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Clubhouse bald für Android

Clubhouse comes to Android after more than a year of iOS exclusivity – It’s now available in the US and will roll out to other countries soon – After more than a year of iOS exclusivity, social audio platform Clubhouse is releasing its Android app. It will be available in beta on Google’s mobile OS today in the US, allowing users to sign up and participate in its audio-only chat rooms. … However, Clubhouse says the platform will remain invite-only for now, meaning it’s still not open to just anyone…“

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Starbucks vs Facebook Pages

Facebook Is Worried Starbucks Will Delete Its Page Over Hateful Comments – ‚Starbucks is in the process of evaluating their organic presence on FB, and whether they should continue to have a presence on the platform at all.‘ – Facebook is scrambling to prevent Starbucks from leaving its platform after the world’s largest coffee company said it was dismayed by hateful comments left on its posts about racial and social justice issues.


ATT: nur 4% erlauben Tracking

„Analytics Suggest 96% of Users Leave App Tracking Disabled in iOS 14.5 – An early look at an ongoing analysis of Apple’s App Tracking Transparency suggests that the vast majority of iPhone users are leaving app tracking disabled since the feature went live on April 26 with the release of iOS 14.5. – According to the latest data from analytics firm Flurry, just 4% of ‌iPhone‌ users in the U.S. have actively chosen to opt into app tracking after updating their device to iOS 14.5. The data is based on a sampling of 2.5 million daily mobile active users.“


Amazon & Tile vs Apple AirTags

Amazon partners with Tile to take on Apple AirTags – Amazon partnered with Tile and smart lock maker Level to beef up its mesh network for tracking items. – The move will help Tile better compete with Apple, which has over a billion devices on its network for tracking items with its new AirTags.“


Robotaxis: USA & China vorn

Vom Fahren zum Gefahrenwerden. Robotaxis – wer macht das Rennen in den USA? – Zwei Dutzend Unternehmen testen autonome Flotten, in Kalifornien wird das Rennen vermutlich entschieden. Wir geben einen Überblick über das Bewerberfeld. – Nicht nur die Google-Schwester Waymo strebt angesichts des regulatorischen Eldorados bei autonomen Autos beziehungsweise Robotertaxis nach Kalifornien. Zwei Dutzend weitere Unternehmen versuchen sich außer Waymo am lukrativen Geschäft mit Robotaxis. Neben den US-Unternehmen Aptiv, Argo AI, Aurora, Cruise, Mobileye, Nuro und Zoox sind auch mehr als zehn chinesische Unternehmen dabei, darunter Baidu USA, WeRide und DiDi Research America.“