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Renewable power represents almost 90% of total global power capacity added in 2020

Renewable power represents almost 90% of total global power capacity added in 2020 Bucking the slowdown in most of the power sector caused by responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, renewable energy actually grew in 2020, and will represent about 90% of the total power capacity added for the year, according to the International Energy Agency. […]

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Provizio closes $6.2M seed round for its car safety platform using sensors and AI

Provizio closes .2M seed round for its car safety platform using sensors and AI Provizio, a combination hardware and software startup with technology to improve car safety, has closed a seed investment round of $6.2million. Investors include Bobby Hambrick (the founder of Autonomous Stuff); the founders of Movidius; the European Innovation Council (EIC); ACT Venture […]

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Funded by Connect Ventures, Purple Dot plans to take on Klarna-style purchase debt

Funded by Connect Ventures, Purple Dot plans to take on Klarna-style purchase debt In recent times startups have appeared offering credit at an e-commerce basket checkout so that a customer can buy a product without needing to pay right away. Klarna or Clearpay are the two most notable in this field. But what if you […]

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WeWork employees used an alarmingly insecure printer password

WeWork employees used an alarmingly insecure printer password A shared user account used by WeWork employees to access printer settings and print jobs had an incredibly simple password — so simple that a customer guessed it. Jake Elsley, who works at a WeWork in London, said he found the user account after a WeWork employee […]

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Deci raises $9.1M to optimize AI models with AI

Deci raises .1M to optimize AI models with AI Deci, a Tel Aviv-based startup that is building a new platform that uses AI to optimized AI models and get them ready for production, today announced that it has raised a $9.1 million seed round led by Emerge and Square Peg. The general idea here is […]

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Apeel gets more cash to fight poverty and food insecurity in emerging markets with its food-preserving tech

Apeel gets more cash to fight poverty and food insecurity in emerging markets with its food-preserving tech In the first real test of the potentially transformative power of its food-preserving technology, the Santa Barbara, Calif.-based Apeel Sciences is bringing its innovative food treatment and supply chain management services to distribution centers in select markets in […]

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Water quality and distribution monitoring software Ketos raises $18 million

Water quality and distribution monitoring software Ketos raises million Water quality and logistics monitoring software Ketos has raised $15 million from a group of investors to take advantage of the growing demand for better water management tools and technologies. The potential for more stringent regulatory oversight of industrial water use and wastewater management from local, […]

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Pickle app puts on users, as millennials/Gen-Z latch onto location apps to fight Covid lockdowns

Pickle app puts on users, as millennials/Gen-Z latch onto location apps to fight Covid lockdowns As the coming of winter combined with the coronavirus continues to put new restrictions on peoples’ movements, location-based apps are on the rise again. People are looking to find out who is close to them. Who is in their community. […]

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Stotles secures funding for platform which brings transparency to government tenders, contracts

Stotles secures funding for platform which brings transparency to government tenders, contracts The public sector usually publishes its business opportunities in the form of ‘tenders,’ to increase transparency to the public. However, this data is scattered, and larger businesses have access to more information, giving them opportunities to grab contracts before official tenders are released. […]

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U.S. charges Russian hackers blamed for Ukraine power outages and the NotPetya ransomware attack

U.S. charges Russian hackers blamed for Ukraine power outages and the NotPetya ransomware attack Six Russian intelligence officers accused of launching some of the “world’s most destructive malware” — including an attack that took down the Ukraine power grid in December 2015 and the NotPetya global ransomware attack in 2017 — have been charged by […]

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