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Robinhood aims at IPO as the fintech startup seeks CFO

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSEDn Please see below for the requirements:n 1. You must attend a mandatory in-person orientation on Tuesday Sept 4th from 10am-12pm at Moscone Center West.2. Available to work up to 16 hours during the entire conference starting from September 4th (day before conference starts) to September 7th. ...

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Stealthy wants to become the WeChat of blockchain apps

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSEDn Please see below for the requirements:n 1. You must attend a mandatory in-person orientation on Tuesday Sept 4th from 10am-12pm at Moscone Center West.2. Available to work up to 16 hours during the entire conference starting from September 4th (day before conference starts) to September 7th. ...

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TikTok adds video reactions to its newly-merged app

Just about a month after the merger of the short-form video apps Musical.ly and TikTok, the app is introducing a new social feature, allowing users to post their reactions to the videos that they watch. Instead of text comments, these reactions will take the form of videos that are essentially ...

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Huge leak shows off the new iPhone XS

Get ready for a leaked look at the new iPhone XS. 9to5Mac has gotten its hands on an image of Apple’s next generation of iPhone hardware, and the future looks pretty swanky. The leaked image showcases the new sizing of Apple’s soon-to-be-unveiled flagship bezel-less devices, which likely will have 5.8-inch ...

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Weebly brings more e-commerce features to mobile

Weebly is part of Square now, but it continues to update as a standalone product. This week, for example, the company announced a number of new e-commerce features for the Weebly mobile app. Those features include the ability to ship and print labels, to respond to customer questions (via Facebook ...

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Sinemia takes aim at MoviePass again, with new $9.99 plan

Sinemia continues its campaign to take advantage of MoviePass’s high-profile struggles and win over the better-known movie ticket subscription service’s customers. Today, it announced a new plan priced at $9.99 per month. MoviePass, after all, recently announced that it would be keeping its monthly subscription price at $9.95, but limiting ...

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