As companies shift to CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous delivery), they face a problem around monitoring and fixing problems in builds that have been deployed. How do you deal with an issue after moving onto the next delivery milestone? Harness, the startup launched last year by AppDynamics founder Jyoti Bansal, wants to fix that with a new […]
The company focuses on digitalising and simplifying the traditional renovation industry HKDecoman, a digitalised renovation service platform, has raised a total of US$1.4 million in Pre-Series A funding, putting the company’s valuation at US$6.4 million. The investors that participated were undisclosed Hong Kong-based property developers and entrepreneurs. HKDecoman shared that it will use the funding […]
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After using Qualcomm and Intel modems in iPhones for years, Apple might be finally looking to build its own modems. According to a report by The Information, Apple is actively looking to build modems targeted toward iPhones. The rumor is spurred on by Apple‘s recent job openings for two Cellular Modem Systems Architects in San Diego and Cupertino. Additionally, the company has posted multiple modem hardware- and firmware-related jobs in the past couple of months for its Berlin, San Diego, and Beijing locations. Apple‘s relationship with Qualcomm has hit a sour patch in recent years with a string of lawsuits.… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple