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Sling TV launches free ad-supported streaming TV service ‘Sling Freestream’

Today, Sling TV announced the launch of its free ad-supported streaming TV service, Sling Freestream, which offers access to over 210 channels and more than 41,000 on-demand movies and TV shows across

4 video content tips for your startup’s growth marketing

If you’re entering 2023 without a video content plan for your startup, you will be missing out on a significant resource for creating brand awareness and reaching more consumers.

Atlassian’s Jira Product Discovery is now generally available

Atlassian today announced the general availability of Jira Product Discovery, its tool for helping engineering and business teams prioritize and collaborate on new product ideas. The company made the

Twitter puts its developer community website behind a login after announcing new API pricing

Twitter announced its new API pricing earlier today saying that its basic tier with “low usage” will cost $100 a month. When developers trying to seek clarity around new rules went to the

Atlantic Money launches its cheap foreign exchange service across Europe

Fintech startup Atlantic Money is rolling out its international money transfer service to more markets and more platforms. The company originally started in the U.K. with GBP as the base currency and

Egyptian health tech Yodawy raises $16M, backed by Delivery Hero Ventures

Without proper government-led public health initiatives, healthcare expenditures, including insurance and pharmaceutical drugs, can burden individuals and households. In recent years, private institut

Sendmarc nabs $7M to offer email protection from phishing attacks and email impersonation

Over 90% of cybercrime activities that lead to financial fraud or identity theft start with an email impersonation, commonly known as phishing and spoofing. Several platforms offer individuals and bus

Twitter says the basic tier of its API will cost $100 per month

A week after Twitter made the announcement about shutting down free access to the API, the company said today that it will charge $100 per month for the basic tier of API. This will get developers acc

Sequoia India’s Surge backs engineering analytics startup Hatica in $3.7M funding

Uber alums’ engineering analytics startup Hatica has raised $3.7 million in a funding round led by Sequoia India and Southeast Asia’s Surge, they said Thursday. The San Francisco-headquart

Twitter Blue introduces 4,000 character tweets, says half ads coming soon

Twitter announced the ability to post longer tweets for paid users Wednesday. So instead of being limited to 280 characters, Blue subscribers can post tweets that are up to 4,000 characters long. The

Nintendo releases trailers for new Zelda and Pikmin games

Nintendo hosted a 45-minute Nintendo Direct livestream on Wednesday, revealing upcoming games and updates for the Nintendo Switch. As many players expected, Nintendo shared a trailer for the highly an

Daily Crunch: Google announces global rollout for AI-driven ‘multisearch’ on mobile devices

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

AI is eating itself: Bing’s AI quotes COVID disinfo sourced from ChatGPT

One of the more interesting, but seemingly academic, concerns of the new era of AI sucking up everything on the web was that AIs will eventually start to absorb other AI-generated content and regurgit

Hands-on with Bing’s new ChatGPT-like features

Yesterday, Microsoft launched the new Bing on the web and in its Edge browser, powered by a combination of a next-gen OpenAI GPT model and Microsoft’s own Prometheus model. With this, Microsoft

Twitter is telling users that they’re over the daily tweet limit

Twitter users have seen their fair share of erratic policy changes and weird bugs lately, but today they can’t even tweet through it. Many users reported that they were suddenly unable to tweet

Affirm’s stock plunges as it misses earnings, cuts 500 jobs and shutters crypto unit

Citing economic turbulence, buy now, pay later giant Affirm announced today that it is reducing its staff by 19%, or about 500 employees, and shutting down its crypto unit. That leaves the company wit

Fable Foods lands Series A for its mushroom-based meat alternatives

The promise of alternative meat products has been under scrutiny lately, with articles in Bloomberg and the Washington Post questioning if it’ll ever be truly embraced by consumers. Other news like

Disney+ reports its first subscriber loss of 2.4M subscribers, plans to lay off 7K employees

Disney’s first quarter with CEO Bob Iger back in command isn’t looking so good. Disney announced its Q1 2023 earnings today, reporting a total of 161.8 million Disney+ global subscribers,

SpaceX will attempt a full static fire test of Starship’s Super Heavy booster tomorrow

Why more startups are getting compliant

Becoming and staying compliant can be a pain for startups, but several well-funded companies are hoping to help make it both easier and more meaningful.
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