I periodically check in with cutting edge leaders in mobile tech and app development to learn the latest ways apps are evolving technologically and creatively to meet consumer needs. Recently, I visited with Carsten Wierwille, ustwo Studios CEO, and his team at their New York office. ustwo Group is a pioneering creative firm that includes three divisions:
This week we’ve selected five roles for architectural assistants in London on Dezeen Jobs, including positions at British firms Emil Eve Architects and Theis + Khan. Read more
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Fintech startup N26 is raising $170 million a few months after raising $300 million. While it’s technically structured as a new round, the company considers today’s new funding as an extension of the Series D round.
N26 has only reached out to existing investors. All the investors in the Series D round are investing again, as well as a few investors that have been around for a while. So that’s Insight Venture Partners, GIC (Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund), Tencent, Allianz X, Peter Thiel’s Valar Ventures, Earlybird Venture Capital and Greyhound Capital.
″Video: DJ Neptune – Ojoro ft. Flash & D’Banj″
DJ Neptunes dishes out the official video to his newly released single “OJORO” featuring new school king Flash, and the legendary kobo master D’Banj.
Ojoro serves as the second single off DJ Neptune’s forth coming album [ Greatness II #Sounds Of Neptune], schedule for release later in the year.
The music video was shot and directed by C.S Ifeme, and audio produced by Magic Beatz.
We may be in the thick of winter, but this is the best time to start shredding for spring – at least according to Chris Hemsworth’s trainer, Luke Zocchi.
The Aussie athlete has since cemented his status as one of the most in-demand A-lister advisors – and he’s here with his tips on getting fit.
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“The hardest thing in winter is we eat more and move less,” Zocchi said.
“We’ve got to reverse that – so the easiest way is to simplify things. Do 20-minute workouts, bodyweight exercises, three to four times a week.