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Business owners can now manage their own fleet of shared Bird e-scooters for a fee through "Bird Platform"

Bird has unveiled a means for local business owners and entrepreneurial individuals to manage their own fleet of shared Bird e-scooters for a fee with access to the tools, products and technology needed for efficient management of fleets of shared e-scooters provided for them. Through the new build dubbed "Bird Platform", Bird will supply independent operators with the Bird Zero scooters, a marketplace of chargers and mechanics and also tools required for management of an e-scooter business in exchange for a service fee. As per the company, 300 persons have already expressed interest in the new initiative. Operators will be able to add a custom logo to both their customized website and Bird Zero vehicles for differentiation once they sign up while also having access to a marketplace of chargers and mechanics to aid in maintenance and distribution of the e-scooters. Bird will provide a portfolio of operational tools for management and optimization of fleets once they ar

Getty Images raises $500 million from Koch investment arm

Getty Images co-founders Mark Getty (left) and Jonathan Klein (right) Getty Images Getty Images has announced a $500 million non-controlling preferred equity investment from the investment arm of chemicals giant Koch Industries marking over $9 billion invested so far by Koch Equity Development (KED) into public, private and family-owned businesses since 2012. Other notable bets include cloud software company Infor and New York based safety lighting and filtration systems maker Truck-Lite. The Getty family continues to retain control over the company following an acquisition of controlling interest from the Carlyle Group earlier this year. Koch Equity will have no input into Getty's content or editorial coverage under the terms of this investment. Koch Equity Development (KED) is the investment arm of chemicals and manufacturing conglomerate Koch Industries run by the Koch brothers. David Koch is pictured here at the 2015 Defending the American Dream Summit at the

Dental care startup quip nabs $40 million from Sherpa and TriplePoint

image : quip Dental care startup quip has raised $40 million in equity and debt financing led by existing investor Sherpa Capital alongside Triplepoint Capital bringing the total raised by the company to over $60 million. The company plans to support launches of upcoming products and professional care services with this latest funding. So far, quip has sold over 1 million of its electric toothbrushes through a direct-to-consumer method and has also expanded into an omni-channel approach through a recent launch in Target stores across the U.S. This launch follows an acquisition of New York-based dental care membership plan Afora for acceleration of its plan to offer a "more simple and affordable alternative to dental insurance for millions of potential consumers". quip co-founders Bill May (left) and Simon Enever image : quip quip operates a digital platform for its millions of users to connect to a growing network of more than 25,000 dental professionals in

Tesla China sales said to dive 70% in October amid tariff hikes

Tesla Sales of Tesla vehicles in China is said to have sank by a high 70% in the month of October according to a new piece from Reuters citing data from the country’s passenger car association. As per Reuters, an official from the China Passenger Car Association said data from the industry body indicated the EV maker sold just 211 vehicles in what counts as the world's largest auto market last month. Tesla has indicated reduced sales in the country due to tariff hikes placed on foreign goods affecting purchase of its vehicles which it imports due to increased prices although it hasn't outed any specific figures concerning sales. Tesla The company has embarked on plans for a manufacturing facility in the country to tackle this but that will likely take a long time to implement from start to finish. Beijing raised tariffs on imports of U.S. autos to 40% this July amid a growing trade war with the United States. Further retaliatory tariffs placed by the U.S. o

Lime kicks off E-Bike Service in U.K.

Lime Lime has set up shop in the U.K. with a mobility service for electric bicycles, not its conventional e-scooters as it aims for a user base in the U.K. where e-scooter services are currently disallowed. This service is up in the town of Milton Keynes where riders can locate and unlock Lime's bikes through a smartphone app for short distance rides. The bikes equipped with a 250-watt motor and a rechargeable lithium battery will cost a Pound to activate and a further 15 pence per minute used. The town of Milton Keynes is no stranger to new mobility services having witnessed trials for new initiatives ranging from self-driving cars to delivery robots and autonomous pods. It's established itself as a leader for introduction of new and exciting types of mobility to the UK. Lime co-founders Brad Bao (left) and Toby Sun Lime “We’re excited to provide residents and visitors to Milton Keynes with a healthy, accessible and emission-free way to get around town,” Ge

