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Dubai Airport stops flights after the drone – TechCrunch

Today, Dubai International Airport closed flights for about half an hour because a drone was sighted nearby. The flights were stopped at 10:13 am and 10:45 am due to "suspected drone activity". The arriving flights could still land. The airport's social team used Twitter to update the situation, stating, "The authorities warned that flying drones without permission under the laws …

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Renewal of Urban Unicorns – TechCrunch

Three cities, three dead urban unicorn renovation projects. In the last few days we had Foxconn authorization for Wisconsin, Amazon for Amazon for NYC and GE for Boston. Everyone followed the Anna Karenina principle, which says that any unfortunate economic development agreement in its own way is unfortunate: Foxconn was about trading tariffs and the slowing down of the iPhone …

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BRCK acquires ISPs EveryLayer and Surf to boost Africa's public Wi-Fi – TechCrunch

Africa Roundup: Zimbabwe's net blackout, Partech's $ 143M fund, Andela's $ 100M raise, Flutterwave's pivot Kenyan. Kenyan communications hardware company BRCK has acquired the assets of Nairobi based internet provider Surf and its US parent EveryLayer announced in a deal on the Internet. Based in Nairobi, Surf is a hotspot service provider. Brck is a five-year old venture that pairs …

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Samsung's new tablet features Bixby 2.0 – TechCrunch

Bixbys was on a number of phones and various devices. So far, however, the intelligent assistant from Samsung has been largely MIA on the company's tablets. Of course, I've never pretended to have the slightest idea of ​​corporate strategy. However, just before MWC and its own Unpacked (S10) event, the company has just dropped a bunch of information about the …

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Sight Diagnostics Raises $ 27.8 Million to Use the AI ​​for Blood Testing

Blood tests are generally uncomfortable – not to mention costs. On average, taking blood from a lab costs uninsured patients between $ 100 and $ 1,500. And in developing countries, where the necessary equipment is not always available, the additional costs threaten to drive up the price considerably. That's why Yossi Pollak, previously at Intel's subsidiary Mobileye, and Daniel Levner, …

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Amazon breaks off plans for New York HQ2

It's official: Amazon is no longer planning to bring 25,000 jobs to New York City last year. Amazon today released a statement stating that no head office is being built in New York. Amazon chose the Big Apple for a new campus as part of the search for a second headquarters that had been announced last year. The plan is …

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How to promote the community of your game in 2019

The relationship between brands and their audience has changed dramatically in recent years, and in 2019 will force gaming companies to adapt and grow in new ways. However, the ultimate goal of reaching consumers directly has not shifted, raising the question: how can your company maintain a direct relationship with consumers in the digital age? One possibility is to build …

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