Cyber Monday breaks records, Apple Music heading to Alexa
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Cyber Monday broke US records with $7.9 billion in sales.
According to Adobe Analytics, it was the largest online shopping day in US history, and a 19% increase over last year.
For comparison, the average sales number on any given day in the US is 1.4 billion.
Google's wireless service is finally making its way to other phones, most notably the iPhone.
Project Fi as it's been known as now, Google Fi and supports iPhones as well what Google describes As a majority of Android devices.
Some phones might not support all of Google fi's features though like switching between carriers.
And finally starting December 17th Amazon Echo owners will be able to use their Apple music accounts with Alexa.
The new partnership further cements Apple's relationship with Amazon
Building upon the news that Apple products will officially be sold through the massive online retailer in time for the holidays.
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