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LedeTree Eye On Tech – September 27, 2017

A roundup of interesting tech news from LedeTree

By David Royse | LedeTree.com

Magic Leap Nearing New Headset Launch, Seeking More $

Plantation, Fla.-based augmented reality/wearable computing start-up Magic Leap could be about to get a massive cash infusion from Singaporean investment firm Temasek, according to several published reports.

Bloomberg says Magic Leap, which has already raised more than $1.3 billion, is seeking another half million from investors, and cites sources in saying the company could now be valued at close to $6 billion.

Magic Leap is working on a headset – smaller than VR headsets, but bigger than glasses – that would simulate 3-D images superimposed on the real world, according to Bloomberg.

The Daily Dot, which calls Magic Leap “mysterious” calls the company the “most intriguing player in AR (augmented reality).”

Central Fla. Startup Trying to Develop Better Battery

Florida Trend has a story today about HyCarb, an Orlando-based firm expanding to Daytona, that’s trying to make battery technology more environmentally friendly and safer

Japanese Companies Looking for Florida Opportunities

Several Japanese manufacturers will be in Central and South Florida next month, looking for connections and possible opportunities to expand in the state, the Orlando Sentinel reports

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About David Royse

David Royse
David Royse is the Editor-in-Chief of Ledetree.com. He has been a professional journalist for more than 20 years, including stints with The Associated Press and The News Service of Florida. He enjoys writing about health and medical science, and hopeful stories about scientific breakthroughs and new technology.

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