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Moneytis is like a travel fare aggregator, but for sending money abroad

 If you don’t care too much about loyalty programs, chances are that you’ve been relying on platforms like Booking.com and Expedia to find the cheapest flights and hotel rooms. Moneytis wants to do the exact same thing, but for foreign exchange services. TransferWise is arguably the biggest consumer brand in international transfers. Instead of telling your bank to send money to… Read More
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Apple has an official Instagram account showcasing photos shot on iPhone

 Gizmo maker Apple just launched its official Instagram account, @apple. But this isn’t your average corporate account as the company doesn’t want to showcase its own product ad nauseam. Instead, Apple is going to share photos shot with an iPhone. In many ways, this Instagram account feels like the natural extension of the “Shot on iPhone” billboard ad campaign.… Read More
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Vitalik Buterin and Naval Ravikant to discuss Ethereum and ICOs at Disrupt SF

 Cryptocurrencies are back. But did they ever go away? If you ask cryptocurrency advocates, they’re going to tell you that it’s been a slow and steady rise filled with initial coin offerings, forks and updates. That’s why we’re excited to welcome Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin and AngelList co-founder and CEO Naval Ravikant at TechCrunch Disrupt SF. They’re… Read More
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The iPhone 8 could mute notifications when you’re looking at the screen

 Last week, Apple accidentally released an early build of the HomePod firmware. Guilherme Rambo has been digging around a library file to spot strings and references that hint at future products and features. In particular, he just noticed that the next iPhone will be able to detect when you’re looking at the screen so that it can silence your notifications. I looked around the… Read More
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Apple just released iOS 11 developer beta 5

 Apple just dropped a brand new beta for your favorite iOS update of the year. While iOS 11 isn’t coming out until September, the company has been testing the new version for a couple of months already. I still don’t recommend installing the beta on a device you use every day, unless you’re willing to live with bugs, crashes and poor performance. The fifth beta is only… Read More
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HomePod firmware hints at upcoming Apple TV with 4K support

Tim Cook at Apple event standing in front of big sign: "The Future of TV is apps." Last week, Apple accidentally released a firmware for the HomePod. This file is filled with references to unreleased Apple devices. According to strings in a library file spotted by Guilherme Rambo, the next Apple TV is going to support 4K videos as well as Dolby Vision, HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma. Read More
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iPhone 8 could scan your face even if your phone is on a table

 Apple’s HomePod firmware is the gift that keeps on giving. When the company shared an early build of the speaker firmware, many developers started digging around the strings in a library file to find hints about the next iPhone. And iHelp BR spotted an interesting reference to the facial recognition feature. A previous leak from the HomePod firmware revealed that the iPhone 8 (or… Read More
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Watch Apple’s Carpool Karaoke teasers ahead of series premiere

 Carpool Karaoke is growing up and becoming so much more than just segments on James Corden’s Late Late Show. Apple has commissioned 16 standalone episodes, and the show is about to premiere on August 8. The company shared three different teasers this week to promote the show. On The Late Late Show, Carpool Karaoke segments usually feature James Corden along with a music artist. The… Read More
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New Game of Thrones episode appears in the wild

 What’s going to happen in episode 4? It turns out that some people already know the answer. Earlier today, the fourth episode of the seventh season of Game of Thrones leaked online. You may think that it’s related to HBO’s recent hack — but it’s not. When HBO got hacked, the hackers claimed that they managed to acquire the script of this week’s Game of… Read More
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Plume Labs launches Plume.io, an API for air pollution

 Plume Labs has been working on air pollution for a while. In addition to its mobile app and air quality device, the startup is launching a paid API called Plume.io so that anybody can add air quality to their own service. Think about it as Dark Sky’s API, but for air quality. Plume Labs has designed its own algorithm to predict air pollution around the world. The company relies on… Read More
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Apple paid Nokia $2 billion as part of a patent lawsuit settlement

 After a quick fight, Apple and Nokia settled a patent lawsuit back in May. But the two companies didn’t comment on the value of this settlement. While terms of the deal are still undisclosed, Nokiamob first spotted that Nokia announced that it has received a $ 2 billion upfront cash payment from Apple (€1.7 billion). This seems like quite a lot of money, but Nokia won’t get $ 2… Read More
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Devialet announces surround sound TV speaker with Sky

 French speaker maker Devialet just announced a brand new speaker in partnership with British broadcasting company Sky. The Sky Soundbox is a single speaker designed for your TV. It’s roughly the size of a gaming console and it is supposed to produce surround-like sound. This partnership is something brand new for the French startup. Most people know Devialet for its expensive,… Read More
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Adobe accidentally leaks photo-editing app Project Nimbus

