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Tailor Brands raises $4M to have robots design logos for you

For the most part, apps like Prisma depend on curated training sets to impersonate style and apply it to a new context. While this may signal that machine creativity is dead on arrival, we shouldn’t forget that even Picasso needed to attend a showing of African masks before he could push cubism …

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Toyota partners with Getaround on car-sharing

Carmakers continue to look at the future of transportation and invest in alternatives to individual ownership: Toyota is the latest to make a bet on a mobility model espoused by a startup, with a strategic investment in SF-based car sharing provider Getaround. Toyota’s investment also comes with integration with Getaround’s …

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Women’s vitamin startup Ritual is now open for orders, with $3.5 million more from investors

Ritual, a Disrupt Battlefield startup with a focus on women’s nutrition, officially launched today. We first told you about the company aiming to make a better vitamin for women last spring when Ritual’s founder Kat Schneider came onstage to present her business model. She made it to the final rounds for …

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Applications are open for Hardware Battlefield at CES

We’re back. Hardware Battlefield is TechCrunch’s premier hardware startup event and is returning to the world’s largest consumer electronic show. Applications are now open until November 3 at 9pm PT. Submit your application here to compete for free demo space at the Consumer Electronics Show, a $50,000 prize and the Metal Man …

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You have less than 24 hours to apply to the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt London

Yes, you read that right. Applications for the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt London close tomorrow, Thursday at noon PT! Time to get going. You can do it. Startups should note that teams from across Europe and around the world are all eligible to participate in the event. We’re looking for the …

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Emburse looks to give third-party developers ways to easily issue prepaid debit cards

Emburse launched in the Startup Battlefield last year seeking out businesses that wanted to handle one-time or a few expenses through issuing prepaid corporate debit cards. But it may be that the market, which is filled with a disparate different kinds of tools, needs a more generalized approach. So to …

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Capital One acquires online price tracker Paribus

Capital One is making another acquisition in the fintech space, this time snatching up the price tracking service Paribus, which helps online shoppers get automatic refunds when prices drop on items they purchased. Deal terms were not disclosed, but the acquisition involves bring both the team and the technology itself to …

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Startup Battlefield application deadline extended for Disrupt London!

Attention startup hopefuls: It’s time to stop procrastinating and apply for the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt London. Startups from across the U.S. and around the world now have until 12pm PT on October 13th to get their application in front of the selection team. Apply now! We get it, you’re super busy. Maybe …

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Hamwells raises €1.2 million for the connected e-shower of the future

When you take your next shower, the water flowing from the faucet may just be recycled. That’s the vision fueling Hamwells, a Netherlands-based startup that launched in the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt London 2015. In the Battlefield, the company presented their e-shower with a re-circulation mode that recycles each drop of …

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Maluuba wants to make chatbots smarter by teaching them how to read

Maluuba launched its first Siri-like personal assistant at TC Disrupt San Francisco four years ago. Since then, the company has raised $11 million and has licensed its technology to a number of handset manufacturers that now use it to power their own personal-assistant features. As Maluuba’s head of product Mo Musbah told …

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