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Net Suite Consultant
Net Suite Consultant 150 150 wahabsyed

2-3 years of Experience Capgemini is providing support services for a complex NetSuite ERP and POS solution at our client.  Services include application support, enhancement request development, NetSuite release and upgrade regression testing and managing the delivery of 3rd party application modifications. Application development and maintenance of the NetSuite Core Merch module.  Individual will have…

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Revcontent is trying to get rid of misinformation with help from the Poynter Institute
Revcontent is trying to get rid of misinformation with help from the Poynter Institute 150 150 Anthony Ha

CEO John Lemp recently said that thanks to a new policy, publishers in Revcontent‘s content recommendation network “won’t ever make a cent” on false and misleading stories — at least, not from the network. To achieve this, the company is relying on fact-checking provided by the Poynter Institute’s International Fact Checking Network. If any two independent […]

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‘Unhackable’ BitFi crypto wallet has been hacked
‘Unhackable’ BitFi crypto wallet has been hacked 150 150 John Biggs

The BitFi crypto wallet was supposed to be unhackable and none other than famous weirdo John McAfee claimed that the device – essentially an Android-based mini tablet – would withstand any attack. Spoiler alert: it couldn’t. First, a bit of background. The $120 device launched at the beginning of this month to much fanfare. It […]

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Cytera CellWorks aims to bring cell culture automation to your dinner plate
Cytera CellWorks aims to bring cell culture automation to your dinner plate 150 150 Sarah Buhr

Cytera CellWorks hopes to revolutionize the so-called “clean meat” industry through the automation of cell cultures — and that could mean one day, if all goes to plan, the company’s products could be in every grocery store in America. Cytera is a ways off from that happening, though. Founded in 2017 by two college students in […]

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HQ Trivia downloads spiral downward as it hits Apple TV
HQ Trivia downloads spiral downward as it hits Apple TV 150 150 Josh Constine

HQ Trivia’s app store ranking has continued to sink the past three months, but it’s hoping a new version on your television could revitalize growth. HQ today launched an Apple TV app that lets users play the twice-daily live quiz game alongside iOS Android players. “Everything about the game is still the same – same […]

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Y Combinator invests in HappiLabs to help scientists shop smarter
Y Combinator invests in HappiLabs to help scientists shop smarter 150 150 Sarah Wells

To create life-saving drugs or groundbreaking technological advancements, scientists first need the proper lab equipment. Everything from intricate and expensive specialized machines to beakers and rubber gloves must be sourced, price compared and ordered by a lab manager before even the first steps toward discovery can take place. But, says Tom Ruginis, CEO and founder […]

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Alphabet invests $375 million in Oscar Health
Alphabet invests $375 million in Oscar Health 150 150 Brian Heater

Google parent Alphabet has invested $375 million in next-gen health insurance company, Oscar Health. Google has been a longtime supporter of the six-year-old New York company, having previously invested in Oscar through its Capital G investment wing and Verily health and life sciences research wing. “Alphabet has invested in Oscar over many years and has […]

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Owl raises $10 million for two-way car dashboard camera
Owl raises $10 million for two-way car dashboard camera 150 150 Megan Rose Dickey

Owl, the two-way dash cam founded by a team of ex-Apple and Dropcam executives, has secured a $10 million Series A1 round led by Canvas Ventures. This brings Owl’s total funding to $28 million. “We’ve seen a lot of pent-up demand for car security, and Owl is tapping into that demand with a product that’s […]

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The FDA OK’d an app as a form of birth control
The FDA OK’d an app as a form of birth control 150 150 Sarah Buhr

Don’t want to get pregnant? There’s a Food and Drug Administration -approved app for that. The FDA has just given the go ahead for Swedish app Natural Cycles to market itself as a form of birth control in the U.S. Natural Cycles was already in use as a way to prevent pregnancy in certain European […]

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Facebook buys Vidpresso’s team and tech to make video interactive
Facebook buys Vidpresso’s team and tech to make video interactive 150 150 Josh Constine

Zombie-like passive consumption of static video is both unhealthy for viewers and undifferentiated for the tech giants that power it. That’s set Facebook on a mission to make video interactive, full of conversation with broadcasters and fellow viewers. It’s racing against Twitch, YouTube, Twitter and Snapchat to become where people watch together and don’t feel […]

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Y Combinator invests in a build-your-own mac and cheese restaurant
Y Combinator invests in a build-your-own mac and cheese restaurant 150 150 Megan Rose Dickey