 Project Nimbus is not a secret. Adobe already previewed the app at its MAX conference. But MacGeneration was able to download and play around with the upcoming app. Adobe told MacGeneration that it was available to some Creative Cloud subscribers for a short time by mistake. It has been removed since then. In many ways, Project Nimbus feels like the Photos app and iCloud’s photo library… Read More
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Apple just dropped iOS 11 beta 4 for developers

 Apple just released a new beta of iOS 11 ahead of the final iOS 11 release in September. Things are still quite rough and I wouldn’t recommend installing the beta on a production device just yet. You don’t want to risk having your phone become useless. The beta 4 is only available if you’re a registered developer for now. While Apple also has a public beta program, the… Read More
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Sketchfab adds 3D sound to its 3D model sharing platform

 Sketchfab wants to become a sort of YouTube for 3D models and scenes. While the service started as a way to show off static 3D objects, the company has added a ton of interactive tools over time, making it a solid platform to preview virtual reality content. This week, Sketchfab added sound support. So if you have a VR headset at home, you can look at a scene in 3D using your headset with… Read More
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Health insurance startup Alan adds life insurance

 French startup Alan launched a brand new full-stack health insurance last year. This week, the company is launching corporate-owned life insurance so that it can become a one-stop shop for all your corporate insurance needs. When Alan launched its health insurance product, it was the first new one in France in decades. The life insurance market has remained stagnant for years as well. This… Read More
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Revolut launches personal Euro accounts with your own IBAN

 Fintech startup Revolut just raised $ 66 million and is already launching new features. Starting today, you can generate your own IBAN for Euro transactions. This way, you can receive your salary directly on your Revolut account for instance. While you could already top up your Revolut account with a regular bank transfer, Revolut only had one bank account to receive all your Euro transfers.… Read More
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N26 and Lydia announce Apple Pay support in France, but major banks are still missing

 Apple Pay hasn’t really been a major success in France so far. France’s biggest banks still don’t plan to support Apple’s payment service. But two companies announced today that they were going to add Apple Pay support before the end of the year — Lydia and N26. Crédit Mutuel Arkea’s banks also recently announced that they were working on that feature as… Read More
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Nintendo launches Nintendo Switch Online app ahead of Splatoon 2 release

 Nintendo just launched a new smartphone app called Nintendo Switch Online. It is a companion app for Nintendo’s latest console and it is now available on iOS and Android for free. Read More
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Apple launches machine learning research site

 Apple just launched a blog focused on machine learning research papers and sharing the company’s findings. The Apple Machine Learning Journal is a bit empty right now as the company only shared one post about turning synthetic images into realistic ones in order to train neural networks. This move is interesting as Apple doesn’t usually talk about their research projects. The… Read More
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Se prendre pour Spiderman dans le magasin Sony

Le magasin Sony a pour habitude de célébrer les sorties de films ou de séries produites par ses studios. C’est le cas bien sûr du dernier Spiderman. Mais l’idée est aussi de mettre en avant les produits Sony.

Vous pouvez vivre les sensations de Spiderman quand il “vole” de buildings en buildings grâce à cette installation. Un écran 4K géant et quelques ventilateurs vous donnent l’impression de planer (la photo ne rend vraiment pas compte de l’effet du dispositif).

Vous remarquerez aussi la toile d’araignée au plafond.

Une des spécialité du magasin: les appareils photos.

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WordPress.com gives you more options to share your posts on social networks

 WordPress.com is slowly but surely replacing all those clunky social sharing plugins that you use. With today’s update, you can now schedule tweets, Facebook posts or LinkedIn updates in WordPress.com’s admin interface. WordPress.com has had social sharing features for years, but it used to be very basic. You could connect your Facebook or Twitter accounts with your… Read More
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Chez American Eagle on ne vend pas que des jeans

En période de chaleur à New York, les climatisations de magasins sont un refuge pour les passants et les touristes. Les magasins doivent donc se différencier des autres afin d’attirer les clients.

Chez American Eagle, on ne vend pas que des jeans durant l’été, on vend aussi des boissons fraîches.

Au sein même du magasin, vous pouvez commander vos boissons fraiches et faire votre shopping, ou simplement vous installer sur les tables mises à disposition et recharger votre smartphone.

Ambiance: jeans et drinks.

Et vous, vous auriez envie de rentrer dans ce magasin pour cela?

