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TechCrunch ist ein amerikanisches Online- Medium, welches über neue Start-Ups, Internetprodukte und Technologienews berichtet. Das als Blog im Jahr 2005 gestartete Projekt von Michael Arrington beschäftigt heute 40 Mitarbeiter und wurde 2010 von AOL aufgekauft.
 
21.10.19 - 01:21
In a big reversal, Libra reportedly could peg its cryptocurrencies to national currencies (TechCrunch)
 
Facebook is willing to reverse course on its plans to tie its digital currency project to a synthetic currency tied to a basket of global currencies. Reuters is reporting that Facebook’s head of the Libra project, David Marcus, told a group of ...
21.10.19 - 00:33
Should we rethink the politics of ′blocking′? (TechCrunch)
 
Jillian C. York Contributor Share on Twitter Jillian C. York is the director for international freedom of expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Years ago, I wrote a piece criticizing a cover story by a well-known writer and political comm...
20.10.19 - 23:08
Original Content podcast: ′El Camino′ provides a quiet coda to ′Breaking Bad′ (TechCrunch)
 
When a TV show gets turned into a movie, it often represents a big change of pace, with a standalone plot, a bigger budget, all made for a bigger (or at least more casual) audience. “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Story” ” which premiered a we...
20.10.19 - 20:39
The Los Angeles Fire Department wants more drones (TechCrunch)
 
As it looks to modernize its operations, the Los Angeles Fire Department is turning to a number of new technologies including expanding its fleet of drones for a slew of new deployments. One of the largest fire departments in the U.S. next to New Yor...
20.10.19 - 18:39
Max-Q: This week in space (TechCrunch)
 
Space is becoming a major area of startup and commercial investment, and so I’ve decided to start providing a weekly round-up of the biggest news in aerospace, space science and space-related technologies. Let me know if you appreciate this or ...
20.10.19 - 18:23
Week in Review: The web′s free speech conundrum (TechCrunch)
 
Hey everyone. Thank you for welcoming me into you inbox yet again. Last week, I talked about the eternal dumbness of the smart home and how Google had a big chance to lay out their vision this past week. Guess what? They did not, instead we got a new...
20.10.19 - 15:35
IPOs are the beginning, not the end (TechCrunch)
 
Earlier this month at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco, we sat down with Box’s Aaron Levie and PagerDuty’s Jennifer Tejada to discuss their respective companies’ paths to an IPO, the general IPO landscape and the pros and cons of go...
20.10.19 - 15:35
Facebook isn′t free speech, it′s algorithmic amplification optimized for outrage (TechCrunch)
 
This week Mark Zuckerberg gave a speech in which he extolled “giving everyone a voice” and fighting “to uphold a wide a definition of freedom of expression as possible.” That sounds great, of course! Freedom of expression is a...
20.10.19 - 15:35
China Roundup: Tencent′s NBA test, TikTok parent deepens education push (TechCrunch)
 
Welcome to TechCrunch’s China roundup, a digest of events that happened at major Chinese tech companies and what they mean to tech founders and executives around the world. The talk about U.S.-China relationships over the past two weeks has cen...
19.10.19 - 22:51
MediaLab acquires messaging app Kik, expanding its app portfolio (TechCrunch)
 
Popular messaging app Kik is, indeed, “here to stay” following an acquisition by the Los Angeles-based multimedia holding company, MediaLab. It echoes the same message from Kik’s chief executive Tim Livingston last week when he rebu...
19.10.19 - 20:50
This Week in Apps: League of Legends goes mobile, Tim Cook talks to China and more (TechCrunch)
 
Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the Extra Crunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support, and the money that flows through it all. The app industry in 2018 saw 194 billion downloads and more than $100 billion in purcha...
19.10.19 - 19:33
HuffPost is reportedly on the auction block (TechCrunch)
 
Late last night the Financial Times reported that HuffPost, arguably one of the crown jewels of Verizon Media Group’s remaining network of media properties (which includes TechCrunch), is up for sale. Verizon has been shedding media properties ...
19.10.19 - 19:15
The new iPhone is ugly (TechCrunch)
 
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a bit old-fashioned when it comes to phones. Everyone scoffs at my iPhone SE, but the truth is it’s the best phone Apple ever made ” a beautiful, well designed object in just about every way. But ...
19.10.19 - 17:09
Startups Weekly: The unicorn from down under, an Uber TV show and All Raise′s expansion (TechCrunch)
 
In this week's newsletter: Pendo raises $100M, 'cloud kitchens' is an oxymoron and 'Super Pumped' is hitting the small screen....
19.10.19 - 17:09
HTC releases a cheaper blockchain phone (TechCrunch)
 
Whatever you might say about HTC (and believe me, there's plenty to say), at least the company takes some fascinating chance. As newly minted CEO Yves Maitre admitted to me at Disrupt a couple of weeks back, the once mighty smartphone giant has lost...
19.10.19 - 17:09
Mercedes-Benz app glitch exposed car owners′ information to other people′s accounts (TechCrunch)
 
Mercedes-Benz car owners have said that the app they used to remotely locate, unlock and start their cars was displaying other people’s account and vehicle information. TechCrunch spoke to two customers who said the Mercedes-Benz’ connect...
19.10.19 - 02:29
Apple′s China stance makes for strange political alliances, as AOC and Ted Cruz slam the company (TechCrunch)
 
In a rare instance of bipartisanship overcoming the rancorous discord that’s been the hallmark of the U.S. Congress, senators and sepresentatives issued a scathing rebuke to Apple for its decision to take down an app at the request of the Chine...
19.10.19 - 01:28
AI is helping scholars restore ancient Greek texts on stone tablets (TechCrunch)
 
Machine learning and AI may be deployed on such grand tasks as finding exoplanets and creating photorealistic people, but the same techniques also have some surprising applications in academia: DeepMind has created an AI system that helps scholars un...
19.10.19 - 00:23
Adam Neumann planned for his children and grandchildren to control WeWork (TechCrunch)
 
WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann didn’t plan for his family’s control of WeWork to end at his death but he expected it be controlled by future generations of Neumanns, too. According to Business Insider, The outlet reports that in a  speech ...
18.10.19 - 23:15
VR/AR startup valuations reach $45 billion (on paper) (TechCrunch)
 
Despite early-stage virtual reality market and augmented reality market valuations softening in a transitional period, total global AR/VR startup valuations are now at $45 billion globally ” include non-pure play AR/VR startups discussed below, and t...
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