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**"Spotify's Car Thing: From Cutting-Edge Gadget to Expensive Paperweight—Get Your Refunds Before They Vanish Too!"**

So, Spotify's grand foray into the world of hardware with their Car Thing has hit a brick wall—literally. The streaming giant decided to discontinue the device, effectively turning it into a fancy paperweight by the end of the year. Of course, they wrapped this announcement in a sweet-sounding corporate statement about "streamlining product offerings," which is corporate-speak for "we're cutting costs".

This charming little gadget, which allowed users to control Spotify in their cars, will soon join the graveyard of tech misfires. Spotify's official stance is that they want to focus on "developing new features"—you know, the kind that don't involve refunding unhappy customers. But in a rare twist of corporate kindness, they are offering refunds to those who can prove they bought one.

Users are rightfully miffed, pointing out the device doesn't require much upkeep and could've continued working without extra effort from Spotify. But who needs customer satisfaction when you can just tell them to "safely dispose" of their Car Thing following local electronic waste guidelines? Because nothing says "we care" like telling your customers to trash their still-functional gadgets.

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