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  • Goodreads: Best books of 2020
  • Disney+ Could Hit 260 Million Subscribers by 2024, CEO Bob Chapek Says
  • Outlook 2021: Sustaining the Outperforming Covid Recovery
  • Wall Street Begins Trading Water Futures as a Commodity
  • Apple Fitness+ launches this coming Monday at $9.99 per month
  • Facebook hit with massive antitrust lawsuit from 46 states
  • SpaceX’s Starship has flown a record 12.5 km into the air—and then crashed
  • Adobe just released the last Flash update ever…Adobe will stop supporting Flash on December 31st, 2020, and it will block Flash content from running on January 12th, 2021.
  • Amazon’s redesigned Fire TV software starts rolling out today
  • Seoul-based payment tech startup CHAI gets $60 million from Hanhwa, SoftBank Ventures Asia
  • Hyundai to acquire Boston Dynamics for nearly $1B
  • Coronavirus, election results, Kobe Bryant and Zoom among Google’s top 2020 search trends in US and world
  • App stores to see 130 billion downloads in 2020 and record consumer spend of $112 billion
  • With over 1 billion users, Chrome is both a browser and a major platform. The Chrome Web Store hosts more than 250,000 extensions and themes with 4 million Chrome extensions downloaded every day
  • McKinsey estimates that global digital-health revenues—from telemedicine, online pharmacies, wearable devices and so on—will rise from $350bn last year to $600bn in 2024
  • Sony to buy AT&T’s anime business for $1.18 billion to expand global footprint
  • The New Consumer Conversation in an Era of Uncertainty