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Judge denies Parler’s bid to make Amazon restore service – TechCrunch

A federal judge has denied an attempt by conservative social network Parler to force Amazon to host it on AWS. As expected by most who read Parler’s ramshackle legal arguments , the court found nothing in the lawsuit that could justify intervention, only “faint and factually inaccurate speculation.”. In the order, filed in the Western Washington U.S. District Court, Judge Barbara Rothstein explained how little Parler actually brought to the ... Full story

Apple might be working on a VR headset – TechCrunch

A new report suggests there’s a pricey Apple VR headset in the works, Facebook’s Oversight Board will examine one of the social network’s most consequential decisions and we review the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. This is your Daily Crunch for January 21, 2021. The big story: Apple might be working on a VR headset. Apple is developing a standalone virtual reality headset that could debut in 2022, according to Bloomberg . The headset is supposed to ... Full story

Covid in Scotland: More than 400 care homes investigated over deaths

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Politicians reluctant to hint at lockdown end date - BBC News

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Birmingham mosque becomes UK's first to offer Covid vaccine

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Telehealth startup Hims fell in its public trading debut — and that’s fine with its CEO – TechCrunch

Hims & Hers , a San Francisco-based telehealth startup that sells sexual wellness and other health products and services to millennials, began trading publicly today on the NYSE after completing a reverse merger with the blank-check company Oaktree Acquisition Corp. Its shares slipped a bit, ending the day down 5% from where they started, but the company, which was founded in 2017 and now claims nearly 300,000 paying subscribers for its various ... Full story

The FCC has its first Chairwoman in Jessica Rosenworcel – TechCrunch

The Biden administration has officially appointed Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel acting FCC Chairwoman, making her the first woman to hold the position, and she will likely be nominated to fill the position formally later in the year. With her record of standing for equal access, industry accountability, and net neutrality, Rosenworcel’s FCC will be very different from her predecessor’s. “I am honored to be designated as the Acting Chairwoman ... Full story

The only take about the future of media is that media is the future – TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity , TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week we — Natasha and Danny and Alex and Grace — had more than a little to noodle over, but not so much that we blocked out a second episode. We try to stick to our current format, but, may do more shows in the future. Have a thought about that? equitypod@techcrunch.com is your friend and we are listening. Now! ... Full story

Omnipresent raises $15.8M Series A for its platform to employ remote-workers globally – TechCrunch

Omnipresent , which helps companies employ remote-working local teams worldwide, has closed a $15.8 million Series A funding round. The fundraise was led by an undisclosed investor with participation from existing investors, Episode 1, Playfair Capital and Truesight Ventures. The company said it closed the round five months after its July 2020 $2 million seed round. Founders Matthew Wilson and Guenther Eisinger started the company as part of ... Full story

Forsaking funding at a $1 billion valuation, Solugen preps a new green chemical product and a big 2021 – TechCrunch

Late last year, Solugen , a startup using synthetic biology to take hydrocarbons out of the chemicals industry, decided against pursuing a new round of funding that would have valued the company at over $1 billion, TechCrunch has learned. Instead, the Houston-based bio-manufacturing company raised an internal round of roughly $30 million from existing investors and continued working on its latest project — a new bio-based manufacturing process ... Full story

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