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Silicon Valley Business Journal
Christine Tsai is suddenly the face of 500 Startups
Silicon Valley Business Journal
Christine Tsai has long been listed as a founding partner at 500 Startups, but until now she appeared happy to let Dave McClure be ringmaster at the Mountain View-based accelerator. With McClure's resignation on Monday, after being outed for making ...

Android Headlines
Moto Z2 Force For AT&T Shows Off Dual Rear Cameras
Android Headlines
A leaked image of the Moto Z2 Force for AT&T shows off the phone's dual rear cameras as well as its slim design. This is the latest image to surface of the upcoming phone that's part of Motorola and Lenovo's second generation Moto Z family of devices ...

BBC News
Frog evolution linked to dinosaur asteroid strike
BBC News
The huge diversity of frogs we see today is mainly a consequence of the asteroid strike that killed off the dinosaurs, a study suggests. A new analysis shows that frog populations exploded after the extinction event 66 million years ago. It would ...

Mac Rumors
Ming-Chi Kuo Predicts iPhone 8 Will Omit Touch ID Entirely, Come in Limited Color Options
Mac Rumors
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today made ten predictions related to the 2017 debut of the "iPhone 8," "iPhone 7s," and "iPhone 7s Plus," which are expected to be announced in September and launch sometime afterwards (via StreetInsider).

Forbes
Disappointing Galaxy Note 8 Leak Highlights Samsung's Powerful Choice
Forbes
With Samsung expected to launch the Galaxy Note 8 next month, more details about the phablet are coming out of the supply chain. It's clear from the specifications as we currently understand them that Samsung is pushing the boat out in terms of ...

Spaceflight Now
Launch of Falcon 9 rocket scrubbed second day in a row
Spaceflight Now
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket and the Intelsat 35e communications satellite at launch pad 39A during Monday's final countdown. Credit: SpaceX. For the second day running, computers automatically aborted a Falcon 9 launch countdown Monday at NASA's ...

Spaceflight Now
Live coverage: SpaceX's Dragon supply ship ends month-long mission
Spaceflight Now
Live coverage of the departure of SpaceX's Dragon supply ship from the International Space Station and its splashdown in the Pacific Ocean with several tons of experiment samples and cargo. Text updates will appear automatically below; there is no need ...

Engadget
Microsoft could lay off 'thousands' as it focuses more on cloud services
The Verge
Microsoft reorganized its global sales force today to heighten its focus on selling cloud services instead of standalone pieces of software, according to The Wall Street Journal. The reorganization, just the latest in a series of structural changes the ...

Kotaku
Zelda's Labyrinths Are Some Bullshit
Kotaku
Over the weekend I downloaded Breath of the Wild's first batch of DLC. There were new quests, new gear and a whole new mode. Great. But I didn't care. I wanted one thing and one thing only. Proof that Zelda's labyrinths were bullshit. Advertisement.

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