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Amazon doubles quarterly profits to $1.6bn – and hikes annual cost of Prime 26 Apr 6:23pm Amazon doubles quarterly profits to $1.6bn – and hikes annual cost of Prime
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Company announces cost of Prime subscription will increase $20 to $119 for US customers, after share price soars to record high of $1,625 As
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26 Apr 6:09pm Amazon doubles quarterly profits to $1.6bn as share price jumps to new high
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Shares soar 7% to new record of $1,625 in after-hours trading while company says cost of Prime subscription will increase $20 to $119
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Amazon expected to post record quarterly sales growth – analysts 26 Apr 3:23pm Amazon expected to post record quarterly sales growth – analysts
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Online retail giant could be on track to overtake Apple as the world’s biggest firm, experts say
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26 Apr 11:15am Snapchat hopes for second time lucky with new Spectacles launch
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Only 220,000 units of wearable gadget were sold first time around, with the tech firm writing off $40m in the process Snap is doubling down on its hardware business, launching a new version of its Spectacles camera-glasses today with a better camera, the ability to take still images and water resistance. The new model comes as
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Games console: the indie designer pouring his grief into interactive art 26 Apr 10:18am Games console: the indie designer pouring his grief into interactive art
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When Dan Hett’s younger brother was killed in the Manchester Arena bombing, he embarked on a trilogy of autobiographical experimental video games about the experience and its aftermath Scrolling through Twitter on his phone before going to sleep on 22 May 2017, Dan Hett saw a few vague mentions of an accident of some sort in Manchester: “no details, no actual news, just busybodies speculating.” He rubbed his eyes, removed his glasses and lay down without thinking about it any further. It wasn’t until he picked up his phone the following morning and saw hundreds of notifications that he realised something real had happened, that there had been an explosion, and that his brother Martyn was missing. “The messages, the ones you read … they were right, and you went to sleep,” said a voice in his head. “You went to fucking sleep.” Hett describes this and his other experiences in the days following the
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26 Apr 10:14am Updated Facebook apologises for legal threats over Cambridge Analytica story – live updates
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Social media giant’s chief technical officer Mike Schroepfer questioned by MPs about the firm’s impact on politics. Follow rolling coverage here
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EU plans to force tech firms to clarify third-party trader T&Cs 26 Apr 8:51am EU plans to force tech firms to clarify third-party trader T&Cs
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Amazon, Google and eBay will be obliged to ensure sellers know how to influence online ranking Amazon, Google and other tech firms will be forced to be more transparent in their dealings with third-party businesses who sell goods on their sites, under a draft EU regulation.
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26 Apr 6:11am I can’t afford to upgrade my Vista PC. What can I do?
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Firefox is about to stop supporting Windows Vista and websites are not working. Is there a cheap or preferably free solution? I read your article about Windows 10 updates and that
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