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Amazon Kicks Off Prime Now One-Hour Delivery In New York

Amazon Kicks Off Prime Now One-Hour Delivery In New York

Amazon kicked off its Prime Now service in Manhattan today. The new service allows for one hour delivery for what Amazon calls “daily essentials”–household supplies, books, ...
Baidu Wants In On Uber

Baidu Wants In On Uber

Personal ride/ride sharing service Uberhas drummed up enough positive vibes towards its growth that even Chinese search titan Baidu is looking to get in on it. RELATED: Uber Picks ...
Microsoft Allows For Bitcoin Payments For Online Marketplaces

Microsoft Allows For Bitcoin Payments For Online Marketplaces

Microsoft is now open to accept Bitcoin as currency for digital content purchases. The company allows for Bitcoin to be added to users Microsoft account balance and used in their network ...
Colossal Sony Pictures Hack Now Includes Important Information

Colossal Sony Pictures Hack Now Includes Important Information

Things continue to escalate for Sony Pictures as of late following the big cyber attack last week. Word has hit that hackers also managed to lift personal data and information. RELATED: ...
Uber Picks Up $1.2 Billion In Newest Round of Funding For Asian Expansion Plans

Uber Picks Up $1.2 Billion In Newest Round of Funding For Asian Expansion Plans

Uber has just completed another round of capital funding as it reeled in $1.2 billion. The goal of this particular round of funding is expansion into Asia. RELATED: Uber Reluctantly ...
UK Announces 25 Percent Tax On Multinational Companies

UK Legislator Announces 25 Percent Tax On Multinational Companies

A twenty-five percent tax was announced by the George Osbourne, Chancellor of the Exchequer in the UK. The tax is meant to seal any legal loopholes used by multinational companies ...
Uber Reluctantly Agrees To 2FA Requirement In India

Uber Reluctantly Agrees To 2FA Requirement In India

Uber is a company that probably won’t catch many breaks in different markets. Whenever it sets up camp in a major city there’s a good chance it will leave due to strict ...
Cox Communications Served Due To Lax Piracy Enforcement

Cox Communications Served Due To Lax Piracy Enforcement

Rightscorp handles the dirty work of getting in contact with internet service providers and serving them with lawsuits on behalf of music labels BMG and Round Hill. The target this ...
The Amazon of Southeast Asia Picks Up $250M In Funding

The Amazon of Southeast Asia Picks Up $250M In Funding

Online shopping startup Lazada picked up $250 million from several investment firms—with Singapore-based company Temasek leading things. Founding company Rocket Internet joined the ...
Tax Trouble In China For Microsoft

Tax Trouble In China For Microsoft

Microsoft will end up paying 840 million yuan (roughly $137 million) in back taxes and interest to the Chinese government. It has also been reported by China’s Xinhua that Microsoft ...