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JayBird slims down the profile and pricing for its X3 Bluetooth earbuds

27 October, by Brian Heater[ —]
JayBird X3 By Bluetooth headphone standards, JayBird’s new X3 aren’t very sexy. Compared to the company’s recently released Freedom earbuds, they’re big and bulky. But that’s somewhat beside the point. The headphones are notably smaller than their predecessors, and more importantly, they’re significantly cheaper, with a $130 asking price. Compare that to the $180… Read More

Where to watch the live stream for today’s Apple MacBook Pro press conference

27 October, by Romain Dillet[ —]
mac Apple is holding a press conference today on its campus in Cupertino, and the company is expected to unveil the new MacBook Pro (yes, the one with the insane mini display above the keyboard that already leaked) as well as an updated 13-inch MacBook Air. At 10 AM PT (1 PM in New York, 6 PM in London, 7 PM in Paris), you’ll be able to watch the event on all Apple devices. Apple is likely… Read More

Carousell prepares to monetize after acquiring automotive classifieds startup

27 October, by Jon Russell[ —]
Carousell hero image_10june Singapore-based Carousell has complete its second piece M&A following the Craigslist-like mobile commerce company’s $35 million Series B round in August. Read More

A founder seizes on anti-Trump sentiment to market women-friendly workflow software

27 October, by Connie Loizos[ —]
backops_21161_f2 Earlier this year, Kristen Koh Goldstein merged two of her companies, three-year-old Scalus and six-year-old BackOps into a new company called HireAthena, a back-office-as a service startup that also sells fully automated workflow software. From the start, the company has aggressively marketed itself to both customers and employees who are women, and it’s smartly playing up to them… Read More

Samsung’s profit plummets 30% following the Galaxy Note 7 crisis

27 October, by Jon Russell[ —]
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 The struggle is real for Samsung. The Korean electronics giant’s operating profit plunged 30 percent year-on-year as the effects of the Galaxy Note 7 crisis begin to take a financial toll. Read More

Designing mindful machines

27 October, by Jason Tan[ —]
machinelearning Facebook recently fired the entire Trending Topics team of human editors amid accusations they were promoting specific agendas and biasing what news was deemed “important.” Now the company is relying on machine learning algorithms to manage Trending Topics — and finding that keeping the results free of hoaxes and fake news isn’t always easy. Read More

Tesla touts reliability and production improvements as reasons for Q3 success

27 October, by Darrell Etherington[ —]
The interior view of a Tesla Motors Inc. Model S P90D, a model with some autopilot features, is seen during an exhibition featuring several self-driving cars outside of the Dirksen Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. Advocates of self-driving cars say the vehicles may revolutionize U.S. transportation enough so that the government can spend less money on roads, parking garages and public transportation systems. Photographer: Drew Angerer/Bloomberg via Getty Images Elon Musk began Tesla’s earning call regarding its third-quarter results on an up beat: He suggested that Q4 will also be strong for the company, deflating some analyst commentary that the results for this most recent reporting period might’ve been up at the expense of the next one. “We currently believe Q4 will be profitable excluding non-cash stock-based expenses,”… Read More

‘The Engine’ is MIT’s incubator for tech and science companies straight out of the lab

27 October, by Devin Coldewey[ —]
engine_mit MIT is getting into the incubator business in a big way with “The Engine,” a major fund and accelerator space aimed at nurturing early-stage companies solving big, difficult problems in tech and science. After The Engine raises its targeted $150 million fund, up to 60 companies at a time will benefit from the university’s equipment, services and considerable pool of expertise. Read More

Musk on Tesla Network: “It’s not Tesla vs. Uber, it’s the people vs. Uber”

27 October, by Darrell Etherington[ —]
Tesla Fleet When Elon Musk revealed Tesla’s plan to ship all Tesla’s made going forward with all the hardware they need to achieve full autonomy, the company noted that car owners would not be able to use their future self-driving Teslas to drive for Uber or Lyft. Instead, they’d be able to rent out their cars on demand using Tesla’s own Tesla Network for ridesharing. On… Read More

The TC Meetup + Pitch-off in Seoul goes down TONIGHT!

27 October, by Jordan Crook[ —]
meetups The big night is tonight! At 6pm, the TC Meetup + Pitch-off is going down in Seoul, South Korea. We’ll be joined by some of the brightest minds in the local tech scene to discuss going global and diversity, and then we’ll dive straight into the Pitch-off itself. Each of these 10 companies will have exactly 60 seconds to pitch their wares to a panel of expert judges, including local… Read More

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