After losing half its value, Nvidia faces reckoning
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After losing half its value, Nvidia faces reckoning

Nvidia is a company that has reached the highest highs and the lowest lows, all in the span of a couple of weeks. TechCrunch is experimenting with new…

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GoPro will move production of most US-bound cameras out of China by next summer
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GoPro will move production of most US-bound cameras out of China by next summer

China and the United States have been slapping each other with massive tariffs, and more may come if the trade war continues to escalate, prompting some companies to…

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VRgineers looks to set a new gold standard with their $5,800 VR headset
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VRgineers looks to set a new gold standard with their $5,800 VR headset

Thought VR was too expensive and too bulky? Well, VRgineers is here with a giant $5,800 headset to prove that you lack perspective. The Prague-based startup just showed…

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CTRL-labs’ first dev kit is a gesture-tracking neural controller
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CTRL-labs’ first dev kit is a gesture-tracking neural controller

The race to replace the mouse and keyboard has yielded a lot of weird tech, but as various hardware startups try to find the missing link between what…

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Alexa gains support for location-based reminders and routines, calling features and more
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Alexa gains support for location-based reminders and routines, calling features and more

Amazon Alexa is gaining new capabilities, including support for location-based reminders and routines, the ability to call local businesses by voice and the ability to check your email,…

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Apple Watch’s ECG feature is already proving its worth
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Apple Watch’s ECG feature is already proving its worth

When Apple announced its latest Series 4 Watch with electrocardiogram features, my mom took a sigh of relief, and then proceeded to set a reminder to order one for…

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Apple’s HomePod will be available in China starting early next year
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Apple’s HomePod will be available in China starting early next year

“嘿 Siri!” Apple’s HomePod will be available for sale in China early next year. A listing is already up on Apple’s China site, with the smart speaker priced…

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Qualcomm lays off 269 employees in North Carolina and California
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Qualcomm lays off 269 employees in North Carolina and California

Qualcomm’s struggling data center business was hit another massive blow as the company laid off hundreds. The news, first revealed by the Information, has since been confirmed by…

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Gift Guide: So your [friend, partner, kid, parent] wants to be a Twitch streamer…
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Gift Guide: So your [friend, partner, kid, parent] wants to be a Twitch streamer…

Though many people still scratch their head at the idea of watching people play video games, Twitch and its content creators have proven that the platform is attractive…

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The Apple Watch’s ECG feature goes live today
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The Apple Watch’s ECG feature goes live today

ECG/EKG was easily the new Apple Watch’s most lauded feature. It’s also been the most delayed. Of course, this kind of serious health feature is the sort of…

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OnePlus mulls the price of innovation
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OnePlus mulls the price of innovation

Qualcomm’s big Snapdragon Summit has become yet another battleground for smartphone one-upmanship, as companies duke it out around the latest flagship chips. OnePlus, which has carved out a…

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Fire TV Cube gains a one-way intercom feature called ‘Alexa Announcements’
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Fire TV Cube gains a one-way intercom feature called ‘Alexa Announcements’

Fire TV Cube owners can now use their media streaming device to broadcast announcements around the home, similar to a one-way intercom. Amazon says it’s launching a feature…

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Yandex gets in the smartphone game
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Yandex gets in the smartphone game

“The Google of Russia” is a fairly apt description, as far as those things go. Yandex has its hand in just about everything internet in its native Russia.…

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Chinese stocks plummet as Huawei CFO arrest raises trade fears
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Chinese stocks plummet as Huawei CFO arrest raises trade fears

A string of Chinese stocks fell hard on Thursday after the arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver deepened concerns over US-China trade tensions. The…

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WhiteFox Defense lands $12 million as the demand for drone defense technologies intensifies
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WhiteFox Defense lands $12 million as the demand for drone defense technologies intensifies

Four months ago, when two commercial DJI-made drones loaded with 1 kilogram each of plastic explosive href=”https://techcrunch.com/2018/08/05/venezuela-claims-drones-loaded-with-explosives-used-in-failed-attack-on-president/”detonated during a speech from Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro at a military…

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The economics and trade-offs of ad-funded smart city tech
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The economics and trade-offs of ad-funded smart city tech

In order to have innovative smart city applications, cities first need to build out the connected infrastructure, which can be a costly, lengthy and politicized process. Third-parties are…

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Bose is dabbling in ‘audio AR’ with a pair of sunglasses
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Bose is dabbling in ‘audio AR’ with a pair of sunglasses

