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Kepler Launches Two Batch Nanosatellites on SpaceX's Falcon 9 – TechCrunch

Small satellite startup Kepler Communications is working with SpaceX to realize its delivery goals for its first nanosatellite constellation. SpaceX will transport two separate batches of Kepler nano-satellites aboard its Falcon 9 launchers. Kepler Communications, a Toronto-based space startup, will build a low-power, satellite-based network with direct IoT connectivity, a higher-capacity network operating on the same satellites to provide high-speed …

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Is Facebook dead for Gen Z? – TechCrunch

Other Contributions by this Contributor What VidCon means for the future of social media platforms Justine Moore Associate Justine Moore is a venture investor at CRV and co-founder of Cardinal Ventures alongside her sister Olivia. See more posts by this author What VidCon means for the future of social media platforms Facebook writes – The platform is rapidly losing market …

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Samsung has sold 1 million Galaxy Fold Smartphones – TechCrunch

Samsung Electronic's president, Young Sohn, today announced at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin that it has sold 1 million foldable Galaxy Fold smartphones. Estimates from October put the sale at this time to 500,000 units. "And I think it's about selling [million] of these products [a]," Sohn said. "There are one million people who want to use this product for $ 2,000." …

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Chatbots shed light on the trillions dollar potential of machine learning – TechCrunch

Gustavo Parés Contributor Gustavo Parés is the CEO of NDS Cognitive Labs, a leading provider of solutions for Cognitive Computing and AI Business. He is a professor at the Instituto Tecnológico y Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) and works with Microsoft, IBM and Google to provide digital transformation and cognitive technology services. The Potential of Artificial Intelligence in Global Industry …

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The IPO is open – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back To our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between. This morning we're digging into the IPO market did to other companies hoping to go public. There's some good news out today for late-stage startups looking to debut – along with a few impending tests regarding the market's appetite for …

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Conductors buy back their company from WeWork – TechCrunch

It's been less than two years since WeWork announced the acquisition of the SEO and content marketing company Conductor – but these two years were, to say the least, bumpy. The IPO led to the demise of CEO Adam Neumann. which delayed the IPO indefinitely. The company said it was considering selling the Q and Conductor-managed affiliates Meetup. In fact, …

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Augury Gathers Another $ 8 Million to Predict AI Mechanical Failures

Can mechanical anomalies in an internal combustion engine, a blower or a pneumatic press be deduced from the noise that they generate on their own? As it turns out, yes – and with great precision. Patterns embedded in the noise convey valuable information, some of which predict problems. Inspired by this idea, software developer Gal Shaul and analog signal processing …

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Bill.com's IPO awards are good news for unprofitable startups – TechCrunch

Bill.com, the business-to-business payment company, has valued its current IPO at over $ 22 per share. The company, which sells 9.82 million shares under its offering, will receive approximately $ 216 million, worth approximately $ 1.6 billion. The company's initial public offering price is set in a somewhat uncertain time for unprofitable companies that want to go public. After the …

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