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Iran eyeing rise in number of domestic startups
Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari said that his country is robustly after developing its innovative economy, adding that 200 more new technology based firms (NTBFs) will get activated in the next Iranian year (to start March 20).
London startup OneWeb launches first big batch of satellites
The UK-based OneWeb company sent 34 satellites into orbit on a single Soyuz rocket from Baikonur in Kazakhstan.
Surge in British teenagers setting up businesses, study suggests
The number of teenagers in the UK with their own businesses has gone up 700 percent in 10 years, research suggests.
Rouhani opens first major startup accelerator in Tehran
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani opened a first major startup accelerator in the county, a sign his government is intent on using domestic know-how to compensate for the technological losses caused by US sanctions.
E-scooters put Swedish startup on road to positive cashflow
Growing numbers of young people whizzing around Europe’s big cities on electric scooters may represent a nightmare for some pedestrians and motorists, but for Swedish sharing startup VOI they offer a path to positive cashflow.
Dreams of ubiquitous social robots still not coming true
Hopes that the tech industry was on the cusp of rolling personal robots into homes are dimming now that several once-promising consumer robotics companies have shut down.
Indian-origin startup has built over 800,000 robot workers
Robots are going to make up a huge chunk of the workforce over the next couple of decades, taking away repetitive and menial work away from human workers, and freeing them up for other qualitative applications.
Source: Grab invests $100m in Indian hotel startup OYO
Singapore-based ride-hailing firm Grab invested $100 million in Indian hotel-reservations startup OYO, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Monday.
California judge condemns startup for giving secret Facebook papers to UK
A California judge sharply criticized the legal team of the app developer that turned over confidential Facebook documents to the British parliament, accusing the attorneys of behavior that “shocks the conscience” and ordering them to hand over their client’s laptops and other evidence.
Committee set up to regulate startup financing
Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has set up a special committee to regulate the financial system of startups, said CIT minister.
Iran startups open biggest event in Berlin
Iranian entrepreneurs and business owners gathered in Berlin Thursday for a three-day startup conference to explore opportunities in Iran's hi-tech sector.

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