• Crunch Report | 5:37

    Tesla Model 3 Pre-Orders Start in March! | Crunch Report

    Hulu launches ad free service option for $11.99 per month, Google Maps API launches a new pay-as-you-go model to make it easier to license, Amazon expands Dash Button program, Snap drones by Vantage Robotics take 4k video and allow camera moves through its app.

    Tesla Model 3 Pre-Orders Start in March! | Crunch Report
  • Clips Offers Easy Video Editing On Your iPhone

    I could try to tell you about Clips. I could explain how it was created by startup Fly Labs, or I could describe how it makes it easy to combine clips on your iPhone into a single video, then add music, voiceover and effects. But you know what sounds more fun? Going to the park with CEO Tim Novikoff, helping him to shoot some footage and watching him edit it all together with Clips. Read More

  • Three Tips For Worker Classification For The Next On-Demand Startup Crunch Network

    Three Tips For Worker Classification For The Next On-Demand Startup

    While Uber and TaskRabbit have become household names, and the on-demand economy continues to boom, the problem of worker classification continues to bedevil companies in the on-demand marketplace. For new startups looking to enter this exciting landscape, there are many lessons that can be learned from the demise of companies like Homejoy, as well as from companies like Instacart and Luxe… Read More

  • Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3 Sedan To Start Production In 2 Years, Preorders Next March

    Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3 Sedan To Start Production In 2 Years, Preorders Next March

    It’s happening! You, yes you (and me!), might be able to afford a Tesla sometime soon. On Twitter today, Musk shared that the Holy Grail of Teslas, the lower cost Model 3 sedan, will officially be unveiled next March (along with taking preorders). Read More

  • Google Maps Adds Curated Restaurant Recommendations In NYC, San Francisco And London

    Google Maps Adds Curated Restaurant Recommendations In NYC, San Francisco And London

    Google Maps on Android is getting an upgrade today that will make the app, often used for getting directions or accessing business information, a better guide to local restaurants, too – at least in select cities. With an expanded feature set that focuses on offering recommendations, along with ways to filter listings by time of day, vibe (like “family-friendly” or… Read More

  • Lyft Line’s Express Re-Route Feature Aims To Get You Where You’re Going Faster

    Lyft Line’s Express Re-Route Feature Aims To Get You Where You’re Going Faster

    Lyft has quietly added a new feature to Lyft Line, its service that lets passengers share rides with other people heading their same direction for a lower price, called Express Re-route. With this new feature, which officially rolled out exactly one week ago, Lyft Line may reassign you to a driver with a passenger whose route more closely aligns with yours. Read More

  • Verizon Is Changing Its Logo, Too

    Verizon Is Changing Its Logo, Too

    According to AdAge, our corporate overlord Verizon will be introducing a new logo this week. Proving that we have little or nothing to do with AOL or Verizon really, this was also news to us. Read More

  • The Weirdness Of The Huawei Watch

    The Weirdness Of The Huawei Watch

    As a watch obsessive you can’t help but look at the new Huawei Watch and chortle knowingly. Announced a few months ago at MWC, the product lay dormant until now and our poor brothers at Engadget, forced to go to IFA, have some shots. They are very weird. Read More

  • Snapchat Hires A New Growth Lead

    Snapchat Hires A New Growth Lead

    Snapchat has hired a new growth lead from Facebook as it continues its trek to becoming one of the most valuable social networking companies in the world. Anthony Pompliano, a product manager that led growth and engagement for Facebook pages, has joined the company to lead Snapchat’s growth team, he said in a tweet earlier today. Snapchat confirmed the hire, saying Pompliano will be… Read More

  • Bullish | 6:26

    Bitcoin: Coming To A Block Near You | Bullish

    Sonny Singh of Bitpay helped us dig into the current commercial side of bitcoin: Is the pace of adoption accelerating, is bitcoin’s community itself becoming stronger, and, of course, where do both Bitpay and Sonny land in the Great Block Size Debate. Developers, activists, and fans alike are currently wrangling with how to make decisions concerning the future of bitcoin’s core zeroes and ones, while also allowing for its decentralized nature to remain its soul.

    Bitcoin: Coming To A Block Near You | Bullish
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