The next Silicon Valley? Tech Nation will shut down after the UK withdraws funding

Traffic passes around the Old Street Roundabout, also referred to as the “Silicon Roundabout”, in the area known as the “Technical City” of London, UK Chris Ratcliffe | bloomberg | Getty Images Tech Nation, the UK’s startup accelerator programme, has announced it is set to close after failing to renew its funding from the government. … Read more

Samsung products may soon offer telehealth

Last week, the famous consumer electronics and digital technology company, Samsung, announce New partnership with IntelliTek Health, a company that has developed a patient-centered virtual assistant. The goal of the partnership is to use artificial intelligence technology and digital voice assistance to enable healthcare providers to deploy their services through Samsung products. IntelliTek Health’s Personal … Read more

Japan shrugs while Gwen Stefani’s ‘cultural appropriation’ upsets the US | Music news

Tokyo, Japan – When Eriko Serio, a 30-year-old professional living in Shizuoka, Japan, saw American pop singer Gwen Stefani accused of “cultural appropriation” in Western media, she couldn’t fathom the controversy. “I personally think it’s very cool that people want to incorporate Japanese styles into their fashion,” Syrio, who works in the medical device industry, … Read more

These prices are expected to increase in 2023

picture: Denis Kurbatov (Clash) While this is true Inflation appears to be declining Since peaking in June, few things are looking forward to continuing higher prices this year. To get started, it helps to know what they actually mean when experts say “Inflation is falling.” the 6.5% inflation figure You see it in the headlines … Read more

5 things to know before the stock market opens Wednesday, January 11th

Tech stocks are listed on NASDAQ. Peter Kramer | CNBC Here are the top stories investors need to start their trading day: 1. The Nasdaq stock market is warming up There are still plenty of data dumps and reports that could upset stocks. But for now, the US stock markets are doing just fine in … Read more

What is behind the energy dispute between Canada, Mexico and the United States? | International Trade News

Mexican President Andres Manuel L√≥pez Obrador has said Mexico has “inalienable” ownership of its energy resources. The leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States are due to hold a summit next week, where the big bone of contention could be the row over whether Mexico has violated a trade agreement by tightening the country’s … Read more