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Google in talks to invest in Facebook-backed Indian social commerce Meesho

Google has held discussions to invest over $50 million in Indian social commerce startup Meesho, which recently secured $570 million in a financing round, according to a source familiar with the matte

Bolt Mobility launches in-app navigation for shared e-scooters

Bolt Mobility, a micromobility company co-founded by Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt, has launched an in-app navigation system for its e-scooters dubbed “MobilityOS.” To make this feature easy

Brex just signed a term sheet for $300M at a $12.3B valuation

Fast-growing fintech Brex has raised $300 million in funding that propels it to decacorn status, just six months after it was valued at $7.4 billion, according to people familiar with the deal. The so

Mesh++ raises $4.9M to make the world more connected than ever

If you’re standing at the water’s edge of the San Francisco Bay, chances are that you have half a dozen high-speed internet providers clamoring for your attention, eager to give you gigabi

Snap says iOS privacy changes hit its ad business harder than expected

In an earnings call Thursday, Snap said that it failed to meet revenue expectations for its third quarter. Snap reported $1.07 billion in Q3 revenue, missing Wall Street’s hopes that the company

Starting your journey to zero trust adoption

"Zero trust" is certainly a buzzword that gets freely thrown around in cybersecurity. But what does it actually mean?

Daily Crunch: ‘To stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech,’ Trump launches social network

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

Red Hat continues to grow, but IBM’s struggles continue

IBM has been in the midst of a strategy shift with a focus on hybrid cloud and AI since Arvind Krishna was promoted to CEO in last year. Red Hat, the software company it purchased for $34 billion in 2

Potential winners and losers line up as Plaid pushes deeper into payments

So now Plaid says it’s a payments company. It was only a matter of time, really.

Facebook agrees to pay French publishers for news reuse

Facebook has reached a multiyear agreement to pay French publishers for resharing their content on its platforms, it announced today. The social media giant said the licensing agreement with the Allia

ESG and shareholder activism: A tsunami is coming to Silicon Valley

With the increase in attention on ESG issues over the past few years, it’s easy for companies to assume that we’ve reached the crest of the ESG wave. However, we are only at the early stages.

Charting a course through the internet’s ever-changing landscape

Google Chrome's Manifest V3 update is just one example of how startups that are innovating online could have the rug pulled out from under them at any moment.

Network your way to opportunity at TC Sessions: SaaS 2021

TC Sessions: SaaS 2021 kicks off in just five days on October 27. Attendees from around the globe will be in the virtual room ready to connect with founders, investors, engineers and journalists. Are

Twitter rolls out the ability for anyone to host a Space

After steadily expanding access over the course of the year, Twitter announced today its audio chatroom feature known as Twitter Spaces is now open to anyone who wants to host a Space across iOS and A

Lessons from founders raising their first round in a bull market

In a bull market, it's especially hard to understand people and their value systems. The pandemic does not help us engage, understand culture nor help build a human connection.

Amazon rolls out in-store pickup for products ordered from local retailers

Amazon is rolling out “Local Selling,” a set of services that allow local and regional retailers to offer both in-store pickup and fast delivery to nearby customers. With this new option,

Surface Duo 2 review: Getting better

If challenging the status quo was easy, we’d see a lot more of it. In the world of smartphones, this means daring to think outside the rectangle, a form factor that has been the default for more tha

The climate policies tucked into Congress’ budget package are signals to investors

The climate measures in the budget reconciliation package now before the U.S. Congress could unlock an investment boom that would allow us to take action to protect our future.

Netflix employees stage a trans solidarity walkout, pose list of demands

Netflix employees staged a walkout yesterday in response to the company’s handling of a Dave Chappelle special that premiered on October 5. At the same time, Los Angeles-based trans activist Ash

Google launches a bug bounty program for Android Enterprise

Android 12 is now officially available for Google’s Pixel phones and will slowly roll out to others in the coming months. Chances are, you think of Android as a consumer product, but over the co
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