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Startups Weekly: Drama at Techstars. Drama in AI. Drama everywhere.
Posted on Friday May 24, 2024

Welcome to Startups Weekly — Haje‘s weekly recap of everything you can’t miss from the world of startups. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every Friday. Well, folks, it looks like Techstars’ drama just got a new plot twist. CEO Maëlle Gavet is making her exit, leaving co-founder David Cohen to swoop […]

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This week in Dutch tech
Posted on Friday May 24, 2024


Friday is here, the weather is… not horrible, and it’s time for your weekly round-up of news from the Dutch tech ecosystem.  There was plenty to talk about when it came to the crown jewel in the Dutch tech ecosystem this week. Chip machine-maker ASML featured in two of our top stories. Firstly, it seems the government is succeeding in its scheming to keep its shining star from expanding outside of the country, as ASML this week announced plans of investing €180 million in the Eindhoven region. Secondly, we also learned that the company, which has become embroiled in the chip…

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Microsoft says Recall is the future of AI-powered PCs
Posted on Thursday May 23, 2024

Microsoft says Recall is the future of AI-powered PCs

Microsoft is introducing Recall for Copilot Plus PCs, enabling you to search and retrieve any action or content you’ve interacted with.

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