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Google will change the look of its sign-in pages in the next few weeks

Google will change the look of its sign-in pages in the next few weeks

Google today confirmed that it has begun informing people about a redesign of the sign-in pages for its web services — like Gmail. Google will be drawing from the style of the user interface it uses for adding accounts on Android and using that for the sign-in experience in Chrome and other browsers. People will still need to type in their email address or phone number and then their password — and then use any two-factor authentication system that they’ve previously enabled. So functionality will not change. But the experience will look different in a few weeks, Google product manager Rodrigo Paiva told VentureBeat in an interview. Google started showing people a notification about the change at the bottom of the sign-in screen yesterday to prevent users being surprised by the new look, Paiva said.
This is the starting era using of drone by Swiss hospitals to exchange lab samples

This is the starting era using of drone by Swiss hospitals to exchange lab samples

A pair of hospitals in the Swiss city of Lugano have been testing the use of drones to transport laboratory samples. Since mid-March, logistics company Swiss Post has operated more than 70 tests flights between the two hospitals, and announced today that it plans to establish a regular service by 2018. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen drones used to transport medical samples. (Silicon Valley firm Zipline uses fixed-wing craft to carry out this task in rural Rwanda.) But Swiss Post claims it’s the first ever commercial deployment of drones in an urban area. Operating drones in towns and cities is particularly challenging due to the risk of civilian injury, but Swiss Post says it has been working with the country’s aviation regulators, FOCA, since tests began earlier this year.
$17.9 billion joint offered by Toshiba for chip unit by Silver Lake and Broadcom

$17.9 billion joint offered by Toshiba for chip unit by Silver Lake and Broadcom

U.S. private equity firm Silver Lake Partners LP [SILAK.UL] and U.S. chipmaker Broadcom Ltd have offered Toshiba Corp about 2 trillion yen ($17.9 billion) for its chip unit, the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday. About 10 potential bidders are interested in buying a stake in the NAN flash memory maker, a source with knowledge of the planned sale told Reuters earlier.
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Snap’s transparency to be reviewed by SEC committee

Snap’s transparency to be reviewed by SEC committee

(Reuters) — An investor committee that advises the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will next week review if Snap’s decision to deny shareholders voting rights might also reduce the social media company’s public disclosures on executive pay and other governance matters, the head of that committee told Reuters on Wednesday. Snap, the parent of the popular messaging app Snapchat, priced its eagerly awaited initial public offering at $17 per share on Wednesday, above the expected range, giving the company a value of close to $24 billion, the richest in a U.S. tech IPO since Facebook Inc in 2012.
Lyft reportedly seeks $500 million in new funding

Lyft reportedly seeks $500 million in new funding

Lyft is reportedly in the process of fundraising a new round of capital, taking advantage of Uber’s current internal crisis. It’s reported that the on-demand ride-hailing service is talking to potential investors about putting in at least $500 million at a valuation of between $6 billion and $7 billion. A Lyft spokesperson declined to comment.
Lux Capital announces fresh $400 million fund to back ‘contrarians and outsiders’ from science and tech

Lux Capital announces fresh $400 million fund to back ‘contrarians and outsiders’ from science and tech

Lux Capital, a venture capital (VC) firm that makes “long-term bets on contrarians and outsiders,” has announced a new $400 million fund, bringing its total currently under management to $1.1 billion. With hubs in Menlo Park and New York City, Lux Capital focuses on funding emerging science and technology startups — typically at the seed or Series A stage, though it may also venture into Series B territory from time to time. The firm was founded in 2000 by Peter Hébert, Robert Paull, and Josh Wolfe, and it has established four funds previously, including a $245 million pot back in 2013 and an oversubscribed follow-up of $350 million two years later.


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