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Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

Editor/Reporter

Washington, D.C.

Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

"We tell ourselves stories in order to live." -Joan Didion

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With Google's 'Lens' feature, you can look up information in a snap.

Google wrapped up it's #madebygoogle event, but not before unveiling a handful of unexpected items like it's new 'Clips' camera and the rumored earbuds.
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Instacart is shaking up the grocery model – one online delivery at a time

Groceries may be the last retail category on the shelf that people buy online, which makes it ripe for growth and disruption.
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This 23-year-old Ford engineer already has nine patents. Did we mention she doesn't drive?

Remember when you were 23? You were probably fresh out of college, entering the workforce and eager to make a name for yourself. You could say the same for Victoria Schein, except for one key difference: She already has nine patents under her belt.
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Cord cutters took another big slice out of ESPN

Watching sports is more accessible than ever. But it comes at a cost.
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Congress voted to block Obama-era internet privacy rules. Here's how that impacts you.

That bathing suit you searched for online? It's going to haunt you. Seriously, you might see ads for it for weeks.
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This app has the power to change what your selfie looks like.

With the selfie-editing app Meitu, an anime makeover is just a tap away. But is that a good thing?
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Snap filed a $3B IPO showing its growing like crazy

In their SEC filing, the tech company disclosed that its user numbers have grown to 158 million daily active users that take 2.5 billion snap each day.
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Nearly all teens actually prefer to shop in stores over online

According to a new study by IBM and the National Retail Federation, nearly all members of Gen Z (98 percent) prefer to shop in-store over online.
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With Amazon Go, there will be job losses. But it may redefine how we shop for groceries.

Amazon is once again leading the pack to disruption. This time in your neighborhood grocery aisle.
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McDonald's is introducing self-serve kiosks. What does that mean for workers?

As competition heats up in the fast food sector, restaurant giants are turning to tech to attract eaters.
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Americans already broke shopping records on Black Friday

UPDATE 12:05 p.m. EST: Amazon has unveiled its Cyber Monday deals.
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If the AT&T-Time Warner deal is approved, it could be great news... for existing customers

What would a merger between AT&T and Time Warner do to consumers?

About

Natalia Angulo-Hinkson

Natalia is a journalist and Texas native. Her family is originally from Colombia, but she currently calls Washington, D.C., home. Natalia is fluent in Spanish and speaks conversational French. She is most energized when covering stories about social enterprise, startups, small business, tech, fashion, travel, beauty and (pop) culture news.

She graduated from the University of Dallas in December 2009, with a BA in Politics and concentration in Spanish Language & Literature. After working in Washington, D.C. as a broadcast intern, Natalia moved to Manhattan where she completed her MA in Journalism with a concentration in Magazine Writing at New York University.

Natalia is photo obsessive — and a big fan of the em dash. You can find some of her work on Circa.com, MarketingDive.com, FOXBusiness.com, FoxNews.com, TeenVogue.com, BusinessInsider.com, MarieClaire.com and El Diario/La Prensa NY.

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Skills

  • reporting
  • sleuthing
  • content curation
  • web analytics
  • social media
  • photo journalism
  • digital media
  • editing
  • news writing