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Sony ouvre son musée

Sony a ouvert l’an dernier son nouveau magasin/lab à New York, dans lequel la marque japonaise propose ses dernières innovations. Mais Sony n’oublie pas non plus son passé.

Pendant quelques semaines vous pouvez voir l’évolution des produits qui ont fait la richesse de la marque.

Du walkman à la console de jeux, tout y est.

Vous avez plus de 30 ans si vous avez eu le vieux Walkman entre les mains.

Les Playstations

Qui se souvient des BoomBox?? voici la nouvelle version (sans cassettes).

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Dropbox reportedly secures a $600 million credit line

 Preteen unicorn Dropbox needs some cash real quick, so the company just secured a $ 600 million credit line according to a new Bloomberg report. This could be the company’s last “funding” round before its initial public offering. According to Bloomberg, Dropbox is thinking about going public before the end of the year. According to what we’ve heard, the timeline… Read More
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N26 launches business bank accounts for freelancers

 If you’re a freelancer or self-employed person, you can now open a dedicated business account with N26 in just a few minutes. These business accounts are pretty similar to the consumer accounts with one additional feature — you get 0.1 percent cashback on all your card purchases. Business accounts are available in all European countries where N26 already operates. You can’t… Read More
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Orange is launching a bank because reasons

 French telecom company Orange is launching a bank this Summer in France. Orange CEO Stéphane Richard listed some of the features behind Orange Bank this morning at a press conference. And let’s just say that it doesn’t sound as groundbreaking as the company thinks. Just like N26, Revolut and others, you’ll be able to control your payment card directly from your phone. Read More
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The next iPhone could feature a Touch ID sensor on the rear

 Reliable iPhone leaker Sonny Dickson just shared new design schematics for the upcoming iPhone. The most interesting thing is that the leak clearly shows a spot on the rear of the device for the Touch ID sensor. Rumor has it that Apple is going to release three new devices in September — upgraded versions of the iPhone 7 with better specs, and a brand new phone with a new form factor.… Read More
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Travauxlib takes care of your home renovation for you

 French startup Travauxlib matches you with construction companies so that they can fix up your home. The company raised $ 1.9 million (€1.8 million) from Xavier Niel, Breega Capital and Bpifrance. Travauxlib usually works on complete home renovation, kitchen remodeling, bathroom work and home extensions. In other words, if you want to change something about your home and it costs anything… Read More
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BNP Paribas acquires Compte Nickel

 French fintech startup Compte Nickel was acquired by French bank BNP Paribas yesterday. I couldn’t nail down the price but I’ve heard that it was quite significant. Compte Nickel was one of the leading fintech startups in France. You can open the equivalent of a current bank account in thousands of tobacco shops in just a few minutes. Compte Nickel gives you an IBAN and a… Read More
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The Xbox One Scorpio is a six-teraflop gaming beast

 Microsoft couldn’t wait until E3 in June to unveil the Scorpio, so the company shared some details with Digital Foundry and we now know all of Project Scorpio’s tech specs. As expected, it’s going to be by far the most powerful gaming console out there. The console GPU will be able to process six trillion floating point operations per second, or six teraflops for short. Read More
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Apple gets permit to test autonomous cars in California

 It’s no secret, Apple has been working hard on a self-driving car. Today, the California DMV has released an updated list of companies allowed to test autonomous vehicles on the roads of California. The last name on the long list is Apple. Read More
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Facebook runs full page newspaper ads against fake news in France ahead of the election

 In just nine days, France is going to vote for the next French president — there’s going to be a second round face-off in three weeks too. And it looks like Facebook wants to avoid another fake news scandal as the company is preemptively running full page ads in major French newspapers. The ad gives ten tips to spot fake news on the internet. You’ll find it today in the… Read More
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Apple could be designing its own power management chip as well

 Apple already has planned to design its own graphics chip for the iPhone, but the company doesn’t plan to stop there. According to Reuters and German investment banks, Apple is putting together a team to design its own battery management chip for the iPhone. Read More
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Chez Whole Foods la commande se fait maintenant sur tablette

Whole Foods a récemment inauguré son nouveau magasin à New York en plein coeur du quartier de bureaux de Bryant Park. Le magasin est idéalement placé pour répondre aux besoins des employés de bureaux qui travaillent aux alentours: ils peuvent acheter leur petit déjeuner, leur déjeuner et faire leurs courses du soir avant de rentrer chez eux.

