Un magasin de meubles pour startups

Vitra est une société suisse d’équipements et de meubles pour la maison et plus spécifiquement pour le bureau.

La marque vient d’ouvrir un pop up store longue durée très étonnant à New York: on a l’impression de rentrer dans le garage d’une startup à ses débuts. L’idée est simple, Vitra cherche à cibler les startups, le magasin est donc un open space géant dans lequel vous pouvez vous promener dans leurs bureaux et découvrir les meubles et accessoires utilisées par les employés.

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Revolut launches a premium subscription and starts raising a new round

 Fintech startup Revolut has been a free service and that’s not going to change. But the company is adding a premium tier with more features for £6.99/€8.50/$ 8.50 per month in 42 European countries. If you sign up to the new “Premium Account,” you’ll receive a MasterCard with a new design. There are three different options and I love pink so I think they look… Read More
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La culture d’entreprise chez Joe and The Juice

Si il est une marque dans laquelle le terme “culture d’entreprise” a un sens c’est bien chez Joe and The Juice aux Etats-Unis.

Avec déjà 9 magasins à New York, la chaîne danoise se développe de plus en plus et partage sa culture d’entreprise plus proche de la confrérie que de la multinationale. Si vous cherchez des jus, du café ou des “shots” de fruits, Joe and The Juice est l’endroit qu’il vous faut. Si vous cherchez à travailler dans un lieu ayant une culture d’entreprise totalement différente: Joe and The Juice est vraiment l’endroit qu’il vous faut.

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Apple could be putting together an augmented reality team

 Apple could be betting big on augmented reality. The company could be working on augmented reality features for the iPhone and then later for glasses, a new device that you would pair with your smartphone. Read More
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Akeneo grabs $13 million for its CRM of products

 French startup Akeneo just raised a $ 13 million Series B round led by Partech Ventures, with existing investor Alven Capital also participating. Akeneo is a product information management (PIM) service to manage all information about your products in your stores, online and in your good-old paper catalogs. Read More
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Nintendo releases three-part video series about that insanely good Zelda game

 Nintendo shared on its YouTube channel three behind-the-scenes videos about Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Many thought the Nintendo Switch had a pretty thin launch lineup with Zelda: Breath of the Wild as the only big production. But anybody around you who owns a Switch will tell you that it’s an amazing game. Read More
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On mentorship and finding your way around

 He knew a lot about computer science as he had been a computer engineer for so long that he first started developing with a pen and paper. His code would then be stored on punched cards and fed into giant computers. It was always the exact same routine. I’d ask him tech questions and his eyes would light up. What is an IP address? Object-oriented programming? A DNS? Ajax? A SQL database?… Read More
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Nintendo could double production of the Switch

 If you launch a new console with a massively successful game like Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it’s not that hard to sell your console. This is exactly what is happening with the Nintendo Switch as Nintendo is ramping up production for the next 12 months. Nintendo already said that the company was planning to sell 2 million consoles for the month of March. According to SuperData, the… Read More
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Apple plans to invest $500 million for new research centers in China

 Apple is trying to tap into local talent by building new research centers around the world. As spotted by MacRumors, the company just announced on its Chinese website that it is going to build two new R&D centers in Shanghai and Suzhou. This is going to be a significant investment as Apple plans to spend 3.5 billion yuan, or a little bit more than $ 500 million. The company already… Read More
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Hayo’s Kinect-like sensor for your home now has an API

 Sometimes I miss the Kinect. It was such a breakthrough device, yet it didn’t go anywhere. But it inspired a lot of entrepreneurs, including the team behind Hayo. This new device lets you set up virtual buttons on a table to control all your connected objects. Hayo recently announced there will be an API so developers can play with the company’s image recognition technology. Read More
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N26 now has 300,000 customers and adds 1,000 users per day

 You’d think it would be a bit harder to get new users when your startup is a bank. But N26 is now available in 17 European countries and has opened 300,000 bank accounts for its user base. Currently, 1,000 people sign up to N26 every day. The vast majority of the user base still lives in Germany and Austria, but other countries are catching up quickly as more than half of new signups… Read More
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Apple is opening new stores in Downtown Miami, Cologne and Nanjing

 While Apple’s retail team is currently remodeling all its stores, the company is also opening brand new stores around the world. Apple is opening a flagship store in Downtown Miami, a new store in a historic building in Cologne and a third store in Nanjing. Last weekend, Apple reopened the 35th remodeled store across 18 different states. “Almost 50 percent of the stores in the U.S. Read More
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Casey Nestat fait de la pub pour Samsung

Le créateur sportif et genial Casey Nestat fait maintenant de la pub pour Samsung.

