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It’s Wednesday, known today as Apple iPhone 14 (here are all our stories from the Apple event) and Y Combinator Demo Day…day. As you can see, our team was at one or the other, and some decided to split themselves in half and do both, to bring you the latest and greatest. Enjoy every.last.bite. — Christine and hi
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- It’s hot in here: One of the new Apple Watch features that readers found most appealing is the new temperature sensors, two of them in fact, hi writes. If you’re feeling hot in your sleep, had too much to drink the night before, or want to know the best time to conceive, the watch will let you know what’s going on. You can see more about Apple’s iPhone 14 event in the Big Tech section.
- Long-awaited editing permissions: For those of you who make spelling mistakes or remember something just after you’ve already clicked ‘tweet’, Twitter will let you edit that tweet up to five times within a 30 minute period once the edit function drops, Ivan reports. Sorry, six edits is one too many.
- Fintech frenzy: Natasha M and Anita dive into the fintech pool at Y Combinator’s Summer 2022 batch to find out which trends are causing a stir. Demo Day started today and will last until tomorrow — our team is ready.
Startups and VC
In startup land, it’s been a lot of goodness from Y Combinator. Dominic-Madori and Natasha M wrote about the YC’s diversity data, and Anita and Natasha M noted that the accelerator is doubling down on crypto founders despite market volatility.
It’s been a very busy day at the site today, and the next one just scrapes the surface. We’ve done our best to pick out some of the most interesting articles, but don’t forget to give our homepage a quick summary today – it’s a veritable cornucopia of technical goodness.
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I am a Canadian citizen working under a TN visa as a software engineer in the US. I want to start my own business or at least make money through a side business.
Is this possible on my TN, or can I only do it via a green card? If yes, is it possible to get permanent residency as the TN is for non-immigrant intent?
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Big Tech Inc.
We’re going to rename this section to “Big Apple” just for today, because half of the stories came from our team’s rush to cover the Apple iPhone 14 event. Brian, Kylea, hi, Amanda, Ivan, Romain and Sarah bring you the good stuff about SIM cards, AirPods and stuff, so many details about the Apple Watch. It’s too much to list here, but you can read all the stories on our dedicated Apple iPhone 14 event hub.