Tech

  • by Lauren Simonds
    We’re getting ready to launch our third TC Sessions: Space conference next week on December 6 in Los Angeles, and we still feel the thrill associated with space technology and the intrepid early-stage startup founders and researchers who dare to explore the possibilities beyond the boundaries of our home planet — and beyond what we […] Engage with Aerospace Corp, Antaris, Orbital Reef, & Space Systems Command at TC Sessions: Space by Lauren Simonds originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Manish Singh
    Sam Bankman-Fried, the former chief executive of FTX, indicated on Sunday that he is unlikely to testify in the upcoming U.S. House committee’s hearing on the collapse of his crypto exchange, saying he is still “learning and reviewing what happened.” In a tweet to the Financial Services Committee Chair Maxine Waters and the committee, Bankman-Fried, […] Sam Bankman-Fried says unlikely to testify in Dec 13 House Committee hearing by Manish Singh originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Mary Ann Azevedo
    Welcome to The Interchange! If you received this in your inbox, thank you for signing up and your vote of confidence. If you’re reading this as a post on our site, sign up here so you can receive it directly in the future. Every week, I’ll take a look at the hottest fintech news of […] When a startup’s founders are pretty much its board by Mary Ann Azevedo originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Rebecca Bellan
    Carson Brown, co-founder and head of product at Taur, discusses why Taur could be the brand ambassador the electric scooter market needs to flourish. Taur’s Carson Brown on why owned scooters > shared scooters by Rebecca Bellan originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Tim De Chant
    Climate tech investor Dan Goldman details what he thinks about today’s market and what he’s telling his portfolio companies about how to prepare for next year. Climate tech is not doomed, despite climate doom by Tim De Chant originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Greg Kumparak
    Aaaaand we’re back! With our Thanksgiving mini-hiatus behind us, it’s time for another edition of Week in Review — the newsletter where we quickly wrap up the most read TechCrunch stories from the past seven(ish) days. No matter how busy you are, it should give you a pretty good idea of what people were talking […] LastPass hacked, OpenAI opens access to ChatGPT, and Kanye gets suspended from Twitter (again) by Greg Kumparak originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Sarah Perez
    Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. Global app spending reached $65 billion in the first half of 2022, up only slightly from the $64.4 billion during the same period in 2021, as hypergrowth fueled by […] This Week in Apps: The year’s best apps, Twitter rival Hive’s security woes, App Store backlash grows by Sarah Perez originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Natasha Mascarenhas
    Welcome to Startups Weekly, a nuanced take on this week’s startup news and trends by Senior Reporter and Equity co-host Natