case of how monopolization kills innovation. I have Google Music on a Google Pixel in a car with Android Auto. Google literally has my entire music collection. And while Google has lately decided that it won't let me play the music I was just listening to while in the car, instead preferring I dig through five or six keypresses to get to "recently played" (it locks the display out after seven), it's really good at suggesting "radio stations" based on artists.
So okay, Google. I'll listen to "Enigma radio." After all, you have 230GB worth of MP3s of mine, and know that I've chosen "enigma-like" as a genre. So sure. Play me my music in random order I have no control over, seeded in whatever order suits you, and then give me ads -
You have my entire music collection. You can target me better than anyone in the history of advertising. So why on earth would you think I would want to listen to this
When you suggested I should listen to this?
Yep. That's how to sell me on Youtube Music right there. The personalization.