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Patrick Kulp

Patrick Kulp is an emerging tech reporter at Adweek. He covers creative innovation, AR, VR, artificial intelligence and the future of 5G. Patrick holds degrees in economics and political science from UC Santa Barbara. He previously worked as a business reporter for Mashable.

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Adobe Rolls Out New Payment Service for Ecommerce Platform

Ecommerce

The PayPal-powered integration will be available to merchants by the end of the year.

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Drone Racing League Inks Its Biggest Sponsorship Deal Yet With Crypto Platform

Emerging Tech

The 5-year partnership is said to be valued at $100 million.

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Amazon Is Now Making its Own Line of TVs

Amazon

Tech giant is also adding TikTok to Fire TV platform

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PayPal Acquires Buy Now, Pay Later Platform Paidy for $2.7 Billion

Retailing

The deal will give PayPal an entry point to the BNPL market in Japan.

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Roblox Unveils New Spatial Voice Feature to Mimic Realistic Conversations

Emerging Tech

The new component is only available to certain developers as of now.

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Amazon Partners With Affirm on New Buy Now, Pay Later Option

Amazon

Deal comes as delayed payments have taken off during the pandemic.

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Gap Becomes the Latest Retailer to Acquire Virtual Try-On Tech

Fashion & Apparel

The clothing brand is buying Y-Combinator-backed startup Drapr for an undisclosed sum.

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Say ‘Candyman’ to Your Phone 5 Times to Trigger This Creepy AR Experience

Creative

The promotion for Jordan Peele's latest horror film will also reveal a new trailer.

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Buy Now, Pay Later Platform Afterpay Introduces In-App Ads to Let Brands Spotlight Deals

Ecommerce

The new offering comes on the heels of the company's sale to Square.

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Minjae Ormes Leaves Visible to Serve as LinkedIn’s Brand and Consumer Marketing VP

Leadership & Talent

Ormes joined the Verizon-backed wireless brand at the time of its founding in 2018 and helped to craft the company's image as an all-digital budget alternative to the big carriers.