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Facebook shuts down custom feed sharing prompts and 12 other APIs
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Bluedot Innovation gets $5.5 million in funding to track smartphone users more precisely
TechCrunch • Lucas Matney
Slite raises $4.4M to create a smarter internal notes tool
TechCrunch • Matthew Lynley
Technique to beam HD video with 99 percent less power could sharpen the eyes of smart homes
TechCrunch • Devin Coldewey
eBay’s mobile app can now fill out your listings for you
TechCrunch • Sarah Perez
ZTE said to be meeting with Google over US export ban
TechCrunch • Brian Heater
Someone made a game where you ride the rapidly changing prices of cryptocurrencies
TechCrunch • Devin Coldewey
Tony Fadell is worried about smartphone addiction
TechCrunch • Jordan Crook
Elon Musk says Tesla will be profitable in Q3 and Q4
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Facebook shuts down custom feed sharing prompts and 12 other APIs
TechCrunchJosh Constine
Facebook is making good on Mark Zuckerberg’s promise to prioritize user safety and data privacy over its developer platform. Today Facebook and Instagram announced a slew of API shut downs and changes designed to stop developers from being able to pull you...
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Mobile, Travel Technology
Driving Intelligent, Interconnected Mobile Engagement Throughout the Travel Journey
Eye for TravelAdmintim
Your travel brand needs to reach an increasingly mobile traveler and to do so in a smart, linked up way, but do you know how? This free mobile market report will give you the analysis, insight and strategy to become a mobile...
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Mobile, Technology Industry
Bluedot Innovation gets $5.5 million in funding to track smartphone users more precisely
TechCrunchLucas Matney
When it comes to the promises of persistent location hyper-awareness, the promises of mobile have largely fallen flat. While this has been a bummer for consumers looking for more contextual services from the apps they have installed, this has also been a...
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Mobile, Technology Industry
Slite raises $4.4M to create a smarter internal notes tool
TechCrunchMatthew Lynley
Slack exposed the demand for a dead-simple internal communications tool, which has inspired a wave of startups trying to pick apart the rest of a company’s daily activities — including Slite, which hopes to take on internal notes with a fresh round...
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Consumer Electronics, Mobile
Technique to beam HD video with 99 percent less power could sharpen the eyes of smart homes
TechCrunchDevin Coldewey
Everyone seems to be insisting on installing cameras all over their homes these days, which seems incongruous with the ongoing privacy crisis — but that’s a post for another time. Today, we’re talking about enabling those cameras to send high-definition video signals...
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Mobile, Mobile Phones
eBay’s mobile app can now fill out your listings for you
TechCrunchSarah Perez
Ebay is rolling out an app update designed to make it easier to list items for sale on its online marketplace. Instead of filling out detailed forms on your mobile phone’s small screen, you can now scan the barcode on the item...
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Android (operating system), Facebook Inc
ZTE said to be meeting with Google over US export ban
TechCrunchBrian Heater
Yesterday was a rough one for ZTE. A year after pleading guilty to violating sanctions with Iran and North Korea, the U.S. Department of Commerce brought the hammer down and announced a seven-year export restriction on goods sporting U.S. components. That applies...
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Mobile, Technology Industry
Someone made a game where you ride the rapidly changing prices of cryptocurrencies
TechCrunchDevin Coldewey
The cryptocurrency world is a strange one, but at least it has a sense of humor. A new game has you riding a little crypto-car along the wildly fluctuating prices of major and minor currencies. It’s quite ridiculous, and it isn’t even...
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Healthy Living, Mobile
Tony Fadell is worried about smartphone addiction
TechCrunchJordan Crook
This weekend, former Apple engineer and consumer gadget legend Tony Fadell penned an op-ed for Wired. In it, he argued that smartphone manufacturers need to do a better job of educating users about how often they use their mobile phones, and the...
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Mobile, Technology Industry
Elon Musk says Tesla will be profitable in Q3 and Q4
TechCrunchMatthew Lynley
Tesla is one of the more interesting companies for Wall Street that had an interesting couple of months this year — and it seems even tweets from Elon Musk, who said that the company will be profitable in the back half of...
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