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Republican antitrust bill would block all big tech acquisitions – TechCrunch

[ad_1] There are about to be a lot of antitrust bills taking aim at big tech, and here’s one more. Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) rolled out a new bill this week that would take some severe measures to rein in big tech’s power, blocking mergers and acquisitions outright. The “Trust-Busting for the Twenty-First Century Act”
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Risk startup LogicGate confirms data breach – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Risk and compliance startup LogicGate has confirmed a data breach. But unless you’re a customer, you probably didn’t hear about it. An email sent by LogicGate to customers earlier this month said on February 23 an unauthorized third-party obtained credentials to its Amazon Web Services-hosted cloud storage servers storing customer backup files for its
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CMU teaches its snake robot to swim – TechCrunch

[ad_1] The snake robot has been something of an institution in the Carnegie Mellon robotics labs. Every time I visit the school, the biomimetic robot has seemingly learned a new trick. This week, the school announced it has added swimming to the list. Testing actually began last month in one of CMU’s pools, with the
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Facebook tests video speed dating events with ‘Sparked’ – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Facebook confirmed it’s testing a video speed-dating app called Sparked, after the app’s website was spotted by The Verge. Unlike dating app giants such as Tinder, Sparked users don’t swipe on people they like or direct message others. Instead, they cycle through a series of short video dates during an event to make connections
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Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 is filling up fast. Apply today. – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Startup Alley — the very name conjures up images of early-stage startups demonstrating game-changing products, platforms and services to thousands of Disrupt attendees and industry influencers. It’s where you’ll find envelope pushing and boundary breaking going down. If you’re busy shoving envelopes and busting down boundaries, don’t miss your chance to exhibit in Startup
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JXL turns Jira into spreadsheets – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Atlassian’s Jira is an extremely powerful issue tracking and project management tool, but it’s not the world’s most intuitive piece of software either. Spreadsheets, on the other hand, are pretty much the de facto standard for managing virtually anything in a business. It’s maybe no surprise then that there are already a couple of
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1Password acquires SecretHub and launches new enterprise secrets management tool – TechCrunch

[ad_1] 1Password, the password management service that competes with the likes of LastPass and BitWarden, today announced a major push beyond the basics of password management and into the infrastructure secrets management space. To do so, the company has acquired secrets management service SecretHub and is now launching its new 1Password Secrets Automation service. 1Password
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Deeplite raises $6M seed to deploy ML on edge with fewer compute resources – TechCrunch

[ad_1] One of the issues with deploying a machine learning application is that it tends to be expensive and highly compute intensive.  Deeplite, a startup based in Montreal, wants to change that by providing a way to reduce the overall size of the model, allowing it to run on hardware with far fewer resources. Today,
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Tech talent can thrive in the public sector but government must invest in it – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Josh Mendelsohn Contributor Josh Mendelsohn is the founder and managing partner of Hangar, a public sector investment firm focused on building and scaling innovative startups. Building, scaling and launching new tools and products is the lifeblood of the technology sector. When we consider these concepts today, many think of Big Tech and flashy startups,
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Getlabs, an at-home medical labs company, launches with a $3 million raise – TechCrunch

[ad_1] When you’re not feeling well and your doctor asks you to get labs drawn, you know that can increase the time between a diagnosis and care. But Getlabs, a company that brings the lab to you with its at-home, blood-drawing service, is aiming to eliminate that friction, and today announced a $3 million seed
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