Foxconn to start a battery assembling unit for electric scooters in India?

Indications are that Taiwanese electric scooter brand Gogoro is likely to entrust the management of its plant in Linkou, New Taipei, to Foxconn and focus instead on R&D & product design. More importantly, a similar cooperation between the two is expected to follow in India and China. …read more Source:: TechRadar – All the latest technology news       

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Cross your fingers, Instagram is widely testing desktop uploads

Since its inception, Instagram has been a mobile-first app. While it has a website where you can look at your feed, watch Stories, and chat with your friends over DMs, you can’t post photos. Well, that’s about to change as the company is rolling out a desktop upload feature to select users. Multiple people on Twitter noted that they’re seeing this functionappear for them on Instagram‘s desktop site. Now we’re talking @instagram Can now upload from desktop 🤩 pic.twitter.com/d12t0VAYO5 — Dean Davies (@deancdavies) June 24, 2021 FINALLY! No more transferring video through google drive, downloading to my phone, and then uploading… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read… Read More

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Instagram is testing a desktop posting feature

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Instagram is testing the ability to create posts using the web browser on a desktop computer. The feature was spotted by social media consultant Matt Navarra, who captured some screenshots demonstrating the functionality. Facebook confirmed the test in a statement to Bloomberg. “We know that many people access Instagram from their computer,” spokesperson Christine Pai said. “To improve that experience, we’re now testing the ability to create a Feed post on Instagram with their desktop browser.” NEW! @Instagram lets you create + publish posts via desktop! pic.twitter.com/JWzwKg1kyO — Matt Navarra (@MattNavarra) June 24, 2021 Navarra’s screenshots show that you’re able to select aspect… Read More

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Just how bad is it to have fake startup employees?

Last week on Growth Quarters we asked, do you really need a sales team to scale? This week we’re asking… do you even need real employees? App-based helicopter and charter flight booking platform, Blade Air Mobility says: nope. After performing a pointless catch-me-if-you-can exercise with reporters from Business Insider, last week the company finally admitted its spokesperson of three years, Simon McLaren, didn’t exist. The “jaded New Yorker, raconteur, college dropout writer, and student of highly driven narcissists” (as his Twitter bio once read) was completely made up by Blade’s team. According to CEO Rob Wiesenthal, “There was no intention… This story continues at The Next Web …read more Source::… Read More

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