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Coursera’s chief product officer just left to become a VC

Coursera’s chief product officer just left to become a VC  Tom Willerer, who has spent the last four years with the online education company Coursera — the last two as its chief product officer — is moving on from the outfit to become a venture capitalist. Specifically, Willerer is joining Venrock, a […]

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eBay is having a pretty bad day

eBay is having a pretty bad day  eBay is not having a great afternoon after posting a pretty ho-hum third quarter that fit roughly in line with analyst estimates, but perhaps not seeing the kinds of leaps that Wall Street is looking for heading into the fourth quarter. The company said it […]

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“Bad things happen,” Facebook’s response to Russian election interference

“Bad things happen,” Facebook’s response to Russian election interference  Facebook has come under fire for its role in influencing the U.S. presidential election, particularly when it comes to “fake news” and Russian-sponsored ads.  When asked about this at WSJ D.Live in Laguna Beach on Wednesday, Facebook VP David Marcus at first deflected, […]

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MakerBot attempts to embrace the open-source community with its new Labs platform

MakerBot attempts to embrace the open-source community with its new Labs platform  The topic of open source has been a touchy one for MakerBot over the past decade. The one-time 3D-printing darling was the subject of some serious smack talk when it stopped disclosing machine design in 2012. MakerBot Labs doesn’t mark […]

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The Sonos One offers all that wireless speaker goodness with a side of Alexa

The Sonos One offers all that wireless speaker goodness with a side of Alexa  There isn’t much to say about the new Sonos One that hasn’t been said about Sonos already. The company has long been the gold standard in wireless whole-home audio and their speakers, while small, are powerful and more […]

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This More Powerful Version of AlphaGo Learns On Its Own

This More Powerful Version of AlphaGo Learns On Its Own DeepMind unveils a new, more powerful version of AlphaGo that learns without studying human play. Source: www.wired.com

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Adobe acquires KyleBrush.com, adds over 1,000 digital brushes to its lineup

Adobe acquires KyleBrush.com, adds over 1,000 digital brushes to its lineup  Adobe today announced that it has acquired KyleBrush.com, a service that offers digital brushes for Adobe’s Creative Cloud tools, and hired the service’s creator, Kyle T. Webster. Webster’s over 1,000 brushes will now be exclusively available for Creative Cloud subscribers, something […]

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What It's Like to Rappel 1,000 Feet Down Into a Volcano

What It’s Like to Rappel 1,000 Feet Down Into a Volcano Photographer Ulla Lohmann has taken plenty of naps inside the Benbow crater of Vanuatu. Source: www.wired.com

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Toyota’s ‘Fine-Comfort Ride’ fuel cell concept aims for long-range flexibility

Toyota’s ‘Fine-Comfort Ride’ fuel cell concept aims for long-range flexibility  Toyota is debuting a new concept vehicle for the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show, and it’s a fuel cell vehicle that’s designed to get around 1,000 km (around 621 miles) on a single hydrogen pack that can be refuelled in about 3 minutes […]

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Wattpad’s storytelling app, now with 60M monthly users, adds a subscription service

Wattpad’s storytelling app, now with 60M monthly users, adds a subscription service  Wattpad, the company behind a suite of apps for reading and sharing stories – including a fairly popular “chat fiction” app Tap, a rival to Hooked – is today adding its first ever subscription plan for its flagship application. The […]

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