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MacBook Pro 16” first impressions: Return of the Mack

MacBook Pro 16” first impressions: Return of the Mack In poker, complacency is a quiet killer. It can steal your forward momentum bit by bit, using the warm glow of a winning hand or two to cover the bets you’re not making until it’s too late and you’re out of leverage.  Over […]

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Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups

Corporate, public investments spur interest in Pacific Northwest startups Dan Burgar Contributor Share on Twitter Dan Burgar is President of the Vancouver VR/AR Association, where he has helped develop the city’s ecosystem into the second largest VR/AR hub globally. He’s also a partner at Shape Immersive, which creates innovative solutions for top […]

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Nio, Intel’s Mobileye partner to build self-driving electric cars for consumers

Nio, Intel’s Mobileye partner to build self-driving electric cars for consumers Mobileye, the Israeli-based automotive sensor company acquired by Intel in 2017 for $15.3 billion, is partnering with Chinese electric car startup Nio to develop autonomous vehicles that consumers can buy. The companies, which describe this as a “strategic collaboration” aims to […]

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Ally raises $8M Series A for its OKR solution

Ally raises M Series A for its OKR solution OKRs, or Objectives and Key Results, are a popular planning method in Silicon Valley. Like most of those methods that make you fill in some form once every quarter, I’m pretty sure employees find them rather annoying and a waste of their time. […]

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The renaissance of silicon will create industry giants

The renaissance of silicon will create industry giants Navin Chaddha Contributor Navin Chaddha leads Mayfield. The firm invests in early-stage consumer and enterprise technology companies and currently has $2.7 billion under management. More posts by this contributor A people-first view of investing in innovation or entrepreneurs who take people for granted will […]

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Google and Twitter are using AMD’s new EPYC Rome processors in their datacenters

Google and Twitter are using AMD’s new EPYC Rome processors in their datacenters AMD announced that Google and Twitter are among the companies now using EPYC Rome processors during a launch event for the 7nm chips today. The release of EPYC Rome marks a major step in AMD’s processor war with Intel, […]

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Quantum Computing is coming to TC Sessions: Enterprise on Sept. 5

Quantum Computing is coming to TC Sessions: Enterprise on Sept. 5 Here at TechCrunch, we like to think about what’s next and there are few technologies quite as exotic and futuristic as quantum computing. After what felt like decades of being ‘almost there,’ we now have working quantum computers that are able […]

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Hardware startup North’s big pivot bet on wearable computing and platform shifts

Hardware startup North’s big pivot bet on wearable computing and platform shifts Waterloo, Canada-based hardware startup North is a rare bird when it comes to the tech sector: It began life as an entirely different kind of hardware startup as Thalmic Labs in 2012, and launched a major pivot and re-brand in […]

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Daily Crunch: Apple in talks to buy Intel modem biz

Daily Crunch: Apple in talks to buy Intel modem biz The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Apple reportedly in talks to acquire Intel’s modem […]

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Known for its electric scooters, Gogoro moves toward its future as a mobility platform

Known for its electric scooters, Gogoro moves toward its future as a mobility platform Since the launch of its first electric scooter in 2015, Gogoro co-founder and CEO Horace Luke has frequently been asked when the startup is going to expand beyond Taiwan. In its home country, Gogoro’s two-wheel vehicles, with their […]

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