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Amazon launches its first Amazon Air regional hub in Europe

Amazon launches its first Amazon Air regional hub in Europe Amazon has officially started operations at its first European Amazon Air hub, based out of the Leipzig/Halle Airport in Germany. The new facility spans 20,000 square meters (65,600 square feet) and will host two Amazon-branded Boeing 737-800 aircraft, brining the company’s total operational air fleet […]

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As investors and founders mature, Vienna emerges as a European startup hub

As investors and founders mature, Vienna emerges as a European startup hub According to Austrian Startup Monitor, entrepreneurs have founded more than 2,200 startups in Austria since 2008, with the number of tech companies growing 12% per year since then, significantly faster than the 3% growth rate for traditional companies. Home to roughly 50% of […]

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Mental health startup eQuoo will be distributed by Unilever in new global youth campaign

Mental health startup eQuoo will be distributed by Unilever in new global youth campaign Last December (yes, in the before-times) UK-based mental health startup eQuoo had a round of announcements, becoming the NHS approved mental health game, as well as signing Barmer, the largest insurance company in Germany, as a client. It’s now been selected […]

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Facebook launches a climate change information center and commits to eliminating ‘scope 3’ emissions by 2030

Facebook launches a climate change information center and commits to eliminating ‘scope 3’ emissions by 2030 Even as Facebook, the world’s largest social media platform, admits that climate change “is real” and that “the science is unambiguous and the need to act grows more urgent by the day” the platform appears unwilling to take steps […]

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Fairphone’s new flagship, the 3+, costs just €70 as a modular upgrade

Fairphone’s new flagship, the 3+, costs just €70 as a modular upgrade Dutch social enterprise, Fairphone, has moved a little closer to the sustainability dream of a circular economy by announcing the launch of a modular upgrade for its flagship smartphone. The backwards compatible hardware units mean users of last year’s Fairphone 3 only need […]

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Ford, Bosch and Bedrock announce an automated valet parking garage in Detroit

Ford, Bosch and Bedrock announce an automated valet parking garage in Detroit Ford, Bosch and Bedrock Technologies today announced an automated valet parking demonstration in downtown Detroit. This system is designed to allow drivers to exit a vehicle and the vehicle would park itself in the parking structure. Systems in a Ford Escape test vehicle […]

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Xiaomi reports 3.1% revenue growth in Q2 despite restricted production in India

Xiaomi reports 3.1% revenue growth in Q2 despite restricted production in India Xiaomi reported a revenue of $7.77 billion for the quarter that ended in June this year, up 3.1% since the same period last year and up 7.7% over the previous quarter as the Chinese smartphone maker sees recovery in most of its overseas […]

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Omio takes $100M to shuttle through the coronavirus crisis

Omio takes 0M to shuttle through the coronavirus crisis Multimodal travel platform Omio (formerly GoEuro) has raised $100M in late stage funding to help see its business through the coronavirus crisis. It also says it’s eyeing potential M&A opportunities within the hard-hit sector. New and existing investors in the Berlin -based startup participated in the […]

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With technology to perfect product pitches in digital marketplaces Pattern raises $52 million

With technology to perfect product pitches in digital marketplaces Pattern raises million Pattern, a Lehi, Utah-based reseller that offers large and small brands a way to optimize their sales on marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Walmart and Google Shopping, has raised $52 million in growth funding, the company said. The money, from Ainge Advisory and KSV […]

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Legal clouds gather over US cloud services, after CJEU ruling

Legal clouds gather over US cloud services, after CJEU ruling In the wake of yesterday’s landmark ruling by Europe’s top court — striking down a flagship transatlantic data transfer framework called Privacy Shield, and cranking up the legal uncertainty around processing EU citizens’ data in the U.S. in the process — Europe’s lead data protection […]

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