Thursday, April 2, 2020

N26 exits UK market following Brexit – TechCrunch

German fintech startup N26 is shutting down its operations in the U.K. Customers who opened a bank account in the U.K. will have...

Caffeine inks exclusive agreement with Drake preps Ultimate Rap League for launch – TechCrunch

Two years after getting a $100 million commitment from 21st Century Fox to build a mobile-based live streaming platform that could compete...

NVIDIA VP Claire Delaunay will discuss empowering robotics startups at TC Sessions: Robotics+AI –...

Robotics, AI and automation are the future of business. This much seemingly everyone can agree on. Finding the resources to implement these technologies,...

Microsoft launches new dev tools for building Windows 10X dual-screen experiences – TechCrunch

At its Microsoft 365 Developer Day, Microsoft today debuted a number of new tools for developers who want to adapt their application...

Sixgill raises $15M to expand its dark web intelligence platform – TechCrunch

Sixgill, an Israeli cyberthreat intelligence company that specializes in monitoring the deep and dark web, today announced that it has raised a...

Nest to require two-factor authentication starting this spring – TechCrunch

Google Nest, the smart home brand for Google’s line of smart speakers, thermostats, smoke detectors, and more, announced this morning that...

Aptiv’s self-driving cars have given 100,000 paid rides on the Lyft app – TechCrunch

What started out as a temporary pilot project to test a robotaxi service in Las Vegas has turned into a multi-year partnership between...

A list of MWC coronavirus cancellations so far – TechCrunch

The world’s biggest mobile tradeshow, Mobile World Congress (MWC), is due to take place in Barcelona just under two weeks’ time, on...

MoEngage lands $25M for its mobile-first customer engagement platform – TechCrunch

MoEngage, a San Francisco and Bangalore-based startup that helps firms better understand their customers and improve their engagement, has raised $25 million...

Google’s head of human resources is stepping down – TechCrunch

Google’s head of human resources is resigning, the company announced today. Google said Eileen Naughton, who joined Google in 2006 and became...

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Christian Eidem, Chair of Life Materials, welcomed the recent report by the Swedish Water Board: “There is a growing demand for natural fabrics and that demand will continue to grow. But not all natural fabrics are the same.” Anders Finsson, the Senior Environmental Advisor of the Swedish Water & Wastewater Association (Svenskt Vatten), presented their findings at the recent Biocides conference in Vienna. The key finding in the report is that many so called green fabrics use metal, especially silver, to allow them to have less odour and therefore require fewer washes.