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Mode Designs’ Sonnet 65 feels almost too luxurious to type on

Every keypress sounds like two billiard balls colliding. To me, that's exactly the sound I want to get from my keyboard.

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Inside Tencent’s ambition to create a Triple A console game

Tencent, the biggest social networking and video games company in China, hasn’t really managed to scale its popular products in the Western...

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How the upcoming Ethereum Merge could change crypto’s rewards, costs and reputation

Ethereum is about to get a major upgrade. An exec from crypto infrastructure firm Blockdaemon breaks down the changes

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This Week in Apps: Twitter’s edit button, BeReal clones, Trump’s Truth Social gets blocked

This Week in Apps offers a way to keep up with the fast-moving app industry in one place, including news, updates, startup fundings, M&As and...

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Google lets the Parler app back into the Play Store

Truth Social isn’t allowed in Google’s app store yet, but another ostensibly anything-goes social network in the same orbit just made a...

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Nvidia the latest collateral damage in US-China tech war

Nvidia, the world’s largest maker of artificial intelligence chips, is at the heart of a new round of U.S. tech sanctions targeting China....

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Google blocks Truth Social from the Play Store, will Apple be next?

Google’s decision to block the Truth Social app’s launch on the Play Store over content moderation issues raises the question as to why...

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Apple may have given us a hint at its AR/VR headset’s name

Apple’s highly anticipated mixed reality headset may now have a name, according to a Bloomberg report earlier this week. The outlet spotted...

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Apple settles lawsuit with developer over App Store rejections and scams

An app developer’s lawsuit over App Store rejections, scams and fraud has ended in a settlement agreement after court filings show a request to...

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It’s not a DAO, it’s a Koop: 21-year-old founder raises $5M for NFT fan engagement

Web3 protocol Koop launches to help creators engage with their fans and communities through NFT membership passes

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Firewalla launches the Gold Plus, its new 2.5 Gigabit firewall

Firewalla today launched the $569 Gold Plus with four 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces and 5 Gigabits per second of deep packet inspection...

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Magic Eden looks to challenge OpenSea’s NFT dominance

Few startups in the crypto world boast the market dominance that OpenSea currently enjoys, but numerous venture-backed startups are looking to chip...

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Robin Games debuts Playhouse, an interior design game you can both play and shop

Women-led mobile gaming startup Robin Games raised funding around the idea of carving out a new niche in the market of “lifestyle...

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Drop launches the Sense75, its first new in-house keyboard since 2020

Drop’s new Sense75 is a custom 75% mechanical keyboard with a gasket mount and hot-swap sockets. Prices start at $249.

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Elon Musk taps the Twitter whistleblower for help getting out of the deal

Elon Musk's legal team sent a subpoena to former Twitter head of security Peiter "Mudge" Zatko, who filed a whistleblower complaint...

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Justice Department in early stages of filing an antitrust lawsuit against Apple, says report

The DoJ has been examining whether or not Apple abused its market power to dominate smaller tech companies, including both hardware and software...

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WhatsApp confirms some users have access to its new group discussions feature, WhatsApp Communities

WhatsApp Communities, the messaging app’s anticipated expansion aimed at supporting larger discussion groups, has now rolled out to additional...

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Twitter whistleblower says platform was unable to guard against insider threats on January 6

Among the many damning allegations in the newly released Twitter whistleblower complaint, is the disquieting revelation that Twitter was unable to...

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Mudge’s report helps Musk’s legal fight over $44B Twitter deal; says there are ‘millions’ of accounts that could be spam bots

Elon Musk has been handed a fat golden goose to feed his legal battle over ending his acquisition of Twitter. The tech mogul has been trying to...

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EeroQ bets on helium for its quantum chip design

EeroQ is taking a somewhat different approach by betting on mass-produced CMOS chips that use electrons floating on liquid helium to power the core...

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Ravel emerges from stealth with privacy-first data tools based on scalable homomorphic encryption

The world has gotten a lot more serious about privacy and data protection, but in many cases business models that rely on personalization of one kind...

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Surviving the SaaS tsunami: Optimize your tech stack to reduce risk and free up cash flow

The SaaS buying sprees of 2020 and 2021 have led to tech-stack fatigue, and IT departments are feeling the pressure of managing a complex and diverse...

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Facebook is losing its grip as a ‘Top 10’ app as BeReal and TikTok grow

Facebook this year has been struggling to maintain its position among the Top 10 apps on the U.S. App Store, according to an analysis of iPhone App...

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Amazon’s Ring quietly fixed security flaw that put users’ camera recordings at risk of exposure

The video doorbell maker quietly fixed the vulnerability in May.

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Web3 giant Parity Technologies teams up with Watr over platform to track ethical commodities

As the US and Europe bakes in abnormal summer heat, the climate continues to climb up the world’s agenda. With everyone now talking about energy,...

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Cloudera launches its all-in-one SaaS data lakehouse

Big data service Cloudera today launched Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) One, its new data lakehouse as a service offering.

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Investment in infrastructure is critical for crypto startups, not a ‘nice to have’

It's said that the best investment opportunity in a gold rush is the business selling the picks and shovels. But an even better place to invest...

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DriveNets connects with $262M as demand booms for its cloud-based alternative to network routers

Internet usage continues to skyrocket, with 29.3 billion networked devices projected to be in use by 2023 and the growth rate currently at around...

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