Monday , November 29 2021

Technology News

EV upstart Xpeng is expanding beyond China

Like Nio, Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has kickstarted its international expansion. But unlike its rival, which put on a series of splashy campaigns in Norway, Xpeng launched quietly in the Scandinavian country last month. In Norway, Xpeng has begun shipping its G3 SUVs and P7 sedans. The Chinese EV …

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Ed Sheeran’s favorite Pokémon is Squirtle

Two days ago, Ed Sheeran posted a cryptic Twitter message, hinting at a soon-to-be announced collaboration with Pokémon GO. I’ll be honest: I’m not the biggest Ed Sheeran fan, but the hashtag #PokemonGOxEdSheeran made me laugh. So, like any self-respecting journalist, I emailed my contact at Niantic to see if …

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ConstitutionDAO’s bold crypto bid for US Constitution falls short

There are 13 surviving copies of the original print of the U.S. Constitution. Today, a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) announced it lost its bid to buy one from art dealer Sotheby’s after a high-stakes bidding war that captured the internet’s attention. Still, the bold ascendance of the DAO, a group …

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Workday to acquire external workforce management startup VNDLY for $510M

Workday announced this afternoon that it intends to acquire VNDLY, a Mason, OH startup that helps companies manage external workforce personnel for $510 million. Workday helps companies manage finance and human resources tasks, and VNDLY fits nicely into the latter category providing them with software to manage contractors, a service …

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Biliti bets US market is primed for electric tuk tuk deliveries

Biliti Electric, a startup founded less than a year ago, wants its electric tuk tuks to become a common sight in densely packed cities in the United States. The three-wheeled, open-cabin, all-electric delivery vehicles known as the GMW Taskman are already being used in Asia and Europe, Biliti founder and …

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Solving entertainment’s globalization problem with AI and ML

Teresa Phillips Contributor Share on Twitter Teresa Phillips is the CEO and co-founder of Spherex, a data and technology company that is pioneering the culturalization of media for international film and television distribution. The recent controversy surrounding the mistranslations found in the Netflix hit “Squid Game” and other films highlights …

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