IQST – iQSTEL and ALYI Meet Face Mask to Face Mask Today in Dallas at ReVolt Electric Motorcycle Design Lab

NEW YORK, Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — iQSTEL, Inc. (USOTC: IQST), an international telecommunication, technology and fintech service provider, and Alternet Systems, Inc. (USOTC: ALYI), an electric vehicle (EV) innovator, meet today to advance a previously announced joint design program to codevelop two-way device communication solutions specific to the EV operating environment. Today, the two companies are meeting face to face in Dallas, in the design lab of ALYI’s EV engineering partner, MODUS. The two companies have agreed in advance to specific COVID19 mitigation protocols.

 

 

IQST and ALYI recently announced a letter of intent (LOI) agreement for IQST’s Internet of Things (IoT) development team to combine efforts with ALYI’s EV engineering and design program to codevelop two-way device communication solutions specific to the EV operating environment.

ALYI’s first generation EV program includes multiple electric motorcycles. One is designed for, among other applications, utilization within the rideshare (exemplified by

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From Charli D’Amelio And Addison Rae To Mr. Beast And Marques Brownlee, Meet Forbes’ 30 Under 30 In Social Media

The young celebrities, executives and entrepreneurs changing what entertains us—and how we communicate.


“If you had asked me 10 years ago if I would ever get to 1 million subscribers, I would have said probably not,” admits Marques Brownlee, leaning comfortably in a chair at the industrial New Jersey office park that serves as his recording studio.

Today, a mere million seems like nothing. More than 12.8 million fans now subscribe to Brownlee’s gadget reviews and tech-industry analysis on MKBHD, his YouTube channel. “It blows my mind every day how many people are actually interested in tech.”

With his videos attracting 700 million views in the past year, Brownlee, 27, earned $5 million or so over that time period—and a starring spot on this year’s 30 Under 30 list. Joining him on the roll are a group of fellow social media stars, including comedian David Dobrik, Renegade dance creator

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Twitter to Meet With Biden Transition Team on Transfer of Social Media Accounts From Trump Admin

Twitter said that it will meet with the Biden-Harris transition team in the coming months to transfer social media accounts from President Donald Trump to the new administration, regardless of whether or not Trump concedes the race.

The company confirmed to Newsweek on Saturday that President-elect Joe Biden will receive the @POTUS Twitter handle as soon as he is inaugurated into the White House in January.

“Twitter is actively preparing to support the transition of White House institutional Twitter accounts on January 20th, 2021. As we did for the presidential transition in 2017, this process is being done in close consultation with the National Archives and Records Administration,” a Twitter spokesperson told Newsweek.

Among other White House Twitter accounts that will be handed over to Biden’s team include @whitehouse, @VP, and @FLOTUS.

Gaining access into these accounts will provide the new administration with an extended way to communicate with the

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This smart camera startup helps companies meet COVID-19 cleaning standards by detecting dirtiness

Quivr CEO Brian Monnin. (GeekWire File Photo)

Cleanliness took on a whole new meaning in 2020.

The pandemic is forcing airlines, hotels, universities, and other organizations to adjust standards for keeping high-touch areas free from germs.

A new Seattle startup called Quivr aims to ride this trend with an AI-powered smart camera tool that can detect proper application of sprayed disinfectant and generate deep-cleaning reports.

The company is the second spinout from a new Seattle innovation studio run by Pioneer Square Labs (PSL) and Fortive. It’s led by Brian Monnin, who previously worked at Intel and Microsoft before founding Play Impossible, a 5-year-old Seattle startup that built a smart gameball.

Quivr’s system includes the high-tech camera that scans the 3D surfaces of a room or venue and can detect liquid disinfectant, as well as the workers themselves. The resulting data can be analyzed in real-time to ensure completion and improve

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Meet The Woman In Aerospace Ready To Launch Drones That Can Save Lives Across Altitudes And Collect Data In The Stratosphere

On a 100 degree August day at Yuma Proving Grounds, an army base in Yuma, AZ, Fatema Hamdani was standing in the dry heat waiting for her baby to come home—not a human baby—her K1000ULE UAS, a zero emissions drone that flies longer than any other electric aircraft in its size and weight category. That day, Fatema’s company Kraus Hamdani Aerospace celebrated a victory. After a 12-hour flight, their aircraft returned with 80% of its batter still available, meaning the it could have flown for another four to six hours. 

