iPad Pro 2 Gets Rendered in New Video, Has iPhone 8-Style Dual Front Speakers

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Earlier this week, images leaked of pallets containing the upcoming iPhone 8 leaving Foxconn’s Zhengzhou Technology Park, but even before the official press event, there are designs of possible iPad Pro successors being uploaded to the internet. One of them is from Delta Concepts, which has the device sporting dual front-facing speakers. Continue reading for … Continue reading iPad Pro 2 Gets Rendered in New Video, Has iPhone 8-Style Dual Front Speakers

Meet the tech company that wants to make you even more addicted to your phone

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 Dopamine Labs aims to give any app the same addictive power that Facebook, Zynga and others have spent millions to perfect. Now, armed with $1 million in seed funding and some initial data that they’re experiments in mind control actually work, Dopamine Labs is spending money to boost its staff and sales and marketing efforts … Continue reading Meet the tech company that wants to make you even more addicted to your phone

WhatsApp’s first ads appear on Facebook and start convos with businesses

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 WhatsApp is preparing to finally monetize, and its first move follows the same strategy as Facebook Messenger. TechCrunch has discovered code in Facebook’s ad manager that lets businesses buy ads with the call to action “Send WhatsApp Message”. We reached out for comment and a WhatsApp spokesperson told TechCrunch ““We’re testing a new way for … Continue reading WhatsApp’s first ads appear on Facebook and start convos with businesses

TechCrunch Include Office Hours with Greylock Partners

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 TechCrunch Include Office Hours are back for September, this time with Greylock Partners. On September 15th from 2-4 pm PT, Greylock Partners’ investors — Sarah Guo, Matt Heiman and Saam Motamedi — will be meeting with underserved and underrepresented founders, providing valuable feedback and guidance. Read More from TechCrunch http://ift.tt/2xiyhDV

YouTube launches HDR playback on select mobile devices

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 Last November, YouTube began supporting HDR for those who watch its videos via their TV sets. Today, the company announced it’s expanding the technology to mobile, initially on select Android devices, but not yet on iOS. With support for HDR, videos offer better picture quality, with higher contrast that allows you to see more vibrant colors and … Continue reading YouTube launches HDR playback on select mobile devices