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Small rocket launch startup Firefly teams up with Aerojet Rocketdyne

Small rocket launch startup Firefly teams up with Aerojet Rocketdyne In a perfect example of a small, new space startup teaming up with a legacy industry heavyweight with plenty of experience, Firefly is teaming up with Aerojet Rocketdyne. Firefly Aerospace was founded in 2013, and has raised $21.6 million so far to […]

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Apple releases first beta of iOS 13.1, indicating iOS 13 is nearly done

Apple releases first beta of iOS 13.1, indicating iOS 13 is nearly done Surprise, Apple didn’t release yet another beta version of iOS 13. The company released the first developer beta of iOS and iPadOS 13.1 instead. This is a curious move as Apple doesn’t usually share beta versions of .1 updates […]

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Android P Beta 2 brings updated system images and 157 new emojis

Android P Beta 2 brings updated system images and 157 new emojis A month after releasing the first beta version of Android P at I/O (and right in the middle of Apple’s own developers conference), Google has just released Beta 2 of its upcoming mobile operating system. The update is available to […]

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HQ Trivia Is Coming to Android | Crunch Report

HQ Trivia Is Coming to Android | Crunch Report HQ Trivia is coming to Android, Amazon Echo is the No. 1 best seller on the site and the founder of LeEco is ordered to return to China. All this on Crunch Report. Read More Source: techCrunch

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Microsoft launches a revamped version of Mixer into beta

Microsoft launches a revamped version of Mixer into beta  Microsoft today announced the launch of a new beta version of its mobile gameplay streaming app, Mixer, for both iOS and Android. The company says the new app features an entirely different codebase that will allow it to roll out updates more quickly, […]

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The iPhone’s camera app can now read QR codes

The iPhone’s camera app can now read QR codes  Remember when QR codes were the next big thing? In the U.S. you used to be able to find them on billboards, business cards — you name it. They were supposed to change the way we use our devices. Remember CurrentC? But the technology […]

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