“This would bring its total flight time to 14 to 16 hours,” says Fatema. “The next revision of the aircraft will allow us to fly a minimum of 24 to 26 hours nonstop, which would be a game changer in aerospace. Most of our competitors boast a mere 90 minutes or

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Meet the hackers who earn millions for saving the web. How bug bounties are changing everything about security

These hackers are finding security bugs–and getting paid for it. That’s changing the dynamics of cybersecurity.

The first time Katie Paxton-Fear found a bug, she thought it was just luck. 

One of her friends had signed her up for an event in London, where hackers aim to find the vulnerabilities in a particular piece of software.

Without any experience of cybersecurity beyond being a programmer and developer, she found one bug, then another. “To be fair, I thought it was a fluke,” she says. But since then she’s found 30 more security bugs.

“It’s kind of like playing Sherlock Holmes,” says Paxton-Fear.

“You feel like a detective, going in rooting around and saying, ‘That looks interesting’, and having a stream of clues,” she says. “And, when you get all the pieces neatly together, and it works and there’s a bug there–it’s the most thrilling experience ever.”

But unlike a hacker

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Meet Jane Dunlevie, Goldman Sachs cohead of internet investment banking

  • Jane Dunlevie, a co-head of Goldman’s global internet investment-banking business within its technology, media, and telecommunications group, was promoted to partner on Thursday.
  • Dunlevie, 35, works with big-ticket tech clients, including companies like Shopify, Pinterest, and PayPal.
  • She spoke to Business Insider about her early fascination with Goldman Sachs and curiosity around innovation. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

In 2007, fresh out of Stanford University, Jane Dunlevie began her career as an analyst at Goldman Sachs, at the base of one of Wall Street’s tallest mountains.

If breaking into the firm’s exclusive partnership is considered the peak, then, 13 years after she first joined the firm, Dunlevie scaled its summit.

“We’re obviously individually excited, but I think collectively incredibly proud of the achievements of the whole group,” Dunlevie told Business Insider in an interview Thursday, a few hours after being elevated to partnership via a phone call direct

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Meet Rebekah Mercer, the deep-pocketed co-founder of Parler, a controversial conservative social network

Rebekah Mercer, a prominent conservative donor, revealed Saturday that she is helping to bankroll Parler, the rapidly growing but controversial conservative social media platform that was at the top of App Store charts last week.



a person standing in a room: Rebekah Mercer in 2017


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Rebekah Mercer in 2017

Mecer is the daughter of Robert Mercer, a hedge fund manager and the co-founder of the now-defunct political data-analysis firm Cambridge Analytica. The Mercers have been prominent supporters of President Donald Trump and conservative causes.

“John and I started Parler to provide a neutral platform for free speech, as our founders intended, and also to create a social media environment that would protect data privacy,” Mercer said in a statement on the platform. “The ever increasing tyranny and hubris of our tech overlords demands that someone lead the fight against data mining, and for the protection of free speech online. That someone is Parler, a beacon

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Meet the 25 European startups fighting climate change

  • Throughout Europe, entrepreneurs and investors alike are taking steps to try and tackle the oncoming climate crisis. 
  • A number of venture capital firms on the continent – including Northzone and Earlybird – have introduced sustainability clauses in their term sheets. 
  • Business Insider asked early-stage, later-stage, and corporate backers across Europe to name the most impressive startups battling global warming. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Climate change is real and tech startups are trying to rise to the challenge of stopping it. 

Across Europe, investors and startups are making strides into more environmentally impactful projects. According to PwC, venture capital investment into “climate tech” grew at almost five times the rate of the overall global VC market between 2013 and 2019.

A number of venture capital funds in Europe, including Northzone, Earlybird, and HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, recently signed up to Berlin-based Leaders for Climate Action. The initiative sets out

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Series X launch is ‘largest in Xbox history’ as Microsoft tries to meet demand

Microsoft this week had its largest Xbox launch ever. After debuting on Tuesday, the Series X (XSX) and all-digital counterpart Series S are sold out at most major retailers, with Microsoft execs both promising a “resupply” soon. Here’s a tweet from Xbox chief Phil Spencer:



a close up of a speaker: (Microsoft Photo)


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The XSX does have the advantage of initially launching in 37 countries, which is almost three times as many as the Xbox One launch in 2013. Even so, in order to have beaten the previous sales record set by the Xbox One, the XSX

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