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Meet Oasis, Amazon’s smaller, lighter, grippier Kindle

kindle1 True to earlier reports, Amazon’s Kindle Oasis is the smallest and lightest Kindle yet and comes with a handle for gripping. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos teased an “all-new, top of the line” Kindle last week and Chinese site Tmall.com sent the e-reader world in a tizzy when it accidentally unveiled details of Kindle’s newest addition to the family on Monday. The site… Read More

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Sarah Buhr

April 13th

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The 5 top startups from Y Combinator Fellowship’s Virtual Demo Day

ycf (1) Pre-natal genetic testing, VR drones, and fracking nanoparticles were a few of the products featured in Y Combinator’s first Virtual Demo Day. They come from the YC Fellowship, a program designed to let the startup school help idea- or prototype-stage companies, beyond the full-fledged businesses in its main accelerator. The 8-week full-time fellowship mostly offers remote guidance,… Read More

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Josh Constine

April 1st

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Flex is an alternative to tampons you can have sex while wearing

Flex Feminine Product Things can get messy if you have sex on your period, so many couples avoid it. But The Flex Company wants to replace outdated pads and tampons with a sleek, disc-shaped blood blocker. Flex can be worn during sex to prevent making a mess. The Flex discs are disposable, can be worn for up to 12 hours and even come in a stylish little packet. They’re doctor-approved to be… Read More

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Josh Constine

March 31st

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The top 8 startups from Y Combinator Winter ’16 Demo Day 2

ycombinator-bestof2 Supersonic planes, food harvesting robots and instant HIV diagnosis were some of the ideas that wowed us on Demo Day 2 for Y Combinator’s Winter 2016 batch. We queried investors and TechCrunch’s writers to come up with our top 8 picks from all 59 startups that presented. Check out our coverage of the 60 YC startups from Tuesday, plus our 7 favorites. Additional reporting by Megan… Read More

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Josh Constine

March 24th

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The top 8 startups from Y Combinator Winter ’16 Demo Day 2

ycombinator-bestof2 Supersonic planes, food harvesting robots and instant HIV diagnosis were some of the ideas that wowed us on Demo Day 2 for Y Combinator’s Winter 2016 batch. We queried investors and TechCrunch’s writers to come up with our top 8 picks from all 59 startups that presented. Check out our coverage of the 60 YC startups from Tuesday, plus our 7 favorites. Additional reporting by Megan… Read More

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Josh Constine

March 24th

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Face-plant into this airplane tray table pillow

Woollip You don’t have to be a circus freak contortionist to sleep on a plane thanks to Woollip. Now you can dive face-first into an inflatable travel pillow that’s made to sit atop your tray table. Woollip just hit Kickstarter for $30 and plans to ship in July. Most travel pillows sit behind your head or around your neck. But when you’re sitting upright, that makes you more likely… Read More

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Josh Constine

March 22nd

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Apple Must Pay $450 Million for ‘Supreme Evil of Antitrust’ Ebook Scheme

This summer, the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Apple violated federal antitrust law by conspiring to fix the price of ebooks. The court called Apple’s price fixing the “supreme evil of antitrust.” Today, the Supreme Court has rejected Apple’s appeal.

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Kate Knibbs

March 7th

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Amazon adds the $130 Tap and the $90 Dot to the Echo family

Amazon Tap_Bedroom Amazon’s voice-operated command center Echo produces something close to modern-day magic within our homes: Get the latest news, order a pizza, turn off the lights or find out who killed Bruce Wayne’s parents in fewer than 1,200 milliseconds. Read More

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Sarah Buhr

March 3rd

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Screw Those $300 Standing Desks. This Cardboard One Is $25

Oristand Cardboard Standing Desk Is sitting at a computer all day making you fat, but standing desks are too expensive? The Hootsuite CEO’s nifty new side project could save your spine and slim your belly. Oristand is a $25 standing desk made of cardboard. Just unfold the contraption, stick it atop your normal desk, and you can work without hunching. Some employees at Hootsuite were already bolting little IKEA shelves… Read More

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Josh Constine

January 14th

Gadgets

This 9-Foot-Long iPhone Cord Is The Ultimate Holiday Gift, And It’s Only $12

long iphone cord Free your friends and family from hunching over the side of their bed, sitting on the floor in airports, and infinite other uncomfortable positions. Buy them this Anker 9-foot long iPhone/iPad lightning cable that’s almost 3X longer than the normal one. Read More

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Josh Constine

December 15th

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