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Apple Leaves Nest Thermostat Out in the Cold


Apple reportedly has pulled the Nest smart thermostat from both its online and brick-and-mortar stores, possibly paving the way for its own line of smart home appliances. The thermostat disappeared from Apple's product offerings earlier this month. Apple's stores now are selling the Ecobee 3, a thermostat that works with Apple's HomeKit, an Internet of Things platform that's part of iOS.
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Amazon Reaps What It Sowed


Amazon's market capitalization on Friday reached $270 billion, surging past Walmart, following a surprisingly strong second quarter earnings report. That amounted to a $46 billion boost in investor confidence, with shares hitting a record high of $580.57. Analysts had projected that Amazon would take a hit in its second quarter. Instead, it reported a profit of $92 million.
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Re: Dot-Com Death by Degrees 3  ShoplinkCheck   2003-02-12 01:13:28 
Re: The Myth of the New Economy 6  jpflaum   2003-02-10 09:24:09 
Re: Who's Afraid of an Internet Sales Tax? 5  DWA   2003-02-09 02:08:27 
Re: The World According to IBM 2  porourke   2003-02-07 19:36:18 
Re: Epinions: An E-Commerce Success That Almost Wasn't 5  SimpleTruth   2003-02-06 20:20:32 
Re: Data Storage 101 2  ghost42   2003-02-06 12:40:34 
Re: Microsoft Wins Java Reprieve 2  Warlock7   2003-02-04 17:58:54 
Re: Music Downloads Not Theft, Americans Say 3  2000n5   2003-02-03 21:30:25 
Re: The Love Bug's Ugly Legacy 2  callalilly1   2003-01-31 13:37:29 
Re: AOL Books $99 Billion Loss; Turner To Step Down 2  munjak   2003-01-30 21:15:30 
Re: Ask Jeeves Revamps Web Ad Strategy 3  jegan   2003-01-30 17:33:07 
Re: A New Starring Role for E-Commerce 2  jleahy   2003-01-29 11:59:04 
Re: Report: 75 Percent Of E-Businesses Destined To Fail 2  jsmith2622   2003-01-29 11:16:20 
Re: Microsoft's .NET: Still .NOT Fully Baked? 5  El_Cu_Guy   2003-01-27 17:20:32 
Re: Buy - or We Die! 4  icoo   2003-01-24 03:28:56 
Re: E-Commerce's 1.3 Percent Problem 5  MikeJacobs   2003-01-23 15:32:40 
Re: ISP Ordered To Reveal File-Swapper's Identity 5  sribeiro   2003-01-23 04:09:13 
Re: Hot Software for Enterprise E-Business 2  patotts   2003-01-22 14:54:59 
Re: The Case Against Case 3  jpflaum   2003-01-21 17:51:37 
Re: Will Froogle Be a Google for Shoppers? 3  alpinechic   2003-01-20 11:16:23 

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Is Microsoft starting to get cool again?
Yes - thanks to Satya Nadella's vision.
Yes - but only in certain areas, like AI and VR.
Maybe - it doesn't seem as stodgy as before.
No - it never was.