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The best cookbooks to gift or buy for yourself in 2021

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Amazon; Gilbert Espinoza/Insider A great cookbook makes a thoughtful and sentimental gift that evokes past travels, memories, and shared meals. Here are some of our favorite cookbooks this year, including "The Korean Vegan," "New World Sourdough," and "Xi'an Famous Foods." Still looking for a gift? Check out our list of the All-Time Best products we've ever tested. To me, there's no better...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Cooking, Books, Gift Guide, London, Instagram, North Korea, France, White House, China, New York City, Jerusalem, America, Trends


Zeros And Ones: Release Date, Cast And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)I've watched the "Zeros and Ones" trailer multiple times and I still have so many questions, and I'm betting you do too! Don't worry, we're going to explore them together and by the end of this, both of us will probably (read: hopefully) know what's going on with the wild looking film, "Zeros and Ones," starring your favorite sad...
Tags: Apple, New York, Movies, Matthew Mcconaughey, Rome, Paris, Ethan Hawke, Dan Brown, Jj, Don, Hawke, Ferrara, Abel Ferrara, Sean Price Williams, Leonardo Daniel Bianchi, Joe Delia


Meet the millennial and Gen Z founders dressing Jill Biden, opening NFT art galleries, and raising millions in funding

"Star, Rising" is a series highlighting early entrepreneurs and businesses. Samantha Lee/Insider Insider's series Star, Rising highlights early-stage entrepreneurs and companies who are gaining popularity. So far, Insider has profiled founders all over the world who are innovating their respective industries. Here are the 15 burgeoning business owners in Insider's Star, Rising series. The pandemic spurred a new wave of entrepreneurship, prompting people to start their own compani...
Tags: Apple, UK, London, France, Germany, Nigeria, Africa, US, Trends, Paris, Showtime, Paris Hilton, Barbie, Lauren Bacall, Index Ventures, Yeezy


10 Things in Politics: Hunter Biden's art raises ethical questions

Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics. Sign up here to receive this newsletter. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android. Send tips to [email protected]'s what we're talking about:Hunter Biden isn't Trump, but what he's up to deserves your attention - even if you hate Fox NewsRepublicans are bracing for an awkward Trump speech at a big donor eventDemocrats are already floating another massive spending billWith Phil Ro...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Supreme Court, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Kentucky, Senate, White House, Disney, Nbc News, US, Trends, Walmart


Check out 8 pitch decks that legal-tech startups used to raise millions

The legal-tech space has raised more than $1 billion in funding so far this year. Samantha Lee/Insider Funding for legal-tech has surprassed $1 billion for 2021 so far. VC firms, private equity, and even traditional law players are pouring money in. Check out these 8 pitch decks for examples of how legal-tech startup founders sold their vision. See more stories on Insider's business page. As law firms and their clients seek to digitize and streamline work, VCs have been opening thei...
Tags: Google, Australia, Softbank, Trends, Paris, New Zealand, International court of justice, Denmark, Houston, Copenhagen, General Atlantic, Clio, Bessemer Venture Partners, Harvard Law School, Broderick, Pascal Cagni


Is Nuclear Energy Green Energy? 10 EU Countries Call On Brussels To Add It To the List

"A group of ten EU countries, led by France, have asked the European Commission to recognize nuclear power as a low-carbon energy source that should be part of the bloc's decades-long transition towards climate neutrality," reports EuroNews. While greenhouse gas emissions from nuclear plants are "comparable" to those released by hydropower and wind, critics argue that the resulting radioactive waste is harmful to human health and the environment. "Despite the urgency to combat climate change, me...
Tags: Europe, France, Germany, Tech, Eu, Spain, European Union, Paris, Commission, European Commission, Romania, Brussels, Greenpeace, Chernobyl, Eastern, International Energy Agency IEA


Germany Unveils First Self-Driving Train

German rail operator Deutsche Bahn and industrial group Siemens on Monday unveiled the world's first automated, driverless train in the city of Hamburg, billing it as more punctual and energy efficient than traditional trains. TechExplore reports: Four such trains will join the northern city's S-Bahn rapid urban rail network and start carrying passengers from December, using the existing rail infrastructure. Other cities like Paris have driverless metros while airports often have automated monor...
Tags: Germany, Tech, Paris, Siemens, Hamburg, Bahn, Deutsche Bahn


How do we attribute value to an NFT?

