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Walmart reports that online sales in the United States grew 43 percent year-over-year in the fourth quarter, driven by growth in its online grocery business, led by an increase in the number of collections. and deliveries from grocery stores.

This morning, Walmart posted strong holiday sales growth for its holiday quarter, with a 4.2% increase in US sales compared to the same period last year and a 43% increase in sales. its online sales in the United States. The… Continue Reading →

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei says it is "impossible for the United States to crush us" and that "our society will never engage in espionage activities".

Multimedia playback is not supported on your device Media legendRen Zhengfei has described the arrest of his political motivation daughter The founder of Huawei said that there was "no way that the United States could crush" the company, in an… Continue Reading →

Voicebot: The number of Google Assistant shares in the United States reached 4,253 in January 2019, up 2.5 times year-over-year, behind Amazon, which boasted 56,750 Alexa skill skills.

In addition to their market share in the smart speaker market, Google and Amazon are also competing for the developer spirit in the voice application ecosystem. In this regard, Amazon has grown: the number of voice skills available for Alexa… Continue Reading →

Ant Financial's Alipay Digital Wallet is now accepted in 3,000 Walgreens pharmacies in the United States and is expected to cover 7,000 stores by April

Chinese consumers in the US can now use Alipay to pay for their purchases at more than 3,000 Walgreens pharmacies as Chinese mobile payment operators continue to expand overseas. Walgreens is the latest in a chain of retailers outside of… Continue Reading →

US GM accuses former Air Force non-commissioner Monica Witt of helping Iran's cyber-operations against the United States and punishing two Iranian companies

Prosecutors have lodged a complaint against a former air force officer for alleged espionage for Iran, Wednesday confirmed the Justice Ministry. Monica Witt, a former Air Force counterintelligence officer, is accused of having returned to Iran in 2013, after leaving… Continue Reading →

Google announces that it will spend $ 13 billion this year to expand its data centers and offices across the United States, adding a new office in Virginia where it will double its workforce.

The company did not specify at home that each site would cost or provide information on local tax incentives. Ruth Porat, chief financial officer at Google Alphabet, said at a results call earlier this month that she expects "the growth… Continue Reading →

Discovery of a major shipwreck of the Second World War: discovery of a Japanese battleship by the United States

Major discovery: discovery of a Japanese battleship submerged by World War II A Japanese naval ship, the battleship Hiei, sunk November 14, 1942, was discovered. The Hiei is one of the first Japanese ships sunk by the United States during… Continue Reading →

Look at the challenges of online grocery shopping in the United States, where 22% of clothing sales and 30% of electronics sales are done online, compared with just 3% of grocery sales.

Read: Why Amazon is such a threat to the grocery sector Peapod pays generously for the workers' time. Bernard, like all Peapod workers, is a full-time employee who benefits from health care and other benefits. the company has hitherto avoided… Continue Reading →

TikTok hires Vanessa Pappas, YouTube's first general manager for Creative Insights, as the first ever chief executive for the United States.

By Alex Heath TikTok, the Chinese company that has quickly become one of the most popular apps in North America, has hired an experienced YouTube executive to oversee its operations in the United States. Vanessa Pappas, who was the global… Continue Reading →

Tim Armstrong launches a new company, the dtx company, with the goal of investing and presenting direct startups to consumers via real-world large-scale pop-up events in the United States.

Today, Armstrong announces the first investment stream of dtx, which it describes as "directly aimed at consumer businesses that improve the lives of someone else." innovate in payments, customer feedback, innovative products and are led by game-changing funders. " The… Continue Reading →

The first online census of the United States in 2020 may be more inclusive and effective, but some experts are concerned that the Census Bureau may open new risks.

On a freezing morning in Washington, DC, last week, four US Census Bureau staff stood side by side on a stage, grinning broadly as they drenched in cries, whistles, and the enthusiastic applause of the crowd sitting in front of… Continue Reading →

A few weeks after the EU Member States have not reached agreement on the Article 13 proposal, negotiations are under way for a final vote after Germany has reversed its position

Remember: January 18, Negotiations on the new European Copyright Law have been brutally interrupted Member States 'governments failed to agree on a common position on Article 13, which would force Internet platforms to censor their users' publications using download filters…. Continue Reading →

Microsoft acquires from BrightBytes DataSense, a data management platform used by schools across the United States, and its team, for an undisclosed amount

One of the oldest and most important areas of Microsoft in the Azure cloud is education and today announces an acquisition that it hopes will help it grow: DataSense – a flat Data management platform that can be used to… Continue Reading →

The United States wants Western technology to be used instead of the Huawei kit

The United States wants to keep Huawei people away from Western products because of their concerns about the technology security of Chinese society, announced Thursday the US envoy to the European Union. Huawei is under international scrutiny over its relations… Continue Reading →

DeepSolar Project, using machine learning and satellite images 1B +, ​​claims to have found solar installations of 1.47 million people in the United States, far more than the commonly cited estimates.

Solar installations have increased in residential and commercial spaces, but it is almost impossible to know the exact number and location of these panels. As reported by the Ministry of Energy, since 2008, solar installations across the country have grown… Continue Reading →

Google states that Cloud Firestore, its server-free NoSQL document database for mobile, web, and IoT applications, is now available in 13 regions of the world.

Google announced today that Cloud Firestore, its NoSQL server-free document database for mobile, web, and IoT applications, is now available. In addition, Google also introduces some new features and extends the service to 10 new regions. With this launch, Google… Continue Reading →

Facebook states that Apple has reinstated its access to corporate certificates by releasing internal applications online

Update: In a memo obtained by Internal business, Facebook continues to defend its search application, as well as its decision to distribute it through business certificates. Read the details below. In a new statement today, Facebook says that Apple has… Continue Reading →

Research: In 2018, start-ups in the San Francisco Bay Area raised $ 22.4 billion in 87 funding cycles exceeding $ 100 million; startups in the rest of the United States collected $ 24.9 billion from 103 laps over $ 100 million

Region 1 of San Francisco Bay can be better understood as a giant reality distortion field. People live above seismic faults. Many are billionaires; the rest barely pay rent. It is still 60 degrees in a microclimate. And every week,… Continue Reading →

Slack says he's now more than 10 million SADs, more than half of them outside the United States, and that his total paying global customers have grown more than 50 percent year-over-year to more than 85,000

As we approach our fifth anniversary, Slack now has more than 10 million daily active users (DAU) worldwide, further strengthening our leadership position. This growth largely depends on demand at all levels: by increasing transparency within teams and the entire… Continue Reading →

Sources: 2013 "Assembled in the United States", the Mac Pro has been delayed due to a shortage of custom screws in the United States, which is why it is unlikely that Apple is relocating its manufacturing activities in China .

He is content with his new machines, although he can not make exactly the screws that Apple wanted. His company delivered 28,000 screws in 22 trips. Mr. Melo often drove himself an hour in his Lexus sedan. A former Apple… Continue Reading →

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