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Amazon Brings Fitting Room Home with Prime Wardrobe

California Offshore Oil Firms Hit with Nearly 400 Violations

By Joseph Pisani |
Prime Wardrobe, which sends a box of fashions to try before you pay, basically bringing the fitting room home. It ships up to eight items and users are charged for whatever they do...

Audit Clears Facebook Despite Cambridge Analytica Leaks

Audit Clears Facebook Despite Cambridge Analytica Leaks

By Barbara Ortutay | Apr 21
An audit of Facebook's privacy practices for the Federal Trade Commission found no problems even though the company knew at the time that a data-mining firm improperly obtained private data from millions of users.

Cell Phones, Biometrics Fuel Jump in Bank Account Ownership

Cell Phones, Biometrics Fuel Jump in Bank Account Ownership

By Ken Sweet | Apr 21
Roughly seven out of every 10 adults worldwide now has some form of a bank account, the World Bank said Thursday, largely due to by the proliferation of cell phone-based bank accounts.

Amazon Reveals Its Prime Service Has 100 Million Members

Amazon Reveals Its Prime Service Has 100 Million Members

By Michael Liedtke | Apr 21
Amazon has persuaded more than 100 million shoppers to subscribe to its Prime service that offers free two-day shipping and other perks that help bind people to the company and its ever-expanding empire.

 Russia Takes Heavy Hand to Internet to Block Messaging App

Russia Takes Heavy Hand to Internet to Block Messaging App

By Nataliya Vasilyeva and Frances Ebel | Apr 20
Russian authorities are freezing up vast swathes of the country's online world in what critics call a heavy-handed - and so far unsuccessful - attempt to block a popular messaging app, Telegram.

Waze Causing LA Traffic Headaches, City Council Member Says

Waze Causing LA Traffic Headaches, City Council Member Says

By Christopher Weber | Apr 20
Los Angeles should consider legal action against Waze over complaints that the traffic navigation app is recklessly guiding motorists off thoroughfares and into residential neighborhoods in search of shorter or quicker routes, a city council member said.