If the scraggly voice of Sesame Street's Cookie Monster is what brings you joy, you're in luck. The hungry muppet with a sweet tooth is back to read turn-by-turn directions on the navigation app Waze.
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Nicky Woolf Apple's AirPods changed everything. They gave the company near-monopolistic power over users.
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