Jeff Bezos steps down as Amazon boss

Bezos steps down from Amazon on Monday – exactly 27 years after he founded it.

In that time he has developed a series of unusual leadership principles – which some argue are the backbone of his success. Others believe they speak to everything that is wrong with Big Tech.

Talk to anyone who’s ever worked at Amazon, and you don’t have to wait long before you hear the phrase “customer obsession”.

iOS 15: Release date, new features and every rumor, detailed

Apple’s iOS 14.5 update is finally here, with new features including the ability to unlock your iPhone with Face ID while wearing a mask, stop apps from tracking you for advertising purposes and choose from four Siri voices (here’s how to download iOS 14.5 now). The next (likely smaller) iteration, iOS 14.6, is also currently in public beta. But that’s not stopping us from looking ahead to the next brand-new version of the iPhone operating system: iOS 15. As usual, we’ll expect a range of new features in iOS 15, building on iOS 14’s upgrades such as home-screen widgets and new camera tricks. We’ve also got a pretty good idea of when to expect the new OS to be released.

Here’s every rumor about iOS 15 we’ve heard so far and every educated guess we can make, including when it may be available to download, and what new features we may see.

Is Dogecoin Stabilising After the Latest Crash or Will It Drop Even Further?

Dogecoin has been the favourite cryptocurrency of the Internet in recent months, with wild rises in its price. But things changed after peaking around the start of this month, and it’s been in freefall since. However, although small drops continue (including fairly sharply in the last few hours) prices are starting to look a little more stable now, and are still high compared to the period before April this year.

Google Photos is ending unlimited free storage next week. Here’s what to know

Google Photos will end its unlimited free storage policy for photos and videos next week. After June 1, any new photos and videos you upload will count toward the free 15GB of storage that comes with every Google account. But don’t worry: Any photos or videos you’ve uploaded before that day won’t be part of the cap. And Google has added a new free tool to help you manage your storage quota.

The move, first announced in November, is meant to encourage people to sign up for Google’s storage subscription service, Google One. Google One plans start at $2 a month in the US for 100GB of storage and other features, like Google Store discounts.

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