Apple’s new headset fails to excite investors, but sends shares of Unity soaring
Investors in Apple shares bid the company's stock to all-time highs ahead of WWDC. Shares of the company held up for a period before losing steam.
SEC claims BNB and BUSD are securities, including major tokens like SOL, ADA and MATIC
This highlights the fact that the SEC has, once again, taken the stance that most cryptocurrencies (aside from Bitcoin) are securities.
SEC’s lawsuit against Binance and CEO Zhao was a matter of ‘when, not if,’ industry players say
A number of industry players shared similar sentiments that the SEC charges against Binance were unsurprising.
FedNow instant payments are about to unlock fintech investment opportunities
The Fed’s initiative has opened up a window for innovation, the effects of which could be realized as early as next year.
How far have Twitter’s advertising revenues fallen?
It really does seem like Twitter is in a tight spot when it comes to its ability to generate profit.
Is AI ever too much AI?
Exploring how one VC is feeling about a big chunk of her portfolio pivot into AI, and some updates on internal developer portals.
Deal Dive: Doing venture math on the non-alcoholic spirits industry
Hangovers suck. Especially so for those who felt pressured to drink the alcohol that inevitably caused the hangover to begin with. Drinking is slowly starting to fall out of fad, especially among youn
Competition concerns in the age of AI
Consulting with competition, consumer protection and technology attorneys can empower companies to thrive in the age of AI.
Private lenders won’t fill the venture debt gap left by SVB
The collapse of SVB does bring new opportunities for venture debt lenders, but they aren't interested in SVB's early-stage strategy.
The web3 winter isn’t going to thaw anytime soon
From an initial read of data from the past month, we can infer that the current crypto winter is far from thawing.
Many startups are built off research, so why don’t more scientists become founders?
While their work is the backbone of many startups, many scientists don't become founders. Perhaps its time they should.
Startups may have room to innovate as enterprise providers puzzle out how to price AI tools
Nearly every tech company seems to be working on AI tooling, and everyone is at least talking about using it. But how the heck are companies going to charge for it?
Neobanks should take heart from Monzo’s performance in 2022
Monzo's results are one more ray of warm sunshine for this particular subsector of the beleaguered fintech market.
What’s new in the world of generative AI?
Building off TechCrunch's regular drumbeat of AI coverage, we're going deeper into the weeds concerning how startups can take advantage of AI.
Have enterprise buyers finally soured on ‘bottoms-up’ tech sales?
Today’s PLG needs to inform both the product and sales teams so they can work smoothly together and clinch the next deal.
Welcome to the trillion-dollar club, Nvidia
Given that the stock market has battered tech stocks in recent quarters, how is Nvidia breaking away from the pack? What can we learn from its rise?
Klarna’s Q1 results show that the fintech unicorn’s turnaround is in full swing
Klarna managed to nab market share in a contracting market, keeping its own growth story afloat despite stiff headwinds.
Three climate technologies every investor should have in their portfolio
There’s no way to create a definitive list of climate technologies to invest in, but here are three areas that deserve a closer look.
Solana’s co-founder sees potential for its blockchain to be the ‘Apple of crypto’
Solana co-founder Raj Gokal says the blockchain is focused on attracting new businesses, new projects and independent developers.
TechCrunch+’s holiday reading list
It's Memorial Day here in the United States, which means that the flow of tech news is slower than normal.