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"In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Google-backed Magic Leap sues ex-employees; Gawker has a big backer in dispute with Hulk Hogan, who has support from billionaire Pete Thiel; cellphone radiation is risky; North Korea suspected in bank hack.", wraltechwire.com
"San Francisco • Artificial reality startup Magic Leap is accusing two Silicon Valley employees of stealing the closely guarded secrets behind its technological tricks. The allegations of betrayal and skullduggery surfaced in a lawsuit that ...", www.sltrib.com
"Magic Leap is apparently working on a virtual reality technology that's so revolutionary it justifies valuing the company at $4.5 billion, even though almost no one has seen this mysterious tech, or knows exactly what it will do. But according to a lawsuit filed by Magic Leap on May 26 and first uncovered by MIT Technology Review, the company...", qz.com
"Bad spelling troll, Lending Club jumps, Magic Leap sues workers A guy who identified himself as Kyle Chapman trolled the National Spelling Bee, tweeting criticism about having a “comfort couch,” then adding “suck it up quit teaching kids it’s okay to loose.” Buyers of Lending Club’s loans have pulled back following the surprise resignation this month of the San Francisco company’s founder and CEO, Renaud Laplanche. Artificial reality startup Magic Leap, which has received financing from such companies as Google and Alibaba, is accusing two Silicon Valley employees of stealing secrets that make its technology work. The allegations are part of a federal lawsuit by the Florida company that was filed after the two workers, Gary Bradski and Adrian Kaehler, sued for wrongful termination.", www.sfgate.com
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