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Drone company DJI loses $150 million to corruption

(Reuters) — China’s DJI, the world’s largest maker of consumer drones, has discovered several cases of serious corruption at the company and expects 2018 losses...

Johnson & Johnson partners with Apple to see if Watch can...

Three years after the original Apple Watch launched with a heart rate monitor, Apple dramatically improved the cardiovascular functionality by adding electrocardiogram recording to...

Samsung is using computer vision to tell you what’s in your...

CES is a yearly ritual to imagine what’s possible and display the strange, innovative, and silly. There can be surprises, but for a highly anticipated...

Apple reportedly plans 3-camera iPhone XS Max and 2-camera iPhone XR...

Faced with softer-than-expected sales of 2018’s flagship iPhones, Apple will apparently try again in 2019 by augmenting two of the models with new camera...

Smartphone shipments in China fell by up to 15.5% in 2018

(Reuters) — Smartphone shipments in China fell between 12-15.5 percent last year, market data indicated, suggesting a bleak outlook for the sector at a...

Seattle area now home to world’s 2 most valuable companies: Amazon...

Looks like there’s more to those rain-soaked, coffee-swilling, hemp-loving, Birkenstock-wearing, left-of-center-leaning, alt-music scenesters in Seattle than, well, all that stuff we just listed. Turns...

How to handle key challenges as you move from startup to IPO

In a hypergrowth technology company you’ll face challenges at each stage, but a lot of what you’ll encounter is entirely predictable. Here is some...

IMAX VR: RIP

A regulatory filing confirms what’s been clear for some time — the IMAX VR experiment is over. We first set eyes on IMAX VR’s efforts...

Facial recognition remains tempting but toxic for tech companies

In a blog post announcing support for the Asia Pacific AI for Social Good Research Network and highlighting Google’s efforts to use artificial intelligence...

ProBeat: Google+ is better off shut down

Google is doing itself a disservice by keeping Google+ on life support. The “ghost town” of a social network (yes, yes, I know it...