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Fitbit’s ...

On Wednesday, Fitbit launched Fitbit Care, a health platform that combines coaching, virtual care, wearable devices, and self-tracking to help employers' and health plans' employees and members get healthier.

Take a look ins...

Johnson & Johnson's Manhattan outpost of its startup incubator, JLabs, is the new kid on the NYC-health-tech block. Take a look inside JLabs' new NYC digs, which with its coffee-shop vibes looked unlike any startup space we've ever seen.

We tried the fi...

A Silicon Valley startup called New Age Meats offered us a taste of the world's first pork sausage made in a lab without killing any animals. Here's how the cultured meat cooked, smelled, and tasted.
Phil Schiller, Apple's head of worldwide marketing, shows off the company's updated iPhone lineup on Wednesday.

Apple made a bi...

Last week, Apple quietly discontinued a few older iPhones to make room for the new iPhone XS and XR. Most notably, Apple no longer sells the iPhone SE, which was Apple's last 4-inch iPhone.

Silicon Valley&...

Silicon Valley's insanely competitive real-estate market has resulted in a listing like this house, which is selling for $2,886 per square foot. The home's future owners will have two bedrooms, one bathroom, a garage turned office area, and a tranquil private backyard area. Take a look inside.

Amazon plants f...

Amazon plants empty packages with fake labels in the trucks of delivery drivers to catch drivers who are stealing, sources told Business Insider. "It's meant to be a trap ... to check the integrity of the driver," a former Amazon logistics manager told Business Insider.

This is my favo...

Apple released iOS 12, the latest version of the software that runs on iPhones and iPads, on Monday. But Apple didn't spend any time during its iPhone XS event last week covering my personal favorite "hidden gem" in the new software.
Itzik Frid is a longtime Israeli tech entrepreneur and the CEO of Takwin Labs, a startup incubator focused on Arab-led startups.

Israel’s ...

Itzik Frid, a longtime Israeli tech entrepreneur and the CEO of a startup incubator focused on Arab-led startups, believes that the country will lose its edge if it can't better integrate its Arab minority into the tech industry.

Some Apple fans...

You don't need to buy a Mac from Apple to run macOS for the Apple experience. Meet the Hackintosh — computers that Apple fans are building from parts.
China has the US beat in more than a few areas.

I spent 6 weeks...

After traveling in China for six weeks, I realized there were certain things the country does unquestionably better than the US. High-speed rail services are just the start.