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2019: the year I dropped all entertainment subscription plans

This is somewhat of a personal story but it is probably one that is of interest to many out there. For the past couple of years, I had Netflix and Amazon Prime […]

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Apple partners with VA to bring Health Records to veterans

Apple announced this morning it has partnered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to make the Health Records feature on iPhones available to veterans. The deal will allow veterans to view their medical information across participating institutions, including the VA, organized in the Apple Health app. These health records include allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab […]

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C2A raises $6.5M for its in-car cybersecurity platform

Cars are now essentially computers on wheels — and like every computer, they are susceptible to attacks. It’s no surprise then that there’s a growing number of startups that are working to protect a car’s internal systems from these hacks, especially given that the market for automotive cybersecurity could be worth mor $900 billion by […]

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Daily Crunch: SoftBank bets big on autonomous delivery

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here: 1. SoftBank’s next bet: $940M into autonomous delivery startup Nuro Nuro has raised $940 million in financing from the SoftBank Vision Fund, […]

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Taali takes its popped water lily snacks from Y Combinator to the world

Aditya and Aarti Kochhar Kaji didn’t set out to start the snack food business Taali Foods when they were studying for their business degrees at Harvard. The couple both hail from Mumbai and met at the University of Pennsylvania . They were married before starting at Harvard’s Business School and initially were interested in other areas […]

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Pushbullet Beta Gets Material Design Update, Dark Mode for Pro Users

Last time we talked about Pushbullet? October, 2016. The company is back this week with an announcement that beta users of the app (you can sign-up for the beta below) can now access a completely revamped Material Design UI, as well as a dedicated Dark Mode aesthetic if you’re a Pro user. Mmm, paying for … Continued

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Recent Report Finds Pixel is Fastest-Growing Smartphone Brand in US

Pixel 3According to a new report from Strategy Analytics, Google’s Pixel is the fastest-growing smartphone brand in the US. To us, this is no shock, but from what SA has found, the Pixel brand represents three main things to US consumers: A really good camera experience, timely software updates, and Google Assistant. Basically, our reviews of … Continued

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Chrome to skip low priority tasks until shutdown to reduce memory use

Google is working on a new memory reducing feature for the company’s Chrome web browser. The new function, called “Skip best effort tasks” landed in Chrome Canary just recently; it is designed […]

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Bumble launches Spotlight, its own version of Tinder’s Boost

Bumble, currently Tinder’s biggest rival in the dating app market, today launched its own version of Tinder’s “Boost” feature. On Bumble, it’s being called “Spotlight” and allows users to pay to bump their profile up to the front of the queue, in order to be seen by more people than they would otherwise. Very much […]

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