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Amazon’s smart glasses get an upgrade, as its smart ring is discontinued

As strange as they are, you would be forgiven for going about the existence of Echo Frames. Amazon announced the smart glasses among a deluge of Alexa-focused produces at an contest last year that also included an even stranger smart ring. The experimental produce was Day 1 Edition device — making it was available to […]

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Emerging companies thrive on data. Shouldn’t they use it to improve hiring decisions?

Zoe Jervier Hewitt Contributor Share on Twitter Zoe Jervier Hewitt is a leadership manager and flair marriage at multi-stage VC store EQT Ventures, where she helps portfolio fellowships organize and accelerate their search for talent by facilitating connections to the right technology and people required to source candidates at each stage of company growth. While […]

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Fertility tracking has met an explosion of startup task in recent years. Femtech startup Lady Technologies is adding to this rich mix with the full U.S. open of a dual-purpose device, announced kegg, that’s designed to measure hormonal changes in a woman’s cervical fluid to help her determine the chance of conception on a passed […]

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Low-cost fitness bands see a resurgence in interest amid the pandemic

While wearable fitness devices encountered an uptick in shipments in The americas for Q2, the overall dollar extent of the market remained steady, according to brand-new amounts out of Canalys. The difference can be chalked up to a decline in the average selling price of the products. Continuing an overall trend for 2020, the COVID-1 […]

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Samsung’s got a new budget 5G handset and a fitness tracker with a two-week battery

Yesterday’s overflow Galaxy Unpacked event was about one thing and one thing alone: the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Honestly, it was a bit anticlimactic after its predecessor felt Samsung unveiling five new machines. But the singular focus wasn’t for lack of new nonsense to show off. In fact, the company only released a whole slew […]

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Here are all the things Samsung announced at today’s Unpacked event

Samsung’s first virtual Unpacked graded somewhere between Microsoft and Apple’s recent events in terms of overall performance and general awkwardness. The reveal kicked off seven hours late, and a number of on-screen presenters certainly tended toward the more…awkward side of things, but overall, it was a decent first virtual happen as the company embraces what […]

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The hype, haplessness and hope of haptics in the COVID-19 era

Devon Powers Contributor Devon Powers is an associate professor of publicizing at Temple University and the author of “On Trend: The Business of Forecasting the Future.” David Parisi Contributor David Parisi is an associate professor at the College of Charleston and writer of “Archaeologies of Touch: Interfacing with Haptics from Electricity to Computing.” In March, […]

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VCs and startups consider HaaS model for consumer devices

I’ve been following consumer audio electronics busines Nura with great interest for a few years now — the Melbourne-based startup was one of the first business I met with after starting with TechCrunch. At the time, its first prototype was a big mess of routes and wires — the sort of thing you could never […]

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EU antitrust lawmakers kick off IoT deep dive to follow the data flows

The potential for the Internet of Things to lead to aberration in market competition is hurting European Union lawmakers who have today kicked off a sectoral inquiry. They’re aiming to gather data from hundreds of companies operating in the smart dwelling and connected maneuver seat — via some 400 questionnaires, to be presented to companies […]

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Google’s Fitbit deal could avoid EU antitrust probe by agreeing not to use health data for ads

Google announced its plans to acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion back in November. As of this writing, the transaction has yet to go through, courtesy of all the usual regulatory scrutiny that occurs any time one enormous company buys another. EU regulators are often a key impediment for these sorts of considers, and this time […]

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