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24 stycznia, 2022 Wyłączone

Apple TV+ 'Ted Lasso,’ 'Schmigadoon!’ up for Art Directors Guild Awards

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Apple has been honored with a collection of nominations for the Art Directors Guild awards, with Apple TV films and shows including „Ted Lasso” and „The Morning Show”on the list alongside a trio of Apple commercials.

Announced on Monday, the Art Directors Guild has revealed nominations for its 26th Annual Excellence in Production Design Awards, which honors TV shows, films, music videos, commercials, and animated features. For 2022’s awards, content from Apple TV+ appears five times on the list, out of eight nominations linked to Apple in general.”The Tragedy of Macbeth” production designer Stefan Dechant is up for Period Feature Film, with it competing against „The French Dispatch,” „Licorice Pizza,” „Nightmare Alley,” and „West Side Story,” reports Deadline

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Investor calls for Peloton to fire CEO, consider selling company

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Peloton ended 2020 on top. Its own supply chain issues had presented a hurdle — but if anything, these were side effects of the company’s own stratospheric successes. It simply couldn’t keep up with demand, one of the better problems to have as a business on the rise. Always leave them wanting more, as P.T. […]
24 stycznia, 2022 Wyłączone

Tekever raises $23M for industrial drone technology optimized for maritime surveillance

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Industrial drones — the enterprise complement to the unmanned aerial vehicles that consumers own for leisurely use — are taking off in the market, fueled by a new wave of software and hardware technology that improves their battery life, reach and performance, and a growing number of organizations investing in these services to raise their […]
24 stycznia, 2022 Wyłączone

Soona, a virtual photo shoot platform for e-commerce, raises $35 million Series B

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Alongside the dramatic growth in e-commerce, in part fueled by the pandemic, there’s also increased demand for services that can help merchants more easily participate online. A startup called Soona, now backed by an additional $35 million in Series B funding, has been tapping into this market with its platform that allows brands to create […]
24 stycznia, 2022 Wyłączone

Fathom raises $4.7M for its AI notetaker

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Fathom, a startup that is building an AI notetaker for Zoom, today announced that it has raised a $4.7 million seed round from a range of early-stage investors, including Zoom’s own Apps Fund. Other investors include the likes of early Zoom investors Maven Ventures, Bill Tai and Matt Ocko, early-stage funds Character.vc, Active Capital, Global […]
24 stycznia, 2022 Wyłączone

Apple fined $5.6M for failing to meet Dutch dating app order

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Apple has not done enough to appease a regulator’s order concerning App Store payment rules affecting dating apps in the Netherlands, a decision that has now cost the company 5 million euros.

On January 15, Apple confirmed it would abide by an order by the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) to allow dating apps operating in the country to use third-party payment mechanisms. In a review of the rule changes, the ACM believes Apple has yet to fully comply with the order.Apple had until January 15 to provide developers with ways to take payments relating to dating apps through alternative means than the usual in-app purchases mechanism. Apple allowed developers to add an in-app link pointing to a website to complete purchases, and the option to use a third-party payment system.

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24 stycznia, 2022 Wyłączone

Sayata, which offers an automated online insurance marketplace for SMBs, adds $35M to its $17M Series A from August 2021 (Christine Hall/TechCrunch)

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Sayata, which offers an automated online insurance marketplace for SMBs, adds $35M to its $17M Series A from August 2021  —  Insurance broker and carrier marketplace Sayata took in $35 million in additional funds toward its Series A after raising $17 million in funds last August.