Snap has reportedly made an investment in augmented reality, purchasing the Israeli-based startup Cimagine Media in a deal that’s said to be worth between $30 million to $40 million.
Originally reported by Calcalist News, through this purchase, Snap will establish a development center in the Middle East, one where it will eventually employ more than the 20 people currently working at Cimagine Media....
Honestly, had I not been given the freedom to experiment and make mistakes, I would probably have left this company long ago “Embargo”, cries out my smartphone every morning at around 8 ‘o’ clock. I set this reminder on the phone very recently. I wanted to make sure I don’t publish another embargoed press release, […]
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 18): The FBM KLCI gained 15.79 points or 0.91% on local instutional support and bargain hunting after the index's recent decline.
Analysts said today Malaysian stock market valuations appeared attractive after the KLCI's recent drop below 1,700 points. At 5pm today, the KLCI closed at its intraday high of 1,753.07 points.
“We are quite bullish in the short term, not just (on) the KLCI, (as) we think the emerging market valuation is quite attractive now, and local funds are supporting the market.
Mastercard have applied for a new blockchain patent. Yep – another one. Is there a limit to how many patents you can apply for in one year? The document outlines its particular goal: quickening merchant transactions that use cryptocurrencies. It describes the problems faced currently by those buying or selling goods with digital coins. Lengthy confirmation times, they claim, have put a real dampener on the exchange, especially considering technology is already widely available that make the whole thing instantaneous. Mastercard’s solution is to build a system that manages a “fractional reserve of blockchain currency,” with a hope of streamlining the process. They would hold… This story continues at The Next Web