How do we attribute value to an NFT? We can analyze this question from a number of perspectives. To start, we could draw a line of demarcation between categories of possessions that exist physically and those that exist intangibly. One intuitively understands how to value tangible things. This is often tied to the item’s usefulness. For example, a car has value because it transports. A knife is useful for cutting. A pen enables writing. We move out one level of abstraction and see that pieces of...
Tags: Google, Law, Chicago, Paris, Jack Dorsey, Louvre, Dorsey, Mona Lisa, Metro, Da Vinci, NFT, Vinci, Evan Brown


Cutting methane should be a key Cop26 aim, research suggests

Oil and gas producers could reduce emissions at low cost or even at a profit by staunching leaks, says thinktankSharp cuts in methane from leaking gas drilling platforms and production sites could play a major role in the greenhouse gas emissions reductions necessary to fulfil the Paris climate agreement, and should be a key aim for the Cop26 UN climate talks, new research suggests.Cutting global emissions of methane by 40% by 2030 is achievable, with most cuts possible at low cost or even at a ...
Tags: Technology, Climate Change, Environment, UK News, World news, Oil and gas companies, Paris, Un, Energy Transitions Commission, Cop26: Glasgow climate change conference 2021


Check out 7 pitch decks that legal-tech startups used to raise millions

The legal-tech space has raised nearly $1 billion in funding so far this year. Samantha Lee/Insider Funding for legal-tech is nearing $1 billion for 2021 so far. VC firms, private equity, and even traditional law players are pouring money in. Check out these 7 pitch decks for examples of how legal-tech startup founders sold their vision. See more stories on Insider's business page. As law firms and their clients seek to digitize and streamline work, VCs have been opening their walle...
Tags: Google, Australia, Trends, Paris, New Zealand, International court of justice, Denmark, Houston, Copenhagen, General Atlantic, Clio, Bessemer Venture Partners, Harvard Law School, Broderick, Pascal Cagni, Paul Hastings


'Promising Young Woman' is now streaming on HBO Max - here's how to watch the Oscar-winning thriller at home

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Carey Mulligan in "Promising Young Woman." Focus Features "Promising Young Woman" is now available to stream on HBO Max. Director Emerald Fennell's thriller follows a woman as she seeks vengeance on the men who wronged her. HBO Max costs $10/month for the ad-supported plan or $15/month for the ad-free plan. Max Monthly Plan (ad-free) (small) Oscar-winning film "Promising Young Woman" is now availab...
Tags: Reviews, Hbo, Movies, Microsoft, Entertainment, Samsung, Trends, Tech, Apple TV, Paris, Streaming, Oscars, Lg, Golden Globes, Academy Awards, Carey Mulligan


Paris syndrome: Nearly one in five Google reviews of French capital are negative, study finds

The research analysed positive and negative sentiments left in 140,000 reviews
Tags: Travel, Google, Advice, Paris, News &


Helping travelers discover new things to do

While travel restrictions continue to vary across the globe, people are still dreaming of places to visit and things to do. Searches for “activities near me” have grown over the past 12 months, with specific queries like “ziplining” growing by 280% and “aquariums” by 115% globally. In response to this increasing interest, and to support the travel industry’s recovery, we’re introducing new ways to discover attractions, tours and activities on Search. Now, when people search on Google for attract...
Tags: Travel, Google, California, Paris, Tokyo Tower, Google Ads, Richard Holden


Alan acquires Jour and launches mental health service Alan Mind

French startup Alan is better known for its health insurance products — they now insure 200,000 people. But it has been slowly building a superapp for your health and expanding with new services. Today, the company announced its first acquisition ever with the acquisition of Jour for $20 million. This is going to be the foundation for a new service called Alan Mind. “More than 13 million people in France are facing a mental health issue. If you look at people under 35, it’s 3 out of 4 people — s...
Tags: Startups, TC, Apps, Europe, France, Tech, Mental Health, Paris, France Newsletter, Alan, Rhone Alpes, Alan Alan, Jour, COVID, Jean Charles Samuelian Werve, Samuelian Werve


Where to watch every 2021 Emmy-winning and nominated show - from 'Ted Lasso' to 'The Crown'

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset on "Bridgerton." LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX The 73rd annual Emmy Awards were held on September 19 to celebrate excellence in television. Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, Apple TV Plus, HBO Max, and more all had series up for awards. You can watch many of the nominees and winners right now through various streaming services. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky The 73rd annual Emmy...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Tech, Features, Netflix, Paris, Streaming, Cbs, Emmy, Hulu, Emmys, Jason Sudeikis, Streaming Service


The Station: Gogoro scoots into a SPAC, a Rivian milestone and Tesla prepares to unleash FSD beta software

