London-based Nothing, a consumer electronics startup from a OnePlus co-founder working on wireless headphones, raises $15M from GV (Nate Lanxon/Bloomberg)


Nate Lanxon / Bloomberg:

London-based Nothing, a consumer electronics startup from a OnePlus co-founder working on wireless headphones, raises $15M from GV  —  – Nothing will release headphones, other products this year  — GV backs startup’s ‘Series A’ funding round with $15 million

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FOI docs: UK’s antitrust regulator suffered 150 data breaches in the last two years, including 40 lost or stolen devices, as hackers seek sensitive company docs (Thomas Seal/Bloomberg)


Thomas Seal / Bloomberg:

FOI docs: UK’s antitrust regulator suffered 150 data breaches in the last two years, including 40 lost or stolen devices, as hackers seek sensitive company docs  —  – CMA handles sensitive information on takeovers, competition  — Declines to say if breaches affected any merger situations

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London-based Nothing, a consumer electronics startup from a OnePlus co-founder working on wireless headphones, raises $15M from GV (Nate Lanxon/Bloomberg)


Nate Lanxon / Bloomberg:

London-based Nothing, a consumer electronics startup from a OnePlus co-founder working on wireless headphones, raises $15M from GV  —  – Nothing will release headphones, other products this year  — GV backs startup’s ‘Series A’ funding round with $15 million

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Last week, Google sent a one week warning to Android developers requiring removal of SDK code from location data broker Predicio, after Dec. ban of X-Mode’s SDK (Joseph Cox/VICE)


Joseph Cox / VICE:

Last week, Google sent a one week warning to Android developers requiring removal of SDK code from location data broker Predicio, after Dec. ban of X-Mode’s SDK  —  Predicio is linked to a supply chain of data involving Venntel, which sells location data to ICE.  Google’s move comes after a Motherboard investigation.

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Investigation reveals how Instagram influencers are enabling animal abuse for clicks by using services that promote Dubai’s underground animal trade (Foeke Postma/bellingcat)


Foeke Postma / bellingcat:

Investigation reveals how Instagram influencers are enabling animal abuse for clicks by using services that promote Dubai’s underground animal trade  —  The monkey squirms while a woman holds it up with one hand and records it without speaking.  The TikTok video is brief and has no description …

Conservationists hope new open-source tools, including a $150 Field Kit hub for sensors, will lend more insight into endangered species and climate change (Jackie Snow/Wall Street Journal)


Jackie Snow / Wall Street Journal:

Conservationists hope new open-source tools, including a $150 Field Kit hub for sensors, will lend more insight into endangered species and climate change  —  Conservationists hope newly launched open-source tools will lend more insight into endangered species and the effects of climate change

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A CA bill aims to let workers under NDA gags speak out about any discrimination, not just sexual harassment; ex-Pinterest employee Ifeoma Ozoma helped draft it (Emily Birnbaum/Protocol)


Emily Birnbaum / Protocol:

A CA bill aims to let workers under NDA gags speak out about any discrimination, not just sexual harassment; ex-Pinterest employee Ifeoma Ozoma helped draft it  —  Ifeoma Ozoma took a huge risk last year when she publicly alleged that she faced racist and sexist discrimination during her time at Pinterest.

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Industry executives warn of severe chip shortages to make phones and game consoles, amid excessive stockpiling of chips by companies like Huawei and Apple (Bloomberg)


Bloomberg:

Industry executives warn of severe chip shortages to make phones and game consoles, amid excessive stockpiling of chips by companies like Huawei and Apple  —  – The dearth of supply is deepening as Apple, China hoard chips  — Worsening crunch could impact sectors well beyond automaking

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EU lawmakers are considering regulations that would force Facebook and Google to pay for news content on their platforms, echoing a similar move in Australia (Financial Times)


Financial Times:

EU lawmakers are considering regulations that would force Facebook and Google to pay for news content on their platforms, echoing a similar move in Australia  —  Move by MEPs would strengthen hand of publishers against Google and Facebook  —  EU lawmakers overseeing new digital regulation …

Original source: http://www.techmeme.com/210208/p33#a210208p33

Kong, which offers services for mobile apps that help manage APIs and microservices, raises $100M led by Tiger Global Management at a valuation of $1.4B (Chris O’Brien/VentureBeat)


Chris O’Brien / VentureBeat:

Kong, which offers services for mobile apps that help manage APIs and microservices, raises $100M led by Tiger Global Management at a valuation of $1.4B  —  As APIs and microservices become critical tools to drive innovation and automation for a wider range of companies, they are also creating new management challenges.

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