Back in March we first caught wind that Bose is dabbling in augmented reality, with the launch of a new wearable SDK. Seems the headphone maker is ready…

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Apple launches online store with 10 percent discount for active military and veterans
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Apple launches online store with 10 percent discount for active military and veterans

Just in time for holiday shopping, Apple announced the launch of an online store offering a 10 percent discount off all products for active military and veterans. “At…

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Sleep-tracking ring Oura surpasses $20 million in funding
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Sleep-tracking ring Oura surpasses $20 million in funding

Oura Health, a sleep-tracking and sleep-improvement platform, just surpassed $20 million* in a funding round led by MSD Capital with participation from YouTube co-founder Steve Chen, Twitch co-founder…

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Samsung will release a 5G phone in 2019
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Samsung will release a 5G phone in 2019

Samsung tipped its hand yet again, revealing another key piece of its 2019 road map. As it did with the foldable phone a few weeks back, the company…

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The economics and tradeoffs of ad-funded smart city tech
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The economics and tradeoffs of ad-funded smart city tech

In order to have innovative smart city applications, cities first need to build out the connected infrastructure, which can be a costly, lengthy, and politicized process. Third-parties are…

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Apple Music is coming to the Amazon Echo
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Apple Music is coming to the Amazon Echo

Starting mid-December, Amazon Echo devices will be able to stream songs from Apple Music. A bit of a surprise, perhaps, given that Apple’s been a competitor in the…

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The Arlo security camera goes 4K
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The Arlo security camera goes 4K

The Arlo line was something of a surprise hit for Netgear, causing the networking company to spin it off into its own business earlier this year. The Arlo…

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E Ink debuts a new electronic drawing technology
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E Ink debuts a new electronic drawing technology

E Ink — a name synonymous with e-reader screens — just debuted a new writing display technology called JustWrite. The tech offers the company’s familiar monochrome aesthetic —…

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China leaves Huawei founder off honor roll marking 40 years of economic success
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China leaves Huawei founder off honor roll marking 40 years of economic success

In the lead up to China’s 40th anniversary of reforms and opening up, People’s Daily, the mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party, published a list on Monday commending…

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Sennheiser’s flawed headphone software opened PCs and Macs to HTTPS site spoofing
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Sennheiser’s flawed headphone software opened PCs and Macs to HTTPS site spoofing

Headphone maker Sennheiser has patched its software after the company admitted a serious vulnerability that made it easy for hackers to impersonate any website — even encrypted pages.…

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DJI goes pocket size for its latest gimbal
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DJI goes pocket size for its latest gimbal

Hand-held gimbals have largely been the realm of pro videographers. But DJI is looking to change things up with an ultra-portable take on its popular Osmo line. The…

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Following report on sluggish demand, Apple VP says iPhone XR is its most popular model
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Following report on sluggish demand, Apple VP says iPhone XR is its most popular model

In the wake of a report from the WSJ last week that detailed how low demand for Apple’s latest iPhones was prompting the company to cut orders for…

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Up close and hands-on with DJI’s Osmo Pocket gimbal
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Up close and hands-on with DJI’s Osmo Pocket gimbal

I’ll admit that I’ve warmed up pretty quickly to the Osmo Pocket. The original post from earlier today is pretty skeptical, owing in no small part to the…

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Google’s Pixel Slate arrives Thursday
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Google’s Pixel Slate arrives Thursday

Update: Looks like the Slate is actually available now. Google’s last major piece of hardware for the year is finally shipping this week. A number of pre-orders have…

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Google Pixel Slate review
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Google Pixel Slate review

First, a dirty little secret about product reviews: You’d love to integrate every product into your daily use, but it just isn’t possible. Especially when you’re dealing with…

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Logitech is reportedly offering $2.2 billion to bring Plantronics headsets into its hardware empire
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Logitech is reportedly offering $2.2 billion to bring Plantronics headsets into its hardware empire

Logitech, the manufacturer best known for its computing peripherals like keyboards and web cameras, is in talks to buy Plantronics, a maker of Bluetooth-enabled headsets, according to Reuters. The…

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Last-minute Cyber Monday deals
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Last-minute Cyber Monday deals

Listen, I know you’re tired of deals. I get it. You already woke up at 1AM on Black Friday to head to Best Buy in your pajama pants.…

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Silentmode’s PowerMask is a $200 connected relaxation mask
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Silentmode’s PowerMask is a $200 connected relaxation mask