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hello readers: Welcome to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future means of moving people and packages from Point A to Point B. The future of transportation beat was flooded with news this week as per ushe. There are two stories that I want to highlight here. First up, is that the first Rivian R1T electric pickup truck...
Tags: Transportation, Japan, Elon Musk, UK, New York, London, Supreme Court, Congress, California, Washington, Senate, China, India, Tech, General Motors, Tesla


Eli EVs begins production, European rollout of Eli ZERO, a compact two-seater

Eli Electric Vehicles, an early stage compact EV manufacturer, announced the start of production on its flagship Eli Zero, a micro “neighborhood electric vehicle” that is built for city commuting. The company plans to roll out small batches of the two-seater EV to distributors across 13 European countries over the next few months with a starting price of $11,999. Micro-electric vehicles are on the rise with other compact quadricycles coming to market recently, including the Renault Twizy, the Ci...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Electric Vehicle, Europe, China, Los Angeles, Tech, Vienna, Automotive, Paris, Amsterdam, Switzerland, Austria Germany, Li, Eli, KSR Group


Can the Computer Chip Industry Reduce Its Carbon Footprint?

"Last week Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world's largest chipmaker, which supplies chips to Apple, pledged to reach net zero emissions by 2050," reports the Guardian. "But decarbonizing the industry will be a big challenge." TSMC alone uses almost 5% of all Taiwan's electricity, according to figures from Greenpeace, predicted to rise to 7.2% in 2022, and it used about 63m tons of water in 2019. The company's water use became a controversial topic during Taiwan's drought this ...
Tags: Apple, US, Tech, Intel, Taiwan, Mit, Harvard, Paris, Greenpeace, TSMC, Taiwan Strait, Oslash, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Air Liquide, Fonstad, Pittroff


US, EU Pledge 30% Cut In Methane Emissions To Limit Global Heating

The US and the EU made a joint pledge on Friday to cut global methane emissions by almost a third in the next decade, in what climate experts hailed as one of the most significant steps yet towards fulfilling the Paris climate agreement. The Guardian reports: Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, about 80 times more effective at trapping heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide, and emissions have been rising in recent years. Natural gas production and fracking, meat production and other forms o...
Tags: US, Tech, Eu, Paris, Un, OECD, US EU Pledge


Volta Trucks raises €37 million to bring electric delivery trucks to the streets of London and Paris

Trucking tends to be associated with highways, but it’s not uncommon to find large delivery vehicles trundling down the tightly packed streets of the world’s most populated cities. According to EV startup Volta Trucks, that’s far from ideal: in London, large commercial vehicles cause around 26% of pedestrian fatalities and around 80% of cyclist fatalities, and account for an outsized portion of carbon emissions. Volta’s solution is to electrify and redesign the large cargo vehicle — called Heavy...
Tags: Startups, Transportation, Europe, Elon Musk, New York, London, Tech, Austria, Automotive, Paris, Norden, VOLTA, Meritor, Proterra, Electric trucks, Recent Funding


Most Plans for New Coal Plants Scrapped Since Paris Agreement

The global pipeline of new coal power plants has collapsed since the 2015 Paris climate agreement, according to research that suggests the end of the polluting energy source is in sight. From a report: The report found that more than three-quarters of the world's planned plants have been scrapped since the climate deal was signed, meaning 44 countries no longer have any future coal power plans. The climate groups behind the report -- E3G, Global Energy Monitor and Ember -- said those countries n...
Tags: Tech, Paris, Dave Jones, EmbeR, Global Energy Monitor


Where to watch every 2021 Emmy-nominated show - from 'Ted Lasso' to 'Bridgerton'

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset on "Bridgerton." LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX The 73rd annual Emmy Awards will be held on September 19 to celebrate excellence in television. Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus, and more all have series up for awards. You can watch many of the nominated shows right now through various streaming services. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky The 73rd annual Emmy Awards will be broadcast...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Entertainment, Disney, Trends, Tech, Features, Netflix, Paris, Streaming, Cbs, Emmy, Hulu, Emmys, Jason Sudeikis, Paul Bettany


"In considering the setting for his movie, [Wes] Anderson wanted something like Paris, but a version that doesn’t exist anymore outside of cinema..."

