Prime Day starts out slow, Roku to make smart speakers
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Amazon's yearly Prime Day sale was marred out of the gate by site errors blocking customers from browsing deals and instead introducing them to the many dogs of Amazon.
Prime day will last 36 hours this year and has influenced countless other retailers to start declaring sales of their own like black Friday in July.
For the best prime day deals, head over to C net.
Roku is introducing a pair of wireless speakers to go nicely with that Roku TV you have.
In the end they are Bluetooth speakers so we're not expecting massive amounts of fidelity.
They might wind up being the most affordable $200 alternatives to those built in speakers which are almost universally terrible.
And finally, Uber has been hit with another federal investigation.
This time based on allegations of workplace gender discrimination.
The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission started an investigation into the company last year.
And over the same time period, Uber claims it has made proactive changes to its company culture.
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