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Apple releases important iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Watch security patches - techcrunch

Apple releases important iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Watch security patches

Apple has released a set of security updates for iPhones, iPads, and Macs, and Watches. There are no new features — but these are updates you will still want to install. As part of these security fixes, iPhones and iPads will update to iOS and iPadOS 14.4.1, watchOS users will update to 7.3.2, and macOS […]
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Max Q: Starship’s good landing (and less good post-landing) - techcrunch

Max Q: Starship’s good landing (and less good post-landing)

Max Q is a weekly newsletter from TechCrunch all about space. Sign up here to receive it weekly on Mondays in your inbox. Sometimes even the biggest successes look like failures on video. That’s the theme of this week, because the biggest news by far was SpaceX’s test launch of its latest Starship prototype in […]
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Daily Crunch: PayPal acquires Curv - techcrunch

Daily Crunch: PayPal acquires Curv

PayPal acquires a cryptocurrency startup, Apple discontinues the iMac Pro and McAfee sells its enterprise business. This is your Daily Crunch for March 8, 2021. The big story: PayPal acquires Curv This deal will grow PayPal’s cryptocurrency team by bringing on Curv, a startup working with exchanges, brokers and over-the-counter desks to help their users […]
techcrunch - 48 minutes ago
Zapier buys no-code-focused Makerpad in its first acquisition - techcrunch

Zapier buys no-code-focused Makerpad in its first acquisition

Zapier, a well-known no-code automation tool, has purchased Makerpad, a no-code education service and community. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. TechCrunch has covered Zapier often during its life, including its first, and only fundraising event, a $1.2 million round back in 2012 that tapped Bessemer, DFJ, and others. Since then company has added […]
techcrunch - 2 hours ago
White-label voice assistants will win the battle for podcast discovery - techcrunch

White-label voice assistants will win the battle for podcast discovery

The voice assistant that can personalize podcasts and help listeners search, sample and discover content through sharable bite-sized pieces will win the voice wars.
techcrunch - 2 hours ago
From electric charging to supply chain management, InMotion Ventures preps Jaguar for a sustainable future - techcrunch

From electric charging to supply chain management, InMotion Ventures preps Jaguar for a sustainable future

"Obviously, we venture beyond electrification into autonomous vehicles and connectivity. There will be a lot of value creation once OEMs are able to surface their APIs."
techcrunch - 4 hours ago
Comprehend the Difference Between Long and Short Video Marketing - readwrite

Comprehend the Difference Between Long and Short Video Marketing

Which are the best short video apps? Everyone knows that short videos are thriving currently, so what’s the story behind its keep flourishing? Since the day Titkok came, short videos have become more popular, where people tend to show their interests, funny stuff, and all that in 60 seconds. But for some reason, Tiktok got […] The post Comprehend the Difference Between Long and Short Video Marketing appeared first on ReadWrite.
readwrite - 5 hours ago
Cosi raises €20M for its ‘full-stack’ approach to short term rentals - techcrunch

Cosi raises €20M for its ‘full-stack’ approach to short term rentals

Cosi Group, a Berlin-based startup offering an alternative to boutique hotels and managed short-stay apartments, is disclosing €20 million in new investment. Backing the round is Vienna-based Soravia, a leading real estate group in German-speaking countries. Existing investors Cherry Ventures, e.ventures, Kreos Capital and Bremke followed on, along with a number of individual investors. They […]
techcrunch - 5 hours ago
Porter Road’s sustainable, whole animal butchery raises $10 million to expand across the U.S. - techcrunch

Porter Road’s sustainable, whole animal butchery raises $10 million to expand across the U.S.

In the nearly ten years since it launched as a whole animal butchery out of a storefront in East Nashville, the founders of Porter Road have wanted to herd America’s meat industry down a new path. Now the company has $10 million in financing from investors including L37 Ventures, River Park Ventures, Middleland, FJ Labs, […]
techcrunch - 6 hours ago
Apple teams with Common Sense Media to curate podcasts for kids - techcrunch

Apple teams with Common Sense Media to curate podcasts for kids

Apple announced this morning it’s teaming up with Common Sense Media to curate a selection of kid-friendly podcasts in the U.S. in light of what appears to be growing interest in spoken word entertainment among families. That interest, in part, may have been prompted by the pandemic and parents’ desire to reduce kids’ screen time […]
techcrunch - 6 hours ago
While eyeing a SPAC, Swedish autonomous EV company Einride nears $75 million in new funding - techcrunch

While eyeing a SPAC, Swedish autonomous EV company Einride nears $75 million in new funding

