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- Alexa, turn up my Kenmore AC; Sears cuts a deal with Amazon
Thursday Jul 20, 2017
Sears, which also owns Kmart, said that its Kenmore Smart appliances will be fully integrated with Amazon's Alexa, allowing users to control things like air conditioners through voice commands."The launch of Kenmore products on Amazon.com will significantly expand the distribution and availability of the Kenmore brand in the U.S.," Sears Chairman and CEO Edward Lampert said in a company release.Sears has struggled with weak sales for years, and announced more store closings earlier this month, partly due to the emergence of Amazon.com and other internet operators.
- BART’s Richmond line returning to normal after equipment glitch
By Jenna Lyons - Friday Sep 22, 2017
A switch problem on BART’s train control system caused major delays for about an hour Friday afternoon on the Richmond line going south into San Francisco and toward Fremont and Millbrae, officials said. The glitch began about 3 p.m. causing delays on the line of up to 20 minutes. But by 4 p.m., delays were reduced to 10 minutes, BART officials said. BART spokesman Taylor Huckaby said the problem was traced to a switch that failed to respond to the transit system’s operations control center. Crews had installed manual cranks in order to use tracks in the Fremont and Millbrae directions. Trains rans slowly while workers reset the train control system, Huckaby said.