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Amazon ‘The Hub’ brings delivery lockers to apartment complexes

Amazon ‘The Hub’ brings delivery lockers to apartment complexes

Amazon currently offers delivery lockers at certain destinations such as colleges, but it wants to make things even more convenient for its customers. The company has quietly introduced a new product for apartment owners, giving them the option to have Amazon parcel lockboxes installed directly on the property. With these, residents can retrieve their packages from a secured box rather than waiting for the delivery person to show up.

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Twitter’s user growth just came to a halt

Twitter’s user growth just came to a halt

Twitter's latest round of financials isn't looking all that hot. The social media company has delivered its reporting for quarter 2, and on top of posting a loss, it also didn't experience any significant user base growth throughout the three month period. That, as you can probably guess, isn't very encouraging for a company that still has yet to turn a profit.

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YouTube Red, Google Play Music merger confirmed by YouTube exec

YouTube Red, Google Play Music merger confirmed by YouTube exec

Google will soon be consolidating its music streaming strategy, which, in all honesty, is a long time coming. Almost like its confusing assortment of messaging services, music in Google can come from a variety of sources. One is the more obvious Google Play Music, but YouTube, which is normally about streaming videos, also does have music-related offering, including YouTube Red. Soon, however, there might only be one, if YouTube’s head of music, Lyor Cohen, sees it through.

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Foxconn manufacturing plant will be built in Wisconsin as part of $10bn plan

Foxconn manufacturing plant will be built in Wisconsin as part of $10bn plan

Foxconn has announced plans to build a massive facility in the United States, one that will include housing units, service businesses, stores and more. The facility will be constructed in Wisconsin, with the overall plan representing a massive $10 billion investment for the company. Wisconsin lawmakers are now tasked with presenting a subsidy package, one that may be about 50 times greater than the biggest it has ever offered.

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Nintendo Switch sales close in on a major milestone

Nintendo Switch sales close in on a major milestone

Nintendo has delivered its latest round of financial results, and it would appear that Switch is still selling very well. Of course, it doesn't necessarily take a financial report to figure that out, as the Switch can still be difficult to find in some place. This continuing shortage is indicative of the Switch's success, with Nintendo reporting that it sold 1.97 million consoles in the three-month period ending in June.

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Apple is bringing 3 manufacturing plants to the US (says Trump)

Apple is bringing 3 manufacturing plants to the US (says Trump)

Though Apple hasn't confirmed the news, President Trump has apparently spoiled a surprise the company has in store by making the announcement himself: Apple is bringing three manufacturing plants to the United States, or so Trump says. The facilities will be 'three big plants, beautiful plants,' according to Trump, who revealed the information in a recent news interview. 'Big, big, big,' he went on to say.

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PSA: It now costs $15 to get your lost items back from Uber

PSA: It now costs $15 to get your lost items back from Uber

As much of a hassle as it is for a rider who forgets something in an Uber car, the annoyance is double for the driver who has to waste time returning it...time that could otherwise be spent earning money, or at the least, not wasting gas due to someone's simple mistake. Drivers have been vocal about this and Uber is finally listening. As a result, you're going to have to pay from now on to get your forgotten items back.

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Wells Fargo leaks 50,000 client documents in mailing error

Wells Fargo leaks 50,000 client documents in mailing error

These days, we've almost gotten used to large corporations losing sensitive data as a result of poor security measures and hackers, but in the latest incident, Wells Fargo has just made a big mistake. The bank accidentally sent 1.4GB of data containing information on 50,000 of their wealthiest clients to a former financial adviser. While this person had subpoenaed Wells Fargo as part of a lawsuit, these were the not the type of records that had been requested.

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Microsoft just passed a huge milestone

Microsoft just passed a huge milestone

It's a good day to be Satya Nadella. Microsoft delivered its latest round of financials yesterday evening, and things are generally looking good across the board. Revenue and per-share earnings beat estimates in Q4, but even those aren't the biggest items Microsoft reported. Instead, our focus should be on Office 365, which passed an absolutely massive milestone during the quarter.

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Razer Phone will target ‘hardcore gamers’ say sources

Razer Phone will target ‘hardcore gamers’ say sources

All signs point toward Razer launching its own smartphone, and now sources have appeared claiming the handset is in the pipeline to target 'hardcore gamers.' Assuming the sources are correct, Razer is aiming to make an initial public offering in the next few months, anticipating that it will list this upcoming October. If it does, the valuation could set the maker at about $5 billion, and may help bring in funding for the phone.

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Amazon meal kits will ship dinner to your front door

Amazon meal kits will ship dinner to your front door

Blue Apron and lesser known services like it specialize in shipping all the ingredients for dinner to your door, leaving the actual cooking process to the buyer. It has proven to be a popular option that lies between take-out food and cooking from scratch, and now it looks like Amazon is getting in on the game. A trademark application from Amazon recently appeared from Amazon Technologies detailing 'prepared food kits' with the tagline 'we do the prep, you be the chef.'

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‘2 or 3’ more Tesla Gigafactories coming to the US, says Musk

‘2 or 3’ more Tesla Gigafactories coming to the US, says Musk

Demand for Tesla's new Model 3 sedan is already at an all-time high, meaning their Gigafactory, the huge Nevada facility where Tesla mass produces batteries for their electric vehicles and Powerpack storage systems, is going to be very busy for the foreseeable future. But while the first Gigafactory isn't even completed yet, CEO Elon Musk says they already have plans to build "2 or 3" additional facilities in the US.

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