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Notes from the Samsung Galaxy Fold: Day Four – TechCrunch

Apologies for skipping day three. That bothered me a lot yesterday. Although the Galaxy Fold was a constant companion. Before you ask (or after you've asked on Twitter without having read over the headline), it's still not broken. All in all it was pretty sturdy. But here is the official line from Samsung to . A limited number of early …

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The board of Tesla is getting much smaller – TechCrunch

Tesla reduced its executive board by more than a third to seven directors by 2020, which included the loss of some early advisers and associates by CEO Elon Musk according to regulators, including on Friday. Joined a few days before a busy week for Tesla, which will feature an April 22 event highlighting the advances in autonomous vehicle technology, the …

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How-to video maker Jumprope launches with the jump to YouTube – TechCrunch

Problem with pausing and rewinding YouTube tutorials to reflect this difficult part? Jumprope is a new social learning network that provides a powerful tool for creating video slideshows. Jumprope helps people find step-by-step cooking, beauty, crafting, education, and more by using voice-over-loop GIFs for each phase. And creators can export their entire lesson for sharing on Instagram, YouTube, or anywhere …

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Tesla raises the price of its full self drive option – TechCrunch

In a few weeks, Tesla buyers will have to pay more for an option that is not yet fully operational, but CEO Elon Musk's commitments will someday deliver full autonomous driving skills. Musk tweeted Saturday that the price of his full self-drive option as of May 1 "will increase significantly over time". Tesla vehicles are not self-propelled. Musk has promised …

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A deep dive into the Uber S-1 – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to equity, TechCrunch's capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. It's time for another equity shot, a quick-take episode centered around a breaking news event. This time, as you have guessed, Kate Clark and I sat down to dig into the Uber S-1. It's a huge, complex document, but we did our best …

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Uber files for IPO – TechCrunch

Uber has filed its S-1 to create the conditions for the carrier to go public next month. This happens less than a month after the debut of competitor Lyft in the public market. Uber is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "UBER", but has not yet announced the IPO price expected. While Uber did not disclose …

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Walmart acquires Adtech startup Polymorph Labs to expand its advertising business – TechCrunch

Amazon has a large and growing advertising business, but its own rival Walmart's advertising business is much smaller. Now they are working to change that. Earlier in the year, the retailer consolidated ad sales for its stores and websites, saying it was ready to monetize buyer data on a larger scale. Today, Walmart continues its efforts to have bought the …

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Here's the first picture of a black hole – TechCrunch

Welcome the black hole inside the Messier 87, a galaxy located approximately 55 million light-years away in the Virgo cluster. It may seem unimpressive at first glance, but it is one of four images of the massive space-time deformation structure – the first time such an object has been photographed. The photographs were taken with a combination of eight radio …

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Google's hybrid cloud platform for AWS and Azure – TechCrunch

Google's Cloud Services Platform for managing hybrid clouds that include local data centers and the Google cloud is coming out of beta today. The company also changes the name of the product in Anthos. This name refers to either a lost Greek tragedy, the name of an obscure god in the Marvel Universe, or rosemary. That would be interesting in …

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