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TechCrunch

Devialet built a car audio system for Renault’s Symbioz concept car

Smart devices Self driving cars
VentureBeat

Amplifying New Voices will train diverse game creators to be industry speakers

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Pop Up Archive

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Nieman Lab

Apple has acquired Pop Up Archive, an interesting startup that makes podcasts more searchable

Nieman Lab

Apple has acquired Pop Up Archive, an interesting startup that makes podcasts more searchable

ZDNet

Apple acquires podcast search engine Pop Up Archive

Business Insider

Apple buys Pop Up Archive, a sign it's getting serious about podcasting

SiliconANGLE Media

Harman designs developer-friendly audio tech with possible future AR applications - SiliconANGLE

Smart devices Virtual Reality Software development
@ruhanirabin via The Verge

Native Instruments Maschine MK3 review: an all-in-one music-making playground

Productivity Hardware Music
@ruhanirabin via The Verge

Tivoli Audio now sells an extremely branded subwoofer

Smart devices
SiliconANGLE Media

Smart earbud startup Doppler Labs shuts after burning through $51M in venture capital - SiliconANGLE

Data leaks Cyber security
CNET

Doppler Labs is dead

Smart devices
Wareable

Doppler Labs, creator of the Here One earbuds, is closing its doors

Smart devices
TechCrunch , The Verge

Smart earbuds startup Doppler Labs shuts down after raising $50M+

Smart devices
Product Hunt

KitSplit LA

Ars Technica

Harman Kardon Invoke review: Cortana isn’t too comfortable in the home yet

Smart devices Productivity
Quartz

Microsoft and Harman Kardon built a smart speaker that’s more speaker than smart

Smart devices
CNET

Harman Kardon's Invoke is a Cortana-enabled smart speaker

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ZDNet , The Verge , VentureBeat , +2

My week with Harman Kardon's Cortana-powered Invoke speaker

Smart devices
Business Insider , CNN Tech

This Microsoft-powered $200 speaker is great for Spotify and Skype — but you're probably better off with Amazon or Google