Kategori: Technology

  • Yelp and Texas Attorney General at odds over disclosing anti-abortion centers

    Texas’ tense reproductive health environment is once again under legal scrutiny, as Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and business review site Yelp have both filed suits over the site’s description of anti-abortion centers, also known as “crisis pregnancy centers.” On Sept. 27, Yelp filed a preemptive lawsuit against the Attorney General of Texas, citing that…

  • Qobra raises $10.5 million for its real-time sales compensation tool

    French startup Qobra has raised a $10.5 million Series A funding round (€10 million) led by Singular with Revenue Syndicate and existing investor Breega also participating. Qobra helps businesses manage sales compensation so that managers don’t have to use Excel spreadsheets for this pesky task. It starts by bringing data to Qobra. That’s why the…

  • Surface Laptop Studio 2 review: Does it beat the MacBook Pro like Microsoft claims?

    The Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio 2 is reminiscent of the HP Elite Folio laptop I reviewed in 2021. Both feature a snazzy display that can be pulled forward, landing on top of the deck between the keyboard and the touchpad. It is angled in such a way that it looks like a digital easel, allowing…

  • ‘All of Us Strangers’ review: Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal lead the hottest, saddest movie this year.

    A film of tremendous emotional weight and splendid cinematic textures, Andrew Haigh’s eerie romantic drama All of Us Strangers is a personal, painful trip through time. A story of regrets and intimate fantasies, it stars powerhouse Irish actors Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal as Adam and Harry, a pair of queer English neighbors in metropolitan…

  • How to raise a Series A in today’s market

    If you’re an early-stage founder, the crazy days of 2021 are a distant memory. Money is tight, and the process of getting more is as unsettled as ever. The past few tumultuous years have tossed out the milestones that defined previous Series A benchmarks. But that doesn’t mean the game is lost. At this year’s…

  • Everything to know before seeing ‘The Exorcist: Believer’

    There are demons, and there are demons. While the horror genre is rife with possession films, and many of them are definitely worth watching (hello, Evil Dead!), few have matched the level of fear and originality, not to mention the overall quality, of the series that first put white eyes, a growling voice, and pea…

  • How AI is widening accessibility gaps for Indigenous communities

    The global arena of AI design and implementation continues to diversify, with flourishing interest in user-friendly generative AI leading its growth. Still incubating: AI’s role in furthering accessible spaces, both online and off. Meggan Van Harten is a strategic leader and partner at Design de Plume, an Indigenous-owned, women-led creative agency based in Canada. Design…

  • Everything you need to know about X CEO Linda Yaccarino’s disastrous interview

    Linda Yaccarino, the CEO of social media platform X, was the headline guest at Vox Media’s Code 2023 event earlier this week. CNBC’s Julia Boorstin interviewed Elon Musk’s handpicked CEO, who is tasked with bringing advertisers back to the platform formerly known as Twitter. As you may have seen, thanks to all the social media…

  • Egofit Walker Plus-M1T under-desk treadmill review

    As someone who works from home, I’m no stranger to the fatigue that comes from sitting at a desk all day while daydreaming of riding a bike or running in direct sunshine. I try to stay as active as possible in my life (by working out five to six times a week, for instance, and…

  • X will be profitable in 2024, CEO claims in tense interview

    According to X CEO Linda Yaccarino, the company formerly known as Twitter will be profitable by early 2024. “Now that I have immersed myself in the business, and we have a good set of eyes on what is predictable, what’s coming is that it looks like in early ’24, we will be turning a profit,” Yaccarino…