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Archivos mensuales:febrero 2020

The EU wants iPhones with replaceable batteries, but do you?

Innovation is possible, but we don’t want them as much as we think
Source: Digital trends

Surface Duo: Everything you need to know about Microsoft’s dual-screen phone

Rumored to launch as early as summer 2020
Source: Digital trends

Marte no está muerto: sufre terremotos y tiene agua y magnetismo

Los primeros datos de la sonda InSight demuestran que el planeta rojo ha sufrido 174 ‘martemotos’ en menos de un año, que tiene un campo magnético inesperadamente estable y que hay pequeñas cantidades de agua en su corteza, una información que abre nuevas preguntas sobre su historia
Source: MIT

Las seis mejores opciones de tratamiento contra el coronavirus chino

Aunque aún no existe un tratamiento comprobado contra el virus, la OMS afirma que hay más de 70 medicamentos o combinaciones de ellos que deberíamos probar. En esta lista recopilamos los fármacos más prometedores que ya se están analizando en enfermos
Source: MIT

TR10: Privacidad diferencial

Esta técnica es capaz de medir el nivel de privacidad en conjuntos de datos estratégicos y sensibles
Source: MIT

D-Link DCS-8600LH mydlink Full HD Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera

D-Link’s DCS-8600LH is a weather-resistant outdoor security camera that delivers sharp HD video, has motion and sound detection, offers local and free cloud storage, and works with lots of third-party devices and services.
Source: PC MAG

Lucidchart

Online diagramming app Lucidchart supports real-time collaborative editing, has well-stocked libraries of templates and objects, and offers many options for exporting and presenting your diagrams.
Source: PC MAG

ADATA XPG Spectrix S40G

The ADATA XPG Spectrix S40 is an unapologetically bright RGB-lit M.2 SSD that blings up your PC. Its 4K read and write speeds should keep most gamers happy, too.
Source: PC MAG

A boom, a bust, a reckoning, a race: four takes on today’s startup market

Hello and welcome back to our regular morning look at private companies, public markets and the gray space in between.

Today let’s try to figure out where the startup and private markets stand, as there are a few different takes out there that I can’t reconcile. Our efforts to better understand how young companies are faring comes, of course, in the shadow of the impending $7 billion Intuit-Credit Karma deal — the second, multi-billion dollar fintech exit so far in 2020.

So where are we today in the startup business cycle? We’ll summarize a few different perspectives on the question, and then come up with our best synthesis of the group.

If you observe the behavior of the venture class, it’s a full-speed-ahead market. This is contrasted by a summary of recent private-market tech stumbles compiled by New York Times’s Erin Griffith. Bolstering Griffith’s take are a set of long-running complaints by select tech leaders regarding the health of some of the private market’s most valuable companies.

But as Credit Karma looks set to exit at a huge valuation, it’s hard to tease out which perspective is the most correct. So let’s try to answer that for ourselves.


Source: TechCrunch

Australia's Bushfires Completely Blasted Through the Models

The wildfires weren’t just unprecedented—scientists didn’t think such catastrophic conflagrations would happen until the end of this century. 
Source: Wired