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Steam can finally help you choose the game you want to play next.

Valve added another Steam Labs experiment to Steam. The latest new feature for the transition from beta to live product is “Experiment 008: Play Next”. This tool suggests games from your library that use your habits and machine learning. Maybe now you can finally overcome this shame. (Spoiler: you won’t.) You can now find Play Next on Steam as long …

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Immunai wants to map the entire immune system and has raised $ 20 million in seed capital for this – TechCrunch

Over the past two years, Immunai’s founding team has been secretly working on developing a new technology to map each patient’s immune system. Immunai was founded by Noam Solomon, a postdoctoral student trained at Harvard and MIT and former Palantir engineer, Luis Voloch, and emerged from the interest of the two men in computer biology and systems engineering. When the …

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Microsoft acquires Metaswitch Networks to expand its Azure 5G strategy – TechCrunch

Just a few weeks after the announcement of a contract to acquire 5G specialist Affirmed Networks, Microsoft is making another acquisition to strengthen its cloud-based telecommunications offering. The company acquires Metaswitch Networks, a UK-based provider of cloud-based communications products used by network operators and network providers (customers include BT in the UK, Sprint and the RINA virtual network consortium. The …

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Trump extends the Huawei / ZTE ban by another year – TechCrunch

Donald Trump signed an extension of last year’s national emergency statement this week to prevent trade with certain overseas telecommunications companies. The extension takes place almost a year after the first appointment, this time until May 2021. According to the original language, the regulation relies on the International Emergency Economic Powers Act to “address the threat posed by the unrestricted …

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Forget sourdough, these sisters are starting a starter to create authentic Asian food – TechCrunch

For immigrants to the United States, representation can be complex, celebrated, and often feel like a mix of the two. That is exactly why the sister duo Vanessa and Kim Pham Omsom came into being, a seed-based food startup that sells packaged “starters” to create authentic Asian dishes at home. The appetizer contains sauce, spices, and flavors, and the co-founders …

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Cruise fires 8% of the workforce in the middle of COVID-19 and uses engineering resources – TechCrunch

Cruise, GM’s self-driving car subsidiary, which is also supported by the SoftBank Vision Fund, Automakers Honda and T. Rowe Price & Associates today lay off nearly 8% of their more than 1,800 employees to cut costs during the COVID-19 pandemic. The layoffs affect employees in Cruise’s product, marketing, and carpool businesses. This comes from a memo sent by Cruise CEO …

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