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Starbucks pauses all social media ads over hate speech concerns

Starbucks is joining the chorus of major brands withdrawing ads from social networks to highlight complaints about online hate speech. The coffee chain announced it would “pause” ads on all social networking platforms, not just Facebook, while it hel…
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Google pauses Chrome update for Android after reports of app data loss

Chrome updates are normally good things, but some Android users have good reason to complain about the latest release. Google has paused the rollout for Chrome 79 on Android after reports of the update 'wiping' data from third-party apps that use th…
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LeEco layoffs affect 325 employees, pauses U.S. expansion amid financial crisis

It could be months before we see what’s next for LeEco. It might even be 2018 by the time we see anything new. With its cash spent and little revenue coming in, the company announced today its expansion in the United States is on hold indefinitely. Hundreds of employees have been laid off while the […]

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Nextbit ‘pauses for a celebration’

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Today marks a special day for Nextbit. The company is celebrating its 3 year anniversary.

Nextbit has posted a banner on Kickstarter that reads ‘pause for a celebration’ and then includes the words “Ship it!” The company wrote a short statement regarding its recent success and states it’s working endlessly to meet everyone’s requests. Nexbit’s Robin smartphone achieved over 3,600 people that invested approximately $ 1.36 million in the company’s Kickstarter campaign. The company was happy to announce that the device received enough popularity to bring to the market. A majority of investment for the Robin came from countries such as the United States, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, the U.K., and Singapore. In case you don’t know, what makes the Robin unique is its ability to use the cloud in order to manage one’s on-board storage availability.

If you’re interested, the device is expected to launch in Q1 of 2016 on all major U.S. carriers. It will include a $ 399 price tag at launch.

Source: Kickstarter

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