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Google unveils Android and Wear OS updates

Google unveiled several new Android, Chromebook, and Wear OS features to boost connectivity, productivity, and accessibility. MWC, which begins today in Barcelona, was the occasion for the announcement. New features include Chromebook Quick Pair compatibility, Google Keep shortcuts for phones and smartwatches, and Wear OS accessibility modes. Quick Pair will …

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Twitter layoffs continue, including those of loyalist Esther Crawford

The Information and former Twitter employees reported at least 50 more layoffs. According to Platformer’s Zoë Schiffer, even Elon Musk loyalist Esther Crawford, Twitter payments’ top executive who handled Twitter Blue, was fired. Crawford and most of the product team were laid off this weekend, according to Alex Heath of …

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OnePlus’ gaming prototype phone glows with liquid cooling

OnePlus may no longer release with caution. The Oppo-owned OnePlus 11 debuted in January. The 11R, targeting the expanding Indian smartphone market, came this month. The business now sells last year’s 10T and 10 Pro, three affordable Nord devices, five earphones, and a tablet. Expect a new mechanical keyboard and …

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Amazon joins an India-backed e-commerce initiative to challenge the retail titan

Amazon is joining the Indian government’s e-commerce program to “democratize” online shopping in South Asia and, amusingly, challenge the dominance of companies like the American retail conglomerate. Amazon said on Friday that it will join India’s non-profit Open Network for Digital Commerce, which was started by the country’s commerce ministry …

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Netflix has reduced its rates in over 100 countries in response to criticism for password sharing

Netflix reduced its subscription prices in over 100 areas over the past week as customers considered which streaming services to keep amid price hikes. Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, Libya, Iran, Kenya, Croatia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Venezuela, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines saw price drops. According to Ampere Analysis, …

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Walmart sells e-commerce outdoor retailer Moosejaw after acquiring it in 2017

After six years, Walmart sold Moosejaw to Dick’s Sporting Goods. The March closing’s financial terms were not disclosed. Walmart paid $51 million for Moosejaw in February 2017 to improve its e-commerce.Walmart used the transaction to expand into fashion. “Moosejaw joins the Walmart family to increase our assortment and expertise in …

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