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Facebook adds the option to share events to Stories, message friends interested in going

Posted on: January 23, 2019, in Blog

Facebook wants to make it easier for users to share events and coordinate with friends before an event starts. The company this morning said it will test a new feature that lets users share to their Story those events they’re interested in attending, then make plans to meet up with friends who also plan to […]

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Trading app Robinhood is stealthily recruiting ahead of planned UK launch

Posted on: January 23, 2019, in Blog

Robinhood, the U.S.-based “zero-fee” stock-trading app and cryptocurrency exchange, is stealthily recruiting for a new London office ahead of plans to eventually launch in the U.K., TechCrunch has learned. According to sources within London’s thriving fintech industry, Robinhood is hiring for multiple U.K. positions. These span recruitment, operations, marketing/PR and customer support. Notably, the company […]

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The LibreRouter project aims to make mesh networks simple and affordable

Posted on: January 22, 2019, in Blog

In the city, we’re constantly saturated with the radio waves from 10 or 20 different routers, cell towers and other wireless infrastructure. But in rural communities there might only be one internet connection for a whole village. LibreRouter is a hardware and software project that looks to let those communities build their own modern, robust […]

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Meet Caper, the AI self-checkout shopping cart

Posted on: January 22, 2019, in Blog

The Amazon boogie-man has every retailer scrambling for ways to fight back. But the cost and effort to install cameras all over the ceiling or into every shelf could block stores from entering the autonomous shopping era. Caper wants to make eliminating checkout lines as easy as replacing their shopping carts while offering a more familiar […]

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How open source software took over the world

Posted on: January 19, 2019, in Blog

Mike Volpi David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images From Open Source to Open Core to SaaS The original open source projects were not really businesses, they were revolutions against the unfair profits that closed-source software companies were reaping. Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and others were extracting monopoly-like “rents” for software, which the top developers of the time didn’t […]

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The pre-seed diligence framework

Posted on: January 19, 2019, in Blog

Gaurav Jain The best founders scale and mature as the company takes off. For B2C companies, it’s OK if you acquire your first cohort of users in an unscalable/unrepeatable fashion. Again, the key is how you leverage the initial version of the product to get feedback and have users share it with their friends. It’s […]

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How to get your moneys worth from your startup lawyer

Posted on: January 18, 2019, in Blog

You will never know as much as your lawyers do about the legal services they provide to you. It is a classic asymmetry of information, where the party that knows less gets the worse deal. In this case, that is you, the startup founder. As an attorney and a co-founder of a venture-backed startup that […]

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Baidu Cloud launches its open-source edge computing platform

Posted on: January 18, 2019, in Blog

At CES, the Chinese tech giant Baidu today announced OpenEdge, its open-source edge computing platform. At its core, OpenEdge is the local package component of Baidu’s existing Intelligent Edge (BIE) commercial offering and obviously plays well with that service’s components for managing edge nodes and apps. Because this is obviously a developer announcement, I’m not […]

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Hire faster, work happier: Startups target employment with AI and engagement tools

Posted on: January 17, 2019, in Blog

Joanna Glasner At present, even AI boosters don’t tout the technology as a cure-all for troubles plaguing the talent recruitment space. While it’s true humans are biased and flawed when it comes to evaluating job candidates, artificially intelligent software suffers from many of the same bugs. For instance, Amazon scrapped its AI recruiting tool developed in-house because […]

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IBM unveils its first commercial quantum computer

Posted on: January 17, 2019, in Blog

At CES, IBM today announced its first commercial quantum computer for use outside of the lab. The 20-qubit system combines into a single package the quantum and classical computing parts it takes to use a machine like this for research and business applications. That package, the IBM Q system, is still huge, of course, but […]

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