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Amazon To Buy Whole Foods for $13.7 Billion

Amazon Is Trying To Change The Way You Shop If you feel like Amazon’s taking over the world, well that’s because it kind of is. Amazon recently announced that it is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 Billion. Although Amazon already offers its Pantry service which ships fresh food to you, it seems like Amazon wants […]

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It’s Do or Die for Cable TV

Can Cable TV Make A Comeback? How many of you still pay for cable TV? That number is probably decreasing as we speak. Recent studies show that payed TV providers could be hemorrhaging close to one million subscribers a years. With all the streaming services available nowadays, one has to wonder “why pay for cable […]

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Microsoft’s New Console: The XBox One X

Microsoft Hopes to Shake Things Up With The Xbox One X The video game console market is in an awkward spot right now. Consoles used to have a predictable upgrade cycle. Every five or so years, the big 3 would get onstage at E3 and show off their brand new shiny hardware. Well, this generation […]

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Everything You Need To Know From The Apple WWDC 2017

The Apple WWDC 2017 Announcements Provide Some Much Needed Updates Earlier this week, I listed a couple of things I’d like to see from Apple this WWDC. Well, Apple definitely delivered, and even threw in one or two things completely out of left field. The first thing I was really happy to see is their […]

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Apple World Wide Developer Conference Streams Today

Apple Hopes to Wow at its annual World Wide Developer Conference The Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC for short) is streaming today at 1PM and let’s just say they’ve gotta impress. The tech giant’s new iPhone didn’t perform as expected, but, as we’re all aware, Apple has a knack for innovation. What Can We […]

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Google Chrome ‘Ad-Filter’ – The Perfect Compromise?

Google To Introduce ‘Ad-Filter’ To Chrome Web Browser Do you hate annoying ads? You’re not the only one. For as long as the internet has existed, ad implementation has always been a problem. For example, if an ad is too intrusive (E.g a pop-up) it detracts from the user experience. How many times have you […]

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Dell Releases First Ever OLED Monitor

Monitor Enthusiasts Rejoice as Dell First Ever OLED Monitor. Have you ever wondered why your Samsung Galaxy screen looks so vivid? Have you ever walked into your Best Buy and saw that paper thin LG TV with crazy contrast? Well, those devices use a technology called OLED or Organic Light Emitting Diode. OLED has been […]

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Intel and AMD duke it out at Computex

Intel and AMD Fight For The Spotlight The past month has been an exciting one for us here at Cloud Atlas. Just days after the tantalizing Google I/O updates and the AMD Computex rumors we are given a whopper by Intel. You may have heard of AMD’s Ryzen CPUs. Being AMD’s first new workstation offering […]

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Ford Fires CEO Mark Fields For Lack of Electric Cars

Ford Fires CEO Mark Fields for Lagging Behind Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of a little company called Tesla. Earlier this year, Tesla became the largest U.S. auto maker by market value. This was in no doubt due to its electric car offerings. Plug-in electric cars are selling very well […]

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Bitcoin Surpasses $2200 USD, Soars Past Predictions

Bitcoin Surpasses $2200 amid CryptoCurrency Boom You may have heard of Bitcoins before, but in case you haven’t, now is the time to do some research. Bitcoins are a CryptoCurrency that operate separately from a central bank and they’re currently soaring. Today, Bitcoin surpasses $2200 USD. In 2010, Bitcoin was being traded at $0.003 each, […]

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