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Amazon is already prepping for the holiday season rush.
It will institute new limits on how much inventory independent sellers can store in Amazon's warehouses, according to a letter to sellers, Amazon sent Monday morning.
The intention is to prevent large incoming shipments of products that aren't big draws during Christmas That ended up gobbling up storage space.
hopefully there will be enough storage for every seller and Amazon will be able to provide more selection for customers as Coronavirus cases surge across the US.
Apple reportedly no longer expects to have corporate employees returned to offices in 2020.
The tech giant is also encouraging retail employees to work remotely as more store location shutter, according to a report from Bloomberg on Monday.
While some Apple Stores began to reopen back in May, rising numbers of cases have led the company to close them once again this month.
And finally Lego apparently will offer a retro gaming fix With its Nintendo Entertainment System set, which is teased Monday after Chinese website VGA gamer leaked images, it will include 2600 pieces cost about $250 and launch August 1 according to promo bricks.
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