I barely slept my second night at Chunking Mansions. The loud neighbors, the hot Hong Kong air, the landlord banging on the door after midnight: None of these…

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Soundbrenner’s wearable metronome gets a modular upgrade
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Soundbrenner’s wearable metronome gets a modular upgrade

It took all of 14 minutes for the Soundbrenner Core to hit full funding. Not too shabby. Last week, the wearable maker closed out its campaign with more…

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A closer look at Royole’s foldable display
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A closer look at Royole’s foldable display

You’d be forgiven if Royole doesn’t ring any bells. Even here in China, it’s far from a household name. Still, the Shanghai-based startup recently secured an undisclosed Series…

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Quantum Machines raises $5.5M to build control and operational layer for quantum computers
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Quantum Machines raises $5.5M to build control and operational layer for quantum computers

Quantum Machines, an Israeli startup launched by three Ph.D. physicists, wants to build the operational and control layer for quantum computing. Today, it announced a $5.5 million seed…

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Amazon Echo devices can now make Skype calls
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Amazon Echo devices can now make Skype calls

Video chat was always one of Echo Show and Spot’s biggest selling points. But until now, the products have been tethered to Amazon’s own software. This week, however,…

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Gift Guide: Black Friday tech deals that are actually pretty good
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Gift Guide: Black Friday tech deals that are actually pretty good

Black Friday is, for the most part, bad. People are awful, retailers pull all sorts of shenanigans to make it seem like you’re getting a better deal than…

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Kindred’s robots help retailers handle fulfillment centers — and take on Amazon
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Kindred’s robots help retailers handle fulfillment centers — and take on Amazon

Since taking the reins as chief executive of Kindred at the beginning of the year, Jim Liefer has been focused on commercializing his company’s autonomous robots. But unlike…

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First ever drone-delivered kidney is no worse for wear
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First ever drone-delivered kidney is no worse for wear

Drone delivery really only seems practical for two things: take-out and organ transplants. Both are relatively light and also extremely time sensitive. Well, experiments in flying a kidney…

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A closer look at HTC’s blockchain phone, the Exodus 1
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A closer look at HTC’s blockchain phone, the Exodus 1

The Exodus 1 didn’t make its global debut on stage at TechCrunch Shenzhen. That was the plan, but stuff, as the saying goes, happens. It simply didn’t make…

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The WT2 in-ear translator arrives in January, with real-time feedback coming soon
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The WT2 in-ear translator arrives in January, with real-time feedback coming soon

Timekettle was eager to show us the progress it’s made on the WT2 since it first showed us its wearable translation device at TechCrunch Shenzhen, this time last…

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Withings launches a fitness tracker for some reason
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Withings launches a fitness tracker for some reason

Withings is back with, of all things, a fitness tracker. It’s a bit of an odd addition, two months after the company re-launched, post-Nokia. The company’s first product,…

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We tried Amazon’s bizarre Alexa microwave and weren’t convinced
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We tried Amazon’s bizarre Alexa microwave and weren’t convinced

I’m a fan of Alexa and of voice computing in general. But when Amazon said it was putting Alexa into a microwave, I wasn’t so sure. The value…

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Wynd announces a new air purifier and desktop monitor
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Wynd announces a new air purifier and desktop monitor

As far as goals for hardware startups go, you could do worse than ridding the air of allergens, pollutants and the like. Launched in 2016 as a Kickstarter…

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Standard Cognition raises $40M to replace retailers’ cashiers with cameras
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Standard Cognition raises $40M to replace retailers’ cashiers with cameras

The Amazon Go store requires hundreds of cameras to detect who’s picking up what items. Standard Cognition needs just 27 to go after the $27 trillion market of…

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Roku’s voice-powered wireless speakers and tabletop remote start shipping
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Roku’s voice-powered wireless speakers and tabletop remote start shipping

In July, Roku unveiled its entry into the voice-powered speaker market with a pair of Roku TV Wireless Speakers designed to work with the company’s lineup of partner-built…

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Cryptocurrency chill causes mining speculator Nvidia’s stock to plunge
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Cryptocurrency chill causes mining speculator Nvidia’s stock to plunge

The cryptocurrency market is an exciting one, but it’s also unpredictable — and when things go south, they take related businesses with them. Nvidia, a hardware giant that…

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The Orbital 2 is like a Surface Dial that works with Mac
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The Orbital 2 is like a Surface Dial that works with Mac

