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Deal: Unlocked LG G7 ThinQ gets price slashed to $629.99 at B&H ($120-off)

B&H B&H has reduced the price of the unlocked LG G7 ThinQ by $120 (as spotted by PhoneArena), bringing the phone down to $629.99. It comes with a free Avoda LG G7 Tempered Glass Protector worth $19.99 and a one-year warranty that can be extended to two-years if you register the phone with...

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Facebook hires Google silicon bigwig, but why?

Facebook has hired a key Google engineer for its fledgling silicon design efforts. The new employee founded Google’s consumer silicon team, according to his LinkedIn account. The new hire will reportedly be working under Facebook’s head of virtual and augmented reality. Facebook has hi...

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How to validate your brilliant idea and launch your business with Growth Hacking

This growth hacking course is for any entrepreneur, marketer, or engineer who wants to learn how to grow a product. A Growth Hacker is a rare combination: someone with the right marketing and technical skills who is able to come up with clever marketing hacks while tracking their results. Here, you&...

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Restaurant booking startup Eatigo chows down ~$10M more from TripAdvisor

Eatigo, a Southeast Asia-based dining service that describes itself as an ‘anti-Groupon’ for restaurants, had a busy 2017 that saw it expand into a number of markets including India. Now it is primed to continue that growth further still after it gobbled down a fresh serving of capi...

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Elon Musk tweets he’ll “bet ya a signed dollar” that Thai cave rescuer is a “pedo”

Elon Musk seems not only intent on burning all the goodwill he earned for trying to help last week’s Thai cave rescue, but rolling around in its ashes, too. In a series of extraordinarily offensive, now deleted tweets, the SpaceX and Tesla CEO called a British diver who participated in last w...

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A list of ten things that billionaire owners of EV, clean energy and rocket companies should and should not tweet

So… apparently there’s been another kerfuffle on the Twitter about some asinine things that a certain wealthy, rocket-building, payment-revolutionizing, electric vehicle company-creating entrepreneur has written in tweets to millions of followers. This billionaire is, by all accounts, i...

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Liberty, equality, technology: France is finally poised to become a tech power

Once America had an unassailable advantage, an economic flywheel that spun off innovation and Fortune 500 companies like a perpetual-motion machine. Bring in the best, brightest, and most driven from around the world; educate them or their children at its universities; then watch them start companie...

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EV startups Alta, Energica, and Zero could reboot the motorcycle industry

Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa. More posts by this contributor MallforAfrica and DHL launch MarketPlace Africa global e-commerce site Nigerian logistics startup Kobo360 a...

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Why BMW needs to own its customer experience from start to finish

For the last few years now, BMW has wrestled with the question of what it’ll mean to be a luxury car manufacturer in the age of electric cars, autonomous driving and rapidly changing — and increasing — customer expectations. What, after all, makes something the “ultimate...

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In Q2 2018, late-stage deals led the world’s venture capital market

Jason Rowley Contributor Jason Rowley is a venture capital and technology reporter for Crunchbase News. More posts by this contributor Satellite startups turn to reinventing broadband, mapping and other industries Old VC firms hold entrenched positio...


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