Thursday, April 2, 2020

INTERPOL General Assembly – Beijing

Digitpol's CEO Martin Coyne attends INTERPOL General Assembly in China Martin Coyne representing Launch Tech HQ is proud to be an exhibitor at the INTERPOL General...

Essential acquires email startup CloudMagic – TechCrunch

Andy Rubin’s Essential has acquired CloudMagic, makers of the Newton email app, for an undisclosed sum. The news, first reported this morning, has since...

CB Therapeutics’ lab-grown cannabinoids could unlock new medicines and make others affordable – TechCrunch

Marijuana may still be on shaky legal ground, but the therapeutic benefits of the psychoactive molecules — cannabinoids — inside the plant are...

Facebook staff discussed selling API access to apps in 2012-2014 – TechCrunch

Following a flopped IPO in 2012, Facebook desperately brainstormed new ways to earn money. An employee of unknown rank sent an internal...

Microsoft to acquire Xoxco as focus on AI and bot developers continues – TechCrunch

Microsoft has been all in on AI this year, and in the build versus buy equation, the company has been leaning heavily toward...

Digitpol Attending The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group 2018 Annual Meetings

Digitpol is attending the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group 2018 Annual Meetings, which will take place in Bali, Indonesia, from October...

TrueFacet, which sells pre-owned, authenticated watches and jewelry, is raising a $10 million round...

The secondary luxury goods market has been growing wildly in recent years, with more shoppers opting to both sell their lightly used luxury...

MIT’s recycling sorting robot can ‘feel’ the difference between materials – TechCrunch

RoCycle is, naturally, short for “recycling robot,” the latest offering out of MIT’s CSAIL lab. The pick and place ‘bot utilizes a unique...

Amazon debuts Showroom, a visual shopping experience for home furnishings – TechCrunch

Amazon just over a year ago launched its first in-home furniture brands, with private labels Rivet and Stone & Beam. This past fall,...

Disney+ streaming service will feature non-Disney content at launch – TechCrunch

Disney’s soon-to-launch streaming service and Netflix competitor, known as Disney+, will include non-Disney programming at launch, Disney CEO Bob Iger confirmed in a...

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