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An online company that allows users to obtain a copy of their birth and death certificates from U.S. state governments has exposed a massive cache of applications — including their personal information. More than 752,000 applications for copies of birth certificates were found on an Amazon Web Services (AWS) storage bucket. (The bucket also had… Over 750,000 applications for US birth certificate copies exposed online 계속 읽기
VOCHI, a Belarus-based startup behind a clever computer vision-based video editing app used by online creators, has raised an additional $2.4 million in a “late-seed” round that follows the company’s initial $1.5 million round led by Ukraine-based Genesis Investments last year. The new funds follow a period of significant growth for the mobile tool, which… VOCHI raises additional $2.4 million for its computer vision-powered video editing app 계속 읽기
Swiftarc Ventures announced its $10 million Swiftarc Beauty Fund to support female founders leading the next wave of beauty and wellness brands. Swiftarc started in 2019 and this is its fourth fund, Sid Jawahar, founder and managing partner told TechCrunch. “We are being socially conscious and deliberate in solving the funding issue for female founders… Swiftarc Ventures launches beauty fund aimed at women-led startups 계속 읽기
This guest post is written by Jack Arrington, who contributed 50% of the genetic material required to produce TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington. Jack was around at the very beginning of what we today call the Information Technology business. In 1950 pure business necessity drove Bank of America, then the largest bank in the world, to… Information Technology, 50 Years Ago 계속 읽기
Getting children to school safely and reliably is a challenge as old as public education itself. But rarely have any entrepreneurs tackled the problem of updating and optimizing one of the nation’s largest legacy transit systems, now nearly a century old. It’s still common to find people at U.S. student transportation hubs speaking into walkie-talkies… Zūm CEO Ritu Narayan explains why equity and accessibility works for mobility services 계속 읽기
Update: After nearly a full day of downtime, the company has issued an official patch here. More details on how to get your Rift up-and-running here. Someone at Oculus screwed up pretty badly today: An expired certificate appears to have soft-bricked all of the company’s Rift VR headsets, with users still unable to fire up… All of Oculus’s Rift headsets have stopped working due to an expired certificate 계속 읽기
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