TripActions Raises $155 Million in Series E Funding

On January 21, 2021, TripActions, the cloud-based travel and expense management platform, announced that they raised $155 million in Series E growth funding led by previous investor Andreessen Horowitz, investment firm Addition, and private investor Elad Gil. This most recent round of funding increases TripActions’ valuation to a whopping $5 billion, up $1 billion from just 18 months ago when they raised $250 million and were valued at $4 billion through Series D funding.

Privacy advocates slam Amazon’s plans to put AI cameras in delivery vans

Amazon’s plans to install AI-powered cameras in its delivery vans have been slammed by privacy advocates as “the largest expansion of corporate surveillance in human history.” The e-commerce giant has been testing a system that provides real-time monitoring of the roads and drivers. In an instructional video first reported by The Information, Amazon said the cameras…

TripActions Raises $155 Million in Series E Funding

On January 21, 2021, TripActions, the cloud-based travel and expense management platform, announced that they raised $155 million in Series E growth funding led by previous investor Andreessen Horowitz, investment firm Addition, and private investor Elad Gil. This most recent round of funding increases TripActions’ valuation to a whopping $5 billion, up $1 billion from just 18 months ago when they raised $250 million and were valued at $4 billion through Series D funding.

Critical Bugs Found in Popular Realtek Wi-Fi Module for Embedded Devices

Major vulnerabilities have been discovered in the Realtek RTL8195A Wi-Fi module that could have been exploited to gain root access and take complete control of a device’s wireless communications. The six flaws were reported by researchers from Israeli IoT security firm Vdoo. The Realtek RTL8195A module is a standalone, low-power-consumption Wi-Fi hardware module targeted at…

TripActions Raises $155 Million in Series E Funding

On January 21, 2021, TripActions, the cloud-based travel and expense management platform, announced that they raised $155 million in Series E growth funding led by previous investor Andreessen Horowitz, investment firm Addition, and private investor Elad Gil. This most recent round of funding increases TripActions’ valuation to a whopping $5 billion, up $1 billion from just 18 months ago when they raised $250 million and were valued at $4 billion through Series D funding.