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Amazon Expanding Amazon Fresh to Non-Prime Shoppers
Amazon is taking a major step forward with its Amazon Fresh grocery service, expanding access to non-Prime subscribers....
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[Poll] Should Microsoft Charge for Improved Security? US Officials Don’t Think So.
Microsoft is under fire from US officials who are criticizing the company for charging more for improved security....
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Google Cloud Nabs Former AWS Data Center Lead
Google Cloud has recruited Chris Vonderhaar, an AWS veteran who oversaw the company's data centers....
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Washington AG: T-Mobile Uncooperative in Security Probe
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says T-Mobile has been refusing to provide the documentation needed for a security probe....
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T-Mobile CEO: Tech Leaders and Employees ‘Gotta Get Back to the Offices’
T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert minced no words about his views of remote vs in-office work, saying, "y’all gotta get back to the offices.”...
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DocuSign Tells Employees to Come Back to the Office
DocuSign is the latest company to mandate a return to the office, as remote work continues to lose popularity....
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Black Friday Online Sales Break Records Despite Inflation
The economy received a boost during Black Friday, with this year's online spending breaking records despite inflation....
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Expedia Ends COVID Vaccine Mandate
Expedia has ended its COVID vaccine mandate, for both employees and visitors to its offices....
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Mark Cuban Wants to Take on Amazon in Online Pharmaceuticals
Mark Cuban believes his company can take on Amazon in the burgeoning online pharmaceutical market....
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Google Bringing Back Employees Three Days a Week Starting April
Google has told employees they should start coming into the office three days a week, beginning April 4, as the pandemic winds down....
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Mazda Drivers Stuck on Public Radio, 5G Blamed
Mazda drivers in Western Washington are getting a major dose of public radio, unable to change the station from public radio KUOW 94.9....
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Italy Fines Amazon $1.3 Billion For Antitrust Violations
Italian regulators have fined Amazon $1.3 billion for promoting third-party sellers that buy its extra services over other sellers....
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NASA Pausing SpaceX Contract While Waiting on Blue Origin’s Lawsuit
NASA is pausing its SpaceX lunar landing contract while it waits for the initial phase of the lawsuit Blue Origin has launched....
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Amazon Pushes Back a Return to the Office to January 2022
Amazon is the latest company to push back a return to the office, telling employees they won’t come back until January 2022....
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Microsoft Lays Off More MSN Employees In Favor Of AI
Microsoft is continuing its shift to AI for its MSN editorial team, laying off additional personnel months after its initial layoffs....
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Senators Want Spectrum Auction to Fund Rural Broadband
According to GeekWire, a group of senators led by Senator Maria Cantwell are pushing to use proceeds from an upcoming 5G spectrum auction to boost rur...
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Apple Acquires Edge AI Firm Xnor
According to VentureBeat, Apple has acquired artificial intelligence (AI) startup for roughly $200 million. Xnor specializes in “the efficie...
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Amazon Settles On Redmond, WA For Project Kuiper, Its Space-Based Initiative
Earlier this year Amazon announced “Project Kuiper, a new initiative to launch a constellation of Low Earth Orbit satellites that will provide low-l...
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