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Adidas back pedals on robot scooter production with Speedfactory closures – TechCrunch

An expensive experiment in global distribution has been abandoned by Adidas, who has announced that it will close the robot's "Speedfactories" in Atlanta and Ansbach, Germany, within 6 months. The company sugared the news with a promise to reuse the technology used at the existing human-powered factories in Asia. The factories were established in 2016 (Ansbach) and 2017 (Atlanta) as …

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Alibaba collaborates with Lolli to allow US buyers to earn 'free Bitcoin'

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has partnered with Bitcoin (BTC) to reward Lolli shopping app, allowing customers to earn 5% back in Bitcoin. Alibaba customers can now get Satoshis (rate), the smallest unit of Bitcoin currency, worth 0.000001 BTC, when they shop "thousands of items online," says Lolli. The world's largest retailer and largest one-day shopping event was announced on Singles …

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Microsoft promises to "honor" California's comprehensive privacy laws across the United States

On Monday, Microsoft announced that it would respect the "core rights" granted to Californians through the state's landmark privacy policy and expand that coverage throughout the United States. In a blog post on Monday, Julie Brill, Microsoft's head of privacy, said the company will expand the principles of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) across the United States, just as …

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Ex-WeWork CEO Adam Neumann can be replaced by T-Mobile CEO John Legere

WeWork's former CEO Adam Neumann, whose erratic behavior and questionable management decisions led to him being pushed out of the company he founded, is a tough act to follow. Now SoftBank, the securities firm that essentially has control over the troubled employee startup, is considering a replacement with some similar unconventional features: T-Mobile CEO John Legere, according to a new …

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