articles – Page 22 – TechCrunch

articles – Page 22 – TechCrunch

In 2015, Andy Rink debuted Lully at a Y Combinator demo day. The product was meant to help children overcome night terrors. Lully had plans to launch into new markets, such as bed wetting, but clinica

How many government demands for user data has Zoom received? We won’t know until “later this year,” an updated Zoom blog post now says. The video conferencing giant previously said i

Back in 2013, Robin McGraw, wife of U.S. television personality Dr. Phil, launched an app to help domestic violence victims covertly signal for distress. It was quickly heralded as a potential lifesav

The new, Los Angeles-based online professional network for Black talent, Valence, has launched a new initiative called the Valence Funding Network to link Black entrepreneurs with top partners at firm

New Enterprise Associates has launched a new investment initiative with the Hollywood talent agency Creative Artists Agency. The new partnership, called Connect Ventures, said it will identify and acc

European lawmakers are eyeing binding transparency requirements for Internet platforms in a Digital Services Act (DSA) due to be drafted by the end of the year. But the question of how to create gover

Api.video, a “developer-first” video platform that makes it easier for websites and apps to add video features, has raised $5.5 million in a seed round led by London venture capital firm B

Plenty of investments are made during a recession, and it’s no secret that smart investors will put money into recession-proof markets.

For decades, the United States has had a monopoly on positioning, navigation and timing technology with its Global Positioning System (GPS), a constellation of satellites operated by the military that

Google is introducing new tools for newsrooms looking to understand their online audiences and how those audiences feed into their overall business. These efforts fall under the umbrella of the broade

A collective of more than 2,000 researchers, academics and experts in artificial intelligence are speaking out against soon-to-be-published research that claims to use neural networks to “predic

When Nicole Poindexter left the energy efficiency focused startup, Opower a few months after the company’s public offering, she wasn’t sure what would come next. At the time, in 2014, the

It all started with an email from a customer: “Do you know why Bain Capital Ventures is reaching out to me about Clockwise?”

Since many business operations are struggling to find cash and loans to just remain open, new clean technology may be delayed.

The majority of Fortune 500 and Silicon Valley startup marketing budgets aren’t optimized for long-term profitability.

This morning Upgrade, a credit-focused fintech startup, announced that it has raised a $40 million Series D round that the company says gives it a $1 billion valuation. The Upgrade round slots neatly

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FameBit, YouTube’s influencer marketing platform acquired by Google in 2016, is today undergoing a rebranding. The new platform will now be called YouTube BrandConnect, and will remain open to e

Here’s an overview of the most important trends we’re seeing that will allow you to adjust your growth marketing effectively.

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