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Mr. Green is a start-up based in Nairobi. They are innovating in the recycling space.
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Renault has developed technology that enables self-driving cars to avoid obstacles in emergency situations at up to the same speeds as professional test drivers.
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Ingrid London catches up with Arbe Robotics CEO Kobi Marenko to chat about the company's pivot from autonomous drones to autonomous cars.
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Today Razer shows off their new smartphone
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Josh Constine breaks down Instagram's new Superzoom feature.
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Medbit connects doctors and patients in an effort to improve healthcare throughout Kenya, and eventually all of Africa.
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Amazon Cloud Cam and Key let you remotely give access to delivery drivers and service workers looking to enter your home http://tcrn.ch/2y6VR2o
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The most capable member of the Surface line just got a lot more powerful.
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Nvidia Holodeck (yes, it’s actually called that) in an “intelligent virtual reality platform” created by the GPU maker that offers collaborative virtual environments with simulated real-world physics, highly detailed models built using photorealistic graphics at life-size scale. It’s not built to help Captain Picard live out film noir detective fantasies or swashbuckle the seas, however; Nvidia’s Holodeck is aimed at helping designers prototype, review and tweak designs to make it possible to bring products to market faster. Read more here: https://techcrunch.com/2017/10/10/nvidia-built-a-real-holodeck-aimed-at-creative-collaboration/
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Onstage at Oculus Connect 4 in San Jose, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled a new mobile headset called “Oculus Go.” Read more here: https://techcrunch.com/2017/10/11/oculus-announces-199-oculus-go-standalone-headset/
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Star Wars VR is going to Disneyland. Well, sort of. It’s going to the area just outside Disneyland — Downtown Disney (in Anaheim) and Disney Springs (next to Disney World in Orlando). Read full article: https://techcrunch.com/2017/10/11/heres-the-trailer-for-the-new-star-wars-vr-experience-coming-to-disney-parks/
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Hands on with the Apple Watch Series 3 from Apple's Steve Jobs Theater on September 12, 2017.
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First look at the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus at the Steve Jobs Theater on September 12, 2017. The 8 starts at $699 and the 8 Plus is $100 more. They go up for pre-sale September 15th and hit stores the 22nd.
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TechCrunch's full recap of Apple's September Event held on September 12, 2017. For full event coverage visit techcrunch.com.
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10 years after debuting the first iPhone, Apple is introducing the iPhone X.
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Apple TV goes 4K
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Here's everything that you need to know about the iPhone 8 that was announced at Apple's September Event. Learn more here: https://techcrunch.com/2017/09/12/apple-announces-the-iphone-8-and-iphone-8-plus/
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Apple Watch Series 3 has cellular built-in. Wireless cellular LTE means the new Apple Watch will be able to stay connected even when it’s not tethered to an iPhone. This is a huge step forward in terms of making it an independent mobile device.
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Unveiled late last month, the Note 8 is the product of a newly cautious company.
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The V30 goes a way to push smartphone imagery even beyond what many of its competitors have done in the past.
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SpaceX held its second Hyperloop Pod design competition and Darrell Etherington was there to talk to the three teams competing. The goal of the competition was to field the fastest pod in a race down the mile-long test track SpaceX built near its headquarters in Hawthorne, CA.
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TechCrunch tested a couple consumer-ready headsets from Acer and Dell. While Microsoft's “mixed reality” headsets boast advantages over HTC and Oculus, it now costs roughly the same as the competition.
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While the Ionic is designed to be a capable, everyday product, what sets it apart is its focus on fitness.
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While the Ionic is designed to be a capable, everyday product, what sets it apart is its focus on fitness.
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In the wake of the smoldering, ongoing mess that was the Note 7, there was an open question about whether Samsung would maintain the brand. After two recalls totaling one million phones in the U.S. and an endless parade of bad headlines, it was a PR nightmare from which is seemed it might be impossible to return.
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EM3 works with farmers who own equipment like tractors, harvesters and other mechanical implements by allowing them to ‘rent’ out their assets to help pay off the purchase or generate additional revenue.
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Though Disney doing a streaming service is huge news, it’s not the first time the company has dabbled with digital delivery of its content. Watch to learn more.
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Construction workers have been Snapchatting inside of Apple Park. Here is some of the footage.
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Elon Musk shared SpaceX’s first ‘draft animation’ of the planned Falcon Heavy launch – or how it will go ideally. The Falcon Heavy uses three Falcon 9 boost cores to deliver a lot more thrust and cargo capacity. SpaceX says it’s got twice the thrust of the next largest active rocket in existence. Falcon Heavy is a key ingredient for Musk’s plans to eventually help humans colonize Mars. It’s set for its first test launch in November – but Musk cautions that a lot could go long on that first flight.
