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Waco offers a surprising look at a real tragedy – TechCrunch

“Waco,” a Paramount Network series that recently started streaming on Netflix, dramatizes the tragic clash between the FBI, the ATF and the Branch Davidians in real life. Some of your original content podcast moderators had a vague idea of ​​what actually happened in Waco, Texas in 1993. And we were all surprised that the Zweig Davidian cult was portrayed as …

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The Air Force gives a rare glimpse of the research that is in orbit in its X-37B spacecraft – TechCrunch

The X-37B spacecraft sounds like something from a science fiction novel, and its mysterious past is just as impressive. What is the military doing? put in this long-term orbital vehicle? It turns out that it’s the kind of neat, but not mind-blowing science you’d expect in something like that – though solar-powered measles to do sounds pretty cool. Also known …

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VC’s largest funds rely on vertical B2B marketplaces – TechCrunch

While losing weight Days of the first dotcom boom saw some of the largest venture capitalists invest in marketplaces and directories, the sole function of which was to consolidate information and promote transparency in industries that had been opaque for decades. The thesis was that thousands of small companies manufacture specialized products that are consumed by larger companies in large …

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Uber Eats grew like hell in the first quarter, but Uber still lost nearly $ 3 billion – TechCrunch

Before his earnings report today, Uber shares rose around 11%, supported by a number of Lyft’s financial results and promises that investors highly valued. This optimism flooded Uber. However, today after the bell, the global giant reported its own financial results. Analysts had expected a loss of $ 0.83 per share compared to $ 3.51 billion in sales, although the …

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This early Facebook investor wants smart students to find a job at the next Facebook TechCrunch

For many college seniors, school is a time of self-exploration, considering options and thinking about the future at a leisurely pace. However, this is rarely the case with computer engineering students who either attend the best universities in the world or advance to the top of their classes. Almost immediately after choosing their courses in the first week of school, …

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Activ Surgical Introduces Visualization Technology to Make Operations Safer – TechCrunch

After funding $ 25 million and three years of development, the Boston-based medical device and software development company Activ Surgical is launching its first product, the company said yesterday. The company’s ActivEdge platform, an artificial intelligence and machine learning software system that uses data from a hardware attachment that attaches to existing surgical devices, is designed to provide real-time information …

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Adtech breaks pandemic because of UK data protection regulator TechCrunch

The corona virus has an unexpected benefit for the ad tech industry. The UK data protection authority has interrupted an investigation into the industry’s processing of personal data of Internet users. A targeted suspension of data protection supervision is appropriate due to disruptions for companies as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO )’s investigation …

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