TC

  • Bullish: A New Era

    After a short hiatus, Bullish has returned. The talk show is exactly how you remember it, except with a new host (that’s me, MRD!) and way better music. Sorry I’m not sorry, Alex! Anyway, this week we brought in Matthew Schwab, president of on-demand flower delivery BloomThat, to shed some light on the on-demand economy, expectations around liability and delivery logistics. Read More

  • The Mobile Health Paradox: Why Data Isn’t Nearly Enough Crunch Network

    The Mobile Health Paradox: Why Data Isn’t Nearly Enough

    Across most developed economies, healthcare costs are rising faster than inflation. A key cause of the rise in healthcare spending lies in the spiraling costs of treating preventable chronic diseases. These facts suggest that many of the key healthcare challenges of the twenty-first century lie in how we tackle chronic disease. This article will explore the role of mobile technologies in… Read More

  • Twitter’s Monthly User Count Actually Shrunk If You Exclude SMS

    Twitter’s Monthly User Count Actually Shrunk If You Exclude SMS

    It was bad enough that Twitter’s total user count is stuck at 320 million with zero growth this quarter. But if you don’t count “SMS Fast Followers”, or people that only use Twitter via text message and don’t see ads, its monthly user count went down from 307 million to 305 million monthly active users. Considering this earnings report was all about appeasing… Read More

  • Tesla Will Unveil Its $35,000 Model 3 On March 31st

    Tesla Will Unveil Its $35,000 Model 3 On March 31st

    We’re just about an hour away from Tesla’s quarterly earnings calls, but the news is already starting to trickle out. The biggest detail so far: you know the Model 3? Tesla’s more affordable car, meant to bring their entry-level line down to roughly $35,000? We’re finally going to see what it looks like, and hopefully a bit about just what it can do, on March 31st. News… Read More

  • Twitter’s User Growth Goes Nowhere As It Meets Revenue Expectations Of $710M

    Twitter’s User Growth Goes Nowhere As It Meets Revenue Expectations Of $710M

    Twitter today reported its fourth-quarter earnings — one of the most important quarters of the company’s history — and basically fell flat on its face. Twitter’s monthly active user growth, on a quarterly basis, was flat, compared to a slight jump that what analysts were expecting. Last quarter, the company had 320 million monthly active users, and this quarter was… Read More

  • You Should Be Using 1 Second Everyday

    As a writer at a site that covers a lot of startups, I hear the same line a few times a week: “We just wanted to make something that makes peoples lives better.” 1 Second Everyday actually has made my life better… and it’s done so without really having to do much of anything at all. Read More

  • You Have One Day Left To Apply To TC Pitch-Offs In Boston And Atlanta

    You Have One Day Left To Apply To TC Pitch-Offs In Boston And Atlanta

    You have exactly one day left to apply for the TC Pitch-offs in Boston and Atlanta, which will be held on February 23 and February 25 respectively. Why have you put it off until now? Who knows? Maybe you procrastinate. Maybe you’re plagued by overwhelming self-doubt and would rather not try at all then try and fail. Maybe you’re just lazy. Or maybe you hadn’t heard about… Read More

  • Google Forms Gets Templates, Add-On Support And More

    Google Forms Gets Templates, Add-On Support And More

    Google Forms, the company’s tool for creating and analyzing surveys, is getting a major update today. Google is adding a slew of new features to the service that range from support for templates to new options for analyzing surveys. Google’s last update to Forms brought a design update and added the ability to add logos, videos and GIFs to surveys. With today’s release, you… Read More

  • Disrupt NY 2016 Cruises To The Brooklyn Cruise Terminal

    Disrupt NY 2016 Cruises To The Brooklyn Cruise Terminal

    TechCrunch Disrupt is headed back to the Big Apple, and we’re thrilled to announce that Disrupt New York 2016 will take place at the incredible Brooklyn Cruise Terminal on May 9-11. Opened in April 2006, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is a fantastic terminal with all the creature comforts that come along with a modern cruise terminal facility. Read More

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