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Tell us where Amazon’s second headquarters should go, March Madness-style

You can fill out the bracket by clicking here, which will take you to a fillable PDF that you can complete in your browser or just print out. Time’s almost up: On Thursday, Amazon will stop taking pitches on where the online retailer should locate its newest headquarters. A bevy of local leaders representing Memphis, Philadelphia and New Jersey, among other metro areas, …

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BuzzFeed CEO: Google, Facebook Should Share More Revenue

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif.—Tech giants Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google will have to find better ways to share revenue with media companies to support quality content, said BuzzFeed Chief Executive Jonah Peretti. “The business model of news is changing, and if Google and Facebook take all the revenue but don’t want to pay for the fact checking, the reporting, the …

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Can Qualcomm Inc. Really Cripple Apple in China? — The Motley Fool

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) wants to block all manufacturing and sales of Apple‘s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone in China, according to a recent Bloomberg report. The mobile chipmaker reportedly requested multiple injunctions in a Beijing intellectual property court, claiming that Apple “employs technologies invented by Qualcomm without paying for them.” If Qualcomm succeeds, it could deal significant damage to Apple’s business, since the iPhone accounts …

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Austin, Texas is most likely to get Amazon’s $5 billion headquarters, according to the data

RoschetzkyProductions/Shutterstock Moody’s Analytics ranked what it believes to be the top contenders for Amazon’s second headquarters. The analysts point to Austin, Texas as the most likely city, based on several of the company’s requirements. However, it is nearly impossible to guess exactly which city Amazon will pick. More than 50 North American cities are hoping Amazon will pick them as the site for …

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Adobe MAX 2017: New Sensei machine learning features previewed including voice assistant, facial recognition, more

During Adobe’s opening keynote in Las Vegas at Adobe MAX 2017, the company previewed prototype versions of Photoshop and XD, featuring all new technologies powered by Adobe Sensei, the machine learning platform first launched by Adobe at MAX 2016. Tweetbot For iOS Adobe plans to turn Sensei into a creative assistant, adding voice recognition capabilities into its applications. Users will …

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