EV startup Rivian unveils all-electric pickup

Rivian LA based electric vehicle startup Rivian has cleared the air on the first of its two electric vehicles, An all-electric pickup 5-passenger pickup dubbed the R1T with specs such as a range of up to 400+ milesa wading depth of 1 meter, and the performance and precise control of quad-motor AWD according to the company. Rivian's two new EVs, The R1T pickup and the R1S SUV are built on the same platform crafted to efficiently package the battery pack, suspension, braking and thermal system and drive units all below the height of the wheel for provision of space for riders and their gear. Rivian This system delivers low center of gravity that supports vehicle agility and stability in addition to its packaging benefits. The R1T leverages the vehicle architecture for delivery of what Rivian says is more lockable storage than any other pickup in the world. It features a 330-liter front trunk easily accessed for daily use with the hood fully powered for opening and

Logitech reportedly in talks to snap up headphone maker Plantronics

The Plantronics RIG Flex Plantronics Swiss hardware manufacturer Logitech is reportedly in talks to acquire U.S. based headphone maker Plantronics in a deal that would mark its largest acquisition till date if proceeded as reported. Reuters broke this report earlier this Friday  stating of Logitech having offered over $2.2 billion to purchase Plantronics currently valued at around $2 billion on the New York Stock Exchange. As per Reuters, a deal could come as early as next week if negotiations prove successful while also noting of a possibility of no agreement being reached in the end. Logitech has made 2 acquisitions this year already nabbing Beyond Entertainment for an undisclosed price in May and Blue Microphones for $117 million in July. A Plantronics headphone in display. Plantronics Plantronics completed an acquisition of communication technology developer Polycom this July for $2 billion; a move aimed for capturing of additional opportunities a

Make use of the Microsoft Shopping Assistant browser add-on to fetch deals this season

Microsoft Shopping for Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the Christmas season is done by customers all around the world looking to the best offers available from different retailers around the web. The process of finding this may sometimes prove difficult or time consuming for shoppers, but with several solutions being put out everyday, global buyers are finding it more seamless and easy to find the best deals around the web. One useful tool for this is the Microsoft Shopping Assistant , The company's browser add-on first released in 2016 through  The Garage , a program that encourages its employees to work on interesting projects without relations to their primary function. Microsoft The add-on helps users fetch the best deals at over 50,000 online stores including top retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Etsy. It enables customers track price changes for selected products with automatic notifications, compare prices across retailers and organize shopping with custom b

New 'Visions' No Man's Sky update brings vibrant new planets for the Explorer

No Man's Sky/Hello Games A new update to No Man's Sky dropped on the 22nd of November dubbed Visions which brings the same sense of variety to the surface of alien planets as the previous update The Abyss brought to the oceans. Players are getting a re-imagined set of sci-fi inspired landscapes, exotic new worlds, strange lifeforms, new ways to make a fortune and more vibrant and diverse color palettes as part of this update. No Man's Sky explorers will be able to discover this universe together in a new  Community Research mission where everyone will team up to unlock a new set of rewards which include more gestures and building parts, deployable fireworks and the new Eye of the Korvax helmet. Those who prefer to play solo will also find lots of reasons to keep exploring in exotic anomalous planets now easier to find and more varied. These strange worlds are occupied by new lifeforms with differing characters; some harmless, others predatory and all new. Tra

Top Japanese wireless carriers reportedly plan to cut iPhone XR price

Apple A new report coming from the Wall Street Journal states of major Japanese wireless carriers looking to cut the price of the iPhone XR as early net week citing people familiar with the matter. The report states that Apple will offer subsidies to mobile network operators in the industry to boost sales of the newly released smartphone. This comes after a recent report of the smartphone maker cutting orders from suppliers due to lower than expected demand for new iPhones. It also forecast lower sales for the Christmas period below Wall Street expectations which came as a shock to investors. The company kicked off sales of the iPhone XS and XS Max in September and that of the XR in October. Several analysts have predicted the company will further lower production of the XR smartphone due to lower than expected sales numbers.

