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Amazon Aims at Grocery Segment With Register-Free In-Store Shopping

Amazon is readying a concept grocery store in Seattle for early 2017 that will allow consumers to shop without checking out at a cash register. Instead, at Amazon Go, shoppers will scan their smartphone app at a turnstile when … Subscribe to Read >>

Apple Watch Shipments Plunge 71% in Q3 on Timing, 'Aging Lineup,' Says IDC

Apple Watch shipments plummeted 71 percent in Q3 vs. the year ago quarter, said a Monday IDC report. Apple’s decision to launch its second-generation watches in mid-September, toward the end of the quarter, contributed to the quarterly drop … Subscribe to Read >>

Consumer Advocates Plan to Brief Hill on Strengthening Connected Car Rule Protections

The Consumer Federation of America and others are expected to raise concerns during a to-be-rescheduled Public Knowledge briefing for congressional staffers about the cybersecurity and privacy implications of the auto industry’s dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) technology in connected cars … Subscribe to Read >>

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Anti-Trump Political Stances Won't Affect Lobbying, Communications Officials Say

CTA President Gary Shapiro called then-candidate Donald Trump “dangerous and unqualified to lead.” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and Jim Cicconi, since-retired AT&T senior executive vice president-congressional affairs, publicly endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (see 1606230070). NAB President Gordon Smith donated to Trump's Republican primaries opponent Jeb Bush (see 1611150062) . Now that the election is over, those stances aren't expected to affect those entities' efforts to lobby the Republican-controlled Congress or the FCC, numerous attorneys, lobbyists and industry officials said in interviews. … Read More >>

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