There’s new leadership in the troubled Startup Magic Leap, To go to Amir, Ober started supplying groceries and planter files. July 7, 2020 is your daily crisis.
Big story: Magic Leap has a new CEO
Can Peggy Johnson, former vice president of business development at Microsoft, turn things around for the magic leap? Extra / Mixed Reality The company left most of its staff in April, and when it managed to raise another 5 5.5 million to continue, the fundraiser meant the departure of founder and CEO Ronnie Abu Weiss.
Johnson will officially take office on August 1. She has been with Microsoft since 2014, where she was involved in the acquisition of LinkedIn for 26.2 billion. Prior to that, he spent 24 years at Qualcomm.
“The technical foundation of Magic Leap is undeniable, and there is no question that it has the potential to shape the future of XR and computing,” Johnson said in a statement.
Alphabet Lone has launched its own balloon-powered Kenyan internet service. Lone is developing high-altitude balloons that provide cell service and internet completion in areas where ground infrastructure is difficult to install in mountainous areas.
Uber launches grocery delivery in Latin America and Canada later this month – Uber plans to launch grocery in 19 cities later this month in Miami and Dallas.
Amazon Prime Video has finally launched user profiles for users all over the world – through user profiles, Prime Video viewers will be able to manage their watchlists and see their account progress for themselves. , All in one account without merging with other viewers.
Start-up, funding and venture capital
Security Data Startup Planner has secretly filed for an IPO – in addition to the fact that it has filed secretly, Planner (who is known for his work with the US government and intelligence community) Has not provided any information about its offer.
Tick tock is banned in the United States. Separates from Hong Kong – Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News that the US government is “definitely” looking at banning the popular video app.
Facebook-backed Unacademy acquires PrePlader for 50 50 million – EnAcademy is one of India’s leading addictive companies, while PrePlader says it has more than 80,000 users.
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