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Profile of Klarna, a Sweden-based payments company offering post-purchase financing to consumers, as it launches in Australia after adding $200M in new funding (Julian Bajkowski/iTnews)

Julian Bajkowski / iTnews: Profile of Klarna, a Sweden-based payments company offering post-purchase financing to consumers, as it launches in Australia after adding $200M in new funding  —  Orchestrating a humane exit from dependency on legacy credit card tech.  —  When it comes to launching new tech at the Commonwealth Bank …

Google Photos trials an $8/month subscription program that sends 10 prints of automatically-selected pics from the previous month; users get to choose a theme (Abner Li/9to5Google)

Abner Li / 9to5Google: Google Photos trials an $8/month subscription program that sends 10 prints of automatically-selected pics from the previous month; users get to choose a theme  —  In September, Google Photos added large canvas prints, as well as individual prints.  Google Photos is now trialing a “monthly photo prints” subscription program.

As Apple closes its offices, stores, and contact centers in China, Ming-Chi Kuo lowers Q1 iPhone shipment forecasts by 10% due to Wuhan coronavirus outbreak (Joe Rossignol/MacRumors)

Joe Rossignol / MacRumors: As Apple closes its offices, stores, and contact centers in China, Ming-Chi Kuo lowers Q1 iPhone shipment forecasts by 10% due to Wuhan coronavirus outbreak  —  Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has lowered his iPhone shipment forecast by 10 percent to 36-40 million units in the first quarter of 2020 …

Doubtnut, an India-based startup which wants to teach math and science concepts through short videos, raises $15M Series A led by Tencent, says it has 13M MAU (Manish Singh/TechCrunch)

Manish Singh / TechCrunch: Doubtnut, an India-based startup which wants to teach math and science concepts through short videos, raises $15M Series A led by Tencent, says it has 13M MAU  —  Doubtnut, a Gurgaon-based startup that operates an app to help students learn and master concepts from math and science using short videos …

West Virginia governor to sign a bill that would allow voters with physical disabilities to vote via smartphone in 2020, becoming the first US state to do so (Kevin Collier/NBC News)

Kevin Collier / NBC News: West Virginia governor to sign a bill that would allow voters with physical disabilities to vote via smartphone in 2020, becoming the first US state to do so  —  Cybersecurity experts have long railed against voting apps, saying that any kind of online voting unnecessarily increases security risks.
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