This little peripheral is one of the more interesting new pieces of hardware floating around the halls of TC Tokyo this week. The product, created by local startup…

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Review: Microsoft Surface Studio 2
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Review: Microsoft Surface Studio 2

SpaceX gets FCC approval to add 7,518 more satellites to its Starlink constellation
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SpaceX gets FCC approval to add 7,518 more satellites to its Starlink constellation

SpaceX’s application to add thousands of satellites to its proposed Starlink communications constellation has been approved by the FCC, though it will be some time before the company…

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The Timbuk2 Never Check sold me on the importance of a good travel backpack
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The Timbuk2 Never Check sold me on the importance of a good travel backpack

For some who travels a lot, I can be downright reckless when it comes to packing sometimes. I’ve found myself hurling clothes, toiletries and assorted cables into bags…

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Amazon’s Fire TV Recast is a decent DVR for antenna users
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Amazon’s Fire TV Recast is a decent DVR for antenna users

Amazon’s Fire TV companion DVR, the Fire TV Recast, is available today to the public, after previously having been only offered for pre-order. The new device offers a…

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Gift Guide: 10 suitcase-friendly gifts for frequent flyers
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Gift Guide: 10 suitcase-friendly gifts for frequent flyers

Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide! Need more gift ideas? Check out our Gift Guide Hub. I’ve been traveling a lot this year — more than any…

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Dolby releases branded wireless headphones
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Dolby releases branded wireless headphones

Dolby’s been making a bigger push for consumer recognition in the last few years, so it was really just a matter of time before it released a branded…

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MacBook Pro with updated GPU is now available
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MacBook Pro with updated GPU is now available

Apple recently unveiled a bunch of new products during a press event in New York. But the company also quietly shared a press release with new configurations for…

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Fantasmo pivots to scooter cameras that keep them off sidewalks
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Fantasmo pivots to scooter cameras that keep them off sidewalks

GPS is too inaccurate to tell if a scooter is being driven or parked in off-limits areas. But as scooter startups compete for permits from city governments, they…

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Facebook Portal needs more. At least it just added YouTube
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Facebook Portal needs more. At least it just added YouTube

To offset the creepiness of having Facebook’s camera and microphone in your house, its new Portal video chat gadget needs best-in-class software.  Its hardware is remarkably well done,…

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Amazon Echo and Alexa arrive in Mexico
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Amazon Echo and Alexa arrive in Mexico

Alexa’s path to AI global domination continues apace with the addition of Mexico to its growing list of markets. Amazon today opened up pre-orders for the Echo, Dot,…

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Samsung shares a glimpse of its folding ‘Infinity Flex Display’ smartphone
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Samsung shares a glimpse of its folding ‘Infinity Flex Display’ smartphone

After hyping its unveil of its long-rumored folding smartphone, Samsung kind of delivered an announcement, revealing a dual-screen folding phone prototype. “How can we make the screen bigger…

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TwelveSouth put a wireless charger in a picture frame
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TwelveSouth put a wireless charger in a picture frame

TwelveSouth is one of the most innovative Mac accessory companies out there. From its PlugBug adapter to the AirFly Bluetooth headphone receiver, the company makes clever, well-produced products.…

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Facebook Portal+ review
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Facebook Portal+ review

The Portal is a head scratcher. It’s a chat app that manifested itself into a hardware through sheer force of will. The first commercially available product from Building…

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This magician brings some serious tricks to the iPad Pro
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This magician brings some serious tricks to the iPad Pro

TechCrunch editor Matthew Panzarino’s more conventional iPad Pro review is a must-read if you’re thinking of forking out for the device — tricks not included. Review: The iPad…

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Burgerbot startup Creator hires inventor of Boston Dynamics’ Big Dog
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Burgerbot startup Creator hires inventor of Boston Dynamics’ Big Dog

Disney Imagineering animatronics wizard Dr. Martin Buehler is a legend in the robotics world. His work leading development of the galloping Big Dog quadruped at Boston Dynamics both…

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Sony’s PlayStation Classic uses an open-source emulator to play its games
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Sony’s PlayStation Classic uses an open-source emulator to play its games

The worm has turned, it seems. Emulators, which let people run old console games on their computers, were once the scourge of the gaming industry. Now Sony is…

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Facebook Portal isn’t listening to your calls, but may track data
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Facebook Portal isn’t listening to your calls, but may track data