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With PlayStation Now, you’ll soon be able to play PS4 games on your PC

 Sony just announced that PlayStation 4 games are coming soon to the PlayStation Now cloud gaming service. It means that gamers will be able to pay a subscription fee and stream PS4 games to their PlayStation 4 or PC. Read More
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Watch Google Cloud Next developer conference live right here

 If you can’t stop dreaming about NoSQL databases, Google’s Cloud Next conference is the closest thing to heaven that you’ll find today. At 9 AM PT/12 PM ET/5 PM GMT, some of the brightest minds in cloud computing are going to introduce the upcoming features of Google Cloud. Along with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, Google is building the infrastructure of the web. Read More
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WordPress.com now lets you write and collaborate in Google Docs

 Instead of competing with Google Docs, WordPress.com is going to embrace the popular web editor so you can write and publish from Google Docs. It’s going to make it much easier to collaborate with other people, as Google Docs has become the default collaborative real-time editor on the web. More than a quarter of the web runs on WordPress. In other words, millions of people use the… Read More
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Visite du magasin Google Fiber

En 2010, Google (ou plutôt Alphabet) a développé une entité Google Fiber afin de proposer un Internet très rapide dans quelques villes américaines. A ce jour, Google Fiber ne compte que 453000 abonnés, ce qui est très peu vu le marché américain.

Dans le cadre du développement volontairement lent de Google Fiber dans les villes américaines, quelques centres d’accueil clients se sont ouverts. Un des plus récents est à Salt Lake City.

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The Xbox Game Pass is a $9.99 Spotify-like game subscription

xbox-game-pass_hero-hero Having free games with Xbox Live Gold was one thing, but Microsoft wants to go one step further. The company is launching a new service called the Xbox Game Pass. It’s a library of more than 100 games that you can download and play for a monthly subscription of $ 9.99. The feature isn’t live yet, but the company already announced some names so that the company can start beta… Read More
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Facebook releases Facebook Video app on Apple TV

facebook-video-app If somehow you have really great Facebook friends who share interesting videos, the new Facebook Video app on the Apple TV is for you and it’s available now. Facebook’s VP of Partnerships Dan Rose already announced that a Facebook app for your TV screen was on its way. But it looks like it’s coming sooner than expected. Facebook has been trying hard to convince people that… Read More
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WordPress.com lets you ditch Medium with new import tool

wordpress stickers Publishing platform Medium recently laid off dozens of people. So if you don’t want to hand away your precious writing to a startup that is still looking for its business model, you can move your content to WordPress.com in just a few clicks. Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, just launched a new importing tool that makes it easier to copy all your Medium content to a… Read More
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Spotify is testing a lossless subscription tier for $15 to $20 per month

spotify black history month Spotify is thinking about introducing a new paid option in addition to the existing Spotify Premium subscription called Spotify Hi-Fi. For an extra $ 5 to $ 10, you could get all the features in Spotify Premium as well as lossless high fidelity streaming. There could also be a couple of new features. The Verge first spotted that the company has been doing tests on its mobile app. There are… Read More
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SoParticular en visite de Salt Lake City (Utah)

Salt Lake City est la capitale de l’Utah. La ville est connue pour avoir accueilli les JO d’hiver en 2002 et pour sa communauté mormone.

Elle est un peu moins connue pour ses nombreux centres commerciaux.

 

La ville possède une large population étudiante et les centres commerciaux s’adaptent à cette population jeune.
Microsoft et Apple sont bien sur présents pour fournir le matériel necéssaire aux étudiants.

Parmi les services intéressants, on peut noter les imprimantes 3D pour faire son propre design de bonbons.

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Verst is a blogging platform with all the optimization tools you need

m64pkccqmx6aot4dlx5puonmdhb75y4d Meet Verst, a brand new product from the company that brought you DWNLD. It’s a blogging platform like WordPress or Squarespace, but will all the optimization and analytics tools you need to optimize your traffic and revenue. “It’s really difficult to consistently monetize on the web,” CEO AJ Frank told me. “Overall it’s a web publishing product that has a… Read More
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Peugeot’s Instinct concept car has active driving and autonomous modes

bd-peugeot-g17-coupole-3-4-av Some concept cars aren’t really cars and stop at the concept part. But Peugeot’s new Instinct concept car has a couple of interesting ideas. In particular, the interior will change depending on the driving mode (active driving or self-driving). Peugeot unveiled the car at MWC today in Barcelona. I generally hate concept cars are they are mostly unimplementable designs that… Read More
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Un nouveau Pop Up store pour Google à New York

Après le pop up store de Soho en Décembre 2016, Google ouvre un mini magasin temporaire au coeur du Chelsea Market. Il faudra d’ailleurs trouver un nouveau nom pour ces magasins temporaires, car comme pour Soho Google montre mais ne vend rien en “magasin”.

