Tech.Co Top Stories: Lack of Sleep, VR Hallucinations, Minecraft

If you didn’t have the chance to take in as much Tech.Co as you wanted to this week, don’t worry! We know you’re busy and have more than too much holiday shopping to get done in the next few weeks. But the fear of missing out is real, particularly during such an epic week for the tech and startup world. Fortunately, we’ve got you covered with the top stories from this unusually cold week right at your fingertips.

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Here Are This Week’s Tech.Co Top Stories:

  1. This Is How Lack of Sleep Correlates to Depression
  2. Here’s How Google’s Self-Driving Car Works
  3. Virtual Reality Could Make You Hallucinate; Don’t Freak Out
  4. What to Expect at the 50th Anniversary of CES
  5. 4 Reasons Why Minecraft Is Great for Teaching Kids Coding
  6. Samsung’s Latest Move Proves the Concept of Ownership Is Dying
  7. SupportPay Raises $4 Million to Automate Child Support Payments
  8. Corporate Innovation Centers Are Taking Over the World
  9. BumpOut Is a Portable, High-End Speaker for Your Smartphone
  10. Netamo Presence Uses Algorithms for Better Outdoor Security
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Conor is the Lead Writer for For the last six years, he’s covered everything from tech news and product reviews to digital marketing trends and business tech innovations. He's written guest posts for the likes of Forbes, Chase, WeWork, and many others, covering tech trends, business resources, and everything in between. He's also participated in events for SXSW, Tech in Motion, and General Assembly, to name a few. He also cannot pronounce the word "colloquially" correctly. You can email Conor at
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