Daily Archives: 02.06.2021

Pyn Raises $8M To Help Build New Hybrid Work Culture

Australia-based Pyn closed an $8 million Seed-1 round to help companies stay more engaged with employees — something many are looking to do as the workforce has become more distributed. The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz. Other investors in the round included BambooHR co-founder Ryan Sanders, Accel Partners and Skip Capital. Founded in 2019, the company has raised a ...

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Uber Invents Self Driving Electric Scooters

Uber is going to revolutionize the way we travel within cities. The expert search team at PatentYogi discovered a recent patent application from Uber that discloses Uber’s plan to use fully autonomous electric scooters within cities. Image credit: Pixabay (Free Pixabay license) Electric scooters are gaining popularity throughout the world due to their ability to help reduce congestion, decrease emissions, ...

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JAXA Using Water Bottle Technology for Sample-Return Missions From the ISS

The International Space Station (ISS) is not only the largest and most sophisticated orbiting research facility ever built, it is arguably the most important research facility we have. With its cutting-edge facilities and microgravity environment, the ISS is able to conduct lucrative experiments that are leading to advances in astrobiology, astronomy, medicine, biology, space weather and meteorology, and materials science. ...

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SpaceX, ULA Primed for Five Launches in June, CRS-22 Dragon Set to Fly Thursday

The CRS-21 Dragon approaches the space station for docking last December. Photo Credit: NASA Favorable weather looks set to predominate for the first Space Coast launch of June, targeted for 1:29 p.m. EDT Thursday from historic Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). A brand-new Falcon 9—the first time this year that SpaceX will launch a never-before-flown booster—is set ...

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Local Property Tax to apply to homes built since 2013

Around 60% of property owners will see no increase The Cabinet has agreed that owners of new homes built since 2013 will now have to pay Local Property Tax. It follows a decision taken at a meeting to finalise the new €3.5 billion Economic Recovery Plan. Taoiseach Micheál Martin, alongside Tánaiste Leo Varadkar and Green Party leader Eamon Ryan announced ...

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Steve Jobs Statue In Budapest To Get A New Neighbor – Satoshi Nakamoto

Source: Adobe/Sakuramos A monument for Satoshi Nakamoto is set to emerge in Budapest, Hungary, as a part of a local initiative by Hungarian crypto community to raise awareness about the importance of Bitcoin (BTC) and blockchain technology. The idea started with András Györfi, the editor of the Hungarian crypto website Kripto Akadémia. The project team also includes Imre Szilágyi, founder ...

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