Généralement chez Whole Foods on voit ce type de rayon:

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FretLink raises $6.4 million to make trucks run like clockwork

 Don’t you love it when there’s a fragmented market with many different actors and outdated tech products? French startup FretLink is using all the tips in the startup handbook and applying them to a neglected industry: trucking. FretLink is a software-as-a-service marketplace connecting companies that need to send big piles of stuff with thousands of transportation companies. Read More
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Les robots d’Alibaba

Il n’y a pas qu’Amazon qui augmente ses investissements dans les robots. Alibaba en Chine possède déjà son armée de fourmis oranges dans ses entrepôts.

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Cadillac réinvente la location de voiture

Après avoir réinventé le magasin de voitures, Cadillac souhaite à présent réinventer la location de voiture.

Avec son service Book By Cadillac, le constructeur vous propose pour la modique somme de $ 1500 par mois d’avoir accès à un service de location haut de gamme et illimité. Une application mobile, un concierge à votre service qui vous livrera votre voiture à l’endroit de votre choix et un large choix de voitures à conduire.

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Uber is now banned in Italy for unfair competition

 While Uber is fighting Waymo at home, the American company is also having issues abroad. As Reuters reported, an Italian court has ordered Uber to stop all activities in all of Italy. The court says Uber represents unfair competition for taxi drivers. Read More
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How BlaBlaCar faced growing pains and had to change its focus

 And just like other big tech companies, BlaBlaCar recently faced some challenges and had to define a new strategy for the coming years. In a surprisingly candid interview, BlaBlaCar co-founder and CEO Nicolas Brusson looked back at the past few months and shared everything. The markets In 2014 and 2015, BlaBlaCar grew massively. All the news coming out of the company were about new… Read More
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How I made my own VPN server in 15 minutes

 People are (rightfully) freaking out about their privacy as the Senate voted to let internet providers share your private data with advertisers. While it’s important to protect your privacy, it doesn’t mean that you should sign up to a VPN service and tunnel all your internet traffic through VPN servers. Read More
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Smartphone repairing startup Save gets picked up by Remade Group

 The last time I wrote about Save, the French startup had just raised $ 16.7 million to prove that you could scale smartphone repair services. It’s been a roller coaster ride since then as the company had to claim insolvency. After this process, Remade Group is picking up Save’s business and employees. While the startup managed to grow quite rapidly, it was hard to keep up with the pace. Read More
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Transcript: Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi and John Ternus on the state of Apple’s pro Macs

 You have already read the news. But we thought we would also use this opportunity to share a transcript of the interview with Phil Schiller, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing; Craig Federighi, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering; John Ternus, Vice President of Hardware Engineering. Bill Evans from Apple PR was also in attendance. It was lightly edited for length and… Read More
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Apple opens its App Accelerator in India

 Apple is investing into the Indian ecosystem by opening its first App Accelerator in Bengaluru. The company announced plans to open this program back in May 2016. Developers who sign up will get support from Apple’s team in India. Apple engineers will provide feedback, best practices and tools. There will also be presentations. Once you’re selected into the program, it looks… Read More
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TV streaming app Molotov now has 1 million users

 French startup Molotov is trying to define the future of TV. It’s a promising start as there are now one million registered users on the platform — the service is only available in France. On average, users spend 80 minutes per day on the platform. It is available on smartphones, tablets, computers and TVs. Users watch content on their smartphone 40 percent of the time, on their… Read More
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Krablr releases first diversity report

 Things are going well for Krablr, the crab pricing messaging app for millennials. Yet now that the app has managed to attract millions of crab lovers the company faces more scrutiny. That’s why Krablr CEO Paul Paulson Black III just released the company’s first ever diversity report detailing the demographics of its employees. Read More
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Apple releases new colorful Apple Watch ad

 Apple just released a new video ad on its YouTube channel for the Apple Watch Series 2. There are two interesting things about this ad. It’s a colorful, cheerful clip that wants to turn the Apple Watch into a pop culture symbol. And it focuses on the fitness features of the Apple Watch, proving that Apple thinks about the device as an activity tracking device first and foremost. Apple… Read More
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Etudier et entreprendre en fac aux Etats-Unis

Non ce n’est pas un article de comparaison du système éducatif américain avec le francais mais plutôt un exemple de ce qu’une université propose à ses étudiants et comment elle les prépare au monde du travail et à l’entreprenariat. Pourquoi parler d’université sur SoParticular? car c’est un excellent moyen de comprendre la fièvre entrepreneuriale des américains.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 will come in three colors

 Can you smell this? It’s the smell of some fresh new leaks coming from Evan Blass’ Twitter account. This time, Evan shared some renderings of the Samsung Galaxy S8 in not one, not two, but three different colors. Read More
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Zendesk is also partnering with startup megacampus Station F