When the initial buzz of Portal finally dies down, it’s the timing that will be remembered most. There’s never a great time for a company like Facebook to…

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Gift Guide: 11 picture perfect gifts for your photographer friends
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Gift Guide: 11 picture perfect gifts for your photographer friends

Photographers are tricky to get gifts for because every one of them has preferences they may already have spent years indulging. But we have blind spots, we photographers.…

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SpaceX’s Starlink aims to put over a thousand of its communications satellites in super-low orbit
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SpaceX’s Starlink aims to put over a thousand of its communications satellites in super-low orbit

SpaceX’s planned communication satellite constellation, known as Starlink, will now be targeting a much lower orbit than originally planned, at least for over a thousand of the satellites,…

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Here’s what Samsung’s wacky folding phone looks like in action
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Here’s what Samsung’s wacky folding phone looks like in action

As rumored, Samsung showed off a prototype of a folding display today. Folded, it’s a smartphone. Unfolded, it’s a tablet. Neat! Less neat: The company sort of went…

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Samsung’s dual-screen folding phone is very strange and probably doomed
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Samsung’s dual-screen folding phone is very strange and probably doomed

Let me just say that I love the idea of a folding phone/tablet device. I was a Courier fanboy when Microsoft floated that intriguing but abortive concept device,…

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Facebook starts shipping Portal, clarifies privacy/ad policy
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Facebook starts shipping Portal, clarifies privacy/ad policy

Planning to get in early on the Portal phenomenon? Facebook announced today that it’s starting to ship the video chat device. The company’s first true piece of devoted…

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The ultimate guide to gifting STEM toys: tons of ideas for little builders
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The ultimate guide to gifting STEM toys: tons of ideas for little builders

The holiday season is here again, touting all sorts of kids’ toys that pledge to pack ‘STEM smarts’ in the box, not just the usual battery-based fun. Educational…

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Watch biotech startups pitch at IndieBio’s demo day today
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Watch biotech startups pitch at IndieBio’s demo day today

IndieBio, the biotech startup accelerator that’s produced heaps of notable companies (including several that have graced the Startup Battlefield), is holding its twice-annual demo day today at 3PM…

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TWIICE One Exoskeleton furthers the promise of robotic mobility aids
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TWIICE One Exoskeleton furthers the promise of robotic mobility aids

Few things in the world of technology can really ever be said to be “done,” and certainly exoskeletons are not among their number. They exist, but they are…

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Samsung’s social logo teases a folding phone ahead of announcement
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Samsung’s social logo teases a folding phone ahead of announcement

All of the major players have held events over the past few months, but hardware season still has a few last gasps left. The Samsung Developer Conference happening…

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Hey look, it’s a new Barnes & Noble Nook in 2018
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Hey look, it’s a new Barnes & Noble Nook in 2018

It’s true! It’s 2018, and Barnes Noble just announced another Nook! You can preorder it today! All of these things are somehow simultaneously true. The Nook line has…

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Subterranean drone mapping startup Emesent raises $2.5M to autonomously delve the deep
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Subterranean drone mapping startup Emesent raises $2.5M to autonomously delve the deep

Seemingly every industry is finding ways to use drones in some way or another, but deep underground it’s a different story. In the confines of a mine or…

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Here’s everything Apple announced at its big hardware event
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Here’s everything Apple announced at its big hardware event

From new iPads to new MacBook Airs, Apple had a bunch of hardware refreshes to debut this morning. Here’s everything they showed off. New MacBook Air The MacBook…

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Up close and hands-on with the new iPad Pro
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Up close and hands-on with the new iPad Pro

The new Pro marks what is arguably the single largest design change to the iPad line in its eight-and-a-half-year existence. In fact, the new slate is almost unrecognizable…

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The Biggening
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The Biggening

Everything is already big. The iPhone SE died. The iPad Mini was last upgraded in 2015. The 11-inch MacBook Air died years ago. The smaller Series 4 Apple…

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After canceling ‘Rift 2’ overhaul, Oculus plans a modest update to flagship VR headset
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After canceling ‘Rift 2’ overhaul, Oculus plans a modest update to flagship VR headset

Facebook’s virtual reality arm may soon find itself in the unfamiliar position of playing catch-up with hardware competitors. Last week, TechCrunch reported that Oculus co-founder Brendan Iribe had…

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Sign up for Spotify’s $15/month plan, get a free Google Home Mini
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Sign up for Spotify’s $15/month plan, get a free Google Home Mini

