Apple taps Spielberg for original programming, Amazon considers in-home delivery while you're away
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According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple has struck a deal for its first original programming by tapping Stephen Spielberg to resurrect Amazing Stories, a sci-fi horror series he created in the 80s.
Spielberg will likely executive produce the show which will have a budget of $5 million an episode Amazon is reportedly considering technology that would give delivery workers one time access to a customer's home, or even the ability to leave a package in the trunk of your car if you're not around.
It's all in the name of combating thieves that remove packages from porches and other spots where deliveries are left.
And finally, Wells Fargo has just enabled NFC connections at over 5,000 ATMs across the US.
To work with just a tap of your phone.
Up until now, most machines required two steps to access cash, but now the convenience of quick withdrawals can be had at 40% of the bank's ATMs.
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