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Delkin Premium 2933X XQD Memory Cards

Delkin Devices announced today the newest addition to their ever-growing line of memory-based products: Premium 2933X XQD memory cards for both Sony and Nikon cameras. Utilizing a 2nd generation PCI Express interface and delivering blazing-fast write speeds up to 400MB/s (up to 440MB/s read speeds), Delkin Premium XQD memory cards are capable of capturing flawless cinema-quality footage, including DCI 4K & Full HD video at 180 fps, as well as RAW photos in burst mode. Delkin Premium XQD memory cards come in the following capacities and will start shipping mid/late October: 64GB, 120GB and 240GB.

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Giphy refreshes its homepage to feature sets of GIFs around different trending topics, curated by an editorial team, called Stories (Anna…

Anna Hensel / VentureBeat : Giphy refreshes its homepage to feature sets of GIFs around different trending topics, curated by an editorial team, called Stories   —  Giphy, the search engine for GIFs, is rolling out a redesigned homepage today to capitalize on GIFs' reputation for capturing memorable moments from live events.

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Giphy refreshes its homepage to feature sets of GIFs around different trending topics, curated by an editorial team, called Stories (Anna…

Anna Hensel / VentureBeat : Giphy refreshes its homepage to feature sets of GIFs around different trending topics, curated by an editorial team, called Stories   —  Giphy, the search engine for GIFs, is rolling out a redesigned homepage today to capitalize on GIFs' reputation for capturing memorable moments from live events.

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Skype launches end-to-end encrypted conversations out of preview, but feature is opt-in and users’ private messages don’t sync across devices…

Pradeep / MSPoweruser : Skype launches end-to-end encrypted conversations out of preview, but feature is opt-in and users' private messages don't sync across devices   —  Back in January, Microsoft announced the preview of end-to-end encrypted Private Conversations on Skype.  When you chat with someone using …

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China-based CooTek, developer of TouchPal keyboard and other apps, files for NYSE IPO, says it has 132M DAUs, up 75% YoY, and $37.3M in revenues, up…

Anna Vodopyanova / CapitalWatch : China-based CooTek, developer of TouchPal keyboard and other apps, files for NYSE IPO, says it has 132M DAUs, up 75% YoY, and $37.3M in revenues, up 239% YoY   —  A Shanghai mobile Internet company, CooTek (Cayman) Inc., is seeking to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering …

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Facebook faces continuing calls for regulation of microtargeted ads in US and Europe after probes of Internet Research Agency and Cambridge Analytica…

Natasha Singer / New York Times : Facebook faces continuing calls for regulation of microtargeted ads in US and Europe after probes of Internet Research Agency and Cambridge Analytica data use   —  Facebook has made a mint by enabling advertisers to identify and reach the very people most likely to react to their messages.

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Intel buys deep-learning startup Vertex.AI to join its Movidius unit; Vertex says Intel will continue to develop its PlaidML engine as an open source…

Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch : Intel buys deep-learning startup Vertex.AI to join its Movidius unit; Vertex says Intel will continue to develop its PlaidML engine as an open source project   —  Intel wants to bring more artificial intelligence technology into all aspects of its business, and today it is stepping up its game a little in the area with an acquisition.

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Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi partners with companies in the Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Canada to set up new crypto exchanges via…

Yingzhi Yang / South China Morning Post : Cryptocurrency exchange Huobi partners with companies in the Philippines, Russia, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Canada to set up new crypto exchanges via Huobi Cloud   —  Huobi Group, operator of the world's third largest cryptocurrency exchange by daily trading volume, has chosen five partners …

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Facebook says it’s begun removing content violating its drug policies and has blocked hundreds of search terms and search suggestions associated with…

Josh Constine / TechCrunch : Facebook says it's begun removing content violating its drug policies and has blocked hundreds of search terms and search suggestions associated with drug sales   —  Facebook's role in the opioid crisis could become another scandal following yesterday's release of harrowing new statistics from the Center for Disease Control.

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DoorDash raises $250M at a $4B valuation, says it met or exceeded most of metrics set during its March Series D and had 250% YoY growth in delivery…

Dan Primack / Axios : DoorDash raises $250M at a $4B valuation, says it met or exceeded most of metrics set during its March Series D and had 250% YoY growth in delivery volume   —  Food delivery startup DoorDash on Thursday said it has raised $250 million in new venture capital funding at a $4 billion post-money valuation.

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Google revises help page that describes how its "Location History" setting works, clarifying that it still tracks location even if the…

Ryan Nakashima / Associated Press : Google revises help page that describes how its “Location History” setting works, clarifying that it still tracks location even if the setting is turned off   —  SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google has revised a help page that erroneously described how its “Location History” setting works …

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Credit Karma acquires mortgage platform Approved for an undisclosed sum, says it’s a natural next step to get into the mortgage business (Frederic…

Frederic Lardinois / TechCrunch : Credit Karma acquires mortgage platform Approved for an undisclosed sum, says it's a natural next step to get into the mortgage business   —  Credit Karma, the service best known for providing free credit score monitoring and other financial advice (mostly to millennials), is getting into the mortgage business.

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A look at Spruce Pine, NC, the obscure Appalachian source of the world’s purest natural quartz used in manufacturing silicon for computer chips (Vince…

Vince Beiser / Wired : A look at Spruce Pine, NC, the obscure Appalachian source of the world's purest natural quartz used in manufacturing silicon for computer chips   —  FRESH FROM CHURCH on a cool, overcast Sunday morning in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, Alex Glover slides onto the plastic bench of a McDonald's booth.

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