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Crunch Report | Twitter tests a new tweetstorm feature and Tesla unveils a semi truck

Crunch Report | Twitter tests a new tweetstorm feature and Tesla unveils a semi truck  Today’s Stories Apple pushes back on the release of the Homepod Twitter tests a new tweetstorm feature Tesla unveils a new semi truck Walmart will pilot the new Tesla...
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How to teach Siri to pronounce your name correctly

How to teach Siri to pronounce your name correctly Apple's digital assistant can sometimes struggle with understanding and pronouncing names. We show you how teach Siri the correct way to speak How to teach Siri to pronounce your name...
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Why now is the time to join Startup Alley at Disrupt Berlin

Why now is the time to join Startup Alley at Disrupt Berlin  (Hint: Free stuff) TechCrunch Disrupt is coming to Arena Berlin on 4-5 December, and and we’re looking for a few more rockstar startups to be a part of our massive menagerie of...
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How to use iOS 11 Settings on iPhone & iPad

How to use iOS 11 Settings on iPhone & iPad Our comprehensive guide to the settings you need to know in iOS 11: personalise your iPhone or iPad to work the way you want it to How to use iOS 11 Settings on iPhone & iPad Source: Mac...
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Algorithmia now helps businesses manage and deploy their machine learning models

Algorithmia now helps businesses manage and deploy their machine learning models  Algorithmia started out as an online marketplace for — can you guess it? — algorithms. Many of these algorithms that developers offered on the service focused on machine...
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How to find a lost Apple Watch

How to find a lost Apple Watch Apple makes it straightforward to locate a lost Apple Watch and get it back - or wipe the data if you can't. Here's how How to find a lost Apple Watch Source: Mac World How...
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The AR-powered fighting MekaMon robot goes on sale at Apple Stores

The AR-powered fighting MekaMon robot goes on sale at Apple Stores  After selling out of its initial run of 500, U.K.-based Reach Robotics scored a $7.5 million funding round to help it produce a more consumer-ready version of its battling robotics...
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How to get wireless charging on older iPhones

How to get wireless charging on older iPhones The iPhone 8 and iPhone X add wireless charging, but that alone probably isn't enough to convince you to upgrade from the iPhone 7. Here's how to add wireless charging to the iPhone 7 and other older...
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Algorithmia now helps businesses manage and deploy their machine learning models

Algorithmia now helps businesses manage and deploy their machine learning models

 Algorithmia started out as an online marketplace for — can you guess it? — algorithms. Many of these algorithms that developers offered on the service focused on machine learning (think face detection, sentiment analysis, etc.). Today, with the boom in ML/AI, that’s obviously a big draw and Algorithmia is now taking its next step in this direction with the launch of a new… Read More

Algorithmia now helps businesses manage and deploy their machine learning models
Source: TechCrunch

The AR-powered fighting MekaMon robot goes on sale at Apple Stores

The AR-powered fighting MekaMon robot goes on sale at Apple Stores

 After selling out of its initial run of 500, U.K.-based Reach Robotics scored a $7.5 million funding round to help it produce a more consumer-ready version of its battling robotics platform. Turns out VCs weren’t the only ones paying close attention to the company’s product: Apple has also been watching the company’s growth with keen interest. Read More

The AR-powered fighting MekaMon robot goes on sale at Apple Stores
Source: TechCrunch

AWS isn’t exiting China, but Amazon did sell physical assets to comply with Chinese law

AWS isn’t exiting China, but Amazon did sell physical assets to comply with Chinese law

aws logo Amazon has denied reports that it is withdrawing its AWS business from China, but the firm did admit that it has been forced to sell some physical assets to its local partner. The U.S. firm appeared to have exited the country after The Wall Street Journal and Reuters reported that Beijing Sinnet, the partner that operates AWS China, had notified investors of its acquisition of the… Read More

AWS isn’t exiting China, but Amazon did sell physical assets to comply with Chinese law
Source: TechCrunch

Uber’s new Asia chief wants to work with governments and taxi firms not against them

Uber’s new Asia chief wants to work with governments and taxi firms not against them

 New CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has been vocal in pledging to reform Uber’s toxic culture to take the business to the next level — and ultimately an IPO — but, over in Asia, another recent arrival is presiding over a revamped approach which includes turning those who were once enemies into friends. Brooks Entwistle, a former Chairman of Goldman Sachs Southeast Asia, joined… Read More

Uber’s new Asia chief wants to work with governments and taxi firms not against them
Source: TechCrunch

Alibaba breaks ‘Singles Day’ record, racking up $18 billion in sales in just 12 hours

Alibaba breaks ‘Singles Day’ record, racking up billion in sales in just 12 hours

 Well, it’s 11/11 on the other side of the globe which means Alibaba is already raking in loads of cash from Singles Day, otherwise known as the biggest day for global online shopping of the year. The company has a running sales counter on its Alizila news website, which details the “gross merchandise volume” that it has fulfilled orders for so far. It’s currently just… Read More

Alibaba breaks ‘Singles Day’ record, racking up billion in sales in just 12 hours
Source: TechCrunch