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TechCrunch

  • 17:57
    Spotify has taken a minority stake in music distribution service, DistroKid, a popular tool used by artists for uploading their music across platforms. The company didn’t confirm the size of its stake, only saying that it made a “passive minority investment.” As a result of the deal, Spotify will also upgrade its Spotify for Artists service to include an integration with DistroKid that allows artists to simultaneously upload content to other platforms. “For the past five years, DistroKid has served as a go-to service for hundreds of thousands independent artists, helping them deliver their (...) -- TC

Sollers-pileface

  • 13:16
    SOMMAIRE Les devinettes de la Comédie Danièle Robert à qui l'on doit une belle traduction d'Enfer de Dante dont j'ai rendu compte lors de sa publication (cf. Dante de nouveau) vient de publier sa nouvelle traduction du Purgatoire éditée par Actes Sud (octobre 2018). En voici la présentation. PURGATOIRE. ZOOM : cliquer sur l'image * Les devinettes de la Comédie par Claude Minière Après celle de l'Enfer, Danièle Robert nous livre aujourd'hui sa (...)

TechCrunch

Poezibao

  • 14:27
      Au printemps dernier, trois livres d’Antoine Emaz ont paru de façon concomitante : cette coïncidence est d’autant plus étonnante que ces trois livres se croisent ou se répondent, sans que l’on puisse préjuger, à leur lecture, qu’ils aient été conçus ainsi. On le sait, Antoine Emaz ne met pas la pensée en avant, du moins pas comme un mode opérateur de l’écriture poétique. Il le rappelle dans D’écrire, un peu (1) livre de fragments autour de son expérience (« Tenter de dire écrire. Ou plutôt comment j’écris »), lorsqu’il affirme la primauté de la sensibilité (« l’émotion pour origine et pour fin »). C’est une (...) -- Notes de lecture
  • 14:01
      Jean-René Lassalle, qui offre chaque mois à Poezibao de belles traductions inédites de toutes sortes d’auteurs étrangers, vient de publier Sangleil aux éditions Grèges. transie trace malléant fragil auxil i aire inanimée l'entrecroisement félin qui se nomme soi(e) parle l'hybride, rétractile périvagin aux vents avivé jusqu'à l'oblitération jouie tu nu et je jeu s'inversent, deux soleils se lèvent qui au ciel qui en la mer, émettant sens dans son, onde animant corpuscule un moi non-agissant (fléchi) on l'aspirobserve (réfléchi) : « la loi doit pas frapper le déprivé (...) -- Anthologie permanente

MacBidouille

  • 06:49
    Apple, Google, Microsoft et Mozilla se sont associés pour mettre fin à l'utilisation d'ici le début 2020 de la norme TSL dans ses versions précédentes 1.0 et 1.1. Le TSL permet de créer des connexions sécurisées entre navigateur et serveur. La version 1.0 est arrivée en 1999 et est basée sur le protocole SSL 3.0 de Netscape. La version 1.1. a été publiée en 2006. La version 1.2 est arrivée en 2008 et a corrigé des failles de sécurité. Les plus anciennes ont toutefois perduré et il est temps maintenant d'y mettre (...) -- Internet
  • 06:40
    Lexar a annoncé la sortie de la clé USB F35. Elle ne brille pas particulièrement par ses débits de transferts, 150 Mo/s mais par le chiffrement des données en AES 256 bits et son capteur d'empreintes digitales intégré qui permet d'y accéder (ou pas) sans rentrer de mot de passe. La clé peut supporter 10 empreintes différentes et la reconnaissance ne prendrait qu'une seconde. Nous vous avouons être tentés par ce genre de produit qui élimine le risque de laisser partir des données dans la nature en cas de perte d'une clé USB. [MàJ] Le système de reconnaissance d'empreinte ne fonctionne pas sous (...) -- Stockage
  • 06:36
    libssh est une implémentation de Secure Shell très largement utilisé pour sécuriser des serveurs et y accéder à distance. Une faille de sécurité triviale y a été découverte. Elle est présente depuis la version 0.6 publiée en 2014 et elle a depuis lors rendu les serveurs l'utilisant totalement transparents à une attaque. Il suffit en effet de modifier une commande envoyée au serveur pour que ce dernier donne un plein accès à n'importe qui, comme s'il avait les accréditations nécessaires. La faille devrait être rapidement comblée mais déjà se pose la question sur la manière dont une faille tellement triviale (...) -- Internet

TechCrunch

  • 17:17
    Good news! Apple now allows U.S. customers to download a copy of their data, months after rolling out the feature to EU customers. But don’t be disappointed when you get your download and find there’s almost nothing in there. Earlier this year when I requested my own data (before the portal feature rolled out), Apple sent me a dozen spreadsheets with my purchase and order history, a few iCloud logs, and some of my account information. The data will date back to when you opened your account, but may not include recent data if Apple has no reason to retain it. But because most Apple data is (...) -- Privacy, Apple, apple store, cloud applications, european union, iCloud, iOS, iPhone

