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The We Company reportedly will put its public offering on hold

The We Company reportedly will put its public offering on hold The We Company, parent company of the short-term real estate property management and development company WeWork and other We-related subsidiaries, is reportedly shelving its plans for an initial public offering. The company’s plans for a public offering have been hampered by […]

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Waymo’s robotaxi pilot surpassed 6,200 riders in its first month in California

Waymo’s robotaxi pilot surpassed 6,200 riders in its first month in California Waymo transported 6,299 passengers in self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans in its first month participating in a robotaxi pilot program in California, according to a quarterly report the company filed with the California Public Utilities Commission. In all, the company completed […]

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What startup CSOs can learn from three enterprise security experts

What startup CSOs can learn from three enterprise security experts How do you keep your startup secure? That’s the big question we explored at TC Sessions: Enterprise earlier this month. No matter the size, every startup is an enterprise. Every startup will grow in size as it builds out. But as a […]

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I hope Apple Arcade makes room for weird cool shit

I hope Apple Arcade makes room for weird cool shit Apple Arcade seems purpose built to make room in the market for beautiful, sad, weird, moving, slow, clever and heartfelt. All things that the action, shooter and MOBA driven major market of games has done nothing to foster over the last decade. […]

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Apple Arcade is now available for some iOS 13 beta users

Apple Arcade is now available for some iOS 13 beta users If you’re running a beta version of iOS 13 or 13.1, chances are you can now open the App Store and subscribe to Apple Arcade. The company has been rolling out its new subscription service, as MacRumors spotted. It works on […]

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California bill looks to close data gaps in the criminal justice system

California bill looks to close data gaps in the criminal justice system The California state legislature has passed AB-1331, a criminal justice data bill that aims to improve the quality of criminal justice records and creates a pathway for courts to share data with researchers. The bill is awaiting a signature of […]

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$100M Grant for the Web fund aims to jump-start a new way to pay online

0M Grant for the Web fund aims to jump-start a new way to pay online Getting paid for providing content online isn’t simple, and as the ad-based economy continues to collapse pretty much everyone is looking for alternatives. One problem: While the web is great at moving images and audio and files […]

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Google will unveil the Pixel 4 and other new hardware on October 15

Google will unveil the Pixel 4 and other new hardware on October 15 Google will reveal the next Pixel in greater detail at an event happening October 15 in New York, the company confirmed via invites sent to media today. We already know the Pixel 4 will be revealed at this event, […]

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Join the Q&A with top speakers at Disrupt SF (Oct. 2-4)

Join the Q&A with top speakers at Disrupt SF (Oct. 2-4) The main stage at Disrupt SF doesn’t make time for audience questions, but we know everyone has questions to ask our speakers. So we have a separate Q&A stage where many of our speakers appear a second time to take direct […]

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Trigo raises $22M for an automated grocery check out platform, similar to Amazon Go

Trigo raises M for an automated grocery check out platform, similar to Amazon Go Automated check-out systems in supermarkets, where cashiers are replaced by barcode-readers and touchscreen interfaces for taking payments, have become a commonplace fixture in many parts of the world. But today, a startup that’s building many believe will be […]

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