Doordash Lays Off 1,250 Employees To Rein In Operating Expenses - [2022-11-30 Saroev]

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San Francisco police can now use robots to kill: Brian Heater


A proposal allowing the use of robots for deadly force passed San Francisco’s board of supervisors with an 8-3 vote.

CommonGround raises $25M for immersive video avatar technology that doesn't rely on VR gear: Ingrid Lunden


With a smartphone, you create an animated, real-time avatar. In Q1, it's launching videoconferencing software where you'll be able to use it.

DoorDash lays off 1,250 employees to rein in operating expenses: Aisha Malik


DoorDash is laying off 1,250 people in an effort to rein in costs, the company's CEO Tony Xu said in a message to employees on Wednesday.

Airbnb is helping find renters an apartment so they can Airbnb it: Ivan Mehta


Airbnb launched a new program to help renters find apartments that they can also list on Airbnb to earn extra income.

Natives Rising wins backing to help Native Americans into tech and startups: Mike Butcher


According to the National Center for Education Statistics, Black, Latina, and Native American women represent approximately 16 percent of the total US population, but make up only 4 percent of students obtaining bachelor’s degrees in computing. On this trend,…

Binance poised for Japan expansion after buying local exchange Sakura: Rita Liao


Binance’s sprawling empire is about to get bigger as it eyes expansion in Japan. The world’s largest crypto trading platform has acquired 100% of Sakura Exchange BitCoin for an undisclosed amount, a registered crypto exchange in Japan, the company said Wednes…

Honda to launch fuel cell vehicle in 2024: Jaclyn Trop


Honda will launch a fuel cell electric vehicle based on its bestselling CR-V crossover in 2024 as part of its strategy to go fully electric.

Transforming old cardboard boxes into insulation nets CleanFiber $10 million round: Tim De Chant


Cellulose insulation is made from recycled newspapers, a dwindling resource. CleanFiber thinks its cardboard process can make up the difference.

New Gorilla Glass just dropped: Brian Heater


Today Corning announced the latest offering – a follow-up to 2020’s Gorilla Glass Victus that has been put through the paces.

Amazon Kindle Scribe review: Brian Heater


Fifteen years into its existence, the Kindle adds content creation -- for a price. The $340 Scribe is destined to be a niche device.


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