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A Plague Tale: Innocence – PS5, Xbox Series X|S & Nintendo Switch Official Launch Trailer

Watch the new trailer for A Plague Tale: Innocence and follow the story of Amicia and her little brother Hugo along a heartrending excursion through the darkest hours of history. Asobo Studio and Focus Home Interactive have announced that the enhanced version of A Plague Tale: Innocence is now available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox […]

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ServiceNow leaps into applications performance monitoring with Lightstep acquisition

This morning ServiceNow announced that it was acquiring Lightstep, an works execution monitoring startup that has raised over $70 million, according to Crunchbase data. The companies did not share the acquisition price. ServiceNow wants to take advantage of Lightstep’s capabilities to enhance its IT operations offerings. With Lightstep, the company should be able to provide […]

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ReleaseHub nabs $2.7M seed to give developers on-demand environments

Every developer relies on environments like testing, placing and production as they build application, but constructing them can be a time-consuming operation. ReleaseHub, an early stage startup that was part of the Y Combinator Winter 2020 cohort, wants to change that by providing a service to see environments available on demand. Today, the company announced […]

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Wasabi scores $112M Series C on $700M valuation to take on cloud storage hyperscalers

Taking on Amazon S3 in the vapour storage recreation would seem to be a fool-hearty proposition, but Wasabi has attained a mode to build storage cheaply and pass the savings onto purchasers. Today the Boston-based startup announced a $112 million Series C speculation on a $700 million valuation. Fidelity Management& Research Company extended the round […]

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Once VMware is free from Dell, who might fancy buying it?

TechCrunch has spilled much digital ink moving the fate of VMware since it was brought to Dell’s orbit thanks to the latter company’s epic purchase of EMC in 2016 for $58 billion. That busines saddled the well-known Texas tech company with ponderous obligations. Because the deal left VMware a public busines, albeit one controlled by […]

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Google Cloud launches Apigee X, the next generation of its API management platform

Google today announced the launching of Apigee X, the next major freeing of the Apgiee API management platform it acquired back in 2016. ” If you look at what’s happening — especially after the pandemic started in March last year — the work of digital undertakings has been an increase in every kind of industry, […]

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What Andy Jassy’s promotion to Amazon CEO could mean for AWS

Blockbuster news struck late this afternoon when Amazon announced that Jeff Bezos would be stepping back as CEO of Amazon, the company he built from a business in his garage to worldwide behemoth. As he takes on the role of executive chairman, his substitution are likely to be none other than AWS CEO Andy Jassy. […]

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Salesforce promotes former Vlocity CEO David Schmaier to president and CPO

Last year I penned a post positing that Salesforce’s propensity to purchase mature enterprise business not only specified new technology, but was also helping to produce a abundance of director talent. As though to prove my moment, the company announced today that it was promoting former Vlocity CEO David Schmaier to chairperson and principal commodity […]

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Extra Crunch roundup: Edtech VC survey, 5 founder mistakes, fintech liquidity, more

Edtech is so widespread, we already need more consumer-friendly nomenclature to describe the products, services and implements it encompasses. I know someone who reads narrations to their grandchildren on two continents via Zoom each weekend. Is that “edtech?” Similarly, many Netflix subscribers tried out online chess coaches after watching” The Queen’s Gambit ,” but I […]

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Pinecone lands $10M seed for purpose-built machine learning database

Pinecone, a new startup from the tribes who helped launch Amazon SageMaker, has built a vector database that generates data in a specialized format to help build machine learning employments faster, something that was previously exclusively accessible to the largest groups. Today the company came out of stealth with a new produce and announced a […]

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