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Luma launches a home tech support use for $5 a month

Luma launches a home tech support use for $5 a month

The Luma was a constrained product when it was announced behind in late-2015 — we even went so distant as dogmatic a WiFi-extending home filigree system, “fun.” That descriptor doesn’t unequivocally request a startup’s new offering, and indeed, Luma Guardian feels a bit out of left margin for a networking hardware-maker.  The complement is a […]

Direct mail startup PebblePost raises $47M

Direct mail startup PebblePost raises $47M

PebblePost, a startup that uses online information to aim consumers with printed mail, has lifted $47 million in a multiple of equity and debt. That includes a $15 million, RRE Ventures-led Series B that a association announced in February. The equity apportionment of a appropriation has been stretched to $20 million, with another $27 million […]

Billionaires make it sleet on Plenty, a indoor tillage startup

Billionaires make it sleet on Plenty, a indoor tillage startup

SoftBank Vision Fund, a outrageous tech-investment car helmed by Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, has led a $200 million investment into indoor tillage startup Plenty. Joining Son on his outing out to behind a (indoor) plantation transformation are important tech billionaires Eric Schmidt and Jeff Bezos by their investment firms Innovation Endeavors and Bezos Expeditions. Previous investors, […]

The final 75 tickets are now accessible for a TechCrunch Summer Party during Aug Capital

The final 75 tickets are now accessible for a TechCrunch Summer Party during Aug Capital

The TechCrunch Summer Party is a thing of tradition and we wish we can make it out this year. As in years past we’ll accumulate on a atmospheric drift of Aug Capital in Menlo Park and suffer an dusk of cocktails and a suggestion of entrepreneurship. The rug around Aug Capital’s bureau is vast though […]

Run your startup a Toyota way

Run your startup a Toyota way

Toyota is famous for a production efficiency. We’ve substantially all listened that if a workman on a Camry line sees a problem, they have a management to stop a line and residence it. At a finish of a day, teams accommodate to plead what went wrong and what fixes indeed bound things. It’s called a […]

NerdWallet has laid off 9 percent of the workforce this year

NerdWallet has laid off 9 percent of the workforce this year

NerdWallet, a personal financial company, laid off 6 people from a selling group this week, TechCrunch schooled and has given reliable with NerdWallet. This latest turn of layoffs means NerdWallet has cut 9 percent of a workforce this year. Back in April, NerdWallet laid off some-more than 40 people, that represented 8 percent of their staff. […]

Google’s dauntless new friendless feed

Google’s dauntless new friendless feed

It’s like Facebook but all those irritating “friends.” Instead of carrying to demeanour during what uncanny things other people are meddlesome in, like their babies, Google shows me a uncanny things I’m meddlesome in, like Legend of Zelda and Elon Musk. This is a elemental change in calm expenditure from curation formed on a pithy […]

The questions roughly no startup founders ask

The questions roughly no startup founders ask

The following is a section from Ryan Holiday’s new book, The Perennial Seller, a fascinating demeanour during what it takes to assistance books, tech projects, and art that last. In this section he discusses a questions that no startup founders ask before they start work. For some-more credentials on a book we enthuse we to […]

Mira’s Prism is a $99 headset opposed to turn a Google Daydream of protracted reality

Mira’s Prism is a $99 headset opposed to turn a Google Daydream of protracted reality

The Mira Prism is a bizarre product, dictated to fill a opening that might or might not indeed exist: the mid-tier AR market. The code new startup is positioning a headset as a Gear VR or Google Daydream of protracted reality.  It’s a satisfactory comparison, as distant as cost and application are endangered — a $99 […]

N26 and Lydia announce Apple Pay support in France, though vital banks are still missing

N26 and Lydia announce Apple Pay support in France, though vital banks are still missing

Apple Pay hasn’t unequivocally been a vital success in France so far. France’s biggest banks still don’t devise to support Apple’s remuneration service. But dual companies announced now that they were going to supplement Apple Pay support before a finish of a year — Lydia and N26. Crédit Mutuel Arkea’s banks also recently announced that […]

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