Facebook costs trillions of dollars in productivity. Veteran lifestreamer Justin.tv turns to Snapchat to create new content. YouTube Red gets PewDiePie movie and other content, but will people pay to subscribe? iRobot spins off defense wing because maybe people don't want military-grade vacuums. Factory in Japan plans to make robot lettuce.
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