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Discuss the unbundling of early-stage VC with Unusual Ventures’ Sarah Leary & John Vrionis

Discuss the unbundling of early-stage VC with Unusual Ventures’ Sarah Leary & John Vrionis This year has been everything but business as usual for the venture and tech community. And we still have a presidential election ahead of us. So, why not listen to the aptly-named experts over at Unusual Ventures? Partners Sarah Leary (co-founder […]

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Kegg, a connected fertility tracker and kegel trainer for women, launches out of beta

Kegg, a connected fertility tracker and kegel trainer for women, launches out of beta Fertility tracking has seen an explosion of startup activity in recent years. Femtech startup Lady Technologies is adding to this rich mix with the full U.S. launch of a dual-purpose device, called kegg, that’s designed to measure hormonal changes in a […]

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Google teams up with Samsonite to launch a Jacquard smart fabric-enabled backpack

Google teams up with Samsonite to launch a Jacquard smart fabric-enabled backpack It has been over four years since Project Jacquard, Google’s smart fabric technology, made its debut at the I/O developer conference. Launched out of what was then Google’s ATAP unit, Jacquard is currently best known for being available on Levi’s jeans jackets, but […]

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Google offers Europe more checks Fitbit data won’t be used for ads

Google offers Europe more checks Fitbit data won’t be used for ads Google has offered a second round of concessions to try to persuade European regulators to clear its acquisition of wearables maker Fitbit . The deal has been stalled by concerns over its impact on consumer privacy and competition in the wearables market. Last […]

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Apple Watch Series 6 review

Apple Watch Series 6 review When it comes to smartwatches, it’s Apple against the world. It’s not that there aren’t plenty of other products to choose from — it’s more that the company has just utterly dominated the space to such a point that any other device is relegated to the realm of “Apple Watch […]

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You can now return Apple’s Solo Loop for a new size, without sending back the Watch

You can now return Apple’s Solo Loop for a new size, without sending back the Watch Call it Apple Bandgate, if you must. It’s the latest online dustup, following Apple’s recent Watch Series 6 release. The announcement of the Solo Loop was more or less glossed over during last week’s big event, because, well, watch […]

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Fitbit Sense review

Fitbit Sense review The Versa helped Fitbit reverse its fortunes after a long, gradual slide. The company was slow to embrace the smartwatch, and stumbled somewhat out of the gate with the Ionic. But the Versa found a perfect sweet spot that build atop generations of wearable health knowhow, key acquisitions like Pebble and a […]

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Apple Watch Series 6 and SE: Price, Details, Release Date

Apple Watch Series 6 and SE: Price, Details, Release Date The new wearable uses an LED array to measure your blood oxygen level, among other new features. Source: {$feed_title) Apple Watch Series 6 and SE: Price, Details, Release Date

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What to expect from Apple’s hardware event

What to expect from Apple’s hardware event If this was a normal year, we would be settling in for an iPhone event right about now. This is, however, very much not a normal year. And while we are, in fact, getting an Apple hardware event tomorrow at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, it’s looking entirely […]

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Low-cost fitness bands see a resurgence in interest amid the pandemic

Low-cost fitness bands see a resurgence in interest amid the pandemic While wearable fitness devices saw an uptick in shipments in North America for Q2, the overall dollar amount of the market remained steady, according to new numbers out of Canalys. The discrepancy can be chalked up to a decline in the average selling price […]

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