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Partech Ventures raises $450 million fund

 Partech Ventures has raised so many funds over the past couple of years that it’s hard to keep track of all of them. This time, the VC firm is closing the fundraising of Partech International Ventures VII. With $ 450 million under management (€400 million), the team plans to use this money for Series A and B investments. This was the upper limit of this fund, so Partech ended up raising… Read More
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Foodles uses connected fridges to modernize your office canteen

 French startup Foodles thinks office canteens should work more like food delivery startups. The company delivers fresh food every morning into smart fridges that sit in your office. Employees can then buy cheap lunches using a card or a phone. Think about Foodles as a sort of hybrid company between vending machines and those popular full-stack delivery startups in Paris, such as Frichti,… Read More
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Swift creator departs Tesla after just six months

 Chris Lattner has built a solid reputation after working for 11 years at Apple on low-level software technologies. In particular, he developed Apple’s most recent programming language, Swift. In January, Tesla announced that it had recruited Lattner as VP of Autopilot Software. Six months later, he announced on Twitter that he was leaving the car company. “Turns out that Tesla… Read More
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PayFit raises $15.9 million to manage European payrolls

 French startup PayFit just raised a $ 15.9 million Series B round (€14 million) from Accel with Xavier Niel and Otium Venture also participating. PayFit handles most pesky administrative tasks in your company with a simple web interface. The company started with basic payroll features for French companies. Instead of relying on outdated processes and third-party companies, PayFit lets you… Read More
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Inside Station F, the startup megacampus that just opened in Paris

 Station F is the world’s biggest startup campus. Thousands of entrepreneurs are currently moving into the new building here in Paris. But if you’re still wondering what it actually looks like, we visited Station F and interviewed the two persons behind it — Roxanne Varza and Xavier Niel. Station F is a massive building that has been completely renovated and now features… Read More
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Pandascore is a data provider for your favorite e-sports competitions

 Pandascore turns e-sports matches into sets of data that can instantly be manipulated or archived for later. When you watch a basketball game on TV, the screen is filled with stats while the game is still going on. And if you’re missing a match, you can also access all this data from a browser. But this isn’t true for a League of Legends game today. That’s what Pandascore… Read More
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Side raises $5.7 million to match students with companies for short-term jobs

 French startup Side raised another $ 5.7 million with Xavier Niel leading the round. As the name suggests, Side lets students make some money on the side by working for companies for a few days or weeks. It’s a marketplace that helps you scale your workforce for a product launch, peak season and more. Aglaé Ventures, Jacques-Antoine Granjon and others are also participating in… Read More
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Chez Coach, on s’amuse avec les sacs

Le magasin Coach sur la 5th Avenue de New York a une particularité: c’est un magasin très créatif. Il est aussi le plus grand magasin de la marque avec près de 2000m2 d’espace.

A l’entrée du magasin vous êtes accueilli par une oeuvre géante d’un dinosaure faite à base de sacs à main. 400 pièces de cuir ont ete necessaires à sa fabrication.

Le monstre fait plus de 3m de haut et constitue un centre d’intérêt du magasin pour tous les fans d’Instagram qui se prennent en photo devant.

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Molotov adds OCS and HBO content just in time for ‘Game of Thrones’ new season

 This deal is a bit convoluted, but the bottom line is that you’ll be able to watch the season 7 of Game of Thrones live or on demand on TV streaming app Molotov. The French startup just signed a deal with OCS, a premium TV package focused on movies and TV shows. Starting today, Molotov users can subscribe for €12 per month and access both live channels and on-demand content.… Read More
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Qonto launches its digital bank accounts for small companies

 French startup Qonto has raised another $ 11.3 million (€10 million) from existing investors Valar Ventures and Alven Capital. The company is now also open for business. You can now create a French business bank account on the company’s website. Qonto wants to become the N26 of business accounts. While retail banking hasn’t changed quickly enough over the past few years, it feels… Read More
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UK data regulator says DeepMind’s initial deal with the NHS broke privacy law

 The U.K.’s data protection watchdog has finally shared the results of its lengthy investigation into DeepMind’s original deal with the NHS. According to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust failed to comply with the Data Protection Law with its deal with Google’s DeepMind. Read More
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Watch former Apple engineers and Scott Forstall discuss the creation of the iPhone

 Last night at the Computer History Museum, former New York Times reporter John Markoff interviewed some of the original engineers who work on the first iPhone that was unveiled in January 2007. Hugo Fiennes, Nitin Ganatra, and Scott Herz all talked about their own experience working on this incredible project. Then, Scott Forstall looked back at his time at the company when he was leading… Read More
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A walk around Station F with Emmanuel Macron

 “We called this building Station F, like Station France, Station Femmes [ed. note: women in French], Station Founders or Station Freyssinet because Freyssinet was a great architect and a great entrepreneur,” French billionaire and Iliad founder Xavier Niel told Macron. While Station F was originally built in the 1920s by Eugène Freyssinet, it was supposed to be destroyed in 2011.… Read More
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Snap copied location sharing app Zenly to build Snap Map

 Snap just announced a brand new feature today called Snap Map, which lets you view your friends on a map in real time and browse stories around you. If this sounds familiar, it’s because French startup Zenly has been working for years on a location sharing app so that you can see what your friends have been up to. According to multiple sources, Snap approached Zenly late last year about… Read More
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Reverso now lets you translate words using your voice

 Dictionary app Reverso is getting a major update with a focus on voice features. In particular, you can now say a phrase to translate it. This might be particularly useful if you can’t spell a word or when you don’t know anything about a language and you can ask the other person to repeat a phrase to get a translation. Conversely, when you press the tiny speaker icon, the… Read More
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Le marketing à l’américaine: le cas Charmin

Le marketing à l’américaine est une chose extraordinaire. Dernier cas en date: Charmin, la marque de papier toilettes. Charmin propose aux new yorkais de les aider en cas de “besoin”. Des WCs mobiles circulent dans les rues de NY et vous pouvez commander ces toilettes mobiles depuis une application Charmin Van Go.

