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  • China Internet Trends 2020
  • Sony keeps you cool on the move with a wearable air conditioner
  • Amazon U.S. sellers will have to display their name and address starting Sept. 1, 2020
  • Microsoft makes Teams video meetings less tiring with its new Together mode
  • A Facebook SDK issue caused Spotify and other popular iOS apps to crash
  • New report outlines a potential roadmap for Apple’s ARM-based MacBooks
  • iOS 14 gets rid of the app grid to help you find the app you’re looking for
  • Worldwide PC shipments grew due to work-from-home arrangements
  • Nvidia eclipses Intel as most valuable U.S. chipmaker
  • Benedict Evans: Tech and the new normal
  • Our Ghost-Kitchen Future
  • BMW is going all-in on in-car microtransactions
  • WhatsApp’s Business-User Base Grew Tenfold From 2019…The messaging platform said it has more than 50 million users of its business app worldwide each month (WSJ)
  • Uber agrees to buy food-delivery service Postmates for $2.65 billion in stock
  • Salesforce has eclipsed Larry Ellison’s Oracle in market cap
  • Sony invests $250 million in ‘Fortnite’ maker Epic Games
  • Buy now pay later is having a moment as pandemic changes shopping habits. Australian instalment-payment company Afterpay has signed up more than 1.6 million US users since March (WSJ)