If you haven’t heard, Amazon is adding a thing or five to continue expanding whilst capturing our hopeless devotion.
Two weeks after announcing the addition of 9,000 robots to their workforce, the company revealed their plan to open a marketplace for local services.
The new marketplace will enable consumers to use Amazon to find people who can help them with home repairs, haircuts, massages, babysitting and any other services, Reuters reported.
The departure of Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was neither “planned nor as smooth as portrayed.” How befitting of the company. [AllThingsD]
Amazon Web Services went down for an hour Sunday and crippled Vine, Instagram and AirBnB. [GigaOM]
This unauthorized biography of Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer sheds more light on the Tumblr purchase. Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg left David Karp a voicemail that almost curtailed the deal. [Business Insider]
Netflix wants to remind you again that its ratings are irrelevant, dammit. [LA Times]
Of course Google is designing “self-driving robo taxis” because not even Uber is safe from the search giant’s impending world takeover. [CNet]