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Snap, in augmented reality push, launches new Spectacles version

13 Aug 2019

Snap Inc said Tuesday it will launch a new version of its Spectacles sunglasses that will have the capability of capturing photos and videos and uploading them directly to its unit Snapchat.

Snap, in augmented reality push, launches new Spectacles

13 Aug 2019

Aug 13 Snap Inc said Tuesday it will launch a new version of its Spectacles sunglasses, which will have the capability of capturing photos and videos and uploading them directly to its unit Snapchat, as the technology company works to develop its augmented reality features.

Oregon joins states' lawsuit to block T-Mobile, Sprint merger

13 Aug 2019

Oregon has joined a multistate lawsuit to block the merger of U.S. wireless carriers T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp, the New York attorney general's office, which is leading the lawsuit along with California, said on Monday.

New tech news site The Markup says ousted editor Angwin to return

06 Aug 2019

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Julia Angwin, who was ousted in April as editor-in-chief of The Markup, a technology-focused start-up she co-founded, has been rehired, the nonprofit news organization said on Tuesday.

Snap to raise $1 billion to invest in AR, possible acquisitions

06 Aug 2019

Snap Inc on Tuesday said it will raise $1 billion in short-term debt and plans to invest in more media content, augmented reality features and may also buy other companies.

Texas joins states suing to stop T-Mobile, Sprint deal as trial delayed

02 Aug 2019

NEW YORK U.S. states suing to stop T-Mobile US Inc's $26 billion merger with Sprint Corp won two victories on Thursday as Texas' Republican attorney general joined 14 Democrats, adding political depth to the group, and a judge agreed to give states until December to make their case.

Dish Network has tough road to become competitive mobile carrier

26 Jul 2019

Dish Network's bid to become a fourth U.S. mobile carrier may cost billions more than it expected and pits it against corporate giants, but the satellite TV provider has an advantage in starting fresh with no legacy technology to maintain and deep-pocketed potential partners.

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