Cyber Monday 2017 is the biggest online shopping day in U.S. history, with Adobe estimating $6.59 billion in sales, a 16.8% increase over last year. That’s in addition to a record $13 billion in online U.S. sales from Thanksgiving Thursday through Sunday, up 14% over last year. With mobile shopping driving spending, Adobe says this will be the first U.S. holiday season to break $100 billion in online sales. Amazon hasn’t released figures but said it was a record holiday weekend with “millions” of Alexa devices sold.
— Amazon News (@amazonnews) November 27, 2017
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Facebook is using AI to detect potentially suicidal users.
HSBC promotes Apple Pay in the UAE with “Sleepshopper”:
Samsung releases a cinematic ad with Michael Nyman score:
Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp is leaving the company.
Unilever debates whether to make the U.K. or the Netherlands its corporate HQ.
Volkswagen releases global ad campaign for the T-Roc SUV with Lenny Kravitz soundtrack:
& Apple promotes the iPhone X’s Face ID and Animoji features with new videos: