Nucleus, a company that received $5.6 million dollars in funding from Amazon’s Alexa investment arm is complaining that the Amazon Echo Show borrows ideas from its own Nucleus Anywhere product, and that other Amazon Partners should be wary.
Microsoft BUILD 2017 started today with the announcement that 500 million devices are now running Windows 10 and a renewed focus on what Satya Nadella is calling The Intelligent Cloud. The company revealed Azure Cosmos DB designed for global reach and customer accountability.
We also delve into the less than stellar Snap earnings, how Google will help you get up off your couch and find local events for you to attend, and the chicken nugget tweet heard round the world. Plus, David McCabe from Axios joins us to talk about Mark Zuckerberg's political aspirations.
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- Another cautionary tale for would-be Amazon partners.
- Amazon's New Echo Show Looks a Lot Like Nucleus Intercom, a Startup It Invested Millions In
- Build 2017
- Microsoft debuts Azure Cosmos DB, a superset of its DocumentDB service
- Apple Acquires 'Beddit' iPhone-Connected Sleep Monitoring System
- What Advertisers Want From Snapchat's First Earnings Report
- Google Search will now help you find nearby events
- Inside Zuck's real political strategy
- Mark Zuckerberg's red state road trip
- Most retweets ever