France says its contact-tracing application, which would likely send tracking data to a state-run server, won't work with iOS Bluetooth privacy protections (Helene Fouquet/Bloomberg)

[ad_1] Helene Fouquet / Bloomberg: France says its contact-tracing application, which would likely send tracking data to a state-run server, won’t work with iOS Bluetooth privacy protections  —  – Minister says Apple protocol slows government’s app deployment  — Government developing app without using Google-Apple platform [ad_2] Source link

After the pandemic shut down live-music venues, some artists have turned to sites like Stageit to livestream performances with typical viewers paying around $15 (Lucas Shaw/Bloomberg)

[ad_1] Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg: After the pandemic shut down live-music venues, some artists have turned to sites like Stageit to livestream performances with typical viewers paying around $15  —  The crowd of a few hundred begins to gather a half-hour before Rhett Miller takes the stage. [ad_2] Source link

NextView Ventures is launching a remote accelerator for startups – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Over the weekend, Silicon Valley leader Marc Andreessen broke his usual silence and gave some advice to Silicon Valley: It’s time to build. The famed investor urged CEOs, entrepreneurs and investors alike to welcome new companies into their circles. The blog post details high-flying pieces of advice that could each land in a unique…

Vestiaire Collective raises $64.2 million for its second-hand fashion platform – TechCrunch

[ad_1] Vestiaire Collective just closed another big round of funding in the middle of an economic crisis — the round closed in early April. The startup raised $64.2 million (€59 million) and the company has raised more than $240 million over the year, according to Crunchbase. Vestiaire Collective operates a marketplace of pre-owned fashion items.…

Gamers report unauthorized access to their Nintendo accounts

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3D-printed glasses startup Fitz is making custom protective eyewear for healthcare workers – TechCrunch

[ad_1] A lot of startups have answered the call for more personal protective equipment (PPE) and other essentials to support healthcare workers in their efforts to curb the spread and impact of COVID-19. One of those is direct-to-consumer 3D-printed eyewear brand Fitz, which is employing its custom-fit glasses technology to build protective, prescription specs for…