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. 1 The iPhone's new parental control may limit who can call children at specific times, send text messages, and send FaceTime messages the day. These restrictions apply to calls, messages, and FaceTime.
In practice this means that parents can prevent their child from sending text messages to friends late at night or on school day. In addition, parents can remotely manage the child's iCloud contacts.
. 2 Pear, whose operations are being closely tracked in the initial phase, has just raised $ 1
3. Uber guarantees space for skis and snowboards with the Uber Ski feature
From December 17, in selected cities, an Uber ski icon will be displayed in the app, with the passengers riding a ride with confirmed extra space or a ski / Snowboard carrier can order. Nundu Janakiram, Uber's Head of Rider Experience, said he expects more features like this.
. 4 Accel and Index back Tines, while the Cybersecurity startup adds another $ 11 million to its Series A, can focus on other high-priority work.
. 5 How Station F Strengthens the French Technology Ecosystem
Three years after the unveiling of Station F in Disrupt, her director Roxanne Varza returned to our stage to release an update on the world's largest startup campus which meanwhile 1,000 companies are working.
. 6 Hyperproof wants to simplify compliance with DSGVO and other regulations.
While companies are trying to figure out compliance with regulations such as DSGVO, ISO or Sarbanes Oxley, Hyperproof brings a new product to the market for workflows that allow them to ensure regulatory compliance can be more organized.
. 7 Launch of & # 39; Dear Sophie & # 39 ;, a counseling column for US immigrant clerks
Dear Sophie, is a collaborative forum hosted by Extra Crunch and curated by Sophie Alcorn, which is a specialist attorney for the Public Prosecutor's Office Immigration and Nationality Law is approved by the California Board of Legal Specialization.