Internxt gets $1M to be ‘the Coinbase of decentralized storage’

Valencia-based startup Internxt has been quietly working on an ambitious plan to make decentralized cloud storage massively accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. It’s just bagged $1M in seed funding led by Angels Capital, a European VC fund owned by Juan Roig (aka Spain’s richest grocer and second wealthiest billionaire), and Miami-based The Venture […] …

Marissa Mayer’s start-up introduces its first official item, Sunshine Contacts

Marissa Mayer’s start-up introduces its first official item, Sunshine Contacts

Previous Yahoo CEO and early Google staff member Marissa Mayer’s startup Lumi Labs is today rebranding to Sunlight and releasing its first official item. Its new app, Sunshine Contacts, aims to be a much better tool for organizing, upgrading and sharing contact info with others. In time, the business imagines a portfolio of consumer-facing applications that streamline […]
Sunshine Contacts’method to the market, meanwhile, isn’t just to bring in users interested in improved performance, however to eventually offer a suite of customer services under the Sunshine brand. Sunlight Contacts works by pulling in data, with authorization, from your iPhone contacts and from Google Contacts. That is, Sunshine Contacts can access a user’s place– once again, with approval– to make further reasonings about who a user is spending time with more regularly or to make exchanging contacts between 2 Sunlight Contacts users much easier when they’re satisfying in individual. Instead, Sunlight’s service model will be a direct-to-consumer freemium model, though for now the Sunlight Contacts app is fully totally free. Its brand-new app, Sunlight Contacts, intends to be a better tool for arranging, sharing and updating contact information with others….

Typewise taps $1M to construct an offline next word prediction engine

Typewise taps $1M to construct an offline next word prediction engine

Swiss keyboard start-up Typewise has actually bagged a$1 million seed round to develop out a typo-busting, ‘

privacy-safe’ next word forecast engine designed to run totally offline. No cloud connection, no information mining threat is the fundamental concept. They likewise intend the tech to deal with text inputs made on any gadget, be it a mobile phone

[…] “Currently it’s quite much only Google working on this( see Gmail’s auto completion function). You ‘d be forgiven for thinking all this sounds a bit retro, offered the earlier boom in smart device AI keyboards– such as SwiftKey(now owned by Microsoft ). Android maker Google has ploughed resource into its Gboard AI keyboard– larding it with functions. Plus the native keyboard uses next word prediction baked in– and Apple has plenty of privacy credit. Would SAP desire that their clients ‘data goes through Microsoft’s forecast algorithms?…