Snapchat's New Year's Eve party reportedly cost $4 million

Here’s one way to get rid of a warehouse full of unpurchased Snapchat Spectacles: throw an insane New Year’s Eve party and give everyone in your company a pair.

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These robots can talk to one another to 'see' around factory corners

Locus Robotics’ autonomous warehouse robots just got a whole lot smarter, thanks to a new software update that allows them to talk to each other on the warehouse floor. Here’s how they work.

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This Valkyrie R5 humanoid robot is put to the test with Mars colonization on the horizon

Northwestern University has a Valkyrie R5 robot that is now undergoing agility tests in a Massachusetts warehouse to prepare for the NASA’s Space Robotics Challenge finalist round this June.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/03/20/this-valkyrie-r5-humanoid-robot-is-put-to-test-with-mars-colonization-on-horizon.html

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Warehouse Clubs Ignore Customer Relationships at Their Peril


Like many, I have a love-hate relationship with warehouse clubs like Costco, Sam’s Club and BJ’s. I’ve criticized them several times over the years, but it’s worth noting that some of these clubs have been improving. Others not so much. I have some ideas about what these companies are doing right and wrong, and how they can fix things to improve customer relationships, sales and profits. In general, wholesale clubs are all very similar, once you get inside — but for many, the front door is a problem. That’s where customers are ticked off coming and going.

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Apple's lease of old Sunnyvale Pepsi bottling plant hints at Project Titan expansion

Article Image Apple recently leased a 96,000-square-foot warehouse in Sunnyvale, Calif., last used by Pepsi as a bottling plant in a move that grows the company’s presence in an area previously tied to work on Project Titan, colloquially known as the “Apple Car.”

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Apple to invest $13M in Sacramento campus expansion, generate thousands of jobs

Article Image Apple is making preparations to transform a large warehouse at its Elk Grove campus in Sacramento, Calif., into a logistics center, a move that city officials estimate could generate several thousand new jobs.

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UK's Carphone Warehouse denied Apple Watch at launch, hints at Apple retail plans

The CEO of Carphone Warehouse, Britain’s biggest cellphone retailer, on Tuesday said that his company’s 800 stores were left out of the Apple Watch launch scheduled to kick off on April 24, suggesting other big box chains around the world are in the same situation.



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