How Arweaves Permaweb cheaply hosts sites & apps forever

Posted on: April 3, 2020, in Blog

What if you could pay now to store something online permanently? You could preserve a website against censorship, save legal contracts, or offer an app even after your company fails. That’s the promise of Arweave‘s Permaweb. The startup has built a new type of blockchain that relies on Moore’s Law-style declining data storage costs. Users […]

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Vendr, already profitable, raises $2M to replace your enterprise sales team

Posted on: March 30, 2020, in Blog

Vendr has developed an enterprise SaaS solution for managing enterprise SaaS. The new startup, founded by InVision’s former head of enterprise sales Ryan Neu, is another standout from Y Combinator’s latest batch. Contrary to the majority of those businesses, however, Vendr is already profitable. In classic YC fashion, the company has created software to sell […]

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Microsoft launches Power Virtual Agents, its no-code bot builder

Posted on: March 26, 2020, in Blog

Microsoft today announced the public preview of its Power Virtual Agents tool, a new no-code tool for building chatbots that’s part of the company’s Power Platform, which also includes the Microsoft Flow automation tool, which is being renamed to Power Automate today, and Power BI. Built on top of Azure’s existing AI smarts and tools […]

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New Relic snags early-stage serverless monitoring startup IOpipe

Posted on: March 23, 2020, in Blog

As we move from a world dominated by virtual machines to one of serverless, it changes the nature of monitoring, and vendors like New Relic certainly recognize that. This morning the company announced it was acquiring IOpipe, a Seattle-based early-stage serverless monitoring startup, to help beef up its serverless monitoring chops. Terms of the deal […]

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Forecast raises $5.5M for its AI-powered project management software

Posted on: March 21, 2020, in Blog

Forecast, a Denmark-based startup that has developed “AI-powered” project management software, has raised $5.5 million in new funding. The round is led by Crane Venture Partners, with participation from existing backers SEED Capital and Heartcore. Forecast has raised $10 million in total funding to date. Founded in late 2016, Forecast describes itself as an AI-powered […]

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Google launches TensorFlow Enterprise with long-term support and managed services

Posted on: February 28, 2020, in Blog

Google open-sourced its TensorFlow machine learning framework back in 2015 and it quickly became one of the most popular platforms of its kind. Enterprises that wanted to use it, however, had to either work with third parties or do it themselves. To help these companies — and capture some of this lucrative market itself — […]

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Webiny announces $347K seed to build open-source serverless CMS

Posted on: February 24, 2020, in Blog

Webiny, a London startup developing a serverless content management system, announced a $347,000 (£247,000) seed round today led by EU investment firm Episode 1. Webiny founder Sven Al Hamad says that Webiny is the first full-feature content management built for a serverless environment. “That means that we built Webiny from the ground up, and architected […]

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Daily Crunch: Facebook launches its News section

Posted on: February 21, 2020, in Blog

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Facebook starts testing News, its new section for journalism Facebook’s news section, which was previously reported to be imminent, is here: […]

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Microsofts Windows Virtual Desktop service is now generally available

Posted on: February 17, 2020, in Blog

Microsoft today announced that Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD), its Azure-based system for virtualizing the Windows and Office user experience it announced last September, is now generally available. Using WVD, enterprises can give their employees access to virtualized applications and remote desktops, including the ability to provide multi-session Windows 10 experiences, something that sets Microsoft’s own […]

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Former Stitch Fix COO Julie Bornstein is rewriting the e-commerce playbook

Posted on: February 13, 2020, in Blog

More than two years after Julie Bornstein — Stitch Fix’s former chief operating officer — mysteriously left the subscription-based personal styling service only months before its initial public offering, she’s taking the wraps off her first independent venture. Shortly after departing Stitch Fix, Bornstein began building The Yes, an AI-powered shopping platform expected to launch […]

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