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Apple’s new iPhones are expected to change from the iPhone X-like design of the past three years.


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This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.

Apple’s next iPhone may come in blue, according to a last-minute rumor from well-known device leaker Evan Blass, who posted that tidbit to the internet shortly before the company’s digital event, being held Tuesday at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET.

In his post on the app Voice, which pitches itself as an alternative social network to Twitter that authenticates people are real, Blass showed off what appear to be Apple marketing images for the iPhone 12 Pro Max. He said the phones would come in blue, gold, graphite and silver. Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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“The Science Femme” claimed to be a female academic. She claimed to have upended efforts by her social justice-obsessed department to draft a statement condemning racism.

And when Twitter users accused her of racism, she claimed to be a woman of color herself—and an immigrant to boot.

But The Science Femme, who tweeted from the handle @piney_the, wasn’t any of those things, digital sleuths began alleging late last month. Instead, they claimed, “she” was Craig Chapman, a white male assistant professor of chemistry at the University of New Hampshire. The allegations, bolstered by an internal chemistry department email, would make Chapman at least the fourth white academic revealed to have posed as a person of color in recent weeks.

In three of those cases, academics are accused of shamelessly trying to further their own careers. But in Chapman’s case, Twitter users who came into contact with @piney_the say the account

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It’s no secret that Black entrepreneurs are less likely to receive venture capital funding. Historically, the same has been said for female entrepreneurs. So, you can imagine that the odds are stacked against you if you are a woman of color trying to set up a business.

Despite this, there are countless women of color doing incredible things in industries all over the world, specifically the tech space. And I wanted to do some shouting about a select number of said entrepreneurs. So, here are seven incredible tech companies that were founded by amazing women of color.

Angela Benton, Founder & CEO of Streamlytics

Angela Benton is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Streamlytics, which uses first-party media consumption data to bring transparency to what people are streaming on today’s most popular streaming services while helping consumers own their data in the process.

She is a pioneer of diversity

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New WorkForce EC-C7000 Ushers In-House, On-Demand Printing for Professional-Quality Prints up to 13″ x 19″

LONG BEACH, Calif., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Epson America, Inc. today introduced the Epson WorkForce®EC-C7000, the affordable color A3 multifunction printer designed for reliability and to deliver fast, professional-quality prints up to 13″ x 19″. Engineered to meet the needs of today’s hybrid workforce, the EC-C7000 produces fast, high-quality, color prints with DURABrite® Ultra instant-dry pigment ink and offers simple wireless setup1 for professionals working remote, promoting productivity at home, in small businesses or wherever work might lead.

Epson logo (PRNewsfoto/Epson America, Inc.)
Epson logo (PRNewsfoto/Epson America, Inc.)

To support businesses in today’s shifting work environments, the EC-C7000 offers flexible features for retail, architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), remote offices, and home offices requiring a reliable, color MFP capable of printing up to 13″x19″. The EC-C7000 offers convenient security features, including secure wireless

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If you’ve ever used Adobe Photoshop, you’re probably familar with the eyedropper tool. This handy tool lets users sample a color from an image for further use by providing the color’s hex code and adding it to the paint palette. It’s perfect for all those times you’re poking around the Internet and stumble upon a shade that you’d just love to incorporate into your own graphic design projects.

The Home Depot

Nix Mini Color Sensor

Nix Sensor
homedepot.com

$99.00

But what about all those times *in real life* when you spot a particular shade while out and about, but you have no way of capturing or learning more about it? Well, get ready to be amazed as there’s finally a solution! Enter the Nix Mini Color Sensor, aka the real-life version of Photoshop’s eyedropper tool. As written in the description on The Home Depot’s website, this neat little gizmo

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