Info Concert

TechCrunch

  • 17:05
    Earlier this month, Brex, a credit card provider to startups, announced it had raised $125 million at a $1.1 billion valuation. The round was impressive for a couple of reasons. 1. The founders are a pair of 22-year-olds that had set out to build a virtual reality company before pivoting to payments. And 2. They had only completed Y Combinator, a well-known Silicon Valley startup accelerator, the year prior. Y Combinator is responsible for many successes in the startup world, certainly more than its fellow accelerators, which are all known to provide early-stage companies with a seed (...) -- Startups, TC, Airbnb, Alexis Ohanian, Amazon, Apoorva Mehta, Arash Ferdowsi, Brex, brian armstrong, brian chesky, coinbase, DoorDash, Drew Houston, Dropbox, economy, Emmett Shear, finance, Flexport, Ginkgo Bioworks, human resources software, Instacart, joe gebbia, John Collison, Justin Kan, Kyle Vogt, Machine Zone, Michael Seibel, Mixpanel, nathan blecharczyk, parker conrad, patrick collison, Ryan Petersen, Software, solomon hykes, Stanley Tang, steve huffman, stripe, tony xu, Twitch, valuation, Virtual reality, Y Combinator, yc, Zenefits
  • 17:03
    Rejoice, dark mode fans. Hulu is joining YouTube and YouTube TV as the streaming video service to embrace a dark theme – something that gives video sites a more cinematic look and feel (as Netflix already knows). The company says it will begin to roll out its new “Night Mode” starting today to all users of Hulu on the web. The theme, which can be enabled in the settings, can also help reduce eye strain and glare in low light, Hulu notes. That’s useful for those who are watching on laptops, while curled up on the sofa or bed – as many web users are today. While Hulu has timed the launch to (...) -- Media, Dark Mode, Hulu, Video
  • 17:01
    When we first started writing about startups at TechCrunch the idea of a startup – a small business with global ambitions – was a pipe dream. How could a side hustle like Twitter turn into a mouthpiece for heroes and villains? How could a video uploading service like YouTube destroy the media industry? How could a blog – a blog written by a perpetually exhausted ex-lawyer from his bedroom – upturn and change the entire process of building, growing, and selling ideas? But it happened. In a few years – between 2005 and 2010 – the world changed. TechCrunch became aspirational reading. Millions of (...) -- Startups, TC
  • 16:46
    Hulu is planning to change up its live TV service by dropping channels from its core offering to instead create smaller “bundles” of sports, news, and entertainment programming, according to an interview with Hulu CEO Randy Freer in The Information. The changes, which would make Hulu more of a direct competitor to skinny bundle providers like Dish’s Sling TV, could help to reduce costs for consumers and Hulu alike, and free up funds for increased investments in original programming. The company today offers a $40 per month bundle of over 50 channels, but is considering breaking that up into (...) -- Media, Hulu, live tv service, streaming, streaming service, streaming TV, television, tv
  • 16:34
    After getting hauled into Washington to be grilled over how its social media platform was exploited to influence public opinion around elections and politics in the US and elsewhere, Twitter vowed that it would be more open with its data, in an attempt to do better in the future — the idea partly being that others can provide more insight into what nefarious groups did on Twitter, and partly people will not mistrust Twitter in its own intentions to keep this off its platform. Now it’s coming good on some of that. Today, Twitter released a set of data files detailing Tweets and other (...) -- TC
  • 16:00
    Ryan Hoover Contributor Share on Twitter Ryan Hoover is the founder of Product Hunt and host of Product Hunt Radio. More posts by this contributor Product Hunt Radio: ‘Tinder babies’ and the power of connecting people online and offline Product Hunt Radio: The evolution of Y Combinator, and counter-intuitive advice for founders In this episode of Product Hunt Radio, I’m recording from my home in San Francisco to talk to two young entrepreneurs. Tiffany Zhong interned at Product Hunt while she was still in high school. After she finished school, she worked in venture capital before starting (...) -- Column, Podcasts, Drake Rehfeld, Product Hunt Radio, Tiffany Zhong
  • 15:49
    Last year, Roku lost a legal battle in Mexico over piracy which resulted in a ban on sales of its devices in the country. Now, that ban has been lifted, the company says, nofollowing a favorable ruling from the 11th Collegiate Court in Mexico City. This will allow Roku to resume sales of its devices in Mexico in the coming weeks. The issue first arose when Cablevision, the cable TV operator owned by Mexican media giant Televisa, took Roku to court alleging that Roku devices were being hacked to allow users to watch pirated channels. The problem was that Roku’s platform – unlike, say, the more (...) -- Lawsuit, Media, TC, lawsuit, Mexico, roku, streaming
  • 15:22
    Epsagon, an Israeli startup, launched today with a new serverless tool that helps customers monitor infrastructure, even when they don’t know where or what that is. That’s the nature of serverless of course. It involves ephemeral resources. Developers build a series of event triggers and the cloud vendor spins up the necessary resources as needed. The beauty of that approach is programmers just codes without worrying about infrastructure, but the downside is that operations doesn’t have any way of controlling or understanding that infrastructure. Epsagon is trying to solve that problem by (...) -- Cloud, Developer, Funding, Startups, TC, Epsagon, monitoring, serverless tools
  • 15:19
