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Amazon

Amazon Adds Thousands of Counter Pick-up Locations in the U.S.

The e-commerce giant first launched its Counter pick-up concept back in June 2019.
News and Trends

Facebook Pulls Hundreds of Propaganda Accounts Linked to PR Firms

Apparently, fake news has become big business for PR and marketing firms.
Technology

Postmates Will Test Delivery Robots on San Francisco Sidewalks

The company says it's the first permit ever granted for sidewalk robotics operations in the city.
Amazon Prime Day

Amazon's Prime Day Will be Two Days This Year

It will last for 48 hours from July 15th to 16th.
Uber

Uber Will Test Its Flying Taxis in Melbourne

Uber also considered Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Paris, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Tokyo and Sydney.
Amazon

Amazon Shuts Down Its Restaurant Delivery Business in the U.S.

The food delivery service already closed in London last year.
Electric Cars

Canadian Province Will Prohibit Sale of Gas-Powered Cars by 2040

By 2025, 10 percent of cars sold in the province must be emission-free.
Video Games

Sony Just Laid Out Everything There Is to Know About the PS5

Expect the PlayStation 4 to stick around for at least three more years.
Space Travel

Jeff Bezos Reveals His 'Blue Moon' Lunar Lander

Blue Origin is also working on a rocket engine for its moon missions.
SpaceX

SpaceX Loses Falcon Heavy's Center Booster to the Sea

It wasn't able to make its way back to the port.
Math

Google's Emma Haruka Iwao Breaks the World Record for Calculating Pi

She used the power of cloud computing.
SpaceX

SpaceX Launches the First Private Moon Lander on Israel's Behalf

The robotic spacecraft was a Google's Lunar XPrize finalist.
Ford

Ford Is Developing a Fully Electric F-Series Pickup Truck

The automaker didn't clarify when or where the electric model will arrive.
SpaceX

SpaceX Will Lay Off 10 Percent of Its Staff to Fund Projects

It said it wants to become a leaner company to prepare for the 'difficult challenges ahead.'