Greg Kumparak

Greg Kumparak

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Greg Kumparak is an editor at TechCrunch. Greg started at TechCrunch in May of 2008 as the editor of its sister site,MobileCrunch.Greg’s coverage primarily focuses on consumer companies,particularly those involving gadgets, robotics, or augmented reality. Disclosures: Greg holds shares in ETFs/mutual funds and owns a small amount of cryptocurrency (ETH, ADA)

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The best Black Friday 2022 tech deals

You blinked and it is, inexplicably, almost Black Friday again. Should you buy a bunch of stuff just because it’s discounted? Probably not! Can you use it as an opportunity to save some money on

Amazon layoffs begin, Ticketmaster can’t handle Taylor Swift, and much of Twitter HQ quits

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Backbone launches an Android version of its mobile gaming controller

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Meta lays off thousands, FTX collapses, and Twitter has a very weird week

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Elon guts Twitter, Google shutters Hangouts, and the tech layoffs continue

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Kanye agrees to buy Parler, Elon Musk reportedly plans mass layoffs at Twitter, and Netflix gets into cloud gaming

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Meta announces legs, Hulu raises prices, and Microsoft embraces DALL-E 2

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Elon Musk buying Twitter after all, the ‘next Mark Zuckerberg’ and fare thee well, Stadia

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Meta plans hiring freeze, NASA shoots an asteroid, and Elon’s texts about Twitter are made public

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Alchemist Accelerator announces new leadership alongside its latest class of companies

Alchemist Accelerator, the enterprise-focused startup incubator, is hosting a demo day today for its 31st batch of companies. For many of these companies, it’s the first time they’ve shown

GTA 6 footage leaks, Revolut gets hacked, and Wipro fires 300 for ‘moonlighting’

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Adobe buys Figma, Uber gets hacked, and Google shrinks Area 120

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The week an Apple event and YC Demo Day collided

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Twenty-six years later, Quake gets ported to … Apple Watch?

Ever looked at your Apple Watch and thought “Dang, I just wish I could play the classic 1996 first-person shooter Quake on this thing!” … No? OK. But now you can! Developer Tomas “

Here’s everything Apple announced at its ‘Far Out’ iPhone event

It’s Apple event day, which means new hardware galore. New iPhones! New Apple Watches! New AirPods! Didn’t have time to tune in live? Don’t sweat it — we’ve summed up the mos

Apple readies its next iPhone, Joe Rogan interviews Zuck, and Twitter purportedly pauses plans to compete with OnlyFans

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Hackers access DoorDash data, T-Mobile teams up with SpaceX, and eBay buys TCGplayer

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Apple patches nasty security bugs, HBO Max suddenly removes content, and a16z backs Neumann’s next thing

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Twilio gets hacked, teens ditch Facebook, and SpaceX takes South Korea to the moon

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Amazon buys Roomba’s maker, Bolt vanishes, and YC slims down

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