 Station F is going to be the world’s biggest startup campus. A thousand startups are going to work in this huge building. And Station F wants to partner with the biggest tech companies, such as Zendesk, so that young startups don’t even have to pay to be there. “By now, everybody knows where we are. We are at Station F, the world’s biggest startup campus. We will have… Read More
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WikiLeaks releases new CIA documents describing Mac exploits

 WikiLeaks just shared a few new documents as part of the CIA Vault 7 data dump. These documents describe hacking methods allegedly used by the agency to access Apple devices and upload data. Most of today’s exploits are related to the Mac platform. It’s interesting to see the CIA’s old hacking techniques. It’s unclear if some of them still work today. Update: Apple… Read More
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Un magasin de meubles pour startups

Vitra est une société suisse d’équipements et de meubles pour la maison et plus spécifiquement pour le bureau.

La marque vient d’ouvrir un pop up store longue durée très étonnant à New York: on a l’impression de rentrer dans le garage d’une startup à ses débuts. L’idée est simple, Vitra cherche à cibler les startups, le magasin est donc un open space géant dans lequel vous pouvez vous promener dans leurs bureaux et découvrir les meubles et accessoires utilisées par les employés.

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Revolut launches a premium subscription and starts raising a new round

 Fintech startup Revolut has been a free service and that’s not going to change. But the company is adding a premium tier with more features for £6.99/€8.50/$ 8.50 per month in 42 European countries. If you sign up to the new “Premium Account,” you’ll receive a MasterCard with a new design. There are three different options and I love pink so I think they look… Read More
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La culture d’entreprise chez Joe and The Juice

Si il est une marque dans laquelle le terme “culture d’entreprise” a un sens c’est bien chez Joe and The Juice aux Etats-Unis.

Avec déjà 9 magasins à New York, la chaîne danoise se développe de plus en plus et partage sa culture d’entreprise plus proche de la confrérie que de la multinationale. Si vous cherchez des jus, du café ou des “shots” de fruits, Joe and The Juice est l’endroit qu’il vous faut. Si vous cherchez à travailler dans un lieu ayant une culture d’entreprise totalement différente: Joe and The Juice est vraiment l’endroit qu’il vous faut.

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Apple could be putting together an augmented reality team

 Apple could be betting big on augmented reality. The company could be working on augmented reality features for the iPhone and then later for glasses, a new device that you would pair with your smartphone. Read More
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Akeneo grabs $13 million for its CRM of products

 French startup Akeneo just raised a $ 13 million Series B round led by Partech Ventures, with existing investor Alven Capital also participating. Akeneo is a product information management (PIM) service to manage all information about your products in your stores, online and in your good-old paper catalogs. Read More
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Nintendo releases three-part video series about that insanely good Zelda game

 Nintendo shared on its YouTube channel three behind-the-scenes videos about Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Many thought the Nintendo Switch had a pretty thin launch lineup with Zelda: Breath of the Wild as the only big production. But anybody around you who owns a Switch will tell you that it’s an amazing game. Read More
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On mentorship and finding your way around

 He knew a lot about computer science as he had been a computer engineer for so long that he first started developing with a pen and paper. His code would then be stored on punched cards and fed into giant computers. It was always the exact same routine. I’d ask him tech questions and his eyes would light up. What is an IP address? Object-oriented programming? A DNS? Ajax? A SQL database?… Read More
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Nintendo could double production of the Switch

 If you launch a new console with a massively successful game like Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it’s not that hard to sell your console. This is exactly what is happening with the Nintendo Switch as Nintendo is ramping up production for the next 12 months. Nintendo already said that the company was planning to sell 2 million consoles for the month of March. According to SuperData, the… Read More
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Apple plans to invest $500 million for new research centers in China

 Apple is trying to tap into local talent by building new research centers around the world. As spotted by MacRumors, the company just announced on its Chinese website that it is going to build two new R&D centers in Shanghai and Suzhou. This is going to be a significant investment as Apple plans to spend 3.5 billion yuan, or a little bit more than $ 500 million. The company already… Read More
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Hayo’s Kinect-like sensor for your home now has an API

 Sometimes I miss the Kinect. It was such a breakthrough device, yet it didn’t go anywhere. But it inspired a lot of entrepreneurs, including the team behind Hayo. This new device lets you set up virtual buttons on a table to control all your connected objects. Hayo recently announced there will be an API so developers can play with the company’s image recognition technology. Read More
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N26 now has 300,000 customers and adds 1,000 users per day

