Amazon orders increase by 60% during Prime Day promotion

Amazon announced on Wednesday that its order increased by 60% during Prime Day promotion though it encountered internet troubleshoot in the beginning. 

Thanks to the reasonable discouts, Amazon daily sales on Tuesday broke the history record. Fire TV dongle became the best seller. Amazon claimed that the American orders increased by 50% on Prime Day and mobile apps downloads increased by 100%. 

The new updates at Google I/O

Google I/O 2016 is held today. It updated Android and Android Wear, released Google Home, Daydream VR and its two applications. 

Android N

Google did not release the final Android N version at this I/O conference. It made a update for its Android N dev. Google claimed that its performance, security and productivity have been improved a lot. 

Android N optimized compiler that allows the apps run 3-6 times faster. It brought in a JIT compiler which enables the installation of apps run 75% faster. 

10 Tips For Removing A Program That Won't Uninstall

There are many reasons why you may have to perform a program's removal from time to time. Some applications may not work properly, or you may simply want to uninstall some oudated programs in order to free up some extra space for your hard disk. 

Microsoft Build developer for 2016

Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference is this week, and the company has a number of significant updates planned for Windows 10’s one-year anniversary. While Microsoft has moved away from specific update branding like Service Packs or point updates, it has to call them something — in this case, the Anniversary Update - which aims to fix the detected bugs and boost the user experience of using the lastest Windows 10 operating system.

Financing issue: Takeaway website SpoonRocket closes business

The on-demand service economy is struggling for survival. The financing issue, lower profit and strict inspection make the business hard. Some startups end business under this circumstance, including SpoonRocket. 

SpoonRocket announced to close business on Tuesday. This startup was unable to get financing. It was reported that SpoonRocket was looking for final buyer in the previous week. 


After New York, gigabit public Wi-Fi comes to Berlin

If you ask someone in Hanover, Germany, where to find the best public Wi-Fi, the answer may well be "In Berlin," 250 kilometers to the East.

The reason is that free gigabit Wi-Fi for Berliners was one of the first new services announced at the Cebit trade show in Hanover this week.

SurveyGizmo Review: Make the most of your online surveys

Surveys are conducted to understand the pulse of users. The requirements and aspirations of customers can be collected and new products and services can be designed by businesses. If you have access to a set of tools, you will certainly be able to make the most of your surveys. SurveyGizmo will help you in this context. When you use the product, you should want to have the product logo at all circumstances.

Is iOS 9 built for the iPad Pro?

Without the right software, even the best-looking hardware is a brick. It's clear many of iOS 9's features were developed with the iPad Pro in mind. Specifically, Slide Over, Split View and Picture in Picture really take advantage of the larger screen. I've found I can be as productive writing on the iPad Pro (working with Safari on one half of the screen and Pages on the other half) as I am using a similar setup on my 15-in. MacBook Pro.

Pebble announced the launch of Pebble Health

It is already December of the year, which means we can enjoy delicious cookies, chocolates,and big meals with our friends and families during the coming holidays. Yet the over-indulgences on holiday might cause various health problems. So applications that serve as a health keeper would be in need. Pebble has just announced the launch of Pebble Health recently, which will be a timely holiday gift for every Pebbler. The new functionality of this launched is available for the users of Pebble’ s three watches, i.e Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steal, and Pebble Round.


Investors pressure Yahoo to cut jobs, appoint new CEO and sell business

It is reported that the investors lost paitience for CEO Mayer's turnaround plan. It faces new pressures from its investors. 

As the 15th shareholder of Yahoo, Canyon Capital Advisors wrote to Yahoo last Friday to urge it seeked for buyers for its core internet business or the whole company. 

The other investor, SpringOwl Asset Management company suggested Yahoo cut 75% of its workforce and look for competent CEO or strategic partners who help Yahoo out of taxation trouble. 


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