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On-demand telehealth company Tyto Care adds Sanford Health, Itochu and Shenzhen Capital Group as strategic investors
TechCrunch

Tyto Care, a telehealth company that enables physicians to conduct on-demand remote exams, announced today that it has added $9 million to its Series C, bringing the round’s total to $33.5 million. The new funding comes from strategic investors Sanford Health… more…

More investors are betting on virtual influencers like Lil Miquela
TechCrunch

Brud, the company behind the virtual celebrity Lil Miquela, is now worth at least $125 million thanks to a new round of financing the company is currently closing. Meanwhile, new venture-backed companies like the superstealthy Shadows, SuperPlastic, and Toons… more…

Cloud Covered: 6 things you might have missed from Google Cloud last year
Blog.google

What was new with Google Cloud in 2018? Well, it depends on what particular cloud technology you’re interested in. There was plenty of news on the AI and machine learning front, along with developments on a variety of enterprise cloud components. The open clo… more…

Bug Squashers: 3 Debugging Tools To Consider
Makezine.com

With the rise of IoT and embedded devices, information security has never been more important. We trust these devices to track our habits, manage our data, move our money, and watch us sleep. Check out some of the tools that specialists use for debugging, and… more…

Get Started with In-Circuit Debugging
Makezine.com

Use a debugger to spy on your microcontroller code while it’s working Read more on MAKE The post Get Started with In-Circuit Debugging appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. more…

TSYS moves into point-of-sale with the launch of Vital POS (TSS, SQ)
Business Insider

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence " Payments Briefing " subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. US-based payment processor TSYS announced the launch of Vital POS, a new set of… more…

How Improving Website Performance Can Help Save The Planet
Smashingmagazine.com

You may not think about it often, but the Internet uses a colossal amount of electricity. This electricity needs to be produced somewhere. In most countries, this means the burning of fossil fuels. This, in turn, means that the Internet’s carbon footprint has… more…

Deep Discounts Yield Deep Reverse Engineering of Biotech Hardware
Hackaday.com

Hitting the electronic surplus shop is probably old hat to most of our readership. Somewhere, everyone’s got that little festering pile of hardware they’re definitely going to use some day. An old fax is one thing, but how would your partner feel if you took … more…

Lathe’s Tool Holder Holds a Rotary Tool
Hackaday.com

What is better than a tool? Two. What is better than two? Two tools tooling together. [tintek33] wanted a rotary tool to become an attachment on his mini lathe, the video is also below the break. Fortunately, Dremels and Proxxons are built to receive accessor… more…

Sharpest Color CRT Display is Monochrome Plus a Trick
Hackaday.com

I recently came across the most peculiar way to make a color CRT monitor. More than a few oscilloscopes have found their way on to my bench over the years, but I was particularly struck with a find from eBay. A quick look at the display reveals something a li… more…

Learn Ableton Live front-to-back with this online bundle
Boingboing.net

Looking for a career in music behind the boards, either as a music producer or DJ? It's a good bet that you're going to be working with Ableton Live. Each new iteration of this powerful workstation gives the user more tools to create, and it's just as well su… more…

Regular says she was banned from eating at the bar at Manhattan's fancy Nello restaurant because she might be a sex-worker
Boingboing.net

After marketing executive Clementine Crawford published an essay about being banned from eating at the bar at her favorite New York restaurant, Nello, because the owner (already notorious for labor abuses) was "cracking down on escorts" and had decreed that o… more…

China’s tropical island, Hainan, wants to be the top spot for foreign tech startups
Venturebeat.com

In the face of increased economic pressure from the U.S., China recently launched an initiative to build an innovation community in Hainan. more…

I travel for a living—here's how I still cook for myself
Reviewed.com

— Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY’s... more…

How to choose an iPad in 2019: A practical guide to Apple’s tablets
Digitaltrends.com

Selecting an iPad from Apple's lineup can be intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. Our comprehensive guide should put the numbers and specs in practical, easy-to-understand terms. Find your ideal iPad with the help of our guide. more…

Introducing Darkstar: A Xerox Star Emulator
Livingcomputers.org

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MongoDB removed from RHEL 8 beta due to license
Redhat.com

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Secure and Ad-Free Internet Anywhere with Streisand and Pi Hole
Ifelse.io

tl;dr: ads are everywhere and aren’t so fun everyone is trying to track you (for better or worse) Pi Hole is awesome; it’s a network-level adblocker and runs on a Raspberry Pi streisand gives you a quick way to set up a censorship-resistant and secure server… more…

How I use my Raspberry Pis to help me work on with my side projects
Techcoil.com

Undeniably, Raspberry Pi has revolutionised the way we use computing technology in our lives. In addition to being energy efficient, a Raspberry Pi is a single board computer that does not take up too much space. Given these points, a Raspberry Pi is an idea… more…

Art of Unix Programming by Eric Steven Raymond Reformatted by Martin Tournoij
Arp242.net

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