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Samsung unveils CHG90, its 49-inch ultrawide curved monitor

Ultrawide really means ultrawide.  Samsung came out with a new 49-inch QLED gaming monitor on Friday — and it’s basically like an actual TV.  The CHG90 monitor has HDR technology usually reserved for televisions that “showcases games exactly as developers intended” with improved color and contrast.  “Gamers want to feel …

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Unpacking Pinterest’s $150M Series Whatever

Alex Wilhelm is the editor-in-chief of Crunchbase News and co-host of Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast. More posts by this contributor: In a slightly surprising move, Pinterest raised $150 million from private investors this week. The round is notable for a few reasons: The company is widely tipped to be heading …

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Sources: Yahoo CISO Bob Lord out after AOL-Yahoo merger

According to our sources, Yahoo’s chief information security officer, Bob Lord, is losing out to AOL’s Chris Nims for the security chief’s chair of new umbrella entity, Oath. This is as a result of the AOL-Yahoo merger, with Verizon’s acquisition of Yahoo expected to close next week. The jockeying for …

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Amazon launches ‘My Mix,’ a personalized shop filled with your favorite things

Amazon has quietly launched a new feature offering shoppers personalized suggestions of products they might like to buy. Called “My Mix,” the addition is tied to Amazon’s “Interesting Finds” — the curated gift shop introduced last year that provides a Pinterest-like experience for discovering products across Amazon’s vast website. “Interesting Finds,” …

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Uber’s head of finance is heading to Opendoor

Uber’s soon-to-be former head of finance, Gautam Gupta, is set to join real estate startup Opendoor as its first-ever chief operating officer, Axios reports. News of Gupta’s upcoming departure from Uber, along with data on Uber’s revenues, came late last month. Gupta is leaving Uber in July, after four years …

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