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02.04.17
Jawbone is reportedly leaving consumer for clinical wearables
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Jawbone is reportedly leaving consumer for clinical wearables

It might make products for health care providers instead of for customers in the future.

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11.18.16
Intel is reportedly backing away from wearables (update: it says no)
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Intel is reportedly backing away from wearables (update: it says no)

Recalls, unreleased products and reported layoffs could spell the end of Intel's wearable group.

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02.19.16
Get ready for ads in Facebook Messenger
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Get ready for ads in Facebook Messenger

A leaked document suggests voluntarily chatting with stores will allow them to send you spam.

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02.06.16
NFL welcomes startup ideas for the future of football
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NFL welcomes startup ideas for the future of football

Everything from watching the sport in VR to smart sensors for athletes is fair game.

By N. Lee,   02.06.16
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11.19.15
Telegram founder knew ISIS was using his service before Paris attacks (updated)
11.19.15

Telegram founder knew ISIS was using his service before Paris attacks (updated)

"I think that privacy, ultimately, and the right for privacy is more important than our fear of bad things happening, like terrorism," Telegram founder Pavel Durov said at TechCrunch Disrupt in September.

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