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Amazon Reveals New Long-term Energy Plan For Shipping

By 2030, Amazon says it wants to cut carbon emissions in half. The plan comes after Amazon was criticized by Greenpeace for not meeting expectations on prior energy goals. Read more...More about Amazon, Mashable Video, Global Warming, Energy...
Related topics: Amazon, Amazon (AMZN), Greenpeace, Global Warming

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Netease Fights Rising Competition

With new titles debuting constantly from developers all over the world, the video game industry today is more competitive than ever. That's especially true in the game-hungry Chinese market, where many companies are fighting for market share and...

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Wireless National Stock Outlook: Prospects Look Enthralling

The Zacks Wireless National industry primarily comprises companies that provide a comprehensive range of communication and business solutions, including wireless, local exchange, long-distance, data/broadband and Internet, video, managed networking,...

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Youtube Revamps Its Strike System To Include A One-time Warning, Consistent Penalties

YouTube today announced a significant change to its strike system – the penalty system used when YouTube’s reviewers identify a video has violated the site’s Community Guidelines. These strikes could be issued against videos...

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Trump Supporter Is 'done With Him' Over Her Tax Bill

[Video above shows sticker shock from a New York state taxpayer. This is not the woman indicated in the article below. -- eds] A Long Island woman who was a supporter of Donald Trump’s campaign says she no longer supports the president after her...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Taxes

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Wsj: Apple Reorganizing Engineers With Services Focus, Forcing Some Projects On Hold

The Wall Street Journal is out today with a report that outlines Apple’s recent executive and personnel changes. The report covers Apple’s increasing focus on its upcoming video service, new leadership for Siri, and more, and how these...
Related topics: Apple (AAPL)

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Fallout 76 Was Given Away With $5 Thumbsticks Through This Online Store

Fallout 76 hasn’t had the greatest career in video game history. It’s historical in its failures, namely bugs and bad PR, but it won’t be remembered for anything good. To get rid of stock, Polish retailer X-Kom has been giving away...

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Apple’s Streaming Video Service Expected To Cost $15/month; Faces Three Big Problems, Says Analyst

While some are pointing to Apple’s long-awaited streaming video service as a key element in replacing lost iPhone income with Services revenue, at least one major analyst is skeptical. Predicting that Apple will charge $15/month for the...
Related topics: Apple (AAPL)

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Baidu And Iqiyi Have A Lot To Prove This Week

China's leading search engine and the fast-growing video-streaming site it spun off last year will be giving investors new numbers to mull over in a few days, as Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU) and its iQiyi (NASDAQ: IQ) spinoff will report their...
Related topics: Baidu (BIDU), China, Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Mormon Missionaries Can Now Call And Text Home On A Regular Basis

Missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can now call, text or video chat weekly, the First Presidency announced Friday. This update to guidelines regarding communication between full-time missionaries and their families...
Related topics: Religion

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Sex, Coke, And Video Streaming

In this episode of the Market Foolery podcast, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool contributor Jim Mueller analyze those stories and answer the timeless question, "How many stocks should someone have in their portfolio?" Plus, they discuss a survey...
Related topics: Podcasts, Polls

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Twitter Management Talks Video, Daily Users, And More

Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) demonstrated more strong momentum in its fourth quarter, reporting strong top- and bottom-line growth and a nice uptick in daily users. Specifically, revenue increased 24% year over year to a record $909 million, and net income...
Related topics: Social Media, Twitter (business), US Equity Markets

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Apple Likely To Tout 2 New Subscription Services At March 25 Event

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) may finally be ready to unveil its news and video-streaming subscription services, according to reports this past week about a planned March 25 event.While both projects have long been rumored, Apple has released no real...
Related topics: Apple (AAPL), Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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4 Reasons To Buy Cisco After Its Solid Second Quarter

Shares of Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) recently rallied to a multi-year high after the company reported its second quarter earnings. Its revenue rose 7% annually to $12.4 billion (excluding the divestment of its service provider video business), beating...
Related topics: Cisco (business), Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Google Is Making A Massive $13b Investment Push Into Middle America

Whether it’s your email or watching cat videos on YouTube, tech Giant Google is already part of our daily lives.        
Related topics: Google, Google (GOOG)

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Google Is Making A Massive $13b Investment Push Into Middle America

Whether it’s your email or watching cat videos on YouTube, tech Giant Google is already part of our daily lives.        
Related topics: Google, Google (GOOG)

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Apple Likely To Unveil Video Streaming Service On Mar 25

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Related topics: Apple (AAPL), Netflix (NFLX), Amazon, Amazon (AMZN)

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Ray Blk Shares Powerful “paradise” Video

Watch the U.K. singer’s moving new visuals.

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While Activision Reported Record Sales, Employees Were Getting Laid Off

Activision Blizzard, the Santa Monica, California-based video-game maker, announced on an earnings call yesterday (Feb 12) that it would lay off 775 people, or 8% of its workforce. At the same time, CEO Bobby Kotick reported record sales figures for...

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Jibjab, One Of The First Silly Selfie Video Makers, Acquired By Private Equity Firm Catapult Capital

JibJab, one of the first companies that let people insert selfies into videos, gifs, and e-cards, has been acquired by Catapult Capital. The Los Angeles-based private equity firm announced the deal today, but did not disclose financial terms. A...
Related topics: Selfies

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