Amazon workers plan Black Friday strikes and protests in 15 countries

By Amazon, Australia, black friday, brazil, Business, engadget, gear, Germany, India, makeamazonpay, Mexico, News, protest, strike, united kingdom, united states, US, USA, working conditions

Amazon warehouse workers in several countries are planning to carry out strikes and protests on Black Friday, one of the biggest sales events of the year for the company. Among other things, they’ll call on Amazon to improve pay and safety conditions…

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Waymo’s COVID-19 safety tightens as it faces another possible shutdown

By alphabet, autonomous, Business, coronavirus, covid-19, engadget, gear, google, News, safety, self-driving, self-driving car, waymo, waymo one

Waymo’s self-driving passenger service is once again facing the risk of a another COVID-19 shutdown, and those involved are reportedly taking no chances. CNBC says it has obtained email from a Waymo partner warning staff of stricter “COVID Saf…

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Cainiao’s EWTP In Malaysia Starts Operation

By Business, Cainiao, chinatechnews, Kuala Lumpur

Cainiao’s another eWTP digital hub recently started formal operation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which will help the country become a high-growth regional logistics center, bringing localized delivery within 24 hours and cross-border delivery within 72 hours. It is said that this hub is located next to Kuala Lumpur International Airport with an area of over […]

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Digital Marketing in a VUCA World [REPORT]

By advertising, Business, Digital Advertising, paid search, Resources, stateofdigital

We live in increasingly uncertain times and work in a complex industry. COVID-19 made it clear that we live in a volatile, unstable, complex and ambiguous world, as it struck digital marketing agencies with a 40% reduction in the media spend they managed for their clients. It represented the greatest data disruption in digital history. But digital marketing agencies have been on unstable ground for a while as they continuously embrace and adopt artificial intelligence at an accelerating pace involving more automation and less access to data residing in the data bubbles of the largest media owners. Add to this…

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‘Halo Infinite’ director Chris Lee steps down amid production turmoil

By 343 industries, 343industries, Business, engadget, gaming, halo, halo infinite, haloinfinite, xbox, xbox series s, Xbox Series X, xboxseriess, xboxseriesx

Halo Infinite director and studio head Chris Lee has stepped down from his role on the troubled game. Lee was overseeing the long-awaited next entry in the Halo series, which was supposed to arrive alongside the Xbox Series X and Series S cons…

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Yiche’s Privatization Agreement Approved By General Meeting Of Shareholders

By Business, chinatechnews, privatization, YiChe

Yiche recently announced that the company’s privatization agreement reached previously had been approved by shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting. In June 2020, Yiche Holding Limited and Yiche Mergersub Limited signed a privatization agreement. According to the agreement, Yiche will be acquired by an investor consortium at a price of USD16 per ADS in cash, […]

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Chase takes on Square with its own contactless payment system

By Business, business complete banking, chase, contactless payment, engadget, gear, jp morgan chase, News, Payment, payments, quickaccept, square

JP Morgan Chase is clearly eager to compete with Square in contactless, app-based store payments. It just launched a Chase-branded Business Complete Banking account with a QuickAccept feature that promises simpler (and crucially, faster) payme…

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Baidu’s Self-driving Taxis Fully Opened In Beijing

By Apollo, Beijing, Business, chinatechnews

Baidu announced on its official Weibo that its self-driving taxi service has been fully opened in Beijing. People in Beijing can directly place an order for a free trial of the self-driving taxi service at the self-driving taxi stations in Haidian and Yizhuang without making an appointment. At present, there are two ways to make […]

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Tesla delivered 139,300 vehicles last quarter, breaking its previous record

By Business, deliveries, electric vehicle, electric vehicles, electricvehicle, electricvehicles, engadget, ev, gear, Model 3, Model S, Model X, Model Y, News, shipments, tesla

Tesla delivered more vehicles than it has in any quarter to date between July and September. In its Q3 vehicle delivery and production report, Tesla said it shipped 139,300 vehicles during those three months.That’s 45 percent more than the num…

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Google expands its free Shopping listings to merchants worldwide

By Business, commerce, e-commerce, Ecommerce, engadget, FREE, gear, googleshopping, listings, local services, merchants, News, online shoppers, online shopping, product, retailers, shoppers, shopping

With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting the retail industry hard, many sellers have placed more focus on e-commerce. Google has helped out merchants in the US by allowing them to list their products on the Shopping tab for free since April. Retaile…

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