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Day: June 13, 2018

Here’s what having the biggest game of the year looks like at E3 – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

For all of the beautiful photo-realistic titles shown off at E3 this year, for all the mind-bending storylines and beautiful art styles, it seems that nobody can stop thinking about Fortnite. The battle royale title has picked up users at break-neck speeds, announcing yesterday that it now has 125 million active users logging in and […]

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Musical.ly kills its standalone live-streaming app Live.ly – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

Musical.ly is merging the functionality from its two-year old live-streaming platform Live.ly into its main app, and has disabled Live.ly’s standalone app as part of the transition process. The Live.ly app will eventually be pulled from the App Store and Google Play, the company confirmed to TechCrunch. Instead of being able to go live, Live.ly […]

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N26 launches a revised metal card – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

Fintech startup N26 is updating its N26 Metal product and launching it tomorrow. You might remember that the company first announced its premium card at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin in December 2017. Shortly after the conference, the card was available in early access for existing N26 Black customers. But the company had to go back to […]

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Git Version Control Series: Setting Up Git

June 13, 2018

This is the fourth in a series of blog posts around Git and a new feature in cPanel & WHM Version 72, Git Version Control. In case you missed them, there is a list at the bottom of this post. Keep watching for a new one every Wednesday!  If you follow our feature request site, you already know […]

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This new startup wants to be the ‘Netscape for crypto,’ and some investors think it has a shot – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

Three-month-old Elph wants to make it easier for you to find and use blockchain-based apps. How? Through a portal that’s promising to enable users to click through to see how their crypto holdings are faring, to buy and sell CryptoKitties or to find and use other decentralized apps. Its co-founder and CEO, Ritik Malhotra, says […]

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Apple orders a 10-episode mystery series inspired by kid reporter Hilde Lysiak – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

Apple is continuing to flesh out its lineup of TV series for its upcoming streaming service and Netflix competitor, assumed to be offered sometime next year as part of a subscription bundle with Apple Music. The company’s latest addition is a dramatic mystery series, currently known as the untitled Hilde Lysiak project. The show is […]

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Docker aims to federate container management across clouds – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

When Docker burst on the scene in 2013, it brought the idea of containers to a broad audience. Since then Kubernetes has emerged as a way to orchestrate the delivery of those containerized apps, but Docker saw a gap that wasn’t being addressed beyond pure container deployment that they are trying to address with the […]

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A conversation with Sarah Cannon and Mark Goldberg, Index Ventures’ new partners – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

Index Ventures — a firm with investments in companies like recent IPO Dropbox, a series of successful gaming companies like King, and others including Slack and coming IPO Zuora — has seen a lot of moves in the past few months. There was the departure of partner Ilya Fushman earlier this year, but the firm also […]

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Back Market raises $48 million for its refurbished device marketplace – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

If you’ve tried selling your old smartphone on a refurbishment website, chances are you ended up with a dozen browser tabs comparing prices. French startup Back Market is taking advantage of this fragmented industry to create a marketplace and aggregate all refurbishers on a single online platform. The startup just raised $48 million (€41 million). […]

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Audit of NHS Trust’s app project with DeepMind raises more questions than it answers – TechCrunch

June 13, 2018

A third party audit of a controversial patient data-sharing arrangement between a London NHS Trust and Google DeepMind appears to have skirted over the core issues that generated the controversy in the first place. The audit (full report here) — conducted by law firm Linklaters — of the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust’s acute kidney injury detection app […]

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