The Week In Cloud: June 9


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“FedEx’s surprise move signals that the No. 2 U.S. courier will bank on smaller e-commerce customers that lack Amazon’s bargaining power for big volume discounts.”

“Google has now halted its data-center automation software responsible for rescheduling jobs during maintenance work”

“Music publishers are seeking damages of $150 million, saying the company used more than 1,000 songs in its workout videos without a license.”

“Alphabet executives have been pushing U.S. officials to exempt it from the current ban exports to Huawei, warning that security could be at risk if it is unable to update its android operating system on Huawei smartphones,”

A potentially material change for SEO

Facebook is also planning physical ATM-like machines where users can buy the currency”

“Nubank, a digital bank that has become the most
startup in Latin America by extending credit cards to the unbanked“ 

Only 2.7% unemployment in Bay Area

“The condition is that app developers must offer the option of ‘Sign in with Apple’ if they offer any other third-party sign-in. So if a developer offers sign-in with Google, Facebook or Twitter, they have no choice but to offer Apple’s version too.“

“Chewy’s sales rose from $204 million in fiscal year 2014 to $3.5 billion in its 2018 fiscal year, the company said.”

“Last year, Apple confirmed that it uses Google Cloud as the backbone for some of its iCloud products”

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