Events

  • Announcing TC Sessions: Robotics with UC Berkeley, May 11 at Zellerbach Hall

    Announcing TC Sessions: Robotics with UC Berkeley, May 11 at Zellerbach Hall

    Robotics is an incredibly demanding field because robots demand the best of everything technology has to offer. For that reason, there is no better subject for one of TechCrunch’s single-day, single-topic events, and we’re excited to announce that TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics is slated for May 11 at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall. Read More

  • Facebook opens registration for its annual F8 developer conference

    Facebook opens registration for its annual F8 developer conference

    Facebook has just opened up registration for its annual F8 developer conference. Facebook has had a turbulent year in the news, and the company has made some significant moves to restructure how its users are interacting with its products, so expect to hear a lot more details about the evolving future of the platform. Read More

  • Final round of tickets released for TechCrunch’s Winter Party

    Final round of tickets released for TechCrunch’s Winter Party

    We’re just about a week away from hosting our inaugural Winter Party at Galvanize. If you haven’t been able to grab a ticket yet, today is your lucky day. We’ve released our final round of tickets to TechCrunch’s first-ever Winter Party, so do yourself a solid and pick yours up so you can join in the fun on Friday, February 23. Read More

  • What to expect from Mobile World Congress 2018

    What to expect from Mobile World Congress 2018

    The world’s largest phone show is set for Barcelona later this month, and it’s shaping up to be an interesting one — particularly in the wake of what amounted to an extremely lackluster CES last month. We’re still a couple of weeks out from the actual event, but the rumors have already started flying. Read More

  • Microsoft Build will run from May 7 to 9 in Seattle, will overlap with Google I/O

    Microsoft Build will run from May 7 to 9 in Seattle, will overlap with Google I/O

    Scheduling tech conferences is hard, especially in May, when seemingly every company wants to hold a major event, including Google and Microsoft. Typically, Google I/O and Microsoft Build, the flagship developer conferences for both companies, happen within a week or two of each other in May. But not this year. Read More

  • This year’s Google I/O will happen May 8-10 in Mountain View

    This year’s Google I/O will happen May 8-10 in Mountain View

    Google loves a good puzzle. Each year the company tucks the first details about its annual Google I/O conference behind a puzzle or three, and this year is no different. This year’s setup has the user click their way through a series of rooms found on Google’s Mountain View campus, answering a series of riddles that builds up to the big reveal: the date and time of Google I/O 2018. Read More

  • Attention LA: Don’t miss this pitch day for female founders, happening in March

    Attention LA: Don’t miss this pitch day for female founders, happening in March

    On Tuesday, March 13, some of the most well-regarded venture capitalists on the West Coast will converge in LA to hear pitches from women-led startups. The day is part of a growing series of events that was originally spearheaded by investor Aileen Lee of Cowboy Ventures and moved forward by Jess Lee of Sequoia Capital, who along with their women friends in venture wanted to work more… Read More

  • CES sucked this year

    CES sucked this year

    I’ve heard tell of people predicting the weather through achy joints. CES isn’t all that different. You get a sixth sense about the show once you’ve been to a few. A few weeks before the show starts you get a slight throb in your bones, telling you whether this CES will be a memorable one. All signs ahead of this year’s show pointed to a lackluster offering. Read More

  • A new date for Startup Battlefield Dubai

    A new date for Startup Battlefield Dubai

    We’re thrilled to be heading to Dubai, but as it turns out, it will be a little later than expected. Because of scheduling changes, Startup Battlefield Dubai, originally slated for April 2018, will now take place in January 2019. This will give us even more time to make this an incredible event in a truly exciting region for tech and startups. Read More

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