Y Combinator has invested $120,000 in Mac’d, a build-your-own mac and cheese restaurant that lets customers choose their own adventure from the beginning. I popped over to one of the Mac’d locations last week in San Francisco to get my mac on and chat with the founders. For starters, the mac and cheese was bomb. […]

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African tech leaders Fope Adelowo, Ken Njoroge, Tayo Oviosu to speak at Disrupt SF
African tech leaders Fope Adelowo, Ken Njoroge, Tayo Oviosu to speak at Disrupt SF 150 150 Jordan Crook

Africa’s startup scene is growing by leaps and bounds, and three tech leaders are set to share insights on this vibrant space at Disrupt San Francisco.    Paga CEO Tayo Oviosu, Helios Investment Partners Vice President Fope Adelowo and Cellulant CEO Ken Njoroge will take the stage September 7 to discuss topics such as fintech, Africa’s […]

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Startups should read this checklist before they go ‘whale hunting’ for big partners
Startups should read this checklist before they go ‘whale hunting’ for big partners 150 150 Jonathan Shieber

A top-four tech company recently approached the CEO of one of our B2B portfolio companies with a tremendous offer. This company wanted to discuss a $20 million investment on extremely favorable terms. This kind of deal is a classic “whale hunt,” and most of the startups that engage in them are doomed to end up like Captain Ahab.

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Taiwan startup FunNow gets $5M Series A to help locals in Asian cities find last-minute things to do
Taiwan startup FunNow gets $5M Series A to help locals in Asian cities find last-minute things to do 150 150 Catherine Shu

“Instant booking” apps that let tourists sign up for activities on very short notice have been in the news a lot lately, partly because of Klook’s new unicorn status, but also because of the proliferation of startups in the space, especially in Asia. With so many instant booking apps, are there any niches left to […]

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Openbook is the latest dream of a digital life beyond Facebook
Openbook is the latest dream of a digital life beyond Facebook 150 150 Natasha Lomas

As tech’s social giants wrestle with antisocial demons that appear to be both an emergent property of their platform power, and a consequence of specific leadership and values failures (evident as they publicly fail to enforce even the standards they claim to have), there are still people dreaming of a better way. Of social networking beyond outrage-fuelled […]

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Founder Zain Jaffer may be looking to take back control of Vungle
Founder Zain Jaffer may be looking to take back control of Vungle 150 150 Anthony Ha

Zain Jaffer may be gearing up for a fight to take back control of Vungle, the mobile ad company he founded. Jaffer was removed from his role as CEO last fall following his arrest on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and performing a lewd act on a child. However, a San Mateo County […]

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Federacy wants to put bug bounty programs in reach of every startup
Federacy wants to put bug bounty programs in reach of every startup 150 150 Ron Miller

Federacy, a member of the Y Combinator Summer 2018 class, has a mission to make bug bounty programs available to even the smallest startup. Traditionally, bug bounty programs from players like Bugcrowd and HackerOne have been geared toward larger organizations. While these certainly have their place, founders William and James Sulinski, who happen to be […]

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Apeel Sciences is combating food waste with plant-derived second peels
Apeel Sciences is combating food waste with plant-derived second peels 150 150 Sarah Wells

In a world bursting with abundances like self-driving cars and robotic personal assistants, you would think that basic needs like sustainable food sourcing and distribution would be a problem of the past. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), every year roughly […]

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Workona helps web workers finally close all those tabs
Workona helps web workers finally close all those tabs 150 150 Sarah Perez

A new startup, Workona, this week launched software designed for those who primarily do their work in a browser. The company’s goal is to become the OS for web work – and to also save web workers from the hell that is a million open tabs. To accomplish this, Workona offers smart browser windows you […]

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Google isn’t sure how to spell ‘Fortnite Battle Royale’
Google isn’t sure how to spell ‘Fortnite Battle Royale’ 150 150 Jordan Crook

The launch of Fortnite Battle Royale has left Google in a slight predicament. While Google is in no way hard up for cash, Fortnite Battle Royale for Android certainly represented the potential for a relatively big revenue stream for an app. That is, until Epic Games decided it would launch Fortnite for Android from its […]

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Wonderschool raises $20M to help people start in-home preschools
Wonderschool raises $20M to help people start in-home preschools 150 150 Josh Constine

Educators already don’t get paid enough, and those that work in preschools or daycares often make 48% less. Meanwhile, parents struggle to find great early education programs where kids receive enough attention and there’s space, but they don’t need special connections or to pass grueling admissions interviews to get in. Any time there’s a lousy […]

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