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    1. Even Amazon Didn’t Think You’d Waste So Much Money On Prime Day

      Even Amazon Didn’t Think You’d Waste So Much Money On Prime Day

      There really is a Christmas in July—for Amazon, at least. Tuesday’s Prime Day bonanza was the global sales monolith’s “biggest day ever,” beating out last year’s event and reinforcing it as a de facto new shopping holiday. The company said sales soared 60% over 2016’s event, and even beat out Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Limited to its Prime members, Amazon sold 2 million toys, 1 million pairs of shoes, and 90,000 televisions.

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    2. Source: A “Sense Of Panic” At Apple As The Next Flagship iPhone’s Software Problems Persist

      Source: A “Sense Of Panic” At Apple As The Next Flagship iPhone’s Software Problems Persist

      June was a tense month for the engineers and designers on Apple’s iPhone team with “a sense of panic in the air,” a source with knowledge of the situation tells me. The company has been working feverishly to fix software problems in its hotly anticipated 10th-anniversary iPhone that could ultimately cause production and delivery delays, the source says. If the software problems aren’t resolved quickly, the new flagship iPhone could even launch with major features disabled.

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    3. I Tasted The Microwave Dinner Of The Future, And It Was Delicious

      I Tasted The Microwave Dinner Of The Future, And It Was Delicious

      It’s easy to forget that the diner was a revolutionary idea for its day. These budget-friendly, prefabricated buildings found a foothold in the 1920s, allowing entrepreneurs to launch their own businesses even during the Great Depression. A hundred years later, the diner seems like an idea that could have easily emerged from a Silicon Valley startup.

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    4. Google’s Rules For Designers Working With AI

      Google’s Rules For Designers Working With AI

      How do we make sure we’re designing artificial intelligence that takes human behavior into account? How do you integrate machine learning into a product or service while ensuring that it doesn’t perpetuate bias , oversimplify nuance , or bombard everyone with fake news ? To put it bluntly, how do we design algorithms that aren’t evil ? Google’s AI research division, Google Brain, says it’s on a mission to find out.

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      Mentions: Google
    5. Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem?

      Are You Ready To Consider That Capitalism Is The Real Problem?

      Pelosi was visibly taken aback. “I thank you for your question,” she said, “but I’m sorry to say we’re capitalists, and that’s just the way it is.” The footage went viral. It was powerful because of the clear contrast it set up. Trevor Hill is no hardened left-winger. He’s just your average millennial—bright, informed, curious about the world, and eager to imagine a better one.

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      Mentions: Britain India Africa
    6. In Blow to Tech Industry, Trump Shelves Start-Up Immigrant Rule

      In Blow to Tech Industry, Trump Shelves Start-Up Immigrant Rule

      The International Entrepreneur Rule was designed to use that authority to effectively give a lift to start-ups. Under the Obama administration, the Department of Homeland Security estimated that nearly 3,000 entrepreneurs would be eligible to come to ...

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    7. The Next iPhone May Not Start At $1,200, But It Will Be Very Expensive

      The Next iPhone May Not Start At $1,200, But It Will Be Very Expensive

      Gruber argues that Apple has always had to use components in its phones that were mature and could be manufactured in enough quantity to support the device’s massive sales. That meant that newer, cutting-edge features (like wireless charging and bright OLED screens) couldn’t be used in new phones, putting Apple at a real disadvantage versus the competition. “The best available iPhone should be, at least arguably, the best phone in the world,” Gruber writes.

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      Mentions: Samsung Apple Inc.
    8. This Is How To Write A Follow-Up Email That’s Not Annoying

      This Is How To Write A Follow-Up Email That’s Not Annoying

      As a sender, I’ve learned that it’s best to work from the assumption that whoever I’m writing to probably has more pressing matters to attend to than answer my emails. This forces me to make sure I articulate why it’s in the receiver’s interest to reply. As a receiver, there’s nothing more annoying than getting an email that assumes I’ll work to the sender’s timeline, even when it’s clear that it’s extremely inconvenient to mine, or when there’s no benefit to me whatsoever.

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    9. Your Amazon Echo is ready to nag you now

      Your Amazon Echo is ready to nag you now

      In case your phone's desperate cries for attention weren't enough, you can now get notifications on Amazon Alexa devices such as the Echo speaker and the new Echo Show. When Amazon has something to say, it'll play an audio tone—which can be disabled—and show a yellow light ring or on-screen banner. Users can then manage their notifications with a variety of voice commands, such as, "Alexa, what'd I miss?"

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