Checkout
Cart: £0.00 - (0 items )

Carbon Health raises $100 million with plans to expand pop-up clinics ahead of COVID-19 vaccination programs

Carbon Health raises 0 million with plans to expand pop-up clinics ahead of COVID-19 vaccination programs Carbon Health has raised a $100 million Series C funding round, led by Dragoneer Investment Group and including participation from prior investors Brookfield Technology Partners, DCVC and Builders VC. This funding will be used to help the SF-based healthcare […]

Read More

Roblox to host its first virtual concert, featuring Lil Nas X

Roblox to host its first virtual concert, featuring Lil Nas X Roblox this morning announced a partnership with Columbia Records that will allow it to bring a virtual concert experience featuring Lil Nas X to its gaming platform. Notably, this will be Roblox’s first-ever virtual concert, and follows similar events that have been held during […]

Read More

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. […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More

Netflix tests a programmed linear TV and movie channel in France

Netflix tests a programmed linear TV and movie channel in France Netflix is testing out a programmed linear content channel, similar to what you get with standard broadcast and cable TV, for the first time (via Variety). The streaming company will still be streaming said channel – it’ll be accessed via Netflix’s browser-based website – […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More

DOJ says it seized over $1 billion in bitcoin from the Silk Road drugs marketplace

DOJ says it seized over billion in bitcoin from the Silk Road drugs marketplace Two days ago, about $1 billion worth of bitcoin that had sat dormant since the seizure of the Silk Road marketplace in 2013, one of the biggest underground drug websites on the dark web, suddenly changed hands. Who took it? Mystery […]

Read More

Dear Sophie: How will this election nail-biter affect immigration?

Dear Sophie: How will this election nail-biter affect immigration? Sophie Alcorn Contributor Share on Twitter Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their […]

Read More

TikTok takes down election misinformation aimed at younger users

TikTok takes down election misinformation aimed at younger users TikTok confirmed today it has taken down videos spreading election misinformation that had been posted to two high-profile Republican-supporting accounts, The Republican Hype House and The Republican Boys. The accounts, popular with young, conservative voters, reach more than a million followers combined, and have the potential […]

Read More

Election Day was largely free from disruptive cyberattacks, as efforts shift to combating misinformation

Election Day was largely free from disruptive cyberattacks, as efforts shift to combating misinformation Polls closed in the U.S. presidential election on Tuesday without any significant or disruptive cyberattacks, according to cybersecurity officials and experts. Election Day wasn’t without its problems. Some voting machines in Nevada and Texas went down but were quickly back up […]

Read More

Back to top