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Mehnaz Yasmin / Reuters: E-commerce marketing company Rokt says it raised a secondary funding round at a $2.4B valuation, up from $1.95B in December 2021, as it prepares for an IPO  —  Tech startup Rokt said on Monday it raised its valuation to $2.4 billion in a secondary funding round led by investment firm Square Peg …
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Kyle Wiggers / TechCrunch: Israel-based NeuReality, which is developing cost-effective AI inferencing chips and software, raised a $35M Series A led by Samsung Ventures and others  —  The growing demand for AI, particularly generative AI (i.e., AI that generates images, text and more), is supercharging the AI inferencing chip market.
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Rebecca Bellan / TechCrunch: Uber reaches a $10M settlement with the City of Chicago for listing restaurants in Uber Eats and Postmates without consent and charging excess commissions  —  Uber has agreed to a $10 million settlement with the City of Chicago for listing local restaurants in the Uber Eats …
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Jon Porter / The Verge: Google brings continuous scrolling to desktop in English in the US, loading six pages of results, following a similar change on mobile in October 2021  —  Google's search results on desktop will load in a continuous scroll instead of dividing into pages, the company has announced.
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Catherine Shu / TechCrunch: Singapore-based Osome, a “super app” for corporate services, raised a $25M Series B, after a $16M Series A in June 2021, and says it serves 11K+ companies  —  Osome is a financial admin platform that helps business owners with administrative tasks like payroll, accounting and tax reporting.
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Musk: "misunderstanding" over Twitter and the App Store is resolved.
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Long software support doesn’t matter if your phone is frustrating to use.
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Last month I participated in a panel discussion at Reviving London's Tech Scene event from London Tech Network. A lot of professionals from Meta, The Economist, Osedea, Beamery were present at this event. Our discussion focused on bridging the gap between technical and non-technical teams. Here are my key takeaways from this discussion.
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Variston IT fingerprints found in source code for advanced Chrome exploit.
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The SFPD is now authorized to use explosive robots when lives are at stake.
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"Production ready" neural net makes actors younger or older for film or TV.
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OnePlus and Samsung are now tied in having the longest update plans.
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