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Facebook’s Camera AR platform head is coming to TC Sessions: AR/VR – TechCrunch

Facebook’s Camera AR platform head is coming to TC Sessions: AR/VR – TechCrunch Augmented reality has the potential to change how we interact with the internet, as these technologies scale you can certainly bet that Facebook is going to be looking to shape what’s possible. At our one-day TC Sessions: …

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iPhone XS and the power of long-term thinking – TechCrunch

iPhone XS and the power of long-term thinking – TechCrunch The iPhone XS proves one thing definitively: that the iPhone X was probably one of the most ambitious product bets of all time. When Apple told me in 2017 that they put aside plans for the iterative upgrade that they …

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OnePlus is developing its own smart TV – TechCrunch

OnePlus is developing its own smart TV – TechCrunch Smartphone upstart OnePlus’s upcoming 6T flagship promises to bring changes — it’ll see it ditch the headphone jack and sport an in-screen fingerprint reader — but first there’s something else. OnePlus is developing its first smart TV. CEO Pete Lau revealed the details …

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Everyday home gear made smart – TechCrunch

Everyday home gear made smart – TechCrunch Makula Dunbar Contributor More posts by this contributor Wireless headphones and earbuds to fit your budget Back-to-college tech for minimalists and the over-prepared Editor’s note: This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter’s independently chosen editorial picks, …

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Kegel trainer startup Elvie is launching a smaller, smarter, hands-free breast pump – TechCrunch

Kegel trainer startup Elvie is launching a smaller, smarter, hands-free breast pump – TechCrunch Elvie, a Berlin-based startup known best for its connected Kegel trainer is jumping into the breast pump business with a new $480 hands-free system you can slip into your bra. Even with all the innovation in …

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Apple’s Watch isn’t the first with an EKG reader but it will matter to more consumers – TechCrunch

Apple’s Watch isn’t the first with an EKG reader but it will matter to more consumers – TechCrunch Apple’s COO Jeff Williams exuberantly proclaimed Apple’s Watch was the first to get FDA clearance as an over-the-counter electrocardiogram (EKG) reader during the special event at Apple headquarters on Wednesday. While Apple …

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Latin America is the next stage in the race for dominance in the ride-hailing market – TechCrunch

Latin America is the next stage in the race for dominance in the ride-hailing market – TechCrunch Nathan Lustig Contributor Nathan Lustig is an entrepreneur and managing partner at Magma Partners, a seed-stage investment fund in Santiago, Chile. More posts by this contributor Latin America’s Groupon Mafia A new era …

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Is China’s digital silk road going to pave over Silicon Valley? – TechCrunch

Is China’s digital silk road going to pave over Silicon Valley? – TechCrunch Over the past 20 years, China has now grown into one of the largest consumer technology markets, with thousands of startups and funding rivaling Silicon Valley. In 2018, Chinese entrepreneurs are seeking to expand their businesses beyond …

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The Amazonization of Whole Foods, one year in – TechCrunch

The Amazonization of Whole Foods, one year in – TechCrunch Amazon promised to breathe new tech into the relationship with Whole Foods after putting a $13.7 billion ring on it one year ago. So how did that promise shake out? At the time, Amazon said the goal was to make “high-quality, natural …

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Scientists make a prototype touch tablet that rolls and scrolls – TechCrunch

Scientists make a prototype touch tablet that rolls and scrolls – TechCrunch Research scientists at Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab have built a prototype touchscreen device that’s neither smartphone nor tablet but kind of both — and more besides. The device, which they’ve christened the MagicScroll, is inspired by ancient …

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