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Contentsquare raises $190 million to give brands UX insights for websites and apps

  • VentureBeat
  • 1 week ago
  • Contentsquare, a French startup that meshes AI with predictive analytics to give brands insights into how consumers are interacting with their websites and apps, has raised $190 million in a series D round of funding.
  • The round was led by BlackRock’s Private Equity Partners team, with participation from Bpifrance, Eurazeo Growth, Canaan, GPE Hermes, Highland Europe, H14, and KKR.
  • Contentsquare is designed to help companies that are looking to optimize their digital properties by showing them not only where they may be losing customers, but why.
  • In the past year, Contentsquare said it has doubled its global head count to 600, and now runs offices in its native Paris as well as Munich, London, New York, San Francisco, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, and Singapore.
Contentsquare raises $190 million to give brands UX insights for websites and apps

The Alienware Area-51m's upgradable dream has failed in just one year

  • The Verge
  • 2 weeks ago
  • Alienware has announced the second generation of its flagship Area-51m gaming laptop, the Area-51m R2.
  • It’s largely similar on the outside to the original Area-51m, but with 10th Gen Intel processors, new Nvidia GPUs, faster RAM, and better display options.
  • According to Dell, the “Area-51m R1 only supports GPU upgrades within its current generation of graphics cards.” In other words: you can upgrade to the already-available RTX 2070 and 2080 through upgrade kits but not the new RTX 2070 Super and 2080 Super options that are shipping with the Area-51m R2.
  • The Area-51m was supposed to offer the best parts of desktop gaming PCs and portable gaming laptops in a single device. Instead, with its hefty price tag and limited upgradability, it’s ended up as a series of compromises that emphasize the worst limitations of both categories.
The Alienware Area-51m's upgradable dream has failed in just one year

Dell launches new XPS 17 and redesigned XPS 15 with 16:10 edge-to-edge displays

  • The Verge
  • 2 weeks ago
  • Dell is making some big changes to its XPS lineup today, with a redesigned XPS 15 and a new XPS 17.
  • XPS 15: bigger 16:10 15.6-inch display, Intel’s 10th Gen processors, and models with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q graphics inside. There is a possibility to configure both the XPS 15 and XPS 17 up to Intel’s Core i9 10885H 45W chip, 64GB of RAM, and 2TB of storage.
  • The XPS 17 is the smallest 17-inch laptop on the planet. Dell is also offering either Nvidia’s GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q or the more powerful RTX 2060 for discrete GPU options on the XPS 17.
  • Like the XPS 15, you won’t find any USB-A ports on this new XPS 17. Instead, there are four USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports and a full-size SD card reader.
  • Dell’s updated XPS 15 starts shipping today, priced at $1,299.99 and XPS 17 will be available in the summer, priced at $1,499.99.
Dell launches new XPS 17 and redesigned XPS 15 with 16:10 edge-to-edge displays

Tech companies pull back on hiring, flashing another grim warning sign for the U.S. economy

  • CNBC
  • 1 month ago
  • Despite the massive shift to remote work and the surge in demand for certain online services, the tech industry has seen a widespread drawdown in job listings.
  • Jobs openings nationwide across the industry dropped more than 20 percent between mid-March and mid-April, according to analysts at Glassdoor.
  • The pullbacks have been especially acute among private e-commerce companies, according to Thinknum Alternative Data. Many software firms, on the other hand, have increased postings or kept hiring relatively steady.
Tech companies pull back on hiring, flashing another grim warning sign for the U.S. economy

Dell's new XPS 13 is everything a Windows laptop should be

  • The Verge
  • 1 month ago
  • The most noticeable change you’ll see from last year’s XPS is the display. Dell has downsized the top and side bezels as well, resulting in a 16:10 display that’s 6.8 percent larger than that of its predecessor.
  • Dell offers a number of configurations of the XPS 13 on its website. The $1,749 includes a Core i7-1065G7, 16GB RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a 1920 x 1200 touchscreen.
  • The $1,199 base model has a Core i5-1035G1, 8GB RAM, a 256GB SSD, and a non-touch display — $1,299 gets you that configuration with a touchscreen. These specs should be enough for anyone who just intends to browse.
  • The 4K model starts at $1,549; that also buys 8GB RAM, 256GB storage, and a Core i5. And you can max the thing out with an i7, a 2TB SSD, 16GB RAM, a 3840 x 2400 touch display, and Windows 10 Pro for $2,309.
Dell's new XPS 13 is everything a Windows laptop should be