Amazon resumes access to international sites for Australian shoppers

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Amazon Amazon has reversed the decision to block shoppers from accessing its international sites in Australia after backlash received from this which affected its launch in the Australian market. Amazon's U.S. site comes with a much bigger range of products Australian shoppers grew accustomed to and purchased prior to the launch of a regional platform a year ago. This July, The company began redirecting Australian users to and stopped shipping to Australian addresses from international warehouses after a new goods and service tax (GST) law which required retailers to collect a 10% tax on imports. Inside the Amazon campus Amazon The legislation came with the intention of assisting Australian businesses compete with bigger international online retailers but made Amazon take the decision widely criticized by consumers in the country. Questions were raises about why Amazon had to take to a block regarding the tax law as oppose

Tesla cuts price of the Model X and S vehicles in China

Tesla Tesla is reducing the price of its Model S and Model X vehicles in China to make it more “affordable” in the world's largest auto market, a move which will see it take more of a strike from tariffs related to a trade war between China and the U.S. The EV maker said it will cut prices by 12-26 percent in the Chinese market where sales of electric vehicles are fast rising. “We are absorbing a significant part of the tariff to help make our cars more affordable for customers in China,” Tesla said in a statement to news agency Reuters . Tesla Tariffs related to the trade war has causes hassles for sale of Tesla vehicles in the Chinese region and has led the company to accelerate investment in what marks as its first overseas Gigafactory in Shanghai. It has secured a site for this facility for production of electric vehicles in China to avoid import tariffs that lead to greater expenses. It recently launched pre-sales of the new Model 3 vehicle in China with a st

BMW will offer ride hailing services in China starting next month

BMW BMW has made plans to launch ride-hailing services in China beginning from next month marking it as the first global automaker to obtain a license to do so in the rapidly growing Chinese market. A fully owned subsidiary of the German automaker secured a ride-hailing license in the Chengdu region to take on this task. It's increasing its stake in its joint venture with Brilliance China Automotive to 75% and will strive for market share in a market dominated by ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing. The Chinese ride-hailing market is worth $23 billion according to consulting firm Bain & Co indicating a large market for firms to tap into. The Chinese market is a target for various automakers to set up shop being fast-growing day by day, other automakers such as Daimler have also made plans to launch ride-hailing services in the region. It took to a joint venture with Chinese auto giant Geely for this.

Nvidia signs up Chinese EV startups for its Xavier computing platform

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang Nvidia Chipmaker Nvidia has signed deals with Chinese EV startups SF Motors, Singulato Motors and XPeng for development of autonomous technology as per its CEO Jensen Huang who made this known at an event in the eastern Chinese city of Suzhou. The EV startups will make use of Nvidia's AI chip Xavier and its computing platform for development of hadware for autonomous driving. Each company will work on a host of projects ranging from machine learning to data collection. The Xavier chip Nvidia XPeng has plans to build out level 3 intelligent driving features in its vehicles starting from 2020 and will make use of custom software and hardware developed with Nvidia for this. Likewise, SF Motors plans to launch its first EV next year and will develop autonomous tech using the Xavier chip while Singulato plans to also build out level 3 driving features and eventually upgrade to level 4 autonomous driving for its vehicles. The Xavier chi

Tokopedia said to be valued at $7 billion after $1 billion funding from Softbank and others

Tokopedia Indonesian e-commerce company Tokopedia and the country's largest online marketplace is reportedly now valued at $7 billion after a $1 billion round raised from existing investors including Softbank. The report comes from Bloomberg citing people familiar with the matter. A $7 billion valuation will shoot Tokopedia to become Indonesia's most valuable startup in a country that counts 3 other unicorns - Bukalapak, Go-Jek and Traveloka. The company has raised around $1.3 billion prior to this reported round from investors including Alibaba, Sequoia, East Ventures, Beenos Ventures and also Softbank. Tokopedia It's unclear if Softbank's participation in this reported round came from the company itself or through the Vision Fund although earlier this year, It transferred prior holdings in Tokopedia to the fund. Founded in 2009, Tokopedia has grown to be the leading e-commerce player in Indonesia benefiting from high growth in the country's digital

