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Thync: your low-voltage pick-me-up

Many of us have had days where extra caffeine is not getting us to the productivity level we anticipated for. The device, made by Thync a $20 million start-up back by big Silicon Valley venture capitalists, like Khosla Ventures, costs about $300 with energy boost sessions ranging from anywhere between 5 to 20 minutes. 348 more words

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Legendary Venture Capitalist Vinod Khosla Is Returning To Disrupt SF

We just can’t keep him away from Disrupt, and TechCrunch is thrilled to announce that Vinod Khosla will once again be joining us onstage at… 301 more words

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Smartspot, Which Brings Computer Vision To Gyms And Trainers, Raises $1.85M From Khosla, Signalfire

Moawia Eldeeb has one of the more unfathomable and inspiring stories I’ve ever come across while working in Silicon Valley.

He was born to a farming family in Egypt and then made his way to Queens as a child where he earned $20 a day working in a pizza shop. 265 more words

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Catalia Health Gets $1.25 Million From Khosla Ventures For Its Healthcare Robot

Catalia Health chief executive Cory Kidd has spent the past 20 years working on how to apply robotics to improve personal health. Now, nearly a year after launching his latest startup, … 375 more words

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Tile snags $3 million from Khosla Ventures to build a crowdsourced lost-and-found network

Tile, a company that sells a 37mm-by-37mm device that helps consumers find lost objects, has raised $3 million in additional funding from Khosla Ventures. This brings its total… 806 more words

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The startup behind the lettuce robot has a new 3D crop scanner

Blue River Technology — the startup that brought weed-killing lettuce robots to farms around California — quietly launched a 3D crop scanning tool last month in order to be ready for this year’s farming season, … 514 more words

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YC Alum Atomwise Raises $6 Million To Further The Advancement Of Artificial Intelligence In Drug Discovery

Drug discovery platform Atomwise has raised $6 million in seed funding to dig deeper into artificial intelligence and potentially speed up the process in which we discover new drugs. 567 more words

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