Remote workers are eyeing private clubs as a new office option. Boredom can have its perks. Start using these three quick tweaks while viewing Netflix. Amazon looks to expand its medical footprint. And stocks, finally see a slight upturn.
Shipping costs have finally started sinking. Flying? Plan to track your bags if you want to find them. Guess what? Prenups are no longer only for the rich and famous and it turns out real people make the best influencers. Meanwhile, far-away galaxies are now much closer.
Some good news, the U.S. added more jobs in June than analysts expected. The 4-day workweek might happen. Amazon Prime members will get Grubhub+ as a free perk. Apple will begin offering iPhone owners Lockdown Mode. And it’s time to say no to your cookies!
Better watch fast. Binge-watching could be on its way out the door. On your next video call, no camera is needed. But if you need to make a video, Adobe has a free app you can use. And just as we roll into summer, public-sector workers and mustard could be in short supply.
Drivers say no thanks to filling up. Uber just got more appealing. Airbnb’s OMG houses could be your next stay. Alexa will soon let you chat with any family member, even if they're deceased. And Nike, like so many other western companies, has chosen to exit Russia.
No, you’re not crazy – package sizes are shrinking! But retailers have too much stuff, so prices are shrinking too. In search of free stuff? Amazon Prime has a bevy of offerings, you just have to know where to look. Password less logins, making life easier, are coming this fall. And lastly, which is more important to you – title or more pay?
Bionic Reading could turn you into a speed reader. FaceTime is still Apple, but now you can call Android and Windows. Malls maybe from an era gone by, but mall walkers still treasure the consistent weather they provide. And just when you thought you’d landed the perfect job – your new employer says, “just kidding.” Meanwhile, the cost of eating out is going up with “kitchen appreciation” charges!
Drones delivering Walmart packages! Extending your office lease? Better think twice. Just when you thought you’d hired the perfect new employees, they reconsider and jump ship. Looking for Starbuck’s in Russia? Hurry, they too are leaving the country. And urban planning, abandoned 600 years ago, has been found in Bolivia.