The answers to impolite but salient questions about personal health aren’t, it turns out, straightforward—for anyone, not just a president.
Tile, one of the best known item-tracking gadgets out there, has laid off some 30 people and reportedly froze the potential hires of another 10, TechCrunch has learned. This comes less than a year after the company raised a $25 million B round last May. The layoffs are reportedly due to disappointing sales over the holidays. Read More
Rokid, a Chinese startup that makes an AI voice assistant and smart devices, just raised a Series B extension round led by Temasek Holdings, with participation from Credit Suisse, IDG Capital and CDIB Capital. The size of the round was not released, but a source familiar with the deal told TechCrunch that it is $100 million. Read More
New details about Triton malware should put industrial systems and critical infrastructure on notice.
The FCC backed away from an earlier proposal that would have lowered the threshold for connections to be considered “broadband,” and said it had rejected the idea of labeling mobile internet a replacement for home broadband.
Snap Inc. has laid off at least two dozen people across several divisions within the company, according to The Information, which first reported the news. Snap has since confirmed these layoffs, which largely affect those on the content teams in the New York and London offices. Read More
Small holes in the display allow for sensors without taking away too much screen real estate.