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Monday Mobile Mashup 9.18.17

Happy Monday! Here's our weekly Mobile Mashup filled with articles, tips, and insights we’ve found valuable throughout the mobile industry. Everything Apple Announced at the Fall iPhone Event Get caught up on the details for iPhone X, Apple Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K, and iPhone 8, which were

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Monday Mobile Mashup 9.11.2017

Happy Monday! Here's our weekly Mobile Mashup filled with articles, tips, and insights we’ve found valuable throughout the mobile industry. Apple iPhone 8 Event: What to Expect “Apple is all set to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone with the latest version of the device next week. Based

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I Am Not a Unicorn - Part 3

What’s good? It’s Brandy again. In my first piece, I talked about what it was like to be a black woman entering the technology industry. In my second piece, I dove into diversity statistics (reminder: they aren’t good). In this final installment, I want to share some

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Monday Mobile Mashup 8.28.17

Happy Monday! Here's our weekly Mobile Mashup filled with articles, tips, and insights we’ve found valuable throughout the mobile industry. Deep Learning for Siri’s Voice: On-device Deep Mixture Density Networks for Hybrid Unit Selection Synthesis “Speech synthesis—the artificial production of human speech—is widely used for various

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I Am Not a Unicorn - Part 2

Hello! I am Brandy. In my last post, I talked about my transition into tech and some of the unexpected labels that I encountered as a black woman in STEM. Today, I will address the imposter syndrome that I suffered from as a result of this newfound “attention.” Unpacking reality

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I Am Not a Unicorn - Part 1

In 2014, I was accepted into the Detroit Labs Apprenticeship program. I didn’t know much about the tech industry before I entered it -- well, other than what I learned from “Star Trek,” which taught me that tech was a beautiful, equitable, logical meritocracy. I was leaving behind a

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