Walmart Dives Into Voice-Activated Shopping With GoogleWalmart and Google are teaming up to challenge one of their biggest competitors, Amazon.
Uber Customers Complaining Of Fraudulent Cleaning FeesA number of Uber customers are complaining that they've been wrongly charged for a cleaning fee, prompting the company to investigate.
Johnson & Johnson To Pay Record $417M In Lawsuit Linking Talc To CancerA jury has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay to the tune of  $417 million to a woman who claimed that their baby powder causes ovarian cancer when used regularly. 
What You Can Do With Your Leftover Eclipse GlassesThe long-awaited solar eclipse is over but you still have the glasses. 
The Korean Cuisine Staple Now Catching On In Western MarketsA classic staple Korean dish is surging in popularity across the U.S. - this as many consumers are discovering Kimchi’s health benefits.
Walmart Expands Grocery Service With Uber To Parts Of FloridaWalmart is expanding its grocery delivery service through Uber to two more markets - including Orlando, Florida and Dallas.
Can't Find Solar Eclipse Glasses? There's Another OptionSolar eclipse glasses are either really hard to find or really expensive now that we are one week out from the big day.
IKEA Recalls Chests & Dressers Sold Through June 2016Furniture company IKEA is recalling all chests and dressers sold through June 2016 over safety concerns. 
Trump Goes After Amazon Again, Says American Jobs Are Being LostPresident Donald Trump has renewed his attacks on e-commerce giant Amazon, and he says the company is "doing great damage to tax paying retailers."
New Amazon Service Lets You Pick Up Items In 2 MinutesAmazon is now offering a free service to its Prime members where they'll get items in less than 2 minutes. 
Pressured By Government, Uber Agrees To Protect Rider Data Ride-sharing service Uber is now agreeing to protect rider's information in order to settle a complaint from the federal government that it was deceiving customers. 
Sprint Giving Low-Income Students Free Devices To Finish HomeworkSprint wants to help 1 million low income high school students by giving them free tech to do their homework.

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