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The FDA approves a ventilator developed by JPL of NASA for emergencies during COVID-19 treatment – TechCrunch

The U.F. Food and drug administration (FDA) has approved a new ventilator developed by engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. for emergencies according to the agency’s COVID 19 guidelines. The ventilator, which has an acronym because it is NASA, is called “VITAL” (locally available ventilator intervention technology) and will be used free of charge and under license for the duration …

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How this startup was built and ended on Twitter in 1,219 days – TechCrunch

Until summer Marie Outtier worked as an advisor for eight years in 2016, advising media agencies and martech companies on their strategy for marketing growth. Pierre-Jean “PJ” Camillieri started out as a music software engineer before moving to one of Apple’s consumer electronics divisions. Inspired by Siri, he went to found Timista. a smart lifestyle assistant. When the two joined …

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Smart home startup Josh.ai is raising $ 11 million to offer an alternative for home assistants to Alexa – TechCrunch

The direct takeover of Google and Amazon generally appears to be a poorly advised strategy for a young startup. It’s even more complicated if you step up to the front of home assistants, a technically complex, capital-intensive future platform in which both technology giants have invested considerable sums. In recent years, the small smart home startup Josh.ai has tried to …

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Cloud Foundry is once again focusing on the developer experience as it goes beyond the company – TechCrunch

The Cloud Foundry Foundation (CFF) has just gone through a major change in leadership. Managing Director Abby Kearns resigned after five years (and became CTO at Puppet), and CFF’s CTO Chip Childers took the lead in the organization. For the most part, these changes only accelerate some of the strategic steps the organization has taken in recent years. If you’re …

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Plantible raises $ 4.6 million for a non-Aquafaba protein replacement – TechCrunch

When California announced a nationwide ban, Tony Martens and Maurits van de Ven decided to stay there instead of returning to Amsterdam. So the co-founders of Plantible bought two caravans and lived in their headquarters: a two-acre duckweed farm in San Diego. Plantible uses duckweed, a tiny water leaf, to extract a vegetable protein component that eventually allows food companies …

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Apple and Google release their exposure notification API – TechCrunch

Apple and Google is asking developers for feedback on their contact tracking efforts. Facebook sees a “significant reduction” in ads and Microsoft makes life easier for IT managers. Here is your daily crisis for April 30, 2020. 1. Apple and Google release the first seed of the COVID-19 API for exposure notifications for developers of contact tracking apps This is …

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