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Streaming

WarnerMedia's HBO Max Launches in 2020, and It's Bringing 'Friends'

The streaming service will come loaded with HBO and Warner Bros content, exclusive originals and a backlog of sitcoms including 'Friends,' which will leave Netflix early next year.
Self-Driving Cars

What's the Scariest Thing About Driverless Cars? Hint: It's Not the Price.

Autonomous vehicles will kill your dreaded commute -- that is, if you're not too nervous to let them.
Apple

iPhone Designer Jony Ive to Leave Apple to Start His Own Firm

'While I will not be an [Apple] employee, I will still be very involved.'
Tesla

Parked Tesla Burst Into Flames Due to Battery Module Fault

Following an investigation by Tesla, the Model S was found to have a single battery module fault which caused the vehicle to catch fire.
Women in Tech

STEM Gap: No State Has More Women Than Men With Tech Degrees

While more women are getting STEM degrees and jobs than ever, they still lag behind the number of men. The lack of jobs may be the biggest problem down the road.
Amazon Prime Day

Amazon Announces Prime Day Concert With Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift will headline a live-streamed Prime Day Concert held exclusively for Prime members which will also feature Dua Lipa, SZA and Becky G.
eBay

If Amazon Crashes Again This Prime Day, eBay Has You Covered

eBay is planning to take on Prime Day with its own savings event on July 15, promising 'a fresh batch of too-good-to-be-true deals...if Amazon crashes.'
Delivery

7-Eleven Now Delivers to Parks and Beaches

The 7NOW delivery app allows your order to be delivered to public locations including parks, beaches, sports fields and entertainment venues.
Innovation Now

Walmart Is Using AI to Prevent Checkout Theft

Over 1,000 stores are using computer vision tech to watch checkouts and ensure no item ever goes unscanned.
Social Media

Just Because You Can Take a Selfie Doesn't Mean We Want You To

We can all agree that a picture in front of the Parthenon is a fair game, but that post-workout flex? Maybe not.
Hackers

Florida City to Pay $600,000 to Hackers After Ransomware Attack

The attack occurred on May 29 when a police department employee reportedly opened an email containing the malicious code.