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The Register
Review: Magic Leap and Fantasy Funding FiascoComment Performance art company Magic Leap has astonished and wowed critics wit
The Register / Posted 4 days ago
Comment Performance art company Magic Leap has astonished and wowed critics with its latest outing: a $500m funding round. Having built a tremendous amount of buzz by teasing the tech world with a gloriously satirical video in which the company's... Read more
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Variety
Magic Leap Confirms $500 Million Finance Round led by TemasekMixed reality hardware startup, Magic Leap has confirmed that it has raised $50
Variety / Posted 4 days ago
Mixed reality hardware startup, Magic Leap has confirmed that it has raised $502 million in a funding round led by Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund Temasek. The firm previously raised more than $1.3 billion from investors including Google, Alibaba... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Report Forecasts Strong Virtual Reality Sector Growthsuch as holographic capture led by New Zealand company 8i, local games developm
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
such as holographic capture led by New Zealand company 8i, local games development such as Weta Workshop’s partnership with Magic Leap, and augmented reality through companies such as M Theory and Wingnut AR who delivered the AR showcase at Apple’s... Read more
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Marketing Interactive
Temasek, EDBI, lead US$502m investment round for AR startup Magic LeapMagic Leap has raised US$502 million in Series D equity funding led by Singapor
Marketing Interactive / Posted 4 days ago
Magic Leap has raised US$502 million in Series D equity funding led by Singapore’s Temasek Holdings. Other investors include EDBI – the investment arm of the Singapore Economic Development Board, Grupo Globo from Brazil, and Janus Henderson... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Magic Leap raises another $502 million in financingMagic Leap, the secretive Plantation-based technology company, has raised anoth
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
Magic Leap, the secretive Plantation-based technology company, has raised another $502 million in advance of launching its first product. The company previously raised $1.4 billion in investment rounds led by Google and Chinese e-commerce company... Read more
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Fortune
Until the technology sees the light of day, skepticism still abounds.Magic Leap, one of the most hyped yet mysterious players in the nascent augment
Fortune / Posted 5 days ago
Magic Leap, one of the most hyped yet mysterious players in the nascent augmented reality scene, has pulled in more than half a billion dollars in a Series D equity round. Returning investors in the $502 million round include Google, Alibaba, J.P.... Read more
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Variety
Magic Leap Announces $502 Million Funding for Augmented-Reality HeadsetMagic Leap, the still-in-stealth-mode company developing an augmented-reality h
Variety / Posted 6 days ago
Magic Leap, the still-in-stealth-mode company developing an augmented-reality headset, announced that it has raised $502 million in Series D equity funding, led by Singapore investment firm Temasek Holdings. The funding brings Magic Leap, founded in... Read more
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Mashable
The most secretive startup in tech just raised another $500 millionWe know very little of Magic Leap. And yet, it continues to be on a path toward
Mashable / Posted 6 days ago
We know very little of Magic Leap. And yet, it continues to be on a path toward greatness. The augmented reality company just closed on $502 million in funding, propelling their total venture funding to $1.9 billion. While that's far less than Uber,... Read more
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Reuters
Startup Magic Leap raises half a billion in new funding(Reuters) - Magic Leap, a well-funded and secretive startup, said on Tuesday it
Reuters / Posted 6 days ago
(Reuters) - Magic Leap, a well-funded and secretive startup, said on Tuesday it has raised $502 million in a new capital funding round led by Temasek Holdings [TEM.UL], an investment firm owned by the government of Singapore. New investors in the... Read more
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Fortune
Here's What Facebook's Top Tech Chief Has to Say About the New Oculus Go VR HeadsetAR will be two different things. You don’t subscribe to the mixed view of it,
Fortune / Posted 11 days ago
AR will be two different things. You don’t subscribe to the mixed view of it, then? I mean, I think that if there’s some magic leap in technology that I haven’t seen yet, but right now everything looks like a strict trade-off. Meaning if I want... Read more
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Computerworld (NZ)
Magic Leap seeks US$1 billionMagic Leap, a highly funded and secretive startup that has promised breakthroug
Computerworld (NZ) / Posted 11 days ago
Magic Leap, a highly funded and secretive startup that has promised breakthrough augmented reality technology, is seeking to raise up to $1 billion in fresh funding from investors, according to a new corporate filing. Florida-based Magic Leap has... Read more
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Reuters
Startup Magic Leap seeks $1 billion funding, working on debut productSAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Magic Leap, a highly funded and secretive startup tha
Reuters / Posted 11 days ago
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Magic Leap, a highly funded and secretive startup that has promised breakthrough augmented reality technology, is seeking to raise up to $1 billion in fresh funding from investors, according to a new corporate... Read more
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Variety
Magic Leap Gets Mixed Reality Comics With Madefire PartnershipSecretive augmented reality startup Magic Leap has teamed up with online comic
Variety / Posted 17 days ago
Secretive augmented reality startup Magic Leap has teamed up with online comic book publisher Madefire to bring mixed reality comics to Magic Leap’s upcoming consumer devices. The partnership was announced during a panel at the New York Comic Con... Read more
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The Register
Let's go live now to MagicLeap and... Ah, still making millions from made-up techuBeam is working with, the efficiency of the system is so low that it would tak
The Register / Posted 17 days ago
uBeam is working with, the efficiency of the system is so low that it would take days or weeks to fully charge a phone. Magic Leap sued for sex discrimination … by woman it hired to stamp out sex discriminationREAD MORE The charge also can’t... Read more

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