Cyber Monday's record sales day, Google co-founders step down
This is CNET and here the stories that mattered this week, like every single year Cyber Monday hit new sales records this year, sales surged 3.1 billion Helping make it the biggest online sales day in US history, ultimately reaching 9.4 billion, according to Adobe, that's up from 7.9 billion last year.
Purchasing peaked in the evening with shoppers spending an average of $12 million a minute from 8 to 9 PM Pacific Time.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the former Stanford University These students founded Google out of a Silicon Valley garage said on Tuesday.
They are stepping aside as leaders of the internet behemoth they started two decades ago.
Page and Brin are handing over the reins to Sundar Pichai will take over as CEO of Google's parent company alphabet in addition to his current responsibilities As Chief Executive of the search giant, and finally, well respected analyst Ming Chi Kuo says the highest end 2021 iPhone will get rid of the lightning port and go with a [UNKNOWN], completely wireless experience.
Kuo says that a new version of the smaller iPhone SE will be introduced in the first half of 2021 as well.
Eac2 would have either a 5.5 or 6.1 inch display with a small notch.
And for this, Touch ID will be found on the power button.
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