Apple tweaks App Store search results, Amazon employees join climate strike
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Apple has tweaked how its App Store returns search results after a report outlined how the company's own apps ranked higher than more relevant apps.
While Apple says there's no manipulation going on in search results, Companies making an effort to show less of its own apps moving forward.
Reviews of Google's nest hub max are in the supersize smart speaker is mostly a hit.
It combines all of the good parts of Google's previous hub.
But as a camera and larger screen, some third party app functionality can be a bit wonky, but overall, it's one of the best smart speaker choices for Google users.
And finally, almost 1000 Amazon employees are planning to walk out of work later this month.
As part of a global climate change demonstration.
A group of workers within Amazon have organized demand companies stop donating to groups who deny the existence of climate change, as well as curb its own carbon.
Emissions down to zero by 2030.
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