Cannabis website Herb raises $4.1M

Herb is announcing today that it has raised $4.1 million in seed funding led by Lerer Hippeau Ventures, with participation from Slow Ventures, Buddy Media co-founder Michael Lazerow, Shiva Rajarama, Liquid 2 Ventures (the firm led by football legend Joe Montana), Shopify CEO Tobi Lutke, Shopify COO Harley Finkelstein and Adam Zeplain. “During our research into…


This is What Mark Zuckerberg Told His New Daughter

Facebook’s co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has urged his young daughter to play outside and enjoy the wonders of being a kid, in a heartfelt letter posted on his social media site. The letter was published on Monday to announce the birth of his second child, August, with wife Priscilla Chan. In the gushing missive, the parents…

Uber President Steps down as Company Seeks New COO

Four Uber drivers fined in Denmark, while others charged

Four Uber drivers were fined by a Danish court on Monday for operating taxis illegally while working for the ride hailing service before it withdrew from the market in April. The four men, one of whom was fined 486,500 Danish crowns ($78,060), were charged in March for failing to have permits and for violating a…


Here is Google’s Way to Deal With Depression

Google has another element designed to help people experiencing depression. Users in the United States who scan for “depression” or “clinical depression” will now be offered a poll to test their depression levels and help decide if they should look for proficient help, Google said in a blog entry. Users who look for data on…


It’s Bitcoin Season, Yet Again

Bitcoin’s esteem has bounced to a record high, after a month of turmoil. The virtual money came to $3,434.02 (£2,636) per coin in Monday exchange, as indicated by the Coindesk Bitcoin Price Index. It had never crossed the $3,000 check until the end of the week. The market estimation of all bitcoins in presence has…

This Is Exactly What’s Wrong with This Generation— Technology

Parents Should be Mindful of the Time their Kids Spend Online

Parents must intercede to stop their youngsters abusing web-based social networking and expending time online “like junk food”, the children’s’ commissioner has said. In a meeting with the Observer, Anne Longfield reprimanded the ways online networking giants use to draw youngsters into investing more energy. She said parents ought to be proactive in preventing their…

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