DawentsIT: All Things Technology news you need to know this Tuesday-
1.Apple is designing new Mac chips to compete with Intel. The first new processor could be launched as early as spring, reports say.
2.Uber is selling its self-driving car business. The ride-hailing firm struck a deal with Amazon-backed Aurora for an undisclosed sum.
3.Amazon is cracking down on fake goods. The e-commerce giant has cracked down on counterfeit products in recent years, after brands like Birkenstock complained that fake items proliferated on the platform.
4.Tinder parent Match Group is looking at how it handles sexual assault complaints. Dating apps have experienced a surge in use during the pandemic.
5.Steve Jobs’ daughter is modeling for Glossier. The 22-year-old Stanford University student posted photos of herself on Instagram posing with Glossier lip gloss in a bathtub.
6.Silicon Valley’s elite is moving to Miami. But VCs told the city’s mayor that a state law needs to change before more would relocate.
7.Elon Musk quietly moved his foundation to Texas months ago. Rumors are swirling about the billionaire relocating to the state permanently.
8.DoorDash’s past tipping problems make it ‘unready for public markets’, investors say. The firm is going public on Wednesday in an offering that could value it at $32 billion.
9.Three of Sequoia Capital’s funds have hauled in returns, leaked data shows. The firm has closed about two dozen funds since 2010, according to PitchBook.
10.Exclusive: Linkedin backer Bessemer invested in software firm GetAccept after seeing this pitch deck. The need to close deals remotely has exploded under COVID-19, with the ‘digital signature’ market set to be worth close to $8 billion globally.