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Panoply raises $10M for its cloud data platform

Panoply raises M for its cloud data platform Panoply, a platform that makes it easier for businesses to set up a data warehouse and analyze that data with standard SQL queries, today announced that it has raised an additional $10 million in funding from Ibex Investors and C5 Capital. This brings the total funding in […]

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Google Maps gets improved Live View AR directions

Google Maps gets improved Live View AR directions Google today announced a few updates to Live View, the augmented reality walking directions in its Google Maps app that officially launched last year. Live View uses your phone’s camera and GPS to tell you exactly where to go, making it a nice addition to the standard […]

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Coinbase UX teardown: 5 fails and how to fix them

Coinbase UX teardown: 5 fails and how to fix them Digital currency exchange Coinbase has probably done more than most to push cryptocurrencies closer to the mainstream, earning an $8 billion valuation by private investors along the way. The company is reportedly eyeing a public listing next year, and is inarguably doing a lot of […]

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United Airlines is making COVID-19 tests available to passengers, powered in part by Color

United Airlines is making COVID-19 tests available to passengers, powered in part by Color There’s still no clear path back to any sense of ‘business-as-usual’ as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, but United Airlines is embarking on a new pilot project to see if easy access to COVID-19 testing immediately prior to a flight can help […]

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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 Alexander Lukashenko. Lukashenko […]

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Microsoft launches a deepfake detector tool ahead of US election

Microsoft launches a deepfake detector tool ahead of US election Microsoft has added to the slowly growing pile of technologies aimed at spotting synthetic media (aka deepfakes) with the launch of a tool for analyzing videos and still photos to generate a manipulation score. The tool, called Video Authenticator, provides what Microsoft calls “a percentage […]

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Decrypted: Uber’s former security chief charged, FBI’s ‘vishing’ warning

Decrypted: Uber’s former security chief charged, FBI’s ‘vishing’ warning A lot happened in cybersecurity over the past week. The University of Utah paid almost half a million dollars to stop hackers from leaking sensitive student data after a ransomware attack. Two major ATM makers patched flaws that could’ve allowed for fraudulent cash withdrawals from vulnerable […]

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As the pandemic creates supply chain chaos, Craft raises $10M to apply some intelligence

As the pandemic creates supply chain chaos, Craft raises M to apply some intelligence During the COVID-19 pandemic supply chains have suddenly become hot. Who knew that would ever happen? The race to secure PPE, ventilators, minor things like food, was and still is, an enormous issue. But perhaps, predictably, the world of ‘supply chain […]

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Digitizing Burning Man

Digitizing Burning Man For decades, Burning Man has represented an escape from the current reality. An event for free-er spirits to rethink new age ideals inside a stateless entity where art, music and partying reign supreme on the desert plains. Over the years, the Bay Area-founded event has dealt with an internal clash as the […]

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A new technique can detect newer 4G ‘stingray’ cell phone snooping

A new technique can detect newer 4G ‘stingray’ cell phone snooping Security researchers say they have developed a new technique to detect modern cell-site simulators. Cell site simulators, known as “stingrays,” impersonate cell towers and can capture information about any phone in its range — including in some cases calls, messages and data. Police secretly […]

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