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TikTok ban: User safety priority for us, says Bytedance SVP Zhen Liu
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Uber’s self-driving unit lands $1 billion from SoftBank, Toyota
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Won’t share data with governments without user nod: Google Cloud CEO
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Amazon is shutting down its marketplace business in China
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How Artificial Intelligence can do a health check
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Pinterest, Zoom shares surge in market debut after IPOs
The successful debut bodes well for the U.S. IPO market as it readies for the much-awaited listing of ride-hailing giant Uber read more…
Facebook says it uploaded email contacts of up to 1.5M users
Facebook has been hit by a number of privacy-related issues recently, including a glitch that exposed passwords of millions of users stored in readable format within its internal systems to its employees. read more…
MyHealthcare raises $3 million from Sixth Sense Ventures
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TikTok is off app stores, but millions are still using it
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Amazon, Google agree to bring their streaming apps to each others’ platforms
The companies said in a statement that the official YouTube apps will be available on Amazon’s Fire TV in the coming months. Amazon’s Prime Video app will also add support for Chromecast and Chromecast built-in devices. read more…
Real problem’s cybersecurity, not local data: Akamai co-founder Tom Leighton
“We’re seeing things like that in many regions of the world today. Privacy in general is important, given the fact that so many data breaches and cyber theft are taking place” Leighton said. read more…
Big corporates back crypto ‘plumbing’ despite currency caution
Bitcoin slumped by three-quarters last year after nearing a record of $20,000 in its frenzied 2017 bubble. read more…
New Apple lab uses robots to rip apart devices for recycling materials
Apple will open a material recovery lab to investigate new techniques using robotics and machine learning to rip apart its devices and recover valuable materials such as copper, aluminum and cobalt read more…
Google lets Android users choose browsers to ease EU antitrust concerns
Users of Android devices will be able to choose their browsers and search engines from five options starting on Thursday. The new options will appear on both existing and new Android phones in Europe. read more…
Amazon to make premium phones affordable
Amazon has plans of increasing affordability schemes which involve partnering with banks, financial institutions, credit rating agencies to help customers avail credit read more…
OYO launches OPEN programme for asset owners
The company said the programme will include 6 core partner promises that the company is making to its asset partners read more…
Reliance Jio Q4 net up 65% on year; but growth slows on quarter
Profit rose to Rs 840 crore in the fourth quarter of the financial year from Rs 510 crore a year earlier, the Mukesh Ambani-owned telco said in a statement on Thursday. read more…
Schools to entrepreneurs through skill simulation
More than 3,000 schools across India have an Atal Tinkering Lab and DAVP is one them. read more…
With driverless cars late, a startup tries remote-control trucks
Phantom’s yard truck customers include retailers with dozens of distribution centers across the country. read more…
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Daily Capsule | 19th April

We have all seen (and even owned) some sort of superhero or pop culture merchandise. A Superman tee shirt, or a Harry Potter figurine, a replica of Ned Stark’s great Valyrian sword Ice, or maybe Sauron’s ring.

But what if you could flaunt your politics using merch too? In the startup world, politics is leading to some quirky offerings. And as the world’s largest democracy – India – heads into its 17th General Elections, Chandigarh-based ecommerce startup BePolitical makes it possible to wear your politics on your sleeve with its unusual merchandise.

Launched by husband-wife duo Ekta and Tushar Jain in January 2019, BePolitical is a “100 percent politically neutral brand” providing quirkily designed T-shirts on various political parties. The company has already sold more than 600 T-shirts online in three months, and is tying up with local retailers for an offline presence too.

So, who are you wearing today?

Cheers,

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From Wicked Ride to Bounce, this startup wants to change the way India commutes

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While Karnataka saw a 61.94 percent voter turnout, Bengaluru only witnessed a 47.63 percent – not even the half-way mark. However, best efforts were put in by companies like Flipkart, Swiggy, Ola, and Uber to pitch their contribution to the all-important election.

Justdial shuts down data breach rumours

Hyperlocal search engine Justdial shot down reports that a security breach exposed information of its 100 million users. Earlier this week, several news sites had reported the data leak that allegedly made sensitive user data publicly available, based on the findings of an independent security researcher, who claimed to have discovered a huge loophole in Justdial’s database.

On Women’s Day in 2017, Facebook launched the SheLeadsTech program to empower and help women entrepreneurs scale in the Indian startup ecosystem. Today, with 500+ members from more than 85 cities, it’s time to celebrate! Facebook is hosting its summit on April 25, 2019 in New Delhi to showcase milestones and discuss the way forward. Witness interesting panel discussions, fireside chats, product showcases, and much more. That’s not all, a special masterclass on how you can leverage Facebook’s ecosystem to grow your business is in store. To join the celebration, click here to register.

Since its launch in 2015, Qualcomm Design in India Challenge has incubated 39 startups and awarded $1.2 million in prize money to the incubated startups. This year, you could be among the 10 startups entitled to a win cash award of upto $100,000. Applications close on April 21, 2019. Apply today.


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