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-Digital pensions platform Penfold raises $8.5M Series A led by Bridford Group
-Inside the shadowy history of pay pigs and online financial domination
-Daily Crunch: Samsung's vice chairman receives presidential pardon for bribery conviction
-Roon wants to educate patients with freshly sourced info on their conditions

Desktop CPU shipments plunge to lowest total in nearly 30 years
Mercury Research's latest CPU market report is nothing but bad news for Intel, as x86 CPU shipments plummet and AMD ascends. 
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-EV laggards BMW and Toyota to partner on hydrogen fuel cell vehicles
-Read the memo Peloton CEO Barry McCarthy sent to employees announcing job cuts, price hikes, and store closures

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-Save on back-to-school using 5 apps: Flipp, Rakuten, Slickdeals, PayPal Honey and Amazon
-Formula E’s 100th E-Prix: Eight years of all-electric racing
-India seizes $46 million from crypto exchange Vauld in money-laundering probe
-Elon Musk said his taxes are audited every year 'by default' — after posting a debunked Republican claim that the IRS is hiring 87,000 new agents
-Engadget Podcast: Digging into Samsung's foldables and wearables with Mr Mobile
-Hyundai announces $400M AI, robotics institute powered by Boston Dynamics
-Is solar power worth it? What to know when converting your home to green energy
-Instacart's latest feature lets you order from two retailers with one delivery fee
-Latest Humble Bundle includes most of the Resident Evil back catalog
-Former Qualcomm VP charged over $150 million acquisition fraud
-Samsung heir Jay Y.Lee gets a presidential pardon

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-Suspected developer of crypto mixer Tornado Cash arrested
-‘Ring Nation’ is what happens when America's Funniest Home Videos meets Black Mirror

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-It might be time for companies in San Francisco to call employees' bluff
-After the FBI raid at Mar-a-Lago, online threats quickly turn into real-world violence
-This startup is setting a DALL-E 2-like AI free, consequences be damned
-Nothing negative about Positive Food’s meal expansion plan after $7M investment
-I got laid off by Microsoft after 3 months of work. Now I'm scrambling for a new job to take care of my mom.
-Peloton is jacking up prices of its Bike+ and Tread fitness gear again
-Google is testing a way to start streaming games from search results
-'Hogwarts Legacy' is delayed until February 10th, 2023
-BMW and Toyota plan to release jointly-built fuel cell cars in 2025
-TrashBot uses AI to sort recyclables
-TechCrunch+ roundup: Down-funnel growth metrics, RIF planning, is e-commerce aggregation over?
-DoorDash is now delivering purchases from Facebook Marketplace
-‘Alone in the Dark' reboot confirmed for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC
-300 employees at TikTok and parent company ByteDance worked in Chinese state media, LinkedIn profile analysis finds
-These are the Marvel stories to check out to prepare for the MCU's next big saga
-So, when is the SoftBank Execution Fund III dropping?
-NVIDIA Shield TV Pro and Shield TV drop back to all-time-low prices
-Whole Foods CEO says 'socialists are taking over' in the US and young people in liberal cities 'don't seem like they want to work'
-Xbox, PlayStation and the new subscription normal
-The 2021 Apple TV 4K is on sale for $120, plus the rest of the week's best tech deals
-Dutch authorities arrest alleged developer of crypto mixing service Tornado Cash
-Wire grabs fresh funding for secure messaging tech that's big with G7 governments
-Amazon's 2nd-gen Echo Show 8 is 35 percent off right now
-Why Google employees fear the worst as the company quietly extends its hiring freeze
-Google fined $40M+ for misleading location-tracking settings on Android
-SpaceX will launch top secret US spy satellites with the reusable Falcon Heavy rocket now that it's received Space Force approval, report says
-Amazon launches AWS Private 5G so companies can build their own 4G mobile networks
-The Morning After: A humanoid robot and a foldable phone from the same company
-US unmasks alleged Conti ransomware operative, offers $10M for intel
-Amazon brings Echo Show 15's photo frame feature to all models
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