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Best Buy tests a smaller format store

Best Buy tests a smaller format store

Best Buy tries a digital first store concept; Boost unveils $25 unlimited plan; Meta raises price of Quest by $100; Google enables a feature to restrict calendar spam invites; Spotify discontinues Car Thing and Google enables a cool new 3D view of nearly 100 landmarks.

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