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Reflector claims to expand 5G coverage in hard-to-reach areas

Dai Nippon Printing Company (DNP) has announced it has developed a Reflect Array that flexibly reflects the millimetre waves used in 5G mobile communications systems to help expand coverage area.   Compared...

Skiers Get Passes Pulled For Ducking Rope

Just found this video of a couple of guys getting their passes pulled for ducking the rope on a deep day at Alpental nearly a decade ago. Not sure why, but...

Level AI lands $13M Series A to build conversational intelligence for customer service – TechCrunch

Level AI, an early stage startup from a former member of the Alexa product team, wants to help companies process customer service calls faster by understanding the interactions they’re having with...

Companies betting on data must value people as much as AI – TechCrunch

The Pareto principle, also known as the 80-20 rule, asserts that 80% of consequences come from 20% of causes, rendering the remainder way less impactful. Those working with data may have heard...

A crash course on corporate development – TechCrunch

Todd Graham is vice president at Venrock, a pioneering venture capital firm established in 1969. Wash, rinse, repeat: A startup is founded, first product ships, customers engage, and then a larger company’s...

For Restaurants That Can Afford Them, Outdoor Air Conditioners Are the Latest Pandemic Pivot

As New York City settles into the slowest period of the summer season, some restaurant owners are once again on the back foot, shelling out thousands of dollars to outfit...

Apple’s privacy flap continues as crypto regulation looms – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest private market news, talks...

Amazon Kindle devices with built-in 3G won't be able to download e-books via cellular connection in the US starting in December as carriers switch...

Ian Carlos Campbell / The Verge: Amazon Kindle devices with built-in 3G won't be able to download e-books via cellular connection in the US starting in December as carriers switch off...
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