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Woot! Offers Free Shipping for Amazon Prime Members Purchases

Amazon Prime Members

Woot! – an Amazon company – announced on Friday that Prime members would enjoy free shipping on purchases from its daily deals site. All that Amazon Prime members need to do is log in to their Amazon account by going to woot.com/prime, according to a press release from Woot! Woot! was founded in 2004 and then it was acquired by …

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Unknown Cryptocurrency Enthusiast Buys $400M in Bitcoin

Cryptocurrency Enthusiast

An unknown follower of the cryptocurrency business has purchased $400 million in Bitcoin (BTC). The buyer is apparently following the cryptocurrency investment advice “Buy low, sell high,” according to Use The Bitcoin (UTB). The purchase comes just as the price of Bitcoin plunged last week after reaching a record high in December last year. Date of Purchase UTB quoted Bitcoin …

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UPS to Rollout Electric Trucks

UPS Electric Truck

United Parcel Service (UPS) is going to develop 50 plug-in electric delivery trucks with Workhorse Group Inc., a company involved in electric transportation technology. In a press statement on its site, UPS said it would first test the vehicles on urban routes across the country, including Atlanta, Dallas, and Los Angeles. The electric trucks will operate during the day and …

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Mobile World Congress to Introduce New Android Devices

Android Devices

Smartphone makers Sony, Samsung, Huawei, and ASUS, just to name a few, will headline this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) to be held in Barcelona, Spain. (Read: Samsung, Sony, Huawei, and More Will Present New Devices at Mobile’s Biggest Show) The MWC, which is the biggest mobile industry event every year, will kick off on Monday and end on March …

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Apple Wants to Buy Cobalt Directly from Miners

Cobalt

Apple is negotiating with cobalt miners to buy the mineral directly from them, according to a Bloomberg report, quoting people familiar with the matter. (Read: Apple in Talks to Buy Cobalt Directly from Miners) Cobalt is a primary ingredient in lithium-ion batteries used in Apple’s devices like the iPhone, iPad, and MacBooks and according to the Bloomberg report, the tech …

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Google Rolls out Google Pay

Google Pay

Google announced on Tuesday the rollout of Google Pay, which combines two mobile payment services Android Pay and Google Wallet. “Fast, simple checkout. Easy access to rewards and offers. One spot for purchases, passes, and payment methods. All of these are ways we’ve been working to make paying safer and easier for everyone, everywhere.  And you can make the most …

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An iOS Bug That Crashes Your iPhone Is on the Loose

iOs bug

iPhone users, beware. There’s a new iOS bug out there. The bug is contained in a message with a single character from the Indian Telugu language. When a user of an iPhone running iOS 11.2.5 opens the message, the device will revert to its login screen and require the user to enter his or her PIN again as well as …

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Google Launches Lighter Version of Google Mail

Gmail Go

Android users, rejoice! There is now a lightweight version of Gmail. Compared to Gmail, which uses 47 MB of storage space and has a download speed of 20.66 MB, Gmail Go occupies about 25 MB of space and has 9.51 MB download speed, a TechCrunch report said. The Same Features as Gmail Also, Gmail Go has “multiple account support, conversation …

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Project Fi Is Now Available in 35 More Countries

Project Fi

Google announced on Thursday that data coverage provided by Project Fi is now available in 35 more countries. From 135 nations, the total number of countries and territories where users can take advantage of Project Fi’s service is now at 170. Same High-Speed International Coverage “Starting today (Thursday), you can enjoy data coverage in 170 countries and territories. Like always, …

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Google Begins Test on New App Called Reply

Reply

Internet search giant Google is testing a new feature that will work other messaging apps. Called Reply, Google said the app “puts the Smart Reply you may know from Google right into notifications from the chat apps you use most often.” (Read: Google’s Fast-Loading AMP Pages Are Coming to Gmail) Android Police reported that invitations to test Reply were sent …

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