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Amazon has made some big changes to its service that lets you try on clothes before buying them

Amazon's Prime Wardrobe service launched in beta in June 2017. The service has matured, and the rules for it have changed a bit. It now limits each box to 10 items, and the discounts are now flat instead of a percentage. Amazon's Prime Wardrobe service is growing up, and with that come some changes. The service — which

By | November 15th, 2017|Categories: Home, News|0 Comments

Pinterest Lens now gives users a way to figure out their outfits with the clothes in their closet

Looking for outfits and what to wear is one of the bigger use cases on Pinterest, but as the company looks to try to make the process of getting the right content to users more seamless, it’s been increasingly focusing on its interface with the real world with the camera. Now the company is going

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Japan’s GDP grows for 7 straight quarters, outlook remains solid

Japan's Q3 GDP expands annualized +1.4 percent compared to a forecast of +1.3 percent Q3 GDP +0.3 percent quarter-over-quarter, matching forecast Consumption -0.5 percent compared to a forecast of -0.4 percent Capex +0.2 percent compared to a forecast of +0.3 percent Japan's economy shrugged off a consumer spending dip in the third quarter to post the

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Chanos says Tesla ‘ticks all the boxes’ for being the perfect stock to bet against

Noted short-seller Jim Chanos said Tesla is a "multi-billion dollar loss-making enterprise in a cyclical business" Tesla will have a harder time tapping capital markets if and when Elon Musk leaves, Chanos said Noted short-seller Jim Chanos of Kynikos Associates continued to add to his short position in electric car maker Tesla throughout the year even as

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South Carolina slaps a $500 million price tag on Amazon’s sales tax obligations over five years

The state of South Carolina filed a motion Wednesday to compel the court to force Amazon to collect sales taxes for its third-party sellers. South Carolina estimates it could lose more than $500 million in uncollected taxes if the court doesn't act now. Most third-party sellers on Amazon don't collect sales tax in the states

By | November 10th, 2017|Categories: Home, News|0 Comments

Coffee Meets Bagel dating app introduces ephemeral video to foster authenticity

Coffee Meets Bagel, the dating app that serves up a small number of targeted matches each day, has today introduced a new video feature to help users connect right on the app. “We learned that people don’t really feel a connection to each other until they meet, which makes any dating app feel like a

By | November 9th, 2017|Categories: Home, News|0 Comments

Instagram now lets you add any photos or videos to your Stories

Instagram is turning on a feature that many users have asked for, letting users add photos and videos from their camera roll – even if they’re older than 24 hours. The limitation in place previously seemed designed to encourage Stories to be more of a repository for spur of the moment sharing (as well as

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Twitter’s $99 monthly subscription ad program launches into public beta

Twitter unveiled in its Q3 earnings report that it had been testing a new, self-serve advertising subscription aimed at small businesses. That service, known as Twitter Promote Mode, is officially launching today with the goal of letting small businesses and personal brands more easily run ad campaigns on Twitter’s platform by automating them, for the price of $99 per

By | November 8th, 2017|Categories: Home, News|0 Comments

Foursquare data reveals the most popular fast-food chain in every state — and America has a clear winner

Foursquare released data to reveal the most popular fast-food chain in every state.  The data analyzed the number of visits and locations in that state.  Chick-fil-A dominated the map.  Americans are passionate about fast food. To determine the most popular fast-food chain in each state, Foursquare looked at which chains received the most visits on average per location

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Roku crushes its first-ever earnings report as a public company, shares rocket up over 25%

Shares of Roku were up as much as 28% after it crushed its first earnings report as a public company. Roku credits the growth to its fast-growing platform business, which more than doubled from the period a year ago. The streaming-TV-box provider Roku beat Wall Street revenue estimates on its first earnings report as a public company, giving

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