Starlink arrives in Antarctica
SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service has finally arrived at McMurdo Station on the coast of Antarctica, meaning it is now available — at least potentially — on all seven continents.
TechCrunch+ roundup: Plaid’s staffing story, RevOps for B2B sales, demo day’s demise
There's no textbook-approved technique for building a startup engineering team: in the early days, everyone wears several hats.
Myriota raises $19.3 million to expand its IoT satellite constellation
Internet of things satellite connectivity startup Myriota has raises a $19.3 million Series B funding round, led by Hostplus and Main Sequence Ventures, with additional funding from Boeing, former Aus
Autonomous subs spend a year cruising under Antarctic ice
The freezing waters underneath Antarctic ice shelves and the underside of the ice itself are of great interest to scientists... but who wants to go down there? Leave it to the robots. They won't compl
There Was A ‘Glass’ Before Google Came Along, And It Was Used In Antarctica In 2001
Whether you think <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2013/04/17/a-day-with-glass-first-impressions-of-the-early-days-of-googles-latest-moonshot/">Google Glass</a> is something you'd wind up using one da
The final robot frontier: New robots to patrol Antarctica (in search of sunrise)
Little snowmobile-like robots will soon be patrolling the Antarctic surface, collecting all sorts of data in the pursuit of something called science. The robots, called SnoMote by their Georgia Tech c
MS Explorer Crashes and Freezes Up, Outlook Doesn't Look Good
Word is that Access is limited for rescuers – the ice gives them limited Windows of opportunity. Let’s hope everything Works out and the passengers are Zune brought to safety. Glad this di