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Amazon employees strike over working conditions during Prime Day

The company declined to comment on the strike. It's not sure how Amazon will react. Although Amazon is unlikely to face major disruptions due to the sheer number of fulfillment centers in the US, the strike could draw attention to the ongoing concerns that Amazon is overcharging its employees and pulling them off the hook. The company recently raised its …

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Facebook stops working: website and app stop displaying photos because users also report issues with WhatsApp

Facebook is not working properly anymore, along with WhatsApp. Instead of a complete or global outage, the Facebook issue seems specific to certain features. Users report that certain posts or photos are not displayed, but the page may load. According to the Down Detector of the tracking website, problems are reported worldwide. Particularly affected were users in Europe, the US, …

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Google is working on AirDrop Clone for Android

Google is working on a new AirDrop clone for Android. With the new Fast Share feature, users can quickly transfer data from their phone to nearby Android devices without the need for an Internet connection. For those who are unfamiliar, Apple has popularized the feature with the iPhone's AirDrop feature, which lets you share photos, files and websites from your …

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Report: Tesla is working on research and development of battery cells to ease relations with Panasonic

Enlarge / An electric car from Tesla Motors Inc., model S, is connected to a charger at a Tesla store in Munich on Monday, March 30, 2015. According to a report by CNBC, Tesla now works in a laboratory near its Fremont, California facility, researching and developing battery-cell lithium-ion battery cells, as well as systems that enable the company to …

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4 states are working together to stop T-Mobile's acquisition of Sprint

Four other states, including Letitia James of New York, have joined forces to stop T-Mobile's acquisition of Sprint. Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and Nevada Been Included in Changed List Beau Buffier, chief of the antitrust office in James's office, lodged a complaint on Friday. State and corporate lawyers also proposed October 7 for the start of a process that could take …

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A legacy of Carl Sagan could fly next week – a working awning

Enlarge / Artist concept of LightSail 2 above the Earth. Josh Spradling / The Planetary Society The SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch a group of 24 satellites for the US Air Force. The rocket, known as the Space Test Program 2 mission, will deposit its payloads in three different orbits. Perhaps the most fascinating satellite is dropped at the …

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