Divacore Nomad+ review: quality audio but lacking battery

One year after the first fully launched wireless AntiPods ITEs, Divacore has launched a new product called Nomad+. With a new look and Bluetooth 5.0, the brand wants to offer a quality audio experience without making you break the back. We tried them out for a few weeks and here’s our full review!

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How Instagram hides behind Facebook – and rakes in billions

Instagram’s parent company faces international scrutiny while the photo app retains its charming reputation

Six years ago, Facebook made the acquisition of a lifetime. Then it did something brilliant: nothing.

Facebook left Instagram alone. The app was growing quickly, becoming more relevant each day, eating into rival Snapchat’s audience and threatening Facebook itself – just a few reasons why the tech giant dished out 10 figures for a company with no revenue.

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California judge condemns startup for giving secret Facebook papers to UK

Parliament seized confidential documents under scrutiny in Six4Three’s lawsuit against social network

A California judge sharply criticized the legal team of the app developer that turned over confidential Facebook documents to the British parliament, accusing the attorneys of behavior that “shocks the conscience” and ordering them to hand over their client’s laptops and other evidence.

In a suburban courtroom in Silicon Valley – far from the jurisdiction of Westminster – Judge V Raymond Swope attempted to deal with the legal fallout from an extraordinary maneuver by the UK parliament, which last week seized highly confidential internal Facebook documents from Ted Kramer, founder of Six4Three, a former startup.

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