VCs say Silicon Valley isn’t the gold mine it used to be

VCs say Silicon Valley isn’t the gold mine it used to be

More and more, venture capital is being deployed outside the Silicon Valley. The reasons for this are largely economical as rental escalation have made it virtually impossible for young people to live and innovate in this area. As a result,...
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Google built VR motion controllers for the Lenovo Mirage Solo headset

Google built VR motion controllers for the Lenovo Mirage Solo headset

Virtual reality is something that is becoming larger and larger by the day. Over time, experts are predicting that virtual reality will be one of the largest sectors in the world. Technology just continues to innovate and evolve over time....
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Instagram is testing a native resharing feature for the feed

Instagram is testing a native resharing feature for the feed

Instagram is one of the most used and popular platforms in the entire world right. The fact that they were bought by Facebook years ago shows the fear that they struck into one of the largest social media platform in...
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Facial recognition scans are expanding to Delta flights in Atlanta International Airport

Facial recognition scans are expanding to Delta flights in Atlanta International Airport

People taking Delta Airlines international flights at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will soon be subject to biometric facial scans. The scans are optional for US travelers, but foreign visitors cannot opt out. This rollout is part of a large...
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Watch how Tesla Model 3 earned NHTSA’s top safety rating

Watch how Tesla Model 3 earned NHTSA’s top safety rating

Elon Musk continues to be one of the most divisive people in the entire technology space due to his brash attitude. He is confident and absolutely loves his baby, which is Tesla. Tesla is one of the fastest growing car...
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Scientists have moved one step closer to RNA editing, which could be the next stage of CRISPR

Scientists have moved one step closer to RNA editing, which could be the next stage of CRISPR

Salk Institute scientists have mapped out a CRISPR enzyme called Cas13d that has the ability to target and edit RNA, opening the way for even more precisely-calibrated genetic therapies. This builds on research into Cas9, another CRISPR enzyme that allows...
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Electric skateboard startup Inboard announces an e-scooter with swappable batteries

Electric skateboard startup Inboard announces an e-scooter with swappable batteries

Electric skateboards are growing and are just one of many innovative products that are being introduced into the world. The bottom line is that technology is growing at an exponential rate and it is not just for the digital products!...
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The long list of new Alexa devices Amazon announced at its hardware event

The long list of new Alexa devices Amazon announced at its hardware event

Amazon is absolutely incredible and continues to be one of the most innovative companies in the entire world. It is absolutely huge and has a footprint in multiple sectors that are out there. There new devices are a huge indication...
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Apple’s new iPhone names are bad, so it’s hard to see where it goes from here

Apple’s new iPhone names are bad, so it’s hard to see where it goes from here

Apple’s confusing name scheme(assuming folks would read XS Max as Ten S Max instead of Extra Small Max) for their latest phone has brought up speculation about what kind of technology and names will be produced by that company. Speculation...
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Google’s prototype Chinese search engine reportedly links searches to phone numbers

Google’s prototype Chinese search engine reportedly links searches to phone numbers

The Chinese are usually very ahead of everyone else when it comes to technology and the things that are present on the web. It is no secret that China is a world leader in this regard and has a ton...
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