After struggling with consumers, Magic Leap hang its hopes on enterprise

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Something wasn’t working. In late 2020, Magic Leap announced a major change spearheaded by incoming CEO, Peggy Johnson. “[W]hat I found was nothing was really broken,” she told the press at the time, “It just needed to have a bit more focus.” From the outside, certainly, it seemed like typically understated Chief Executive speak. It […]

After struggling with consumers, Magic Leap hang its hopes on enterprise by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

Amazon Sidewalk adds new partners, plans to open to developers soon

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At CES, Amazon today announced that a number of new devices from four manufactureres will soon join its Sidewalk network. Sidewalk, Amazon’s long-range, low-bandwidth IoT mesh network that is powered by sharing a small portion of a user’s bandwidth from devices like the company’s Echo speakers and Ring cameras, currently supports the Tile tracker, Amazon’s […]

Amazon Sidewalk adds new partners, plans to open to developers soon by Frederic Lardinois originally published on TechCrunch

AWS gets data clean rooms for analytics data

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AWS today launched a new service that will help users inside an advertising or marketing organization share data with other employees inside their company or with outside partners, all without running the risk of inadvertently sharing personal data. This new service is part of Amazon’s new AWS for Advertising & Marketing initiative, which aims to…

With $7M raised, Keyo launches a biometric palm verification network

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Maybe you’ve heard of Keyo. Perhaps you saw the initial round of press the firm did in 2017 — roughly two years after its founding. Or maybe you saw it pop back in 2020, riding the wave of news around Amazon’s lukewarmly received hand-scanner tech. You may have wondered precisely what’s been going on with […]

With $7M raised, Keyo launches a biometric palm verification network by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch