Apple has set up a general support line on Twitter to field questions from customers.
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Alphabet's Google is testing a new service under Google Express that will deliver groceries in under two hours. The grocery delivery service, taking on Amazon and others, has launched in parts of California for testing.
In its first big streaming deal, Twitter reportedly beat out Amazon and Verizon for the streaming rights.
Uber is having to heavily subsidize its rides in China to fend off competition, and it's not help the company's bottom line.
The move is likely to drive more users to its $99 per year Prime service that offers free two-day shipping.
Dyson is looking to build out batteries for its line of home products. But could the new batteries be used in other places, like Tesla's are?
AT&T and DirectTV is the next mega-corp to confirm it will begin testing web TV.
Mophie's battery cases, combined with Zagg's Invisible Shield could make one hard case - and business model - to crack.
The company confirms the Tesla Model 3 will start at $35,000 before incentives, and there's some math in play that could make it cheaper for residents in some states.