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  • A healthcare brand for women begins to take shape
    by Connie Loizos on December 7, 2022 at 8:36 pm

    Until last year, healthcare funding continued to shatter previous records. But there remains at least one very big hole in the industry. No one has yet created a broad, leading women’s healthcare brand, and that spells opportunity. Dina Radenkovic is among those who see it, and at her company, Gameto, she specifically wants to build A healthcare brand for women begins to take shape by Connie Loizos originally published on TechCrunch

  • Navier’s 30-foot hydrofoiling electric boat hits the water and prepares for production
    by Devin Coldewey on December 7, 2022 at 8:31 pm

    Electric leisure boat startup Navier has managed to bring its concept hydrofoiling watercraft into reality, and has opened preorders — if you happen to have a few hundred grand laying around. It may not be affordable, but it’s not like the other 30-foot boats you can order are a bargain either. At least this one Navier’s 30-foot hydrofoiling electric boat hits the water and prepares for production by Devin Coldewey originally published on TechCrunch

  • Apple changes AirDrop security for all with iOS 16.2 after backlash over restrictions in China
    by Sarah Perez on December 7, 2022 at 7:35 pm

    Apple is clamping down on AirDrop privacy settings for all its users with the iOS 16.2 update, after backlash its recent restrictions were impacting the feature’s use in China. In November, reports circulated that Apple had begun limiting the use of AirDrop in China as the country was facing widespread protests over the Chinese government’s “zero Apple changes AirDrop security for all with iOS 16.2 after backlash over restrictions in China by Sarah Perez originally published on TechCrunch

  • Apple launches end-to-end encryption for iCloud data
    by Kyle Wiggers on December 7, 2022 at 7:35 pm

    Apple today launched Advanced Data Protection, a new, optional end-to-end encryption scheme that prevents data in a customer’s iCloud from being decrypted on an “untrusted” device. Concretely, Advanced Data Protection would keep most of an iCloud account’s data secure even in the event that Apple was hacked, and — as a Wall Street Journal piece Apple launches end-to-end encryption for iCloud data by Kyle Wiggers originally published on TechCrunch

  • Andreessen Horowitz leads $43M Series A for Setpoint, which aims to be the ‘Stripe for credit’
    by Mary Ann Azevedo on December 7, 2022 at 6:59 pm

    Setpoint, a startup that has built software to help other companies close loan transactions faster, has raised $43 million in a Series A round led by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z). The raise comes just six months after Austin, Texas-based Setpoint closed a $5.5 million seed round and $150 million in securitization. Serial entrepreneurs Ben Rubenstein, Stuart Andreessen Horowitz leads $43M Series A for Setpoint, which aims to be the ‘Stripe for credit’ by Mary Ann Azevedo originally published on TechCrunch