Swedish autonomous electric vehicle startup Einride is aiming to continue the momentum  sparked by partnerships with Oatly and Lidl,  by seeking additional capital, TechCrunch has learned.  Einride is seeking $75 million in new financing, while at the same time exploring the potential for a public listing through a special purpose acquisition company, according to people with […]
techcrunch - 7 hours ago
Tesla’s utility-scale batteries are coming to Texas  - techcrunch

Tesla’s utility-scale batteries are coming to Texas 

Elon Musk is bringing his utility-scale battery ambitions to the Lone Star state.  An under-the-radar Tesla subsidiary has been at work building a 100 MW energy storage project in Angleton, Texas, according to an application with the Public Utilities Commission of Texas and other documents. Bloomberg was the first to report on the documents and […]
techcrunch - 7 hours ago
Vendr raises huge $60M Series A as its SaaS-purchasing service scales - techcrunch

Vendr raises huge $60M Series A as its SaaS-purchasing service scales

This morning Vendr announced a $60 million Series A round, a huge funding event led by Tiger Global, with participation from Y Combinator, Sound Ventures, Craft Ventures, F-Prime Capital, and Garage Capital. The outsized Series A comes after Vendr last raised $4 million in a mid-2020 seed round, with TechCrunch reporting that the company was […]
techcrunch - 7 hours ago
Olo’s IPO could value the company north of $3B as Toast waits in the wings - techcrunch

Olo’s IPO could value the company north of $3B as Toast waits in the wings

Targeting $16 to $18 per share, Olo could raise as much as $372.6 million in its public offering.
techcrunch - 8 hours ago
Celebs like Rob Dyrdek, Joe Jonas, and Travis Barker are backing the nootropic nosh company, Mindright - techcrunch

Celebs like Rob Dyrdek, Joe Jonas, and Travis Barker are backing the nootropic nosh company, Mindright

It was only a matter of time before someone married the nascent nootropic supplements for brain health to the snack bar craze that continues to attract dollars and exits. That time is apparently now, as Rob Dyrdek, the MTV-famous celebrity, pro-skater and entrepreneur, and Chris Bernard announce a new investment in the company they co-founded, […]
techcrunch - 8 hours ago
Equity Monday: More money for fintech, Deliveroo’s IPO, and AI startups - techcrunch

Equity Monday: More money for fintech, Deliveroo’s IPO, and AI startups

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This is Equity Monday, our weekly kickoff that tracks the latest private market news, talks about the coming week, digs into some recent funding rounds and mulls over a larger theme or narrative from the private markets. You […]
techcrunch - 8 hours ago
Rodney Ascher: Why A Glitch in the Matrix feels so real - venture beat

Rodney Ascher: Why A Glitch in the Matrix feels so real

A Glitch in the Matrix is a new film by Rodney Ascher about simulation theory, which is a fascination confluence of science fiction and fact. It’s about people who believe that we are living in a computer simulation, and that nothing about reality is real. The idea was first posed in a 1977 speech by […]
venture beat - 8 hours ago
Last-mile delivery robotics company Refraction AI raises $4.2M - techcrunch

Last-mile delivery robotics company Refraction AI raises $4.2M

Ann Arbor-based Refraction AI announced today that it has raised a $4.2 million seed round. The startup, which debuted on the TechCrunch Sessions: Mobility stage back in 2019, was founded by a pair of University of Michigan professors (Matthew Johnson-Roberson — now CTO — and Ram Vasudevan) seeking to solve a number of issues posed […]
techcrunch - 10 hours ago
Amazon expands its food delivery service across Bangalore - techcrunch

Amazon expands its food delivery service across Bangalore

Amazon said on Monday it has expanded its food delivery service, called Amazon Food, across 62 zip codes in Bangalore, in what is the first public update since entering the new category in India last May. The American e-commerce group said Amazon Food now reaches key localities in Bangalore such as Whitefield, HSR, Sarjapur, Koramangala, […]
techcrunch - 10 hours ago
New clinical trial data from Locus Biosciences shows promise in CRISPR-Cas3 technology - techcrunch

New clinical trial data from Locus Biosciences shows promise in CRISPR-Cas3 technology

Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest potential threats to global health today. But Locus Biosciences is hoping that their crPhage technology might provide a new solution. Based in North Carolina’s Research Triangle, the startup recently announced promising phase 1b clinical trial results for their use of CRISPR-Cas3-enhanced bacteriophages as a treatment for urinary tract […]
techcrunch - 10 hours ago
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