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Qwilr, which turns boring business documents into attractive websites, raises $1.5M

Qwilr, an Australian startup that helps companies turn boring PDFs and other static sales documents into attractive websites, has grabbed $1.5 million to develop its product and expand its global reach. Sydney-based Qwilr raised $500,000 from Sydney Seed Fund and Macdoch Ventures in 2015, but its new financing is provided by Germany’s Point Nine, a […]

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Samsung Buys Car And Audio Part Maker Harmen For 8 Million USD

Samsung Electronics is all set to acquire Harman International Industries. The latter is a reputed audio equipment and connected automobile parts manufacturer based in the USA. With this deal, the Korean technology giant aims to foray into the car industry. The entire equity value of the acquisition is $8 billion US Dollars. This makes it […]

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Microsoft Surface Studio all-in-one Rivals the Apple Mac

Microsoft Surface Studio is a brand new high-end all-in-one desktop. This was launched just today at Microsoft’s New York event. The latest PC sports an astounding design along with some intense hardware specifications. The Microsoft Surface Studio will surely give a great competition to the hugely popular Apple iMacs. The new desktop is a limited […]

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Hands-on with Microsoft’s Surface Studio

We knew Microsoft was launching a new Surface device at today’s big Windows 10 event. And we had caught wind that the newest entry in the company’s in-house hybrid would be an all-in-one of some sort – something along the lines of a Windows version of the iMac. What we didn’t see coming, however, was how […]

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Cook ‘not sure’ Apple will meet iPhone 7 Plus demand by the end of the year

Apple is working to match the demand for the iPhone 7 Plus as best as it can, but it might not meet all the demand by the end of the year, CEO Tim Cook said on the investor call discussing its fourth-quarter earnings. “It’s hard to say,” Cook said in response to an investor question […]

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Twitter decides to release earnings while most of us are sleeping because reasons

A lot of the industry watchers that follow Twitter are out  on the West Coast, where the company is based. And for good reason! The Twitter diaspora exists in a large force out here and are great to keep in touch with in order to keep context, and it’s important to be in general geographic […]

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Facebook plans to reduce censorship, show more offensive but newsworthy content

Facebook will soon display more graphic content including violence and nudity that would normally violate its policies as long as the imagery is newsworthy or important enough. Joel Kaplan, Facebook’s VP of global policy writes “Our intent is to allow more images and stories without posing safety risks or showing graphic images to minors and […]

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New Russian project ‘VERSO’ will detect a face in any TV channel in real-time

These days you tend to hear about Russia in terms of its government hacking the US election. But some canny Russian developers have put their skills to something more productive: monitoring the TV appearances of world leaders. A team of Russian developers have released an AI powered algorithm that tracks all world leaders activities in […]

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Apple Reportedly Talks About Investing In McLaren

According to Financial Times, Apple has approached the British carmaker McLaren to discuss about a possible acquisition or to investment into the brand. It is also said that the talks have been happening for months now. McLaren has been a known name when it comes to Formula One racing and the team has been among […]

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How startups can use data to grow smarter

Tech investing isn’t what it used to be — even compared to six months ago. Investors are applying greater scrutiny to deals. Many wonder if the days of the mega round that produced the likes of Snapchat, Uber and Magic Leap arefading quickly. Founders are realizing they can’t favor growth over profitability, or vice-versa — […]

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