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Dashworks is a search engine for your company’s sprawling internal knowledge

As a company grows, the amount of important information employees need to keep track of inevitably grows right along with it. And, as your tech stack gets more complicated, that information ends up sp

Daily Crunch: Google will offer G Suite legacy edition users a ‘no-cost option’

Hello friends and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.

3 experiments for early-stage founders seeking product-market fit

We interviewed three founders from our portfolio, all of whom ran discovery experiments to find their product-market fit at different stages of their company’s development.

Smartphone shipments grew last year, for the first time since 2017

Global smartphone shipments had already begun to shrink ahead of 2020, though two years of a pandemic and the resulting supply chain and chip constraints certainly didn’t help the overall figure

TechCrunch+ roundup: 2021 edtech report, UBS-Wealthfront deal, falling startup revenue

I could spend hours discussing early-stage startup operations and community-based marketing, but deal flow is my blind spot.

To cool down China’s overheated robotics industry, go back to the basics

The price-to-earnings ratio is no longer applicable for many listed companies, and the market-to-sales ratio has also gone out the window.

Tesla is selling a microphone for in-car karaoke, but only in China

Tesla is now selling a microphone for in-car karaoke. The TeslaMic is only available in China for the time being, and was introduced amid the rollout of a Chinese New Year software update.

Whistleblowers can protect crypto and DeFi

By taking the concerns of whistleblowers seriously, crypto companies can head off the inevitable barrage of enforcement actions they are soon to face and save themselves time, money and heartache.

Thinking about starting a business? Make TechCrunch Early Stage your first step

The idea of starting your own business can be overwhelming — often to the point of paralysis. Here’s the thing: You’re not alone. Here’s the other thing: It doesn’t have to be that way. If t

Joby Aviation wants to conduct dramatic eVTOL flights over San Francisco Bay

Joby Aviation is seeking permission for a series of high-profile air taxi flights over San Francisco Bay, according to documents filed with the FCC and obtained by TechCrunch. The tests of the startup

Bullish or bearish? What to expect for Europe VC activity in 2022

What is ahead for Europe's red-hot startup market? To help us with that question, we corralled Nalin Patel, EMEA VC Analyst at PitchBook, and Christoph Janz, co-founder at Point Nine Capital.

Why Robinhood is getting hammered today

As of this morning, Robinhood stock was worth around $10.85 per share, 71.5% off its IPO price, and 87.2% off its all-time highs. What happened?

Membership, mentorship or just messy

Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines. We had the full crew aboard today, headed by our superlative p

Rise is a new calendar app with a scheduling engine for teams

Meet Rise, a new startup working on a calendar app that is specifically designed for team work. Rise helps you see what you have planned, check what your team is doing right now and, more importantly,

CausaLens gets $45M for no-code technology that introduces cause and effect into AI decision making

One of the most popular applications of artificial intelligence to date has been to use it to predict things, using algorithms trained with historical data to determine a future outcome. But popularit

Asset financiers to the rescue as Bolt plans to sign-up 200,000 new drivers in Africa to meet growing demand for ride-hailing services

Bolt, the Estonian mobility tech company that recently closed a huge round, is planning to onboard an additional 200,000 drivers in Africa this year, as it kicks-off expansion to more cities within it

Event marketing is a ‘team sport,’ and Vendelux is coaching companies to find the best ROI

Vendelux pulls data from publicly available sources, and is able to show which companies and speakers will be at a certain event.

Canvas gives non-technical teams data exploration knowledge without needing a degree in SQL

Canvas is developing a spreadsheet-like interface for non-technical teams to access the information they need without bothering data teams.

South Korean proptech startup Zigbang acquires Samsung SDS’ smart home IoT business

Zigbang, a South Korean proptech startup that provides real estate transactions service, announced on Thursday that it will acquire Samsung SDS’ home internet of things (IoT) unit to make a foray i

Google will let legacy G Suite users migrate to free Google accounts

Earlier this month, Google announced that it would kill free Google Workspace accounts that were using the G Suite legacy free edition. As spotted by Ars Technica and following customer backlash, Goog
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