How I Quit Prime and Survived

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. Here is a collection of past columns. I quit Prime. And it’s fine. As I noted in Wednesday’s newsletter, this makes me an oddball….

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Elizabeth Holmes is set to be sentenced on Sept. 26.

Elizabeth Holmes, the Silicon Valley start-up founder convicted of fraud this month, will be sentenced on Sept. 26, according to a court filing on Wednesday. Ms. Holmes, who was found guilty on three…

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Is Norway the Future of Cars?

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. Here is a collection of past columns. Last year, Norway reached a milestone. Only about 8 percent of new cars sold in the country…

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Amazon Prime: Loved at Almost Any Price

For many Americans, it has become hard to imagine online shopping without Prime. Source link

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Facebook Antitrust Suit Can Move Forward, Judge Says

Holly Vedova, the director of the agency’s bureau of competition, said in a statement that the “F.T.C. staff presented a strong amended complaint, and we look forward to trial.” Facebook said the judge’s…

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What It Was Like on the Elizabeth Holmes Jury for 18 Weeks

“I knew she had started a company,” Ms. Stefanek said. “I knew that it had failed. I knew she liked to wear black turtlenecks. That was about it.” Ms. Holmes’s trial began with…

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How to Make Your Own Animated GIFs

Online “visual” reactions have come a long way since the first sideways smiley-face emoticon appeared four decades ago. Animated GIFs — those files showing a few seconds of choppy motion, like the one…

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How Big Can a TikTok Duet Get?

In October, Sadie Jean, a singer-songwriter and a sophomore at New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, hit the road with some friends to work on writing songs. One particular number,…

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Timeline Set for New Unionization Vote at Amazon Warehouse in Alabama

The National Labor Relations Board has scheduled a mail-in election to start Feb. 4 for workers in Alabama after throwing out the results of a vote last year. Source link

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Facebook Rejected Ads From 60 Women’s Sexual Health Companies According to New Report

A breastfeeding workshop, pants for postpartum comfort, consent education: These are a few of the services and products featured in ads that Facebook has rejected, according to a new report from the Center…

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