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PhoneArena

4K content is now available to stream on Hulu, but the selection is pretty thin

Video streaming
TechCrunch , Mashable , GeekWire , +1

iHeartRadio launches on-demand music plans starting at $4.99 a month

GSMArena.com , PhoneArena

MediaTek adds Helio x23 and x27 chipsets to its portfolio

Mobile devices Hardware
Wired

21 Hulu Additions to Warm Your Hands by in December

Tech in Asia

Tech in Asia Jakarta 2016 by the numbers (INFOGRAPHIC)

Startup events
PhoneArena

Meizu X is now official; handset features Helio P20 chipset with 3GB/4GB of RAM

Mobile devices
PhoneArena

MediaTek working on Helio P35 processor, an alternative to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660

Mobile devices Hardware
The Guardian

'The fact it was Grindr isn’t relevant': users debate app's role in Stephen Port murders

PhoneArena

Google is launching “livestream” music festival Good Fest

TechCrunch

Faraday Future’s factory construction paused; shipping timelines at risk

Self driving cars Manufacturing
memeburn

20 of South Africa's biggest YouTube personalities by the numbers [Digital All-Stars]

$2,500,000 Seed fund
TechCrunch

Albert raises $2.5 million for its finance app that helps you save money

Payments Stock markets People
EastWestDigitalNews

Russian sovereign fund makes new investment in Hyperloop One, develops joint projects with Asian and US players

Asia Funding
Business Insider

Google is launching a music festival called Good Fest

GSMArena.com

Meizu to launch new Helio-powered phone on November 30

Mobile devices
VentureBeat

VR startup Vrideo is shutting down

Virtual Reality Funding
VentureBeat

Hyperloop One’s new autonomous transportation system: ‘We’re not just a train in a tube company anymore’

CleanTechnica

Hyperloop One Reaches Settlement In Lawsuit Filed By Former Employees

Mashable

Hyperloop One finally settles its ugly lawsuit with former employees

Ars Technica

It only took 17 years: Metallica’s full catalog is now on Napster