Day: April 1, 2019

Amazon Is Slashing Whole Foods’ Prices By 20 Percent On Hundreds of Items

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Wall Street Journal: Amazon is planning to cut prices on hundreds of items at Whole Foods stores this week (Warning: source paywalled; alternative source), as the e-commerce giant seeks to change the chain’s high-cost image amid intense competition among grocers. The price cuts affect more than 500…

Intel Capital announces plans to invest $117M in 14 startups

The investments cover companies building new AI platforms, new approaches to chip design, and new solutions for communications, manufacturing and health care. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Pixel 2 removed from Google store – CNET

You can still find a link to buy the Pixel 2 XL, at least for the time being. …read more Source:: CNet

Firefox, Chrome try banishing spammy website requests you probably hate – CNET

We say no to “permission spam” 97 percent of the time, a Firefox study finds. …read more Source:: CNet

Burger King’s meat-free Impossible Whopper tastes real — that’s no April Fools’ joke – CNET

I ate the new Impossible Whopper, made of plant meat. Here’s how it went. …read more Source:: CNet

Apple pioneer Bill Fernandez on AR, VR and the design of the future – CNET

Apple’s first employee has a keen perspective on what’s next. …read more Source:: CNet

5 Galaxy S10 features you’re going to love most – CNET

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 phones are tested and the verdicts are in. Here’s what they do best. …read more Source:: CNet

2020 Toyota Yaris Hatchback is a Mazda, too – Roadshow

The Mazda-Toyota mashup debuts at the 2019 New York Auto Show. …read more Source:: CNet

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg discusses ideas for a news feature, paying publishers – CNET

A year after saying he’d feature less news on Facebook, the CEO says maybe he wants more now. …read more Source:: CNet

How to save money and reduce costs with a yearly auto-renew services checkup

We’re all about saving money these days. Today’s pro tip can help your department or company save a lot of money by identifying where you’re spending on services you’re not using. …read more Source:: ZDNet