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Qualcomm gains $30 billion in market value after Apple settlement
Qualcomm Inc added $30 billion to its market value after it resolved a legal battle with Apple Inc, a move that secures its leadership in 5G phone chips and could pave the way for a similar settlement with China’s Huawei Technologies.
The company’s shares, which closed up 23 percent on Tuesday after the announcement, rose as much as 17 percent on Wednesday, hitting their highest in nearly two decades. The deal with Apple, coming at the cusp of the rollout of high-speed 5G network, could help Qualcomm return to the preeminent position it held in the early 2010s when it dominated the transition to 4G mobile networks and expanded revenues dramatically. (Fonte: Reuters)

Enerbrain ha chiuso un round di finanziamento da 2 milioni di euro
Enerbrain, startup torinese che ha sviluppato soluzioni energy saving per i grandi edifici non residenziali, ha chiuso un round di finanziamento da 2 milioni di euro.
A sottoscrivere l’aumento di capitale un gruppo di investitori composto da Controlli, Iren, Gellify e Boost Heroes. L’obiettivo del round – si legge nella nota – è quello di supportare l’internazionalizzazione di Enerbrain e lo sviluppo di nuovi brevetti per l’efficienza energetica. (Fonte: Il Sole 24 Ore)

PathAI raises $60 million for its computer vision-based pathogen detection technology
With a clinical version of PathAI‘s computer vision-based pathogen detection service still at least one year from coming to market, the diagnostic technology developer has snagged $60 million in its latest round of financing. The company’s tech is used by doctors to analyze cell samples taken from patients to determine the presence or absence of bacterium, viruses, cancerous cells or other disease causing agents. These days, PathAI’s technology is used less in hospitals for patient care and more by pharmaceutical companies developing new drugs,  according to the company’s co-founder and chief executive, Dr. Andy Beck. (Fonte: TechCrunch)