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Hyperloop One just completed phase two of its full-scale Hyperloop system tests, achieving record speed and distance. The company’s super speed transit pod managed to go nearly the entire length of Hyperloop One’s test track in the Nevada desert, gliding using magnets. It got up to a top speed of 310 km per hour (nearly 192 mph), which is the highest recorded speed of any Hyperloop pod so far.
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We got a chance to drive one of the first ever Tesla Model 3 cars ever made – there are only around 30 in existence right now.
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GoPro is launching QuikStories in an effort to make its cameras more user friendly.
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Elon Musk just revealed that he’s gotten “verbal government approval” to begin building an underground Hyperloop. The proposed project would link major East Coast U.S. cities, including NY, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Musk says the network will connect city centres, with more entry and exit points along the way, too. It would reduce the trip from NY to DC to just 29 minutes – that’s a 3.5 hour train ride today. The project is still very early – it’s not clear who Musk was speaking to exactly, but he acknowledged formal approval will take some time.
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For a different twist on an evening out with friends, TechCrunch paid a visit to the Playdium Virtual Reality arcade in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The space is located directly above Razer’s Hong Kong store and opened earlier this month. It is decked out with impressive VR kit and games, including a virtual boxing ring, virtual stadium fighter and more. One of the titles includes specialist shoes which, in conjunction with a dedicated VR rig, allows gamers to move, and even run, inside games. The boxing experience, meanwhile, is as tiring as the gym, if not more so. Our Playdium experience was an awesome one, and most of us didn’t even get the chance to sample all of the games. The level of energy required makes VR gaming the polar opposite of the lazy couch potato console gamer.
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The company’s new LRAN technology (Locus Robotics Advanced Navigation) allows multiple robots to work collaboratively. The robots are programmed to optimize package movement with minimal traffic. They’re also designed to work alongside humans, who scan barcodes and help load up the robots. Locus’ systems are already deployed in a number of warehouses across the country.
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Brandless is a new online grocery store that has a variety of high quality goods all priced at $3.
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Waymo recently put its new self-driving Pacifica minivans to a different kind of test. Arizona’s Chandler Police and Fire departments lent their emergency vehicles to help Waymo’s cars gain some key knowledge. Dealing with emergency vehicles, like police cars and ambulances, is a key challenge for autonomous cars. Waymo was able to gather data as emergency cars passed, tailed and drove near its vans. The vans are now much better able to detect police, fire and medical emergency vehicles – potentially before humans could do the same.
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Modern cars carry multiple technology systems vulnerable to cyberattack. Argus, a Tel-Aviv based automotive cybersecurity company, demonstrated for us some scenarios that could happen during an attack.
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Comma.ai pulled its Comma One self-driving car kit last year after regulators came down on the startup. Now the company is launching a system to pull and interpret your car data.
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This week we we hosted the TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-Off in Tel Aviv, and a good time was had by all. Over 700 people packed into the Trask venue to see onstage interviews and 10 companies pitching to win tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt.
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This year there will be 30 hours of sales, starting at 6pm PT / 9pm ET on Monday July 10th and continuing through all of Tuesday July 11th. Also, Prime Day sales will now be available in China, India and Mexico – bringing the total amount of countries with deals to 13.
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Uber’s Advanced Technologies Group has a new version of its testing transport truck for autonomous tech. The new model features an updated technology stack, including a 64 channel spinning LiDAR array. Following the lawsuit, the Uber ATG truck notably drops all Otto branding. The new Uber ATG truck tech loadout also includes upgraded components and software throughout the vehicle. The LiDAR used in the new design is an off-the-shelf part rather than one developed in-house. The new truck can be spotted in testing in SF and on neighboring highways. Although the trucks are self-driving, each one has a trained driver onboard ready to take control.
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MIT engineers have launched the Jungle Hawk Owl drone from the back of a car. This was the first flight for the 24-foot-wide drone, which the team says can stay in the air for five days on a single tank of gas.
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iOS 11 feels like a completely new beast on the iPad. While the final version of iOS 11 is not coming until later this fall, Apple just launched the public beta. Here’s a preview of what you can expect.
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SpaceX has successfully launched a Falcon 9 to orbit during its BulgariaSat-1 mission Friday. The launch reused a first stage booster first employed during an Iridium Communications mission in January of this year, after that Falcon 9 first stage was recovered and refurbished.
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Amazon’s latest perk for Prime members could make us more stylish by letting us buy everything that catches our eye and return what doesn’t fit. Today Amazon revealed Amazon Prime Wardrobe, which is currently in beta, but you can sign up to be notified when it launches.
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It's been one year since Pokemon Go (briefly) took over the world. Just in time for its second summer, it's getting an update with new gym mechanics and a co-op feature meant to bring players together
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TechCrunch asks attendees of E3 their thoughts on the future of gaming on the go.
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Nintendo’s not tipping its hand on VR. It never does. That’s bad form for a company that got its start selling playing cards. But hopefully the Switch’s success doesn’t signal the beginning of a retreat from its commitment to new avenues like mobile.
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