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Iron Ox Opens Its First Fully Autonomous Farm

For the last two and a half years, Iron Ox has been working on perfecting its agricultural robots to tend its indoor farms. After first testing its systems on a small scale, the company is opening its first fully autonomous production farm, with plans to start selling its produce soon. The farm is currently growing a number of leafy greens, ...

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Snapchat adds new styles as Spectacles V2s get used 40% more than V1

Snapchat isn’t revealing sales numbers of version 2 of its Spectacles camera sunglasses, but at least they’re not getting left in a drawer as much as the V1s. The company tells me V2 owners are capturing 40 percent more Snaps than people with V1s. And today, Snapchat is launching two new black-rimmed hipster styles of Spectacles V2 — a Wayfarer-esque ...

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Facebook has restored the cross-posted tweets that were removed from users’ profiles – TechCrunch

Facebook says it has corrected the issue of users’ deleted posts, which had affected those who had previously cross-posted their Tweets to their Facebook profile – a feature that’s no longer supported. Earlier this month, Facebook locked down its API to prevent third-party apps from being able to post to profiles as the logged-in user, and Twitter was one of ...

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Johnson Controls International weighs future of its battery business

The company’s Power Solutions business is one of the industry’s biggest battery sources. Johnson Controls International has imposed a fall deadline on deciding what to do with its Power Solutions business. But at least publicly, it is keeping all options open for one of the industry’s biggest battery sources. JCI is discussing whether to keep the battery business, sell it ...

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate details from the Nintendo Direct

We learned a lot about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate during the Nintendo Direct stream today. Let’s go over some of the biggest details. If you prefer, you can watch the whole presentation above. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases for the Switch on December 7. The fighting game is one of the system’s biggest releases for the year, making it a huge ...

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Using Cloud Storage to Optimise My Financial Planning & SMSF

Image Source Planning for the future is essential. Strong financial planning can help you to maintain a balanced budget, giving you the money, you need for investments and unplanned expenses. Many people don’t take advantage of the tools available to them when they manage their finances. For example, cloud storage is an excellent way to optimise your financial planning. As ...

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Huawei overtakes Apple in smartphone shipments

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei is now the second biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world according to new reports from IDC and Canalys, as The Verge initially spotted. In IDC’s latest report, the firm says that the overall market has shrunk by 1.8 percent in Q2 2018. But the biggest surprise is that Huawei now has a 15.8 percent market share ...

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Tri Cascade Expands Smart Neighborhood Technology Suite Again with Skydrop Partnership

Tri Cascade, Inc., a subsidiary of SkyFidelity, Inc. (OTC Pink: SRMX) and an Internet of Things (IoT) technology company, is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with Skydrop® LLC., a pioneer in smart sprinkler controllers and technology. With this partnership, Tri Cascade will utilize it’s industry leading NB (narrowband)-IoT technology to further enhance Skydrop’s current smart irrigation system and ...

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Google Play Store Android App Search Broken For Some Users

The Android app search function of the Google Play Store is presently broken for some users who are seeing an endless list of duplicate results after inputting a wide variety of queries, particularly more generic searches such as “movies,” “downloads,” and “water tracker.” 9to5Google reports the bug is present on both the web version of the Play Store and its ...

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Gadgets and small appliances that will keep you in the kitchen – TechCrunch

Makula Dunbar Contributor More posts by this contributor The best home Wi-Fi and networking gear Worthwhile gadget upgrades for the tech-obsessed Editor’s note: This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter’s independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and TechCrunch earn affiliate commissions.                                ...

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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative hires to donate tech, not just money – TechCrunch

A cell atlas. AI that reads science papers. Personalized learning software. Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s $45 billion philanthropy organization wants to build technology that can do good at scale rather than just trying to drown problems in cash. Now 2.5 years after its launch, CZI has finally filled out its tech leadership team. Today CZI announced the hire of Jonathan ...

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Moms Like Gadgets Too: Check Out These 3D Printers From Swing Design

Image Source When it comes to cool gadgets that you can use at the office, the printers from Swing Design are just amazing. With a wide range of products and numerous types of printers, Swing Design can boast themselves as the main hub of printers and printer bundles. They can literally meet any needs and exceed all customers’ expectations. Only ...

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