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Amazon is exploring how to turn the Echo into a Trojan horse for advertisers

It's a brand new year, but Amazon is still being creepy. The latest news is that the retail giant's Echo smart speakers could soon assess your shopping habits and sneakily nudge you towards buying fro...


Lawsuit: Duke, UNC Agreed to Not Hire Each Other's Doctors

A federal lawsuit claims despite the rivalry between Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has limits, and the two elite, North Carolina universities agreed they wouldn't...


Here's how much each US state's population grew or shrank in a year

The US Census Bureau recently released its population estimates for the states and Washington, DC. Idaho was the fastest growing state between 2016 and 2017, while Wyoming had the biggest decline in p...


The $2,500 answer to Amazon's Echo could make Japan's sex crisis even worse

Japan has a sex problem. The country's birthrate is shrinking year after year, to the point where deaths are outpacing births. Simply put, Japan's population is decreasing. But let's be clear: Popula...


This is why we kiss each other at midnight on New Year's Eve — and it dates back thousands of years

Kissing at midnight on New Year's Eve is a long held tradition. It could date back to ancient Rome, where the Romans would hold debaucherous parties every year, full of kissing and alcohol. A dilem...


The best Alexa commands to try with your new Echo

No matter how many Amazon Echo commercials you see, it takes a little time to adjust to Alexa. Putting a virtual assistant in your home signals a change in lifestyle, sort of like adopting a puppy. Th...


Amazon is building on its smart speaker lead after the Echo's sales during the holidays (AMZN)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. With the holiday shopping season coming to a close, Amazon’s Echo devices co...


Fuel Company Fined for Slashing Tanks, Burning Excess Oil

A Vermont company fuel company has been fined more than $18,000 by the state for illegally cutting open oil storage tanks and lighting the fuel on fire to get rid of the excess oil.


See Dioramas Of Refugee Homes, Each Re-Created In An Old-Fashioned Suitcase

The miniatures, each displayed in a piece of luggage, capture telling details — a blooming plant in a flowerpot, a kid's tricycle covered in dust, holes punched by bombs.


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