Amazon to Open 100 pop-up Retail Stores Around the US

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Amazon’s retail plans are growing from a brick and mortar bookstore in a large network pop-up stores in US malls, according to a report from Business Insider. These retail outlets, as they say, is different from existing in Seattle showcase Amazon focusing not on the books but also for an increasing number of electronic devices. These devices include the Amazon Kindle and Amazon Fire product lines,...

Uber Planning to Invest $500 Million to Create Its Own Worldwide Map

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Uber relies heavily on Google Maps, but it turns out that the company is preparing to stand on its own. According to the Financial Times, Uber plans to invest half a billion dollars in the creation of their own worldwide maps, a crucial step towards the use of autonomous cars. The Financial Times reported that the company is trying to “pour $500 million in an ambitious global mapping project,”...

Largest SSD Drive Comes with 15TB Priced at $10k by Samsung

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Even with today’s latest SSD drives, sometimes you just need a little more space. That’s when Samsung PM1633a SSD comes in with a clock frequency of massive 15.56 terabytes of storage. This power comes at a price, however, with pre-orders for the 15.56 terabytes priced about $10,000. The 15.56TB SSD is not only the largest the SSD, ever, but the biggest one hard drive ever, finally broke...

Sony Selling its Battery Division to a Japanese Company Murata

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Sony plans to sell its battery division to Murata, a Japanese company that produces a wide range of products such as wireless components and robots. Sony launches the battery business in 1975 and was the first company to commercialize the lithium-ion batteries in 1991. The electronics giant is selling the main business and assets in an effort to return to profitability – it recently unloaded...