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Past articles by Romain:

Apple to release software update for iPhone 12 to solve radiation concerns

As expected, Apple is going to address France’s radiation watchdog’s (ANFR) concerns with a software update for the iPhone 12. Earlier this week, the French agency released a public statement announcing that the iPhone 12 breaches radiation levels. It also told Apple that it should halt iPhone 12 sales and release a fix as quickly […] → Read More

Swan secures $40 million to bring embedded banking to Europe

Swan, a French startup working on embedded banking, has managed to raise a $40 million Series B funding round (€37 million). → Read More

French watchdog temporarily halts iPhone 12 sales over radiation levels

A few hours after Apple unveiled the iPhone 15, France’s radiation watchdog (ANFR) announced that the iPhone 12 breaches radiation levels. → Read More

Devialet launches a new pair of high-end wireless earbuds

With the Devialet Gemini II, the French company is back with an attractive pair of earbuds — and it’s a well-designed albeit expensive product. → Read More

With double tap, you can interact with your Apple Watch when your other hand is busy

Apple just introduced the faster, more capable Apple Watch Series 9, which features a new gesture called "double tap." → Read More

Apple Event 2023: Stream the iPhone 15 reveal here

Apple is set to announce new iPhone models. The company is holding a keynote at 10 AM PT. And you’ll be able to watch the event right here. → Read More

E-bike subscription service Dance reaches 10,000 active subscribers

Here are two interesting tidbits of news about Dance, the German startup that offers electric bikes and mopeds via subscription packages. First, the company just added a handful of investors to top up its recent €12 million funding round. Second, Dance now has 10,000 active and paying members. For the funding part, Dance isn’t saying […] → Read More

WhatsApp has reluctantly started work on cross-platform messaging due to EU regulation

A new beta version of WhatsApp features a new screen called “third-party chats” — this represents the first example of new EU regulation. → Read More

Roku cuts 10% of its workforce, impacting more than 300 people

Roku announced in an SEC filing that it plans to lay off approximately 10% of its workforce — it represents more than 300 employees. → Read More

French VC firm Founders Future reaches $80 million first close for its new funds

Founders Future is a pretty recent entrant in the French VC scene, but it has already built an interesting portfolio of tech startups over the past few → Read More

Worldover is a compliance platform for cosmetic products (and soon any product)

Worldover is a new startup that is trying to simplify the compliance process when it comes to launching cosmetics around the world. → Read More

The Eve Play turns any classic stereo system into an AirPlay 2 speaker

Eve, the manufacturer of smart home devices that work particularly with Apple’s ecosystem and HomeKit, just unveiled a brand new device at IFA, a consumer → Read More

Teale, your mental health companion at work, raises $11 million

French startup Teale has secured a funding round of $11 million earlier this summer (€10 million). The company provides a mental health platform for employees and helps HR managers when it comes to preventing burnout or quiet quitting. Alter Equity and Bpifrance’s Digital Venture fund are leading the Series A funding round. Existing investors Isai […] → Read More

Pollen is a professional development platform for tech workers, by tech workers

Pollen is a new French startup that wants to provide a better way to learn new skills by inviting tech executives to host a class. → Read More

Dioxycle raises $17 million for its electrolyzer that turns CO2 into ethylene

Dioxycle is a carbon transformation startup that is working on a new process to produce ethylene at scale using recycled carbon emissions. → Read More

ChatGPT for Android is now available in the US, India, Bangladesh and Brazil

A few days after putting up a pre-order page on Google Play, OpenAI has flipped the switch and released ChatGPT for Android. → Read More

Spotify reports strong user growth as it is raising subscription price

Spotify just reported its second-quarter earnings and the two most impressive metrics are the number of subscribers and the total number of Spotify users. → Read More

Crypto wallet Zengo launches pro subscription with additional security features

Cryptocurrency mobile wallet Zengo has introduced a handful of new features combined with a new premium subscription called Zengo Pro that costs $20 per month. → Read More

WordPress Playground lets you run WordPress entirely in your browser

Playground lets you run a WordPress instance directly from your web browser without having to mess around with a server. → Read More

Microsoft and Sony sign deal to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation consoles

Microsoft and Sony signed an agreement to keep Call of Duty games to PlayStation consoles. Microsoft only mentions Call of Duty titles as part of this deal. → Read More