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The downloads of the first week of Candy Crush Friends Saga

King's newest puzzle game, Candy Crush Friends Saga, has reached 10 million downloads in the first week, reports mobile research firm Sensor Tower. The free iOS and Android game was launched worldwide on October 10th. Candy Crush is one of the biggest gaming brands on the phone. The original was released in 2012 and has reached over 2.7 billion downloads. …

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Why did this CEO stop calling his company a startup?

Is it time to develop the definition of a startup? That's what I thought when LinkedIn announced its top startups for the year 2018. I was very surprised to see Lyft there – considering the company had 3,000 employees last year and made more than $ 1 billion in sales. This is quite the startup. Looking back on last year's …

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Addison Lee and Oxbotica ink self-driving deal, will provide autonomous car services in London until 2021 – TechCrunch

Following a one-year investigation with Ford and four other mobility specialists on the construction of self-propelled systems that integrate with London's existing transportation infrastructure, Addison Lee today announces the next step in its autonomous strategy On-Demand Ride Company – the black cabs, Uber and other car services competes – announced a contract with the self-propelled startup Oxbotica to develop autonomous …

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When the military turns against freedom of speech – TechCrunch

Elís Musk earns tougher love from the SEC Solve, MIT's Challenges for Social Innovation, might be different to work Wael Abbas, a human rights activist, focusing on the police Concentrated brutality in Egypt has been under arrest since May 19659005, spreading false news and abusing social media. Andy Hall, a labor rights researcher, is battling a lawsuit against Thailand for …

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The Apple Watch Series 4 is the most accessible clock yet – TechCrunch

Steven Aquino Contributor Steven Aquino is a freelance tech author and expert on iOS accessibility. Other posts by this user The Accessibility of the iPhone XS Max Apple's WWDC 2018 Pervades All Accessibility Every time I think about my life's influence on Apple's watch, my The mind always goes back to Matthew Panzarino's article, which was published before the launch …

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Anki Vector review: Big on heart, not on wisdom

It was late Monday afternoon, and Vector gave me a headache. The damn thing seemed to ignore me. Earlier this month, I received a package with Anki's New Vector, which the company calls a "home robot". It sparked a lot of excitement – it broke the $ 500,000 Kickstarter target. In just a few days, it reached $ 1.9 million …

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Blood Money – TechCrunch

Some years ago, an investor I met at a TechCrunch event invited me for a coffee. That happens a lot; As a weekly columnist, I'm an official media influencer here, and people want to influence me until they realize that I'm just going to ignore them and write about every weird idea that comes to my mind. However, I accepted …

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HTC Vive receives Oculus Rift ASW-like motion smoothing

One of the most useful features of the Oculus Rift is Asynchronous SpaceWarp (ASW), which was launched in late 2016. HTC Vive owners asked Valve, who manufactures the software for HTC Vive, for one equivalent. A new feature that comes with the SteamVR beta called "Motion Smoothing" seems to be the answer. Motion smoothing works much like ASW. If you …

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