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Yuneec’s Breeze is a flying camera that is pretty hard to crash — VentureBeat

Yuneec International has launched its Breeze “flying camera” that is easy to use and hard to crash. The Yuneec Breeze is controlled via mobile device, and it can take UltraHD 4K videos and photos. It sells for $500. It has instantaneous social media sharing and autonomous flight controls that keep the drone hovering at a…

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How startups are trying to fix consumer debt — TechCrunch

Consumer debt remains one of the biggest challenges with the American economy. The average household has $130,922 in debt, and debt interest payments represent 9 percent of the average household income. The silver lining is that with tough problems comes the opportunity for tech companies and investors to build solutions to address them. Here are some of the startups helping us get out of debt.

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Super Soldier Talk – Q&A Genomics and Femtotech – Feat. Peter —

Peter shares with us why witches are persecuted, more about monarch Solutions Director Paul Serene, Lord Metatron, death of Max Spiers, PPAI Femotoite and Targeted Genoming, DICOM FILES Cover-up, Astral Super Soldier Experiences and much more. Peters Mint Tea Recipe: Drink twice a day but any more than twice a day! 3 Mint Tea Bags […]

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For the ambitious ed tech company AltSchool, it’s time for phase two — TechCrunch

Much has been written about the ambitions of AltSchool, a San Francisco-based startup that’s aiming to change the way that school children learn. Its big idea, broadly, is that personalized learning is far more effective than the standardized education that most students are stuck with today. As important, personalized learning is scalable, believes AltSchool, which […]

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World Lion Day: A visit to big-cat filmmakers Beverly & Dereck Joubert — TED Blog

Dereck and Beverly Joubert have been living in the bush in Botswana, making wildlife and conservation films together, for more than 30 years. Their films have shaped an intimate and profound narrative about the interconnected relationship among people, animals and the land, adding layers of understanding based on years of close and constant observation of […]

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Disney will invest $1B into MLB’s streaming video business — TechCrunch

The Walt Disney Company just announced that it’s paying $1 billion for a 33 percent stake in BAMTech, the video streaming company created by Major League Baseball. As a result of the deal, BAMTech is also spinning out of MLB’s broader digital media business, MLB Advanced Media. BAMTech’s clients aren’t limited to baseball (they include HBO […]

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Auto manufacturers need stable startup partners — TechCrunch

TU-Automotive, which analyzes the future of the connected, autonomous car, recently hosted a webinar focused on the relationship between automotive manufacturers and startups. SK Kim, venture capitalist and manager at Hyundai Ventures, and Liz Kerton, executive director of the Autotech Council, laid out the challenges of mashing together a century-old industry with nimble new companies. […]

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