Ce pop up showroom ouvert pour 2 jours seulement, a pour but de montrer les compétences de Google Home.
Accueil à l’américaine, très convivial, puis on pense en zone de démo.

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Watch BlackBerry unveils a brand new phone live right here

BlackBerry Classic Rear 03 TCL, the company that now makes BlackBerry phones, is holding a press conference at MWC in Barcelona. The conference starts at 7 PM CET (6 PM GMT, 1 PM EST, 10 AM PST). We already got a sneak peek at the device during CES back in January. And it’s everything BlackBerry fans love — yes, I’m mostly talking about the physical keyboard. You can check it out live via… Read More
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Le retour de SoParticular

Après un mois d’escapade française et de relaxation dans ce bar à sieste parisien, SoParticular revient de plus belle.

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SpaceX successfully lands its first-stage Falcon 9 rocket at Cape Canaveral

spacex-crs-10-4 Success all around for today’s SpaceX mission. The company successfully launched a Dragon spacecraft that is on its way to the International Space Station. SpaceX also successfully landed the first stage of its Falcon 9 rocket at Cape Canaveral. Read More
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Apple’s new campus ‘Apple Park’ will open in April

apple-park-photo-1-building-trees This grand opening has been years in the making. Apple’s new campus now has a name and an opening date. It’ll be called Apple Park and the first employees will move in April 2017. As 12,000 Apple employees are going to work there, the move isn’t going to be an easy task. It’s going to take roughly six months to have everyone there. While April is the grand opening… Read More
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Adidas dévoile la rénovation de son autre magasin newyorkais

Adidas a terminé la rénovation de son autre flagship store de New York. Autrefois le fleuron newyorkais de la marque grace à son écran tactile géant, ce magasin était maintenant dépassé par le nouveau magasin Adidas ouvert récemment.

La rénovation est donc terminée et….pas grand chose à se mettre sous la dent.

L’attraction du magasin: les écrans miroirs.

Ces écrans diffusent des videos de la marque en boucle mais permettent aussi de se voir comme dans un miroir.

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Viva Technology is coming back to Paris with its ginormous tech conference

img_1174 If there’s one word that can describe Viva Technology (or “VivaTech” for short), it’s ginormous. While it was just the first edition last year, 45,000 people made their way to Paris to talk about all things tech. VivaTech is back again this year, June 15-17. Read More
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The next iPhone could have a bigger display and more battery

apple_001 While the iPhone 8 isn’t going to be announced until September, this week has been packed with rumors on the upcoming device. And it looks like the display is going to be the main star of the show. Rumor has it that Apple is going to announce three new devices — two new versions of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, and a new high-end device that could cost more than $ 1,000. And… Read More
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Vize is a business intelligence tool for the rest of us

vize Chances are that your current company is collecting a ton of data about your customers every second. It’s a goldmine and it often sits there in a corner, unused. Vize is a business intelligence tool that will let you learn more about your business and take advantage of all your data. The company is currently participating in Y Combinator’s winter batch. “The main use case… Read More
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Apple’s WWDC is moving to San Jose

wwdc Apple just announced that its Worldwide Developers Conference is going to move back to San Jose after a long run at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. It’s going to happen on June 5-9, 2017 and registrations will open on March 27. Why is Apple leaving San Francisco for the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose? San Francisco and Apple have changed quite a lot for the past decade. Read More
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Hivy is an office management service to manage all those startup perks

hivy-%e2%80%a2-ipad Have you ever wondered why the snack bowls on the second floor of your fancy startup office never runs out of snacks? Your office manager is most likely in charge of all of this, and sometimes it can be hard for them to keep track of all requests and make sure everything is running smoothly. Hivy plans to be the only service office managers ever need. The company is participating in Y… Read More
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Opera is redesigning its desktop browser with project Reborn

opera-reborn Opera just released a new build of its desktop browser in the developer stream. And this is an interesting one as the company just unveiled a brand new project codenamed “Reborn” — it’s a complete user interface redesign for all platforms. I’ve been using Opera as my main browser for a few years now. I just tried the new version, and it seems to be a visual… Read More
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The next iPhone could feature wireless charging

