Bezos launching $10B climate fund, Z Flip looks like a hit
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Billionaire Jeff Bezos announced on Monday, he will launch a $10 billion fund to fight climate change.
The Amazon CEO said in an Instagram post at the Bezos Earth fund will fund any effort that offers a real possibility to help preserve and protect the world.
Climate change is the biggest threat to our planet.
He also wrote, I want to work alongside others both to amplify known ways and to explore new ways of fighting the devastating impact of climate change on this planet we all share.
Apple may loosen its grip on default apps for iPhones and iPad According to a new report by Bloomberg, the company is considering letting people choose third party mail and web browser apps as their default options.
The same report also says that Apple may open its home pod smart speaker to third party music apps as well.
And finally, Samsung's latest flexible phone the galaxy z flip is an apparent hit.
The company announced it also sold out of its stock on the phone on Wednesday, but has already replenished the supply cnet's review of the phone is relatively positive as well.
Here's a quote.
Samsung has done most things right with the Z flips design, creating a foldable phone that's fun to wield and practical enough for everyday life.
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