Top Stories of the Day // June 4, 2015

Breaking News From Bitcoin |
Splatoon Is Nintendo’s Way Forward |
Apple Watch In-Store Retail Sales Begin In Two Weeks |
Tendr Is Tinder For Finding Your Next Equity Crowdfunding Investment |
Report: Xiaomi Now World’s Second Biggest Seller Of Wearables Behind Only Fitbit |
Venture Capital’s Next Venture? Women |
The Kisai Link Is A Bluetooth Wearable That Hides The Geekiness |

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Today’s Top Stories // Jun 4, 2015

Breaking News From Bitcoin

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Splatoon Is Nintendo’s Way Forward

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Apple Watch In-Store Retail Sales Begin In Two Weeks

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Tendr Is Tinder For Finding Your Next Equity Crowdfunding Investment

Q: What do you get when you combine the swipe-to-like mechanism, popularized by dating app Tinder, with a wealth of potential equity crowdfunding investment… read more

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Report: Xiaomi Now World’s Second Biggest Seller Of Wearables Behind Only Fitbit

In a sign that the market for wearable devices remains nascent, China's Xiaomi has risen from nowhere to become the industry's second largest company… read more

Venture Capital’s Next Venture? Women

Ellen Pao’s gender discrimination suit against Kleiner Perkins is one data point in the discussion of diversity in Silicon Valley’s venture capital… read more

The Kisai Link Is A Bluetooth Wearable That Hides The Geekiness

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TOP VIDEOS

TC Cribs: Venmo’s NYC Headquarters Is On The Money

 Today’s episode of Cribs had us criss-crossing the country to New York City, where mobile payments… read more

Meet Musio, A Robot That Talks Back

 Natural language and machine learning company AKA says it’s taking the next step toward the creation… read more

Gillmor Gang: Medium Fries

 The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Dan Farber, John Taschek, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded… read more

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