"... like the one of wonder captured by 'The Red Balloon,' and one of whimsy captured by Jacques Tati. One of the film’s producers, Jeremy Dawson, said that Anderson was looking for a place 'with nooks and crannies, corridors, passages, staircases, layers and ramparts.' The filmmakers began their scouting search on Google, digitally navigating the streets of towns that might fit the bill. Then they hit the road to visit a few of them. While in Angoulême, they came across a plaza with a small caf...
Tags: Google, Movies, Law, France, Paris, Wes Anderson, Anderson, Dawson, Angoulême, Ann Althouse, Jacques Tati, Jeremy Dawson


Watch Apple unveil the new iPhone live right here

Apple is set to announce new iPhone models today. The company is holding a (virtual) keynote at 10 AM PT (1 PM in New York, 6 PM in London, 7 PM in Paris). And you’ll be able to watch the event right here as the company is streaming it live. Rumor has it that there will be a new generation of iPhone models. Reports suggest that the company is going to call it the iPhone 13 and that there will be four different models just like last year. Today, you can expect to learn more about the iPhone 13...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google, Gadgets, Mobile, Apps, New York, London, Tech, Paris, Apple Events, iPhone 13, Apple Fall Event 2021, Safari Mozilla Firefox Microsoft


Bank of America's 8 key decision-makers in its newly-split tech and ops divisions

From left: Tony Kerrison, Cathy Bessant, and Sumeet Chabria. Bank of America. Bank of America; Skye Gould/Insider Bank of America announced Friday an overhaul of its management team. Cathy Bessant, the bank's chief tech and ops officer, was named vice chair of global strategy. These are the top execs now running BofA's reorganized tech and ops divisions. See more stories on Insider's business page. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan announced a sweeping set of executive changes...
Tags: Enterprise, Finance, Trends, Tech, Bank Of America, Paris, Teaser, Fintech, Brian Moynihan, BofA, Tech Insider, Skye Gould, Cathy Bessant, Bessant, BI Graphics, Subscriber Collection


A startup is now making artificial hearts for terminally ill patients

Carmat's artificial heart imitates the functions of the human heart. Bertrand Guay/AFP via Getty Images French company Carmat said it would begin selling artificial hearts in the second quarter of 2021. The heart is mainly targeted at patients suffering from terminal or "endstage" heart failure. A man suffering from end-stage heart failure received an artificial heart implant, the startup said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A French company developing the worl...
Tags: Health, Design, France, Germany, Trends, Tech, Bloomberg, Inventions, Paris, Italy, Heart Health, Heart, Heart Failure, Tech Insider, Artificial Heart, Bertrand Guay


Gaia Capital Partners in Paris rebrands as Revaia, closes first €250M growth fund

Paris-based VC fund Gaia Capital Partners has change its name to Revaia and announced the final closing of its first growth fund, at €250 million. The firm said it exceeded its initial target of €200 million, and the fund will be ‘ESG focused’. Revaia is also claiming to be Europe’s largest female-founded VC fund, although TechCrunch has not been able to verify that at the time of publication. As Gaia Capital Partners, Revaia launched its first fund in late 2019, the portfolio for which currentl...
Tags: TC, Europe, New York, London, Money, Finance, Berlin, Toronto, Insurance, Tech, Investment, Vc, Paris, Accel, Allianz, MAIF


ProtonMail logged IP address of French activist after order by Swiss authorities

ProtonMail, a hosted email service with a focus on end-to-end encrypted communications, has been facing criticism after a police report showed that French authorities managed to obtain the IP address of a French activist who was using the online service. The company has communicated widely about the incident, stating that it doesn’t log IP addresses by default and it only complies with local regulation — in that case Swiss law. While ProtonMail didn’t cooperate with French authorities, French po...
Tags: Europe, Privacy, France, US, Tech, Eu, Encryption, Policy, Paris, Airbnb, Vpn, Yen, Backdoor, Europol, Protonmail, Proton


3 moments that made Move Inc. CEO David Doctorow

David Doctorow has helmed the parent of realtor.com for nearly two years now, but the foundation for his leadership style was laid many years earlier.
Tags: Uber, Europe, Technology, Ebay, Radio, Paris, News Corp, Expedia, Industry News, Dara Khosrowshahi, Inman Connect, Realtor.com, Move Inc, Real Estate Leadership, David Doctorow, 3 Moments That Made


Station F launches FemTech Program on its startup campus

Paris-based startup megacampus Station F is announcing a new program for early-stage startups looking for opportunities to join the Station F community — the FemTech Program. With this new program, the Station F team wants to put a spotlight on FemTech startups and make it easier to start a FemTech startup. Station F is a massive building that used to be a rail freight depot. It has been completely renovated and it now acts as a flagship entity for the tech community in France. In addition to VC...
Tags: Europe, France, Tech, Paris, Ava, Station F, Roxanne Varza, FemTech Program, Station F FemTech Program, Emma Butler Guud Guud, Morgane Leten Jan Deruyck Puissante Sextoy, Marie Comacle My S Life My S Life, Juliette Mauro, Kenza Keller, Manon Cauchoix Camille Di Vincenzo, PERLA Health PERLA Health



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