Category Archives: iPhone

Weekly Roundup: Obama imposes sanctions on Russian intelligence, Snapchat and Oculus eat up startups

 This year, Donald Trump’s U.S. election triumph sent Silicon Valley into a spiral of uncertainty, Facebook addressed its fake news problem, the IPO landscape saw little action and the UK separated form the EU. Snapchat rebranded to Snap Inc. and launched its Spectacles hardware product. Twitter is still fighting its abuse problem, Yahoo suffered two massive breaches and Samsung phones… Read More
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Author: Anna Escher

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Why you probably won’t invest in the next unicorn

 Value creation in enterprise tech is often driven by a cohort of exits, while value creation in consumer tech is generally driven by large, individual exits — a phenomenon I recently dug into. What the data revealed is that there is of late a trend of larger consumer exits, such as Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp. If this trend continues, that’s very good news for… Read More
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Author: Winter Mead

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This Wall Charger Gives Your Phone a Boost Even When There’s No Outlet [Deals Hub]

It’s great to be able to plug in and recharge your battery, but what about when there isn’t an outlet to be found? The NomadPlus Battery and Wall Charger keeps an extra boost for when you need it while on the go. Get it on sale from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.

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Author: StackSocial

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2016 Africa roundup: drone delivery, VC, unicorns, exits and Zuck

 Twenty-sixteen was a pivotal year for African tech. The continent’s IT scene attracted major investment, produced its first $1 billion startup, launched a national drone delivery program, and drew one of Silicon Valley’s biggest icons to tour its innovation hubs. Read More
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Author: Jake Bright

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