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HealthIQ-111517.jpg Health IQ Insurance Services, a startup focused on providing life insurance for health-conscious individuals, said it has secured $34.6 million in Series C funding, led by Andreessen Horowitz. To date, the company has raised a total of $81 million in funding mostly from its existing investors.

Baidu-speaker-111617.jpg Chinese Internet search giant Baidu.com Inc. on Thursday unveiled its first artificial intelligence or AI hardware - a smart home speaker along with two robots. At its annual conference "Baidu World" in Beijing, the company launched its new product line-up of the three AI-enabled smart hardware under the Raven series.

Uber-111517.jpg Uber is facing yet another lawsuit, this time over alleged sexual assault by its drivers. Two anonymous women have filed a complaint against the ride-hailing company, accusing it of poor driver screening and other practices that have led to female passengers enduring sexual harassment, including rape.

Apple-Watch-111417.jpg The Apple Watch can accurately detect hypertension and sleep apnea in users, a new study found. According to the study, the smartwatch's heart-rate sensor and step counter can make a fair prediction of whether a person has high blood pressure or sleep apnea, when paired with the right machine-learning algorithms.

Musical-ly-Bytedance-111017.jpg Musical.ly, a China-based video social network popular with teenagers, has been acquired by Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. Media reports pegged the value of the acquisition between $800 million and $1 billion.

GretaVanSusteren-110917.jpg Greta Van Susteren, the former CNN, Fox News and MSNBC host, is ready to unveil an apology app called Sorry, according to her Facebook post. The app is for users to accept or deny apologies. The app will be available for free on the App Store this November 14.

Uber-110817.jpg Uber is planning to launch flying cars by 2020 in Los Angeles. The transportation technology company has reached a strategic agreement with NASA to trial an innovative traffic control system.

Apple-Tax-Jersey-110717.jpg Tech giant Apple has been using Channel Island Jersey as a tax haven, revealed International Consortium of Investigative Journalists through Paradise papers.

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