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Can Apple out-Netflix Netflix?

As the summer of media mergers musical chairs draws to an end, we’re left wondering who will find a seat the next time the...

Wispr Systems’ drones help bring internet to rural households in the South

Internet use in rural areas rose to 61 percent (from 2 percent) between 2000 and 2015, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. But recent reports show that overall...

Factory reset: Tech startups raise big bucks to help companies cut waste

Society has become somewhat accustomed to disposable goods, be it cheap garments, budget phones, or plastic packaging. But with Earth facing untold apocalyptic catastrophes in...

Google is reportedly developing its own Amazon Echo Show

Google’s answer to Amazon’s screen-touting Echo Show and Echo Spot launched earlier this year: Android Things-powered devices made by third-party partners like Lenovo, LG, Sony,...

Nvidia sees lower Q2 2019 revenue as crypto demand evaporates

(Reuters) — Nvidia shares fell as much as 5 percent in after-hours trading on Thursday after the chip maker said cryptocurrency-fueled demand had dried...

Superflex rebrands as Seismic, buys assets of Lumo Bodytech

Bodysuit tech company Superflex said it has rebranded as Seismic and acquired the intellectual property of Lumo Bodytech, a motion science company known for...

Uber narrows quarterly losses, still a long way from profit

(Reuters) — Uber Technologies said on Wednesday it narrowed its quarterly losses from a year earlier, although the ride-hailing company is still a long...

Clobotics raises $11 million for retail and wind energy AI

Inspecting wind turbines. Optimizing product displays for profitability. There’s not much artificial intelligence (AI) can’t do these days, and startup Clobotics wants to push that edge...

Tilting Point opens mobile game studio in Barcelona

Mobile game publisher Tilting Point has opened a studio in Barcelona to tighten relations with Europe’s mobile game development community as part of its mission...

Netflix CFO David Wells is leaving after 14 years

Netflix has announced that chief financial officer (CFO) David Wells is stepping down. Wells joined Netflix in 2004 as vice president for finance planning and...
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