Amazon launched a new service for Prime Members called Prime Wardrobe. Users pick three or more items of clothing, and they are added to a box to be delivered to the user’s home with seven days to try them on and free returns for anything they don’t want to keep. The kept items are then charged to the Amazon account, with discounts tied to the amount of items kept from a shipment.
If you're still using Uber, you can now tip your driver without carrying cash. The company's longstanding policy of not allowing a tipping option has been confusing for riders, many of whom assumed that a tip was included, it was not. The update to the app is part of Uber's 180 days of change campaign.
OnePlus announced its latest flagship Android device, the OnePlus 5, with Qualcomm’s top of the line Snapdragon 835, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and is running Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. OnePlus went with a dual rear facing camera setup for on-the-fly bokeh style photos and 2x optical zoom. OnePlus 5 starts at $479.
We also compare Instagram users to Snapchat users and show you how to get a job not AT Google, but with Google. Plus, Sean Hollister from CNET explains how some developers are already using Apple's Augmented Reality kit.
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- Amazon Prime is testing a try-before-you-buy option on up to 15 pieces of clothing at a time
- Uber Finally Introduces Tipping After Driver Backlash
- The OnePlus 5 is official with Snapdragon 835, 8GB of RAM, 16MP dual-camera, priced at $479/$539
- New Snapchat and Instagram milestones reflect their different strategies
- Google launches its AI-powered jobs search engine
- How Apple leapt ahead of Google, Facebook and Microsoft on AR
- Fidget Spinners Are Over