    Hot on the heels of raising $20 million in Series C funding led by Japan’s Rakuten Capital, London-based money transfer service Azimo is launching a new service aimed at small and medium-sized businesses. Dubbed “Azimo Business,” it lets SMEs across the U.K. and Europe send payments to an impressive 189 countries — including many emerging markets, which is Azimo’s traditional focus — and at a price the company claims undercuts banks by 50 percent or more. The idea isn’t just to beat the banks on fees (which is often not hard to do) but also through better technology, delivering faster (...) -- Europe, Startups, TC, Azimo
  • 15:05
    With a few taps, you can now direct Skydio‘s $1,999 autonomous drone from your Apple Watch allowing you to fulfill the geeky dream you never knew you had, directing an expensive autonomous drone with your little wrist computer. The very cool R1 self-flying drone will also be going up for sale in US Apple Stores, a big win for the young drone startup which has only been taking orders via its own website. Apple doesn’t have a very robust selection of drones either, with most of their selection coming from drone giant DJI, putting Skydio in some pretty elite company. Now, let’s get back to (...) -- Apps, TC, Apple Watch, drones, Skydio
  • 15:00
    Open source software — a $14 billion market — has become a cornerstone for building apps and other IT services, with some 97 percent of developers today using using open source components of one form or another in their work. That popularity, however, belies a critical challenge: some of the most ubiquitous open source packages around are rife with vulnerabilities, so using them increases the risk of a security breach. Rather than (unrealistically) expecting organizations to stop using open source components, there is a new wave of startups that are emerging to help them tackle this problem (...) -- TC
  • 13:40
    London-based startup Applied has bagged £1.5M (~$2M) in seed funding for a fresh, diversity-sensitive approach to recruitment that deconstructs and reworks the traditional CV-bound process, drawing on behavioural science to level the playing field and help employers fill vacancies with skilled candidates they might otherwise have overlooked. Fairer hiring is the pitch. “If you’re hiring for a product lead, for example, it’s true that loads and loads of product leads are straight, white men with beards. How do we get people to see well what is it actually that this job entails?” founder and (...) -- Behavioural Insights Team
  • 12:06
    Those of you familiar with the incredible rise of Twilio, which came along to utterly disrupt the communications world, will be interested to hear that another player plans to do the same, but this time in the staid and tricky area of emerging markets. Unifonic, which has been dubbed “the Twilio of emerging markets” has today closed a $21M Series A funding round led by Saudi Technology Ventures (STV), and the emerging market specialist fund Endeavor Catalyst, which is backed by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman, among others. Other participants include RTF ELM, and Raed Ventures. At $500M, (...) -- Fundings & Exits, TC, Aramex, careem, Endeavor, Linda Rottenberg, Reid Hoffman, souq.com, Twilio
  • 12:00
    Cognata has raised $18.5 million in a funding round led by Scale Venture Partners, fresh capital that the Israeli autonomous simulation startup will use to meet demand for technology that will help companies speed up the deployment of self-driving vehicles. Cognata founder and CEO Danny Atsmon told TechCrunch the company, which has 28 employees, will use the funds to double its staff and expand commercial operations. Cognata wants to increase its international presence, specifically into the U.S., Germany, China and Japan, he added. Existing investors Emerge, Maniv Mobility, and Airbus (...) -- Cognata
  • 11:00
    App maker turned music social network Smule has raised another $20 million. The latest round nofollows a $54 million raise in May of last year, led by Tencent, intent on helping the company expand Asia operations. This time out, funding is arriving via Times Bridge, the VC wing of India media conglomerate The Times Group. The “strategic investment” comes as Smule pushes to expand its footprint in India, currently the second largest of the app maker’s international markets. Engaging there requires building a platform for an utterly massive and multi-lingual market. “Building the Smule brand in (...) -- Apps, Recent Funding, Startups, smule, Times Group
  • 10:00
    Memory, a startup out of Norway and maker of time tracking app Timely, has raised $5 million in further funding. Leading the round is Concentric, and Investinor, with participation from existing investor SNÖ Ventures. The company had previously raised $1 million in 2016 from 500 Startups, and SNÖ. Founded by Mathias Mikkelsen, a designer by background and who I understand turned down a job offer at Facebook to try his hand at startup life, Memory is applying what it describes as AI and digital technology to create various tools to help solve “the abuses of time” that workers typically face (...) -- Europe, Fundings & Exits, Mobile, Startups, TC
  • 09:48
    In a boost to late-stage funding for FinTech startups looking to scale-up without having to leave Europe, what claims to be the largest growth equity fund for Fintech in Europe launches today. The Corviglia Capital Fund will be deployed from Luxembourg and has secured $250M as a first closing for its first three years of operations, with the aim being to raise a total of $500M. The fund has been started by two former fund managers Petr Šmída and Cezary Smorszczewski, and is a geographically agnostic, long-term investor in late-stage fintech companies. It will make minority investments (...) -- Europe, TC, Corviglia

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