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Guillem Balague’s Philippe Coutinho update after Barcelona say deal is ‘close’

Philippe Coutinho & Barcelona Once again on Thursday, Liverpool fans are consuming reports linking Philippe Coutinho with a move to Barcelona. The story was advanced on Wednesday night, when Barcelona claimed the Coutinho deal was “close”. That statement was made by Barcelona general manager Pep Segura after the 2-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the Spanish Super […]

Infographic: Consumers Warming to AI But Want More Transparency, Privacy, and Human-like Touch

by Angela Guess A new press release reports, “A new global study released by Pegasystems Inc., the software company empowering customer engagement at the world’s leading enterprises, revealed consumers are open to the promise of AI-powered...Show More Summary

After Surface-gate Microsoft boosts TV marketing spend by tens of millions of dollars

The Microsoft Surface Laptop could be Microsoft’s most popular hardware device, being the most mainstream of its Windows 10 hardware. Consumer Report’s retraction of their recommendation from the Surface range due to reliability issues,...Show More Summary

Student loan borrowers owe more, need longer to repay in full

Fewer student loan borrowers are paying down their debt in five years, federal consumer report finds        

The Health Risks of Too Much Salt

Most Americans, including older adults, consume too much salt—or more accurately, sodium—than they should. In fact, a ­recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that...

Forget phones — Microsoft will bring a true PC to your pocket

Barring a recent Consumer Reports study condemning Surface, Microsoft's Surface and Windows 10-led PC strategy has been a success. There's reason to believe the company plans to expand that success to your pocket. Impacted by the transition of personal computing to smartphones and tablets like the iPad, the PC market declined sharply in recent years. Show More Summary

A Consumer’s Guide to the Companies That Still Haven’t Quit Trump’s Advisory Council

16 hours agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

Update, 12:50 p.m.: The New York Times is reporting that the members of Trump's other CEO council—the Strategic and Policy Forum, whose most prominent consumer-facing members are Walmart, GM, IBM, and Pepsi—might disband their groupShow More Summary

The startup disrupting the conversation in the mobile data battleground

It is widely reported that an incredible 97% of consumers will leave a brand based on a negative customer experience. Meanwhile, a recent study by Marketforce revealed that 66% of customers would switch mobile carriers to get better value for their price. Show More Summary

Did the Fed Just Warn the Debt Bubble is Beginning to Burst?

While everyone is focusing on political issues, the NY Fed published a stunning report on the state of the US consumer. According to the NY Fed, the average US household has hit a new record for debt, surpassing the old record set at...Show More Summary

UK labour market report scores for MPC hawks

UK inflation and labour market data support the case for an early rise in interest rates, in the judgement here.Headline and core consumer price inflation were unchanged at 2.6% and 2.4% respectively in July, against expectations of rises to 2.7% and 2.5%. Show More Summary

Bodybuilding Mother-Of-Two Reportedly Dies From Consuming Too Much Protein

Just awful… According to Perth Now, Meegan Hefford — a 25-year-old bodybuilder from Mandurah, Australia — was found unconscious in her apartment on June 19 where doctors later diagnosed her with urea cycle disorder, which blocks the body from breaking down protein. On June 22, the mother-of-two was declared brain dead due to the buildup of ammonia [...]

Amazon’s Move into Healthcare: Managing Tail Spend or Redefining its Last Mile?

Categories: eProcurement / Procurement, Healthcare Matters, Industry News, Logistics, Technology Tags: L2, technology Everyone is consumed with Amazon’s widely reported “move” into healthcare. But what does that mean? While the prevailing...Show More Summary

Microsoft Exec Insists Surface Products Don't Suck In Leaked Memo

Microsoft is in full-on damage control mode after Consumer Reports removed its recommendation of Surface laptop and tablet products last week. According to a purportedly leaked internal memo, the company acknowledges the issues that its Surface products have had, but executives say the main criticisms have been resolved. More »      

Windows Central Podcast 61: Are Surface devices unreliable?

This week on the Windows Central Podcast: Consumer Reports removes recommendation for Surface, new Mobile build, and what's next for Mobile? This past week, Consumer Reports announced that it was removing its recommendations for all of Microsoft's Surface products. Show More Summary

Microsoft Leak: Post-Launch Fails With Two Surface Models May Have Led To Consumer Reports Downgrade

In an internal document, Microsoft acknowledges quality issues with two specific Surface devices. Microsoft is still busy doing damage control after Consumer Reports said last week that it would no longer recommend Surface computers, as a result of their high failure rate. Show More Summary

Microsoft knows there were issues with Surface devices, but everything should be fine now

Microsoft is on the defense after Consumer Reports withdrew its recommendation for the Surface Pro and Surface Book computers last week, alleging the devices had poor reliability.  The non-profit publication reported its survey of 90,000...Show More Summary

Amazon Issues Eclipse-Glasses Refunds

Online retailer Inc. started issuing refunds to consumers who bought certain brands of eclipse glasses after reports that counterfeits were flooding the market.

Internal memo claims Microsoft may have turned the corner on Surface Pro 4, Surface Book customer dissatisfaction

Microsoft may be readying a more concerted comeback against Consumer Reports' latest Surface PC findings, according to a new leaked Microsoft memo.

Leaked Microsoft Memo Reveals High Return Rates on Surface Hardware

Last week, Microsoft claimed Consumer Reports' decision to yank recommendations for its laptops was based on bad data. A leaked memo has revealed this as a lie; Microsoft's rate of return on some products has been quite high. The post Leaked Microsoft Memo Reveals High Return Rates on Surface Hardware appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Leaked Microsoft memo points to high initial return rates for Surface Book & Surface Pro 4

Problems with the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 may be responsible for Consumer Reports's recent decision not to recommend the Surface line as a whole, a leaked Microsoft memo suggests.

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