Autodesk acquires PlanGrid for $875 million

PlanGrid Autodesk has agreed to an acquisition of construction tech startup PlanGrid for $875 million to enable it offer a more comprehensive, cloud-based construction platform. The company announced in a press release this Monday marking its 2nd acquisition this year and its 68th so far. San Francisco based PlanGrid provides software that enable general contractors, subcontractors and owners in commercial, heavy civil and other industries collaborate on construction projects. Its software gives builders access to vital info like progress photos, daily reports, submittals, plans. project tasks and punch lists for co-operation throughout construction life-cycles. PlanGrid CEO Tracy Young PlanGrid PlanGrid has raised $69 million in funding from investors including Tenaya Capital, Sequoia Capital, Founders Fund, Y Combinator, S28 Capital and others and is currently led by female co-founder and CEO Tracy Young. “At PlanGrid, we have a relentless focus on empowering cons

Google to set up €600 million Danish data center

An engineer works in a Google data center Google Google has revealed it's setting up a data center in the Danish town of Fredericia breaking grounds for its first ever in the country of Denmark. It's investing 600 million Euros for construction of this data center which will align with its efforts of using 100 percent carbon-free energy. Google is going after new investment opportunities (called Power Purchase Agreements, or PPAs) in Danish renewable energy projects like solar energy, onshore wind and offshore wind to keep up with energy demand for this. An engineer works in a Google data center Google The Fredericia data center will take advantage of machine learning to ensure every watt of electricity counts and will be among the most energy efficient data centers in Denmark as per Google. Construction of this new facility is expected to support 1,450 jobs per year from 2018-2021 and 150-250 jobs when the facility becomes operational. The new data ce

Softbank banks $2 billion on South Korean e-commerce firm Coupang

Coupang CEO and founder Bom Kim Coupang Softbank has invested $2 billion into South Korean e-commerce leader Coupang from its Vision Fund marking another round it has put up for the company after a previous $1 billion investment in 2015 (although that came from Softbank itself and not the Vision Fund). This deal is said to come with a $9 billion post-money valuation for the company and consist of new stock (i.e. no secondary sales) providing Coupang which has now raised $3.4 billion in capital with more cash for its operations. Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son image source : Softbank Coupang currently leads online sales in South Korea with over 120 million items available for purchase by customers. It says half of the country's population has downloaded its app which has led it to double revenue in the last 2 years with a forecast for $5 billion by this year's end. In addition to online sales, it also operates its payment service and has invested heavily in logi

Kroger sets sights on automated warehouse in Cincinnati

Kroger and self-driving startup Nuro struck a similar deal earlier this year to offer home delivery to customers through the use of robotics solutions. Kroger/Nuro Retail giant Kroger has teamed up with U.K. based online supermarket Ocado for development of an automated warehouse facility with digital and robotic capabilities in Cincinnati, Ohio which would mark as the first among 20 of such robotic warehouses it plans to set up. The customer fulfillment center will be constructed in the suburb of Monroe and will see its model replicated for more centers that will serve customers across the U.S. The retailer is putting $55 million towards construction of this center which will span 335,000 square feet and is expected to generate more than 410 new jobs. Kroger/Ocado This marks another step in the partnership Kroger and Ocado inked earlier this year to bring the latter's innovation and technologies for retail in the U.S. This October, both companies signed

The Wildest Xbox One X Delivery from 13,000 Feet Up just happened

Xbox Xbox, Electronic Arts and its subsidiary DICE teamed up for what would count as wildest console release we are yet to see with a delivery of the first Xbox One X Special Edition bundle from 13,000 feet up by American stunt performer and Nitro Circus’ very own Travis Pastrana to celebrate the launch of Battlefield V. Stunt performer Travis Pastrana showcased the brand new Battlefield V-themed bundle while hitting a peak speed of 140mph jumping head-first out of an airplane with an Xbox One X in hand. The special delivery was made in Paisley, Florida to retired Navy Corpsman, and longtime Xbox fan, Jeff Bartrom as a thank you for service thanks to a partnership with  Operation Supply Drop . The successful delivery will enable Bartrom just like other Xbox One X console owners to get a more better experience in 4K Ultra HD and HDR while playing Battlefield V. The video game title goes back to to its roots in a never-before-seen portrayal of World War II where players take o

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