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TellusLabs wants to help us better understand our planet

If you’ve spent time following companies like Orbital Insight and Descartes Labs, you might assume the geospatial analytics race has been won. But TellusLabs thinks, on the contrary, that the

DigitalGlobe’s new imaging satellite makes it to space

This morning, the United Launch Alliance sent an Atlas 5 401 rocket loaded with DigitalGlobe’s WorldView 4 satellite into space. The satellite will create a new pipeline for sending high quality s

SpaceNet satellite imagery repository launched by DigitalGlobe, CosmiQ Works and NVIDIA on AWS

A consortium of companies, including DigitalGlobe, CosmiQ Works and NVIDIA, today launched SpaceNet, an open-data initiative aimed at improving image analysis tools. The data are being hosted by Ama

DigitalGlobe unveils next-generation imaging satellite

It’s really frustrating when that super-fly Snapchat you took at 55 mph of the unreleased Tesla Model 3 you caught in the wild turns out blurry. DigitalGlobe will be able to snap that picture

DigitalGlobe Partners With Mapbox To Launch Its Maps API

DigitalGlobe, the publicly traded, high-res imagery service that owns its own fleet of satellites, has long been known as a purveyor of fine satellite imagery to governments and large companies like G

Okay, We'll Admit That Bing Is Creepy Like Google Too

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/12-132x200.jpg" width="132" height="200" />Quite often, we'll write something positive about a company and will get an email from someone abou

Google Hops On A New Satellite To Watch Us From Space

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/FORMULALaserSatellite-215x161.jpg" width="215" height="161" />Last year, there was a lot of <a href="http://www.techmeme.com/081008/p129#a0810

The Venture-Backed IPO Pokes Its Head Out Of The Water In 2nd Quarter, M&A Still Meh

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/q2-ipos-215x86.png" width="215" height="86" /> After four quarters in which venture-backed IPOs have been dead in the water, a handful finall