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These are the most active investors in India’s startups

Which investors are most active in India? Using Tech in Asia’s data, we’ve generated this constantly updated list of investors that have invested in India-based startups in the past two years. We’re arranging firms by the number of deals they’ve done.

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In brief: Oyo acquires Singapore co-working space Innov8

Diversifying from the hotel and long-term lodging business, Oyo has acquired Singapore co-working space Innov8, sources said. Oyo, which has more than US$1.1 billion in its balance sheet, reportedly spent between 1.5 billion (US$21.6 million) and 2 billion rupees (US$28.

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In brief: Hong Kong crypto exchange Gatecoin ordered to shut down

The court has ordered Hong Kong-based crypto exchange Gatecoin to cease operations immediately, the company announced yesterday.

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How China’s KOLs convert fans to sales, creating a nearly $9b industry

The Kardashians may have been able to create an entertainment phenomenon in the US by revealing their luxurious lifestyle through a long-running reality TV series, but Chinese key opinion leaders (KOLs) have been able to convert fans and generate sales on a level their Western peers can only dream o

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Microsoft venture arm leads GO1’s $25m funding round

Australian professional development platform GO1 has raised over US$25 million in series B funding, it announced today.

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Microsoft venture arm leads GO1’s $25m funding round

Australian professional development platform GO1 has raised over US$25 million in series B funding, it announced today.

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Techmeme now publishing paid and free “Leaderboards” showing the most influential reporters around a specific news topic

Today Techmeme has begun publishing Topic Leaderboards, which list the top authors and publications covering topic areas such as cloud computing, autonomous vehicles, and cryptocurrency, with additional topics to come.

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Apple and Stanford’s Apple Watch study identified irregular heartbeats in over 2,000 patients

Apple and the Stanford University School of Medicine each issued press releases today citing the results of the Apple Heart Study that they jointly announced in November 2017.

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A Note From Mark Zuckerberg

Today Mark Zuckerberg shared the following post with employees. Hey everyone — I want to share some important updates as we organize our company to build out the privacy-focused social platform I discussed in my note last week.

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大灣區變「粵港澳台灣區」

粵港澳大灣區推進如火如荼,內地《環球時報》昨天刊載台灣問題專家、上海社科院台灣研究中心主任盛九元文章,建議邀請台灣加入成為大灣區一分子,既可讓寶島分享「十大經濟紅利」,當然亦有利於祖國和平統一大業。這

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The Ultimate Work Skills List to Help You Change Careers

Career changes are tough. As adults, there are many factors that impact our decisions – family, finances, life partner, or the labor market. As you analyze and plan, it’s easy to fall victim to your own preconceived notions and jaded assumptions.

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The podcast industry is growing out of its teen years — and facing a new identity struggle

Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 199, published March 12, 2019. A tipping point.

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Market, Team, Product – AVC

It is not that simple in my view. When I think about the big wins we have had over the years, they almost all exhibited a combination of a large market, a great product, and a talented founding team.

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China may use facial recognition to stop kids from live streaming

If you’re under 18 in China and want to play one of the most popular mobile games in the world, Honor of Kings (aka Arena of Valor), you will need to pass an AI facial recognition test. Soon, even tuning into live streamed videos might require the same.

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Trade war is killing overseas investment by Chinese, US tech companies, analysts say

Efforts by the US to block Chinese access to its latest technology is weighing on cross-border investment in both countries as tensions over trade and technology policies have escalated between the superpowers in the past year.

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In China, you’ll soon be able to pay your subway fare with your face

China has led the world in adoption of smartphone-based mobile payments, reaching the point where its central bank had to remind merchants not to discriminate against cash. And the next phase of development may be to pay with your face.

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本地初創開發低延遲藍牙耳機 解決弱聽人士煩惱

對於弱聽人士而言,助聽器是必要的輔助工具,協助他們改善聽覺功能。不過一般的助聽器都有延遲的問題,而本地初創公司 Chears 就開發低延遲藍牙耳機,希望可以解決弱聽人士的煩惱,改善聲音和環境不同步的問題。

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今日廣場》蕭新晟/為什麼台灣很難做新創?

蕭新晟/時代力量科技長 有人說台灣很難做新創是因為市場小,但國際上不論是以色列或荷蘭等相同規模小國都有蓬勃的新創能量。有人說台灣難做新創是因為教育制度僵化,但我親身的經驗是台灣充滿渾身創意的開發者、技

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Xfers is the first startup approved by the Singapore gov’t to run a large e-money service

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has approved fintech startup Xfers’ application to become a widely accepted stored value facility (SVF). It is the first startup to get this approval. It joins the ranks of four other SVFs: EZ-Link Card, Nets CashCard, Nets FlashPay, and CapitaVoucher.

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尚乘推獎學金培育大灣區人才

原文刊於信報財經新聞 本地投行尚乘集團與加拿大滑鐵盧大學(University of Waterloo)合作,推出「AMTD X UWaterloo Global Talent Programme」,冀為粵港澳大灣區培養更多具國際視野的人才。尚乘集團董事長兼總裁蔡志堅透露,該全球人

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The Diverse Syndicate – AVC

Startups are generally not funded by just one investor. They are usually funded by a collection of investors; the angel syndicate, followed by the seed syndicate, followed by the VC syndicate. This gives the founder the opportunity to gain insights and advice from a group of people versus just one.

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China Is Catching Up to the US in AI Research–Fast

At the world’s top computer-vision conference last June, Google and Apple sponsored an academic contest that challenged algorithms to make sense of images from twin cameras collected under varied conditions, such as sunny and poor weather.

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Google’s Larry Page Leveled ‘Veiled Threat’ Over Control of Company

Google co-founder Larry Page worried he would lose control of the company in 2011 and delivered what appeared to be a “veiled threat” to quit over the issue, according to confidential emails and other documents recently unsealed in a court case.

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