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Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget.

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space

NASA schedules first operational flight of Crew Dragon for Halloween

SpaceX Crew-1 will take four astronauts to the ISS.
Space Travel

NASA Schedules the First Crew Dragon Operational Flight for Halloween

SpaceX Crew-1 will take four astronauts to the ISS.
Whole Foods

Amazon Opens the First Permanent Online-Only Whole Foods Store

It'll exclusively serve Brooklyn customers.
SpaceX

SpaceX Gets Closer to a Private Beta of Its Starlink Internet Service

It has started asking potential testers for their addresses.
News and Trends

Wells Fargo Wants Employees to Delete TikTok From Company Phones

The banking institution has banned employees from installing the app.
News and Trends

Two States Are Reportedly Looking Into How Amazon Treats Sellers

It's under investigation in California and Washington, according to sources.
News and Trends

Uber, Lyft Drivers Are Employees, According to California Regulator

They must ensure that their services comply with the state's new gig-worker law.
News and Trends

Tesla CEO Elon Musk Gets $700 Million in First Performance-Based Payout

It's the first of 12 payouts for the chief executive.
Amazon

Amazon Is Slashing Commission Rates for Its Affiliate Program

The commission rates will change starting on April 21st.
News and Trends

Microsoft Set to Push Windows 10X and Surface Neo Releases Back Until 2021

A Microsoft exec reportedly told his team that the platform won't be out before 2020 ends.
News and Trends

Tesla Reports Best-Ever First-Quarter Production and Delivery Numbers

It manufactured 102,672 and delivered 88,400 vehicles in Q1 2020.
Social Media

Twitter Launches Facebook-Like Reaction Emojis for DMs

The social network just switched a couple of emoji options
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.