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Bizarre Amazon Patent Application Suggests Jellyfish-Like Drones for Warehouses

Amazon is on a mission to mechanise as much of its supply chain as possible, and has—through publicly available documents—considered autonomous vehicles, drones that react to screaming, and flying warehouses. Among the strangest is a patent application which became public yesterday, and it’s, uh, some sort of crane game jellyfish thing. Read More >>

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What Is It Really Like To Work In An Amazon Warehouse? We Spoke To The Man Who Went Undercover To Find Out

As a technological feat, Amazon is brilliant. Over the last couple of decades, Jeff Bezos’ company has revolutionised the shopping experience. Thanks to Amazon’s unparalleled ability to match suppliers with people who want stuff, you know that whatever you need the chances are you can just type it into the website or app, and have it reliably delivered within 24 hours, or even on the same day. And for much cheaper than it would cost you in a brick-and-mortar store. It’s an experience that simply can’t be beaten. Read More >>

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New Horror Report Suggests Working for Amazon is Truly Soul-Crushing

As we have seen before, it’s unspeakably awful to work in an Amazon warehouse. You have to walk between seven and 15 miles a day, enter and exit the buildings through a set of airport-style security scanners that take 30 minutes to get through, and you’re constantly being watched. Now, we have yet a whole new sort of horror story. Read More >>

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You Can Finally Buy These Beautiful Wooden Kitchen Knives

First revealed way back in January of last year, The Federal's gorgeous set of wooden-clad kitchen knives were only objects to lust over, not actually buy. It was a tease, for sure, but enough people apparently said "want" that Warehouse has refined the design and put them into limited production. Read More >>

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The Most Amazing Warehouse I Have Ever Seen

I was amazed when I saw the 65-foot-high Lego cathedrals, one of the largest warehouses in Europe that holds 19 billion Lego pieces a year. But this Christian Stoll's photo of one of DB Schenker's warehouses in Germany has left me speechless. Read More >>