iPhone 7 Apple is now a member of the Wireless Power Consortium. As spotted by 9to5mac, the website has recently been updated to feature Apple as one of the 213 members. This update fuels recent rumors that Apple is going to add wireless charging in the next iPhone. While wireless charging is nothing new, Apple has been very cautious about this feature. The Apple Watch already works with a magnetic… Read More
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Tel Aviv, we’re coming back for a TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-Off

tel-aviv It’s safe to say that we had a blast last year at our Tel Aviv meetup. To nobody’s surprise, we’re holding a TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-Off again in June. Save the date as June 28, 2017 is going to be a great time for the tech community in Tel Aviv. What do we have in store exactly? Let’s be honest, TechCrunch doesn’t come often enough to Israel. So we’re… Read More
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Apple’s Planet of the Apps looks like Shark Tank with an ‘escalator pitch’

planet-of-the-apps Apple is finally pulling the curtains on its original TV shows. The company has revealed the first trailer for its upcoming non-scripted reality TV show called ‘Planet of the Apps’ at Recode’s Code Media conference. Based on the trailer, it looks a lot like Shark Tank with a vibe that reminds me of The Voice. The show will feature four celebrities turned judges —… Read More
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SumUp co-founders are back with bookkeeping AI startup Zeitgold

zeitgold The next time you go to your favorite restaurant or cocktail bar, talk with the manager about bookkeeping. Chances are that they’ll tell you that they waste a ton of time collecting and recording various documents. German startup Zeitgold wants to automate this pesky process so that you can spend more time on your actual business. The startup was founded by two of the co-founders… Read More
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Twitter to live stream the 6 nations rugby tournament in France

rugby You know that Twitter is getting serious about live streaming when the company starts signing deals for rugby matches just for French users. The company announced that it would stream the next 4 matches involving the French team in the 6 nations tournament. And if you know absolutely nothing about rugby, the 6 nations tournament happens every year and is probably my favorite tournament to follow. Read More
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Revolut launches current accounts and a chatbot

revolut-card-v2 Slowly but surely, Revolut is getting closer to building an actual bank. The startup just announced the launch of current accounts — you can now get a personal IBAN, and the company plans to add other features soon. In addition to current accounts, Revolut is also introducing a chatbot to handle support requests. Revolut isn’t technically a bank account, it’s more or less… Read More
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Facebook opens registration for its F8 developer conference

f8-press-asset-1200x6302x Don’t we all love developer conferences. Facebook just opened the (virtual) doors of its annual F8 event on April 18-19. You’ll need to apply before February 21. And if you get selected, tickets cost $ 595. Facebook already announced that the company would switch things up a bit with F8 in 2017. When the company shared the dates of the conference, it also said that the conference… Read More
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N26 users can now get a credit line in five minutes

n26-internationalization-france N26 is iterating at an incredible pace these days with a ton of new product features and geographical expansions to build the most modern bank in Europe. But the new features always follow the same motto — your current bank sucks, everything should be simpler. Today, N26 introduces consumer credit done right. I saw a preview of the feature a couple of weeks ago and it was quite impressive. Read More
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Apple offers a $199 app bundle for education with Final Cut and Logic

macbook-final-cut-pro While any Mac user can play with GarageBand and iMovie for free, it has been quite expensive if you wanted to move to pro apps — especially if you’re a student. Apple released a new app bundle with five different pro apps. It costs $ 199.99 and it’s just for students and people working in education. The five apps include Apple’s two most important pro apps — Final… Read More
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Apple could be working on ARM-based Mac chips to make Mac laptops more efficient

macbookprotouchbarscrubbing Apple is already using an ARM-based chip in the latest MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar and Touch ID sensor. According to a new report from Bloomberg, the company could go one step further and use the co-processor to offload some tasks. But first, let’s talk about the co-processor in the MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar and how it currently works. Called the T1, the chip was designed by Apple and… Read More
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Demain, le scanning de rayon en magasin

Demain, les magasins et les marques feront le scanning de rayon avec des robots.
Du selfie au Shelfie.

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French Government to promote gender equality in the tech ecosystem

c3gkvcoxaaexqd3 The French Government announced a new initiative today in order to promote gender equality in the tech ecosystem in France with the help of 15 organizations. Like in many other countries, there are less women working in French startups than men. This is a key issue when it comes to recruiting the best talent and addressing the right market. Other organizations like StartHer have done a lot… Read More
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Doctolib raises another $28 million for its booking platform for doctors

medical-563427 Being able to book a restaurant table online or on your phone is pretty nice, but what about your next doctor appointment? While it doesn’t sound as sexy, I’d rather call a restaurant than a doctor’s office. That’s why French startup Doctolib is trying to make it easier to book appointments. The company just raised another $ 28 million (€26 million). French public… Read More
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