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Swedish fintech Zaver has raised $1.2M seed for its P2P payments platform

Posted on: May 4, 2019, in Blog

Zaver, a Swedish fintech that has built a payments platform to facilitate peer-to-peer trades and more, has picked up just over $1.2 million in seed funding. Backing the burgeoning startup are VC firms Inventure and Inbox Capital, as well as a number of relatively well-established angel investors. They include Joen Bonnier (partner at Atomico), Tom […]

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On balance, the cloud has been a huge boon to startups

Posted on: May 3, 2019, in Blog

Today’s startups have a distinct advantage when it comes to launching a company because of the public cloud. You don’t have to build infrastructure or worry about what happens when you scale too quickly. The cloud vendors take care of all that for you. But last month when Pinterest announced its IPO, the company’s cloud […]

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The Google Assistant on Android gets more visual responses

Posted on: May 3, 2019, in Blog

About half a year ago, Google gave the Assistant on phones a major visual refresh. Today, the company is following up with a couple of small but welcome tweaks that’ll see the Assistant on Android provide more and better visual responses that are more aligned with what users already expect to see from other Google […]

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Snapchat will power Stories & ads in other apps

Posted on: May 2, 2019, in Blog

Snapchat has found an answer to the revenue problem stemming from its halted growth: it will show its ads in other apps with the launch of Snapchat Ad Kit and the Snapchat Audience Network. And rather than watching as other apps spin up their own knock-off versions of its camera and Stories, it will let […]

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Snapchat launches Scan, its AR utility platform

Posted on: April 29, 2019, in Blog

Point and shoot? No, point and interact. Snapchat can now help with your homework. The app’s camera is becoming the foundation of an augmented reality developer platform known as “Scan.” Snap today announced partnerships with Photomath to add the ability to solve math problems, and Giphy for detecting objects, which then spawn related GIFs onscreen. […]

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Google Drive adds workflow integrations with DocuSign, K2 and Nintex

Posted on: April 29, 2019, in Blog

Google today announced a few new workflow integrations for its Drive file storage service that’ll bring to the service support for some features from DocuSign and process automation platforms K2 and Nintex. None of these new integrations are all that unusual, but if you use a combination of Drive and the newly supported tools, they […]

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Expert Panel: What even IS tech ethics?

Posted on: April 28, 2019, in Blog

It’s been a pleasure Fortunately, I was recently able to gather a group of three whipsmart thinkers who are each emerging as leaders in the tech ethics field, and who each do “big-picture” work, looking at the (enormous) field as a whole rather than being limited to knowledge of a single narrow technology or sector. […]

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WhatsApps Brian Acton to talk Signal Foundation and leaving Facebook at Disrupt SF

Posted on: April 28, 2019, in Blog

“We give them the power. That’s the bad part. We buy their products. We sign up for these websites. Delete Facebook, right?” That’s WhatsApp founder Brian Acton’s most recent quote about his former employer, Facebook. Acton has seemingly been fueled by his experience running WhatsApp from within Facebook, which has been scrutinized for profiting from […]

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WeWork acquires Managed by Q

Posted on: April 27, 2019, in Blog

Managed by Q, the office management platform based out of New York, has today been acquired by The We Company, formerly known as WeWork. Financial terms were not disclosed. The WSJ reports that it was a cash and stock deal. Managed by Q, which has 500 employees, will remain as a wholly owned separate entity […]

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Researchers find 540 million Facebook user records on exposed servers

Posted on: April 27, 2019, in Blog

Security researchers have found hundreds of millions of Facebook user records sitting on an inadvertently public storage server. The two batches of user records were collected and exposed from two third-party companies, according to researchers at security firm UpGuard, who found the data. In the researchers’ write-up, defunct California-based app maker At The Pool contained […]

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