Domino Nuro R2 Robot
Domino’s Testing Autonomous Pizza Delivery Robot

Domino’s is testing Nuro’s R2, an autonomous delivery vehicle, in Houston.

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New York Times Tech Workers Unionize

Tech workers at The New York Times have formed a union, part of an ongoing trend within the tech industry.

Amazon Warehouse
Amazon Workers Vote No to Unionization

Amazon has scored a big win in Alabama, as workers voted not to unionize in the biggest unionization push the company has seen in the US.

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Amazon Is the Number One US Apparel Retailer, Passing Walmart

What was years in the making has finally happened, with Amazon passing Walmart to become the largest apparel retailer in the US.

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DoorDash Offering On-Demand COVID Test Delivery

DoorDash is expanding beyond its traditional market, with a new deal to deliver COVID-19 tests.

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MacBook Pro and iPad Pro Facing Delays Due to Chip Shortage

Apple may be delaying production of the highly-anticipated MacBook Pro and iPad Pro amid a global semiconductor shortage.

Apple News
Apple News Could Account for $2.2 Billion and 19 Million Users by 2023

Investment bank Cowen is predicting Apple News+ will account for $2.2 billion in revenue and have some 19 million users by 2023.

Best Buy
Best Buy Debuts $200 Yearly Membership Program

Best Buy has announced a yearly membership program, for $199.99, that provides special pricing, free installation and unlimited tech support.

Ecommerce Nearing $1 Trillion
Ecommerce Nearing $1 Trillion

“We’re forecasting that ecommerce spending this year will be somewhere between $850 billion and $930 billion,” says John Copeland, Vice President of Marketing Science and Customer Insights at Adobe. This would be a 14 percent increase over last year.

Affirm's Debit Card Is The Anti-Credit Card, Says CEO Max Levchin
Affirm’s Debit Card Is The Anti-Credit Card, Says CEO

Max Levchin, CEO of Affirm, describes the company’s debit card as the anti-credit card. the idea of credit cards fundamentally is to get you to spend, get into debt, and stay in debt.