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March 30, 2020

Radio 4 Today: BBC’s Fergal Keane with the verse that helped sustain him through PTSD

On Radio 4 Today some of BBC News’ best known voices offer favourite poems of #comfortandhope and talk about the importance of the words in their lives. BBC News – Entertainment & Arts

March 30, 2020

Saudi spies tracked phones using flaws the FCC failed to fix for years

Lawmakers and security experts have long warned of security flaws in the underbelly of the world’s cell networks. Now a whistleblower says the Saudi government is exploiting those flaws to track its citizens across the U.S. as part of a “systematic” surveillance campaign. It’s the latest tactic by the Saudi kingdom to spy on its […]

March 26, 2020

Meet the European startups that pitched at EF’s 13th (and first virtual) Demo Day

Entrepreneur First (EF), the the London-headquartered company builder and “talent first” investor, unveiled its latest cohort of “deep tech” companies in a first virtual Demo Day, amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Presenting startups, in the format of a slick pre-recorded video, are made up of teams formed across EF’s three European locations: London, Berlin and […]

March 26, 2020

Why key performance indicators are crucial amidst a (public health) crisis

Eli Cahan Contributor Eli Cahan is a medical student at NYU on leave to complete a master’s in health policy at Stanford as a Knight-Hennessey Scholar. His research addresses the effectiveness, economics, and ethics of (digital) health innovation. More posts by this contributor How the coronavirus outbreak will stress-test startups Will unreliable research bury your […]

March 24, 2020

Taylor Swift and Kim Kardashian in war of words over leaked call

A war of words ignites between the stars, reigniting a feud over Kanye West’s song Famous. BBC News – Entertainment & Arts

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