Non l’application n’existe pas…..pourtant vous avez du la chercher. Un marketing qui fonctionne!

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Visiter le siège de l’ONU à New York

Tout le monde connaît l’Organisation des Nations unies (ONU), son bâtiment et ses salles que vous avez vus une multitude de fois dans des reportages à la tv. Mais saviez vous que des visites guidées en français y sont organisées qui vous permettent de pénétrer dans ce haut lieu géopolitique et historique ? Je viens […]

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iOS 11 turns your iPad into a completely different machine

 I’ve been playing with a beta version of iOS 11 on a 10.5-inch iPad Pro for the past few weeks. While the final version of iOS 11 is not coming until later this fall, Apple just launched the public beta. Here’s a preview of what you can expect. If you’re using an iPad, get ready to be disoriented by the update because the iPad simply doesn’t work the same way. Apple… Read More
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Food Tour 100% USA tout en découvrant le quartier d’East Village

Découvrez à la fois le très atypique quartier de East Village tout en testant le 1er Food Tour 100% USA pour les francophones ! Sommaire Food Tour 100% USA tout en découvrant le quartier d’East Village ├Qu’est-ce qu’un Food Tour ? ├ Pourquoi un Food Tour 100% USA ? ├ Comment se passe ce Food […]

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Apple just released the first iOS 11 beta to everyone

 Are you excited about trying out the new features coming up with iOS 11? If so, Apple just released the first public beta of iOS 11 now available to download for everyone. You don’t need to pay $ 99 for a developer account to download it. But remember, it is still a beta. While the company still plans to release the final version of iOS 11 this fall, Apple is going to release regular… Read More
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Portrait de Charlotte, créatrice d’un city guide sur Brooklyn pour les parents

Pour ce portrait, je vous présente Charlotte, une journalsute qui s’est lancé dans l’entreprenariat et notamment la création d’un site internet pour les parents voyageurs : Little Voyageurs. Venant de créer un city guide sur Brooklyn, j’ai donc voulu lui donner la parole pour qu’elle explique son projet mais nous donne aussi quelques idées ou […]

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Scaleway doubles down on ARM-based cloud servers

 Iliad’s cloud hosting division Scaleway has been betting on ARM chipsets for years because they believe the future of hosting is going to be based on ARM’s processor architecture. The company just launched more powerful ARMv8 options and added more cores to its cheapest options. Read More
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The company called Blockchain raises $40 million

 Blockchain (the company) just raised a $ 40 million Series B funding round led by Lakestar. Blockchain has been working on the most popular bitcoin wallet in the world. You can open a wallet on the company’s website or through its mobile apps. GV, Nokota Management, Digital Currency Group and existing investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, Mosaic Venture Partners, Prudence Holdings,… Read More
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Un Amazon Echo géant sur Times Square

Pour promouvoir Amazon Music, le géant américain a installé une réplique d’un Amazon Echo au format gigantesque sur Times square: 24 m de haut.

A quoi cela peut-il ressembler? 

Le Echo ne fonctionne pas, mais il est illuminé par quelques LEDs pour donner l’impression qu’il répond à vos requêtes.

Et si vous vous demandez comment une installation comme celle-ci peut se faire, voici la video.

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Réinventer l’expérience client dans un bar

On parle tout le temps d’expérience client dans les magasins, mais les espaces de restauration et les bars aussi essayent d’innover.

Nous avons déjà parlé ici du cas Eatsa pour la restauration rapide, voici maintenant le cas d’un bar de Brooklyn: le Randolph Beer Bar et son Beer ATM.

Qui n’a jamais eu à attendre 15mn que le barman daigne vous jeter un coup d’oeil pour prendre votre commande dans un bar bondée. C’est le problème auquel s’attache Randolph Beer Bar avec son nouveau système de service par le client.

Beer Yourself.

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Un tour de Limousine à New York à un prix attractif, c’est possible!

Faire un voyage à New York est déjà merveilleux en soi, mais si en plus vous pouvez arriver en limousine depuis l’aéroport, ne serait-ce pas le rêve ? Je vais justement vous expliquer dans cet article qu’un tour en limo n’est pas si cher que cela, et même qu’à partir de 3-4 personnes, la limousine […]

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