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Welcome to GENO, we are an innovative Information Technology, Telecommunications and Digital Strategy Solutions Firm.

We are strategic-creative thinkers who are passionate about technology services and products – and how each vertical we are involved in is evolving globally to better human life.

We also, remain committed to adapt these changes for our clientele as fast as we can, making the world less dependent on inefficient and harmful resources by empowering our clients through technology and building them to be future proof while remaining competitive as businesses of tomorrow. Our aim is to become a one-stop solution-driven firm for all technology and digital needs for all who engage us!

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    • Sync Computing rakes in $15.5M to automatically optimize cloud resources

      After a pandemic-driven cloud adoption boom in the enterprise, costs are finally coming under a microscope. More than a third of businesses report having cloud budget overruns of up to 40%, according to a recent poll by observability software vendor Pepperdata. A separate survey from Flexera found that optimizing the existing use of cloud services

    • Motional launches autonomous Hyundai IONIQ 5s on Lyft network in Las Vegas

      Motional, the Aptiv-Hyundai joint venture that’s working to commercialize autonomous driving technology, has launched its new all-electric IONIQ 5-based robotaxi for driverless ride-hail operations on the Lyft network in Las Vegas. The news follows years of collaboration between the two companies in Las Vegas. The launch of the IONIQs, which marks the turnover of Motional’s

    • Qeepsake, a journaling app that helps families capture and store memories, raises $2M

      Qeepsake, a New York-based family journaling app, has raised $2 million in seed funding. Founded in 2015, Qeepsake sends its users daily questions via text or push notifications to encourage them to reflect on their day, children, parenting and more. Text, photo and video responses are then automatically organized into digital journals in Qeepsake’s app.

    • Shopify launches Collabs, a new way for creators to earn revenue on the platform

      Shopify announced today that it’s launching a new “Shopify Collabs” offering to connect creators with merchants on its platform and give them a new way to make money. With this new product, Shopify says creators will be able to easily discover and partner with independent businesses. Creators can get started by applying for a Shopify

    • Hear how to fundraise from VCs in Minneapolis, Minn at TechCrunch Live’s special event!

      TechCrunch is thrilled to host a special TechCrunch Live centered around Minneapolis, Minnesota. On September 7, TechCrunch Live will feature some of the best startups and investors from the region. I hope you can join us. Just like every TechCrunch Live, the event is free. Register here. One of the panels features two of the

    • India shipping logistics giant Shipyaari exposed customer data

      Shipyaari, a Mumbai-based software company that offers shipping logistics to major consumer brands, exposed the personal data of thousands of its customers because of a months-long spill of its internal shipment information. The exposed data, discovered by security researcher Ashutosh Barot, included Shipyaari customers’ names, addresses, phone numbers, order invoice amounts and delivery status. According

    • How Snipd is using AI to ‘unlock knowledge’ in podcasts

      Podcasting has emerged as a major billion-dollar industry, with ad revenue in the U.S. alone expected to hit $2 billion this year — a figure that’s set to double by 2024. Against that backdrop, major players in the field are bolstering their podcasting armory, with Spotify recently doling out around $85 million for two companies

    • Meta launches Horizon Worlds in France and Spain

      In an effort to expand its social platform for virtual reality, Horizon Worlds, Meta is launching it in France and Spain today — building on the existing three markets including the U.S., Canada, and the UK where it was already available. In a Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg announced the launch with an unappealing photo and

    • Polestar is launching an EV roadster in 2026 called the Polestar 6

      Electric vehicle maker Polestar said Tuesday that it is expanding its lineup to include an 884-horsepower hard-top convertible with recycled polyester upholstery. The Polestar 6 electric performance roadster will go into production in 2026 based on the Polestar O₂ Concept the company revealed in March. Customers can now begin reserving build slots online. Polestar CEO

    • Upskilling platform GrowthSpace secures $25M to grow its global business

      As the jobs market remains tight (mass layoffs and hiring freezes in tech aside), companies are laser-focused on retaining staff. One of the areas they’re investing in is upskilling, which aims to teach employees new skills in departments with which they’re unfamiliar. For example, Walmart announced in 2021 that it would invest nearly $1 billion

    • Guesty books $170M to double down on property management tools for Airbnb and other rental platforms

      Platforms like Airbnb have boomed with more consumers (and business users) than ever before keen stay in private properties when traveling or working away from their usual home base. That’s also meant a boom for startups building technology to help those renting out properties to manage the process. Guesty — which has built a platform

    • YC-backed Arc, a digital bank for ‘high-growth’ SaaS startups, lands $20M Series A

      Arc, a company that aims to give SaaS startups “a way to borrow, save and spend” in one place, has raised $20 million in a Series A round of funding. The raise comes seven months after Arc emerged from stealth with $150 million in debt financing and $11 million in seed funding. The startup graduated