Hulu to allow users to download shows to their phones, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies eyes European network, and TeamDom raises $1 million to sell advertisements from influencers.

Hulu to Allow Users to Download Shows to Their Phones

Hulu announced plans to allow its paying subscribers to download shows to their phone in a few months, reports Ad Age. The move is in response to a similar feature released by Netflix in November.

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies Eyes European Network

El Segundo’s Hyperloop Technologies is eyeing a European rail network, reports TechCrunch. The company has signed an agreement to explore connecting a hyperloop system from Slovakia to the Czech Republic.

TeamDom Raises $1 Million to Sell Advertisements from Influencers

TeamDom, founded by 19-year-old Disney star Jake Paul, has raised a $1 million funding round led by China’s Danhua Capital. The company aims to help influencers build their brands and make money by selling endorsements and branding.

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