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RED’s new camera will use its Hydrogen One phone as a viewfinder

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Let’s be honest, the RED Hydrogen One is destined to be a niche product. With a “holographic display” and a $1,200 starting price point, the thing wasn’t really designed with mainstream consumers in mind....

Realeyes, which uses AI and a front-facing camera to read viewers’ emotions, raises $16.2M

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One of the more interesting applications of AI to the world of advertising and marketing has been in how it’s being used to help measure and ultimately shape campaigns. Now, a company providing the...

Maze turns your InVision prototypes into flexible testing tools

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Meet Maze, a startup building a user interface testing tool for your app prototypes. Maze is a simple web-based service that lets you turn InVision and Marvel files into UX tests. While most designers work...

Announcing the last judges for the TC Startup Battlefield Europe at VivaTech

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VivaTech is starting in a couple of days, which means TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Europe is also starting on Thursday. So let me introduce you to the last batch of judges that will come to Paris...

U.S. and China reportedly working on a deal to save ZTE

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The United States and China are said to be working on a deal that would keep ZTE from going out of business. According to the Wall Street Journal, the two countries have agreed...

Razer’s new external graphics enclosure is compatible with Macs

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A couple of gaming hardware announcements just dropped from team Razer. What makes the Core X graphics enclosure arguably the most notable of the bunch is the inclusion of a standard Thunderbolt 3 connection...

Former software engineer accuses Uber of “degrading conduct” toward women in new lawsuit

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A former Uber software engineer filed a lawsuit against the company today in the Superior Court of California, accusing it of retaliating against her for after she reported sexual harassment and discrimination. The complaint...

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