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What’s driving API-powered startups forward in 2020?
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What’s driving API-powered startups forward in 2020?

Quote a lot, according to founders and investors Startups that deliver products via an API are seeing momentum in 2020, as their method of serving customers becomes increasingly mainstream. And investors are taking note. It’s not hard to find a startup with an API-based delivery model that is doing well this year. This column noted…

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What’s up with Vikings RB Dalvin Cook’s Weird Pregame Intro?
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What’s up with Vikings RB Dalvin Cook’s Weird Pregame Intro?

Dalvin Cook’s pre-game into for Sunday Night Football has sparked controversy. Does he harbor any ill will toward the Seminoles? Despite what many fans believe, real evidence suggests otherwise. Dalvin Cook was the best player on the field in his team’s 28-24 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 10. The Minnesota Vikings running back…

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What’s Sony Planning With Obscure New PlayStation Cartridge Patent?
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What’s Sony Planning With Obscure New PlayStation Cartridge Patent?

Sony files patent for PlayStation cartridge in Brazil. Resembles chunky Nintendo 64 cartridges. Is Sony planning a new handheld device to rival Nintendo Switch Lite? Sony Interactive Entertainment filed a patent for what appears to be a PlayStation cartridge patent with the Brazilian INPI patent body on Nov. 5. PlayStation Cartridge Patent The news comes…

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What’s Bill Gates’ worst fear? Netflix’s new docuseries will try to figure him out
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What’s Bill Gates’ worst fear? Netflix’s new docuseries will try to figure him out

Next month, Netflix will release a three-part documentary series called “Inside Bill’s Brain: Decoding Bill Gates,” in which Davis Guggenheim (director of “An Inconvenient Truth” and “He Named Me Malala”) aims to figure out what goes on inside the head of the world’s second-richest human. Netflix first announced the docuseries last week. Now they’ve released…

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