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IFA 2021 Has Been Officially Cancelled

For the past several years, around the third quarter of its first year, IFA is held. This is an annual episode held in Berlin that companies use to showcase new technology, brand-new gadgets, and other improvements in engineering. Unfortunately, if you were hoping to attend the event this year, you’ll be disappointed to learn that […]

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Will.i.am Debuts A Futuristic Face Mask With HEPA Filters

Based on what we know about the coronavirus and the inoculations, there is a good chance that cover-up wearing could be something we’ll have to practice for the years to come. So much so that we’re starting to see corporations has come forward with more environmentally-friendly mixtures compared to the one-time use masks that are […]

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Google to add Covid-19 vaccine information panels to Search

Google announced today it’s introducing a brand-new hunting peculiarity that will surface a roster of approved vaccines in users’ orientation, as well as informational bodies about each individual vaccine. The facet is first being launched in the U.K ., which earlier this month gave emergency authorization to the BioNTech/ Pfizer coronavirus inoculation. The corporation says […]

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AstraZeneca says it will likely do another study of COVID-19 vaccine after accidental lower dose shows higher efficacy

AstraZeneca’s CEO told Bloomberg that the pharmaceutical companionship will likely conduct another world-wide trouble of the efficiency of its COVID-1 9 vaccine trouble, following the disclosure that the more effective dosage in the existing Phase 3 clinical contest was actually administered by accident. AstraZeneca and its partner the University of Oxford reported interim arises that […]

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Cough-scrutinizing AI shows major promise as an early warning system for COVID-19

Asymptomatic spread of COVID-1 9 is a huge contributor to the pandemic, but of course if there are no symptoms, how can anyone tell they should isolate or get a test? MIT investigate has found that hidden in the racket of coughings is a pattern that subtly, but reliably, crisscross a person as likely to […]

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Emerging companies thrive on data. Shouldn’t they use it to improve hiring decisions?

Zoe Jervier Hewitt Contributor Share on Twitter Zoe Jervier Hewitt is a leadership manager and flair marriage at multi-stage VC store EQT Ventures, where she helps portfolio fellowships organize and accelerate their search for talent by facilitating connections to the right technology and people required to source candidates at each stage of company growth. While […]

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This Labor Day, spare a thought for the workers who made your doorstep delivery possible

Arjuna Costa Contributor Arjuna Costa is cooperating at Omidyar Network and early stage investor in Ruma. More berths by this help Tech craftsmen looking to make a difference in all countries of the world should gift their skills A few weeks ago, I bought a exploited paperback mystery for$ 3 via a small online bookseller. […]

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What pandemic? Inside Boston’s scorching VC summer

Filled with innovation laboratories, co-working spaces and students, Boston has a ton of entrepreneurial characteristics baked into its DNA. However, when the coronavirus swept through the country, the area’s startup scene was stress-tested as badly as other managerial centres. Could Boston’s startups still thrive without the city’s robust in-person ecosystems? Last month, we answered this […]

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COVID-19 is driving demand for low-code apps

Now that the great Y Combinator run is behind us, we’re returning to a topic many of you really seem to care about: no-code and low-code apps and their development. We’ve explored the theme a few times recently, once from a venture-capital perspective, and another time building from a chat with the CEO of Claris, […]

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IFA’s executive director discusses why the tech show must go on

In June, the CTA announced that CES 2021 would go forward in-person. The phenomenon was set to have slipped under the wire — having narrowly by-passed a COVID-1 9-related shutdown two years in a row. A month last-minute, however, its organizers overruled route, announcing the January show was going virtual. Disappointing, perhaps, but not surprising. […]

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