Media update w.1709

Last update we mentioned the Oscars, the Alphabet/Uber lawsuit, Atomico’s new fund and the #bloodlfare.  Amazon’s S3 servers went out because of a human error causing internet black-outs. Link
Apple is also reported to seriously attempt something in Augmented Reality Link

– WeWork to be valued at USD 20 BN with Softbank leading a new financing round Link
– SpaceX plans to organise their first manned flight around the moon by late 2018 Link
– Amazon Web Services (AWS) experience issues with their S3 services leaving the internet with some issues Link and here is why it happened Link
– The US suspends expedited H-1B visas processing Link
– The Swedish Gigafactory lead by former Tesla CSO Peter Carlsson reveal their plan Link
– How AI could be implemented in the fashion industry Link

– How Warren Buffet feel autonomous vehicles will impact the economy Link
– Uber SVP of Engineering steps down after not having disclosed a sexual harassment accusation at his previous employer Google Link
– Uber CEO argues whether or not Uber Black rates have gone down with a driver Link | and here are his remarks and apologies Link
– Last week Uber, this week Tesla are being sued and accused of sexual harassments Link
– Lyft looking to raise more money – 500 M @ USD 7 BN – as Uber stumbles Link
– GM to sell its European operations for USD 2.3 BN to Peugeot SA Link

– How the Oscar’s felt inside the theatre Link
– Netflix considering to sell shows as pay-per-view Link
– Youtube announced YouTube TV, a USD 35 / month bundle with over 40 major broadcasters Link
– Ash (At Night Management) launches digital Talent hunt Link
– Spotify now has more than 50 M subscribers Link
– Amazon and Netflix picked up their first Academy Awards Link

– MagicLeap argues they Will change gaming for the first time in a while…  Link
– Crunchfish technology used in British schools Link
– Apple might have “over 1,000” engineers working on AR Link

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