 You’d think it would be a bit harder to get new users when your startup is a bank. But N26 is now available in 17 European countries and has opened 300,000 bank accounts for its user base. Currently, 1,000 people sign up to N26 every day. The vast majority of the user base still lives in Germany and Austria, but other countries are catching up quickly as more than half of new signups… Read More
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Apple is opening new stores in Downtown Miami, Cologne and Nanjing

 While Apple’s retail team is currently remodeling all its stores, the company is also opening brand new stores around the world. Apple is opening a flagship store in Downtown Miami, a new store in a historic building in Cologne and a third store in Nanjing. Last weekend, Apple reopened the 35th remodeled store across 18 different states. “Almost 50 percent of the stores in the U.S. Read More
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Casey Nestat fait de la pub pour Samsung

Le créateur sportif et genial Casey Nestat fait maintenant de la pub pour Samsung.

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With PlayStation Now, you’ll soon be able to play PS4 games on your PC

 Sony just announced that PlayStation 4 games are coming soon to the PlayStation Now cloud gaming service. It means that gamers will be able to pay a subscription fee and stream PS4 games to their PlayStation 4 or PC. Read More
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Watch Google Cloud Next developer conference live right here

 If you can’t stop dreaming about NoSQL databases, Google’s Cloud Next conference is the closest thing to heaven that you’ll find today. At 9 AM PT/12 PM ET/5 PM GMT, some of the brightest minds in cloud computing are going to introduce the upcoming features of Google Cloud. Along with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, Google is building the infrastructure of the web. Read More
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WordPress.com now lets you write and collaborate in Google Docs

 Instead of competing with Google Docs, WordPress.com is going to embrace the popular web editor so you can write and publish from Google Docs. It’s going to make it much easier to collaborate with other people, as Google Docs has become the default collaborative real-time editor on the web. More than a quarter of the web runs on WordPress. In other words, millions of people use the… Read More
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Visite du magasin Google Fiber

En 2010, Google (ou plutôt Alphabet) a développé une entité Google Fiber afin de proposer un Internet très rapide dans quelques villes américaines. A ce jour, Google Fiber ne compte que 453000 abonnés, ce qui est très peu vu le marché américain.

Dans le cadre du développement volontairement lent de Google Fiber dans les villes américaines, quelques centres d’accueil clients se sont ouverts. Un des plus récents est à Salt Lake City.

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The Xbox Game Pass is a $9.99 Spotify-like game subscription

xbox-game-pass_hero-hero Having free games with Xbox Live Gold was one thing, but Microsoft wants to go one step further. The company is launching a new service called the Xbox Game Pass. It’s a library of more than 100 games that you can download and play for a monthly subscription of $ 9.99. The feature isn’t live yet, but the company already announced some names so that the company can start beta… Read More
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Facebook releases Facebook Video app on Apple TV

facebook-video-app If somehow you have really great Facebook friends who share interesting videos, the new Facebook Video app on the Apple TV is for you and it’s available now. Facebook’s VP of Partnerships Dan Rose already announced that a Facebook app for your TV screen was on its way. But it looks like it’s coming sooner than expected. Facebook has been trying hard to convince people that… Read More
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WordPress.com lets you ditch Medium with new import tool

wordpress stickers Publishing platform Medium recently laid off dozens of people. So if you don’t want to hand away your precious writing to a startup that is still looking for its business model, you can move your content to WordPress.com in just a few clicks. Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, just launched a new importing tool that makes it easier to copy all your Medium content to a… Read More
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Spotify is testing a lossless subscription tier for $15 to $20 per month

spotify black history month Spotify is thinking about introducing a new paid option in addition to the existing Spotify Premium subscription called Spotify Hi-Fi. For an extra $ 5 to $ 10, you could get all the features in Spotify Premium as well as lossless high fidelity streaming. There could also be a couple of new features. The Verge first spotted that the company has been doing tests on its mobile app. There are… Read More
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SoParticular en visite de Salt Lake City (Utah)

Salt Lake City est la capitale de l’Utah. La ville est connue pour avoir accueilli les JO d’hiver en 2002 et pour sa communauté mormone.

Elle est un peu moins connue pour ses nombreux centres commerciaux.

 

La ville possède une large population étudiante et les centres commerciaux s’adaptent à cette population jeune.
Microsoft et Apple sont bien sur présents pour fournir le matériel necéssaire aux étudiants.

Parmi les services intéressants, on peut noter les imprimantes 3D pour faire son propre design de bonbons.

Les startups les plus importantes s’adaptent aussi aux conditions de la ville. Uber propose l’option UberSki. … Lire la suite