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Get ready for the bot revolution

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Amazon quietly updated its app last week and confessed that its iOS shopping cart would freeze when a shopper tries to switch between apps. It makes one wonder how extensive mobile app testing is these days when this kind of glitch gets by the usually comprehensive folk in Amazon app teams. Read More

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