Daily Archives: 05.04.2021

Memfault Raises $8.5M To Level The Playing Field For Hardware Developers

San Francisco-based Memfault closed an $8.5 million Series A to help make hardware developers’ lives a little easier. “We are the first to bring modern DevOps to the hardware market,” said CEO François Baldassari. The 3-year-old company is attempting to provide hardware developers with a new infrastructure to give them access to the same tools software developers have enjoyed for ...

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SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule swaps docking ports on space station

The Crew Dragon “Resilience” spacecraft closes in for docking Monday at the International Space Station. Credit: NASA TV/Spaceflight Now In the home stretch of nearly a half-year on the International Space Station, four astronauts suited up and rode their SpaceX-owned Crew Dragon “Resilience” spaceship to a new docking port outside the orbiting research lab Monday, a first-of-its kind maneuver for ...

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“Severe disruption” to Insomnia chain from pandemic

The business here includes 75 high street outlets The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a “severe disruption” of the Insomnia coffee chain business here. That is according to the directors of the holding company for Insomnia, BHJ Holdings who state that Covid-19 hugely impacted the performance of the group in 2020 “and is expected to have a significant impact on the 2021 performance ...

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A smart camera that does the thinking

Seervision’s software operates cameras as if it were a human and facilitates video productions. The start-​up has its roots at ETH Zurich, where students once developed a clunky prototype for recording lectures. The coronavirus crisis has made video a powerful communication tool: meetings, presentations and even cultural events are all being broadcast online. But anyone looking to stand out in ...

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