Spotify’s got a new promotion to entice users to sign up for a Premium Family plan. Commit to $15 a month for up to six members, and the…

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Facebook reorganizes Oculus for AR/VR’s long-haul
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Facebook reorganizes Oculus for AR/VR’s long-haul

Facebook is again looking to whip Oculus into shape for its 10-year journey towards making virtual reality mainstream. According to two sources, Facebook reorganized its AR and VR…

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Folding screens are here, and they look crappy
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Folding screens are here, and they look crappy

I dunno, man. Maybe it’s 2018 getting me down. Maybe I’ve just been at this for too long. Maybe it’s the flu shot I just got. Whatever the…

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Nope!
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Nope!

Palm phone review: an idea whose time may never come
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Palm phone review: an idea whose time may never come

For such a tiny device, Palm’s got a heavy lift. On the face of it, the self-titled first product from the new startup with a familiar name isn’t…

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A pair of new Bluetooth security flaws expose wireless access points to attack
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A pair of new Bluetooth security flaws expose wireless access points to attack

Security researchers have found two severe vulnerabilities affecting several popular wireless access points, which — if exploited — could allow an attacker to compromise enterprise networks. The two…

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Apple will stop sharing numbers on how many devices it’s selling
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Apple will stop sharing numbers on how many devices it’s selling

Apple shared its latest quarterly earnings report today, but during its call with investors the company’s CFO Luca Maestri also delivered an unexpected announcement: it won’t be sharing…

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Apple beats on Q4 earnings thanks to price hikes, stock still falls 7% after hours
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Apple beats on Q4 earnings thanks to price hikes, stock still falls 7% after hours

Despite a beat on its Q4 quarterly earnings, Apple shares still managed to take a beating Thursday. Shares are down 7 percent in after-hours trading after the company…

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Fitbit earnings beat expectations on strength of smartwatch sales
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Fitbit earnings beat expectations on strength of smartwatch sales

Fitbit is slowly righting its financial ship, courtesy of a successful push into the smartwatch category. The wearable company reported a profit (when adjusted for items such as…

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Snapchat’s PR firm sues influencer for not promoting Spectacles on Instagram
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Snapchat’s PR firm sues influencer for not promoting Spectacles on Instagram

Influencer marketing could get a lot more accountable if Snapchat’s PR firm wins this lawsuit. Snapchat hoped that social media stars promoting v2 of its Spectacles camera sunglasses…

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Watch this little robot transform to get the job done
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Watch this little robot transform to get the job done

Robots just want to get things done, but it’s frustrating when their rigid bodies simply don’t allow them to do so. Solution: bodies that can be reconfigured on…

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Apple’s new T2 security chip will prevent hackers from eavesdropping on your microphone
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Apple’s new T2 security chip will prevent hackers from eavesdropping on your microphone

Apple’s newest MacBooks include a new feature that makes it far more difficult for hackers or spies to eavesdrop on your microphone. Buried in Apple’s latest range of…

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Up close and hands-on with the new MacBook Air
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Up close and hands-on with the new MacBook Air

Why, it seems like only yesterday that Steve Jobs first pulled the MacBook Air from a manila envelope for the world to see. It wasn’t, of course —…

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Google Pixel 3 XL users are getting twice the notch, thanks to a bug
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Google Pixel 3 XL users are getting twice the notch, thanks to a bug

Over the past two years, the notch moved from anomaly to fact of life, and no company has proven itself more pro-notch than Google. From its embrace of…

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The OnePlus 6T is launching on T-Mobile
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The OnePlus 6T is launching on T-Mobile

This year marks an interesting turning point for OnePlus. In December, it will hit the five year mark. The Oppo-backed company has managed to grow significantly in that…

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What the newly revised copyright law lets (and doesn’t let) you do with your gadgets
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What the newly revised copyright law lets (and doesn’t let) you do with your gadgets

You think you own your phone, but you don’t. Copyright law prohibits you from modifying its software in certain ways, opening you up to a voided warranty, cancelled…

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Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates
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Failed drone startup Airware auctions assets, Delair buys teammates

Airware desperately sought cash for 18 months before running out of money and shutting down last month, leaving about 120 employees without jobs after the startup had burned…

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HTC opens up early access to its blockchain phone
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HTC opens up early access to its blockchain phone

After months of talk, HTC’s blockchain phone is finally arriving — albeit in limited quantities. The hardware maker announced today at a crypto conference in Berlin that it’s…

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