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After Amazon-Whole Foods, Microsoft-Kroger: The Grocery Revolution Is Happening | Street Fight
Amazon Go took the world by storm a year ago, demonstrating that the possibility of a cashierless store where checkout is automatically enabled by AI and sensors is not a thing of the future but of the present. Having not so coincidentally scooped up a major grocery chain in Whole Foods, the stage has been set for some time for Amazon to revolutionize the grocery industry, perhaps even selling its technology to third parties in an effort to open a new revenue stream and remake the industry altogether.

Now, Microsoft and Kroger are teaming up, challenging Amazon’s dominance in grocery innovation and pushing back against its takeover of an increasing number of corporate verticals, including cloud infrastructure in the form of Amazon Web Services. (Street Fight’s Mike Boland has predicted that Amazon will sell its grocery tech just as it’s done with AWS, taking an in-house innovation and transforming it into a cash cow.)
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10 days ago by dancall
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Did you know that platypuses don't have stomachs? Instead the Oesophagus goes straight into the Duodenum. It's thou…
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🎥💥 I am VERY happy to share my brand new showreel for 2019, featuring slime, slow-mo, drums, bright graphics, the c…
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10 days ago by danrubin
Why Ofo Failed | Jeffrey Towson 陶迅
Let’s dispense with the argument that this is about the profitability of bike-sharing. Bike-sharing is popular and has tons of usage (in China). And it has ok but not awesome unit economics. Plus Mobike is doing fine. So is HelloBike. So is Didi Bikes. Ofo’s problems are about Ofo – and not bike sharing.
Everyone should be rooting for Ofo right now. Having a business crater is awful. I’ve been there. You worry all the time. It’s hard to sleep. And it really wears you down over time. So let’s all be sympathetic to fellow entrepreneurs and investors. We should all be trying to help them if we can.
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10 days ago by dancall
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Outrageously busy week running around San Francisco capped off with an all nighter on the red eye back coding away.…
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"Derrière son balayage et son sourire, on comprend assez vite que la meuf nage en plein burn-out maternel. Lui, il…
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10 days ago by LydiaSlack
Amazon’s IMDb launches a free streaming service, Freedive | TechCrunch
Amazon’s IMDb movie website today announced the launch of a free streaming service, called Freedive. The service offers viewers in the U.S. access to an ad-supported collection of TV shows like  Fringe, Heroes, The Bachelor and Without a Trace, as well as Hollywood movies like Awakenings, Foxcatcher, Memento, Monster, Run Lola Run, The Illusionist, The Last Samurai, True Romance, and others.

The content is free to watch without a subscription, and can be viewed on a phone, laptop or a big screen by way of Amazon Fire TV devices.

IMDb was already the home for some video content, including trailers, celebrity interviews and short-form original series such as The IMDb Show, Casting Calls, and No Small Parts. These are now being bundled into Freedive, says the company, and will remain free to watch.
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10 days ago by dancall
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10 days ago by riyogems
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phew that was a lot of europa
theres more europa scenes, this is just quarter of her whole scene

rip in piece
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10 days ago by H.Tomita
IBM unveils its first commercial quantum computer | TechCrunch
At CES, IBM today announced its first commercial quantum computer for use outside of the lab. The 20-qubit system combines into a single package the quantum and classical computing parts it takes to use a machine like this for research and business applications. That package, the IBM Q system, is still huge, of course, but it includes everything a company would need to get started with its quantum computing experiments, including all the machinery necessary to cool the quantum computing hardware.
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10 days ago by dancall
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