Tim Cook will attend a deposition on June 27 as part of Apple’s continuing legal battle with Qualcomm. Qualcomm’s lawsuit accuses Apple of lying to regulators in order to spur investigations into Qualcomm’s business. Apple previously filed a complaint over chip royalties. Qualcomm is currently being accused of using anticompetitive practices and abusing its position […]
With about 2,000 accelerators worldwide, it’s really hard for startups to choose which programs to attend, if any. Especially when the differences are small, but the implications can be enormous. In May last year, I attended a completely new concept, the decelerator Menorca Millennials. Here’s what I learned. Exponential growth, daily active users, and the number of “18 hour-days” are often the main KPIs for building a successful startup. However being faster doesn’t always mean you’re winning the race. A small group of entrepreneurs from Menorca, a small Spanish island in the Mediterranean, believe that it’s crucial for fast-growing startups…
An RPG set in the Harry Potter universe, but where you get to create your very own wizard or witch and lead them through the Hogwarts school experience, sounds all kinds of amazing. That’s the basis for a forthcoming iOS game, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, which is set to land in the App Store any […]
Apple CEO Tim Cook is on the guest list for China’s fourth annual World Internet Conference, a state-sponsored gathering at which attendees will discuss the future of the country’s strict cyberspace policy.
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Smartphone launch events are typically restricted to journalists, but OnePlus is giving you a chance to see OnePlus 5T get unveiled in person. The event will be held on November 16 in Brooklyn, New York. Tickets will cost $ 40 and you’ll be able to buy one from the event page starting tomorrow, November 16. (chances are that the spots are limited) The event will be streamed live (and for free), but the $ 40 will go to charity and seeing the event first hand is much more exciting. PS. Razer also offered fans tickets for its London event that brought us the Razer Phone and those sold…
This August, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the 14th Dragon spacecraft from Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center. This launch, targeted for August, will be the 12th commercial cargo resupply services mission to the International Space Station. In addition to supplies and equipment, Dragon will deliver several science investigations to the station.
Oh, and you’re invited.
— NASA (@NASA) July 18, 2017
NASA is inviting 40 social media users to attend the two day event, culminating in the historic launch. Accepted applicants will have the opportunity to experience everything from the “front lines.” This includes a tour of the NASA facilities at Kennedy Space Center, the opportunity to speak with representatives from NASA and SpaceX, and a chance to visit the rocket at the Launch Complex.
SpaceX continues to make great strides in decreasing the cost of spaceflight through the use of reusable rocket technology. The company recently completed three successful launches in less than two weeks. In the future, they’ll even bring private citizens to the Moon, and to Mars.
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of history. The deadline to apply is tomorrow (July 19, 2017).
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An inaugural meeting of the American Technology Council — organized by the Trump administration, and led by President Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner — will reportedly take place at the White House on June 19, and may see as many as 12 major tech executives attend, including Apple’s Tim Cook.
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