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Epic Games says ‘Fortnite’ users on iPhone have plummeted 60%, and it’s trying to force Apple to reinstate the game to the App Store
Epic Games, the creator of “Fortnite,” is still trying to force Apple to restore the game to the App Store while the two companies duke it out over whether Apple’s rules on in-app purchases are legal
European Venture Report Q2 2020: Funding down to 2018 levels after record high in 2019
European venture funding for the first half of 2020 is down from 2019–when it was at an all-time high–by 20 percent. However, the first half of 2020 still beat out 2018 by more than a billion dollars. In the first half of 2020, 904 startups raised funding above $2 million. That count is down by […]
India’s agriculture technology can grow to $24.1 billion in 5 years
India’s agriculture technology sector has the potential to grow manifold to $24.1 billion in the next five years, according to a new report. With a turnover of $204 million, India’s agri-tech sector is at under 1% of its market potential today.
Hot wealth startups — JPMorgan tech pay
Wealth-tech funding is heating back up. Last quarter, wealth startups raised $1.2 billion in venture funding, up from $450 million during the first quarter, according to CB Insights data.
Tesla’s stock price is the ‘biggest houses of cards’
Tesla’s explosive share-price growth has made the luxury electric vehicle maker one of the hottest tech stories of the year, but its stock levels are “houses of cards” waiting to “fold”, one Wall Street strategist says.
How to (Finally) Listen to All Those Podcasts in Your Queue
Struggling with a backlog of episodes from your favorite shows? These tips will help you listen not just to more, but the best episodes.
10 start-ups from emerging Europe to watch in 2020
With the economies of emerging Europe moving increasingly dominated by innovation and technology, we take a look at 10 of the region’s most promising and disruptive start-ups.
10 revolutionising AI startups from Estonia you need to know about in 2019
Estonia is now one of the advanced digital societies in Europe. Initially, it was in 2007 when Estonia became the first country to let citizens cast their vote online during the general elections.
9 European tech startups solving food waste management issues
It is estimated by the United Nations that over one-third of the total food produced globally is tossed instead of eaten. Not only food but the waste, land and other resources that get into producing the same also go waste.
Hungary launches the first incubator for agricultural startups
The Hungarian National Chamber of Agriculture (NAK) and Central Europe’s leading innovation agency Design Terminal launched the NAK TechLab, the first incubator for agricultural startups.
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