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Paris-based nfinite gears up for 3D product visualization with $100 million

Online shopping has slowly integrated its way into human lives, especially after the pandemic. Many people became so accustomed to shopping online that they continued even when they didn’t have to. And although it improves the customer experience in terms of convenience and speed, it also prevents customers from seeing a product in all its […]

<strong>Why EU plans to make common charger mandatory for Apple iPhones and other devices</strong>

Why EU plans to make common charger mandatory for Apple iPhones and other devices

The European Commission and lawmakers plan to enforce a law on device manufacturers like Apple and other electronics companies. This law makes it mandatory for all electronics companies, including Apple, to create devices that have a common charging port.  On Tuesday, the commission agreed to a common charger, the USB Type-C, for all devices, including […]

<strong>How Metaverse can change Cryptocurrency, may be worth $13 trillion by 2030</strong>

How Metaverse can change Cryptocurrency, may be worth $13 trillion by 2030

In a recent report released by Citi, the US investment bank says the Metaverse economy may be valued at $13 trillion by 2030. Citi examined all the possibilities of the Metaverse, including fiat money, Crypto, stablecoins, and in-game tokens.  According to the global banking giant, to create a smooth user experience, interoperability and seamless trade […]

Why businesses should beware as Smart contracts can reshape legal arrangements

As an employee, it’s almost a rite of passage to have your employer be late on your paycheck. This inconvenience occurs at least once a year.  In fact, according to a recent payroll survey, 44% of employees had experienced late payments. The frustration of a late paycheck is a domino effect that affects every area […]

New York lawmakers enact a new prohibition on Bitcoin mining

The New York State Senate has passed a ban that will stop issuing new licenses for Bitcoin mining projects that rely on electricity generated by fossil-fuel power plants.  This law will cut back the recent growth in the Bitcoin mining sector in New York. The bill was enacted by the state Assembly earlier this year. […]

China-linked hackers exploit a fresh vulnerability in Microsoft Office

China-linked hackers are remotely executing malicious code on Windows systems by exploiting a new Microsoft Office vulnerability known as “Follina.” According to a threat analysis study by security firm Proofpoint, the unpatched Microsoft zero-day vulnerability has already been exploited by hackers associated with the Chinese government.   The security firm announced this week that a hacking […]

Code Intelligence raises $12M Series A Funding.

In an announcement made by application security testing platform Code Intelligence, the company stated it had raised $12 million in Series A funding. The funding round was led by Tola Capital. The startup was founded in 2018 and is located in Bonn, Germany. The co-founders are Sergej Dechand, Khaled Yakdan, and Matthew Smith.  Dechand and […]

Candela debuts the world’s first flying electric taxi boat, the P-8 Voyager, in Venice Italy.

Candela is a Stockholm-based start-up company launched in 2014. It’s the leading creator of electric-powered hydrofoil flying boats.  The company produces passenger boats that consume less energy, glide above the water surface, and don’t pollute the water.  In 2020, Candela launched the first flying electric hydrofoil passenger boat, the Candela Seven. This boat made its […]

Apple’s RealityOS rumored headset shows in the US trademark application

The rumors about Apple‘s mixed reality headset have been around for a while now, and a recent trademark application might just confirm these rumors.  Way back in 2017, it was rumored that Apple was developing a virtual and augmented reality headset that would be called RealityOS.  For years developers and non-developers alike have speculated about […]

Is the great Pandemic Parcel boom now over?

A decade ago, we all could have sworn that the mailing system was near dead. All our counterintuitive thoughts were brought to an end when the pandemic hit.  Before the inception of Covid-19, shopping for your favorite merchandise wasn’t so challenging. You could go to your local store to quickly restock.  We never expected to […]