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Approaching commercialization for its autonomous radar nav system, Lunewave raises $7 million

Approaching commercialization for its autonomous radar nav system, Lunewave raises million Lunewave, the Arizona-based startup developing a novel technology for radars for autonomous vehicles, has raised $7 million in financing as it gets ready for the commercial rollout of its systems. The company’s latest financing came from Proeza entures, Blue 9 Capital, […]

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Bob Iger goes from managing Mickey to directing a milk replacement startup as new Perfect Day boardmember

Bob Iger goes from managing Mickey to directing a milk replacement startup as new Perfect Day boardmember Bob Iger, the chairman and former chief executive at Walt Disney is trading his mouse ears for milk substitutes as the new director of massively funded dairy replacement startup Perfect Day. Milk substitutes are a […]

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Don’t buy the hype: Free VPNs are bad for your privacy

Don’t buy the hype: Free VPNs are bad for your privacy VPNs are in high demand as Americans scramble to keep access to TikTok and WeChat amid a looming government ban. There are dozens of free VPNs out there that promise to protect your privacy by keeping you anonymous on the internet […]

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PandaDoc employees arrested in Belarus after founders protest against Lukashenko regime

PandaDoc employees arrested in Belarus after founders protest against Lukashenko regime Yesterday the four employees (pictured) of US-headquartered enterprise startup PandaDoc were arrested in Minsk by the Belarus police, in what appears to be an act of state-led retaliation, after the company’s founders joined protests against the 26 year-long regime of President […]

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Microsoft, Amazon back a SoCal company making microchips specifically for voice-based apps

Microsoft, Amazon back a SoCal company making microchips specifically for voice-based apps Microsoft’s venture capital fund, M12 Ventures has led a slew of strategic corporate investors backing a new chip developer out of Southern California called Syntiant, which makes semiconductors for voice recognition and speech-based applications. “We started out to build a […]

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New telemedicine service The Cusp rolls out at-home hormone test for women to predict menopause

New telemedicine service The Cusp rolls out at-home hormone test for women to predict menopause The Cusp, a newly launched startup offering telemedicine services for women in perimenopause and menopause, is launching an at-home hormone test service that slashes the cost of in-office visits and lab tests. Women in California can order […]

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Colin Kaepernick joins Medium board of directors and inks partnership publishing deal

Colin Kaepernick joins Medium board of directors and inks partnership publishing deal The online publishing platform Medium said that it has added former San Francisco 49ers quarterback and civil rights advocate Colin Kaepernick to its board of directors. The company also said it had inked a partnership agreement with Kaepernick to develop […]

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Bit Bio’s “enter button for the keyboard to the software of life” nabs the company $41.5 million

Bit Bio’s “enter button for the keyboard to the software of life” nabs the company .5 million Bit Bio, the new startup which pitches itself as the “enter button for the keyboard to the software of life” only needed three weeks to raise its latest $41.5 million round of funding. Originally known […]

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US intelligence bill takes aim at commercial spyware makers

US intelligence bill takes aim at commercial spyware makers A newly released draft intelligence bill, passed by the Senate Intelligence Committee last week, would require the government to detail the threats posed by commercial spyware and surveillance technology. The annual intelligence authorization bill, published Thursday, would take aim at private sector spyware […]

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Google says Iranian, Chinese hackers targeted Trump, Biden campaigns

Google says Iranian, Chinese hackers targeted Trump, Biden campaigns Google security researchers say they’ve identified efforts by at least two nation state-backed hackers against the Trump and Biden presidential campaigns. Shane Huntley, director for Google’s Threat Analysis Group, said in a tweet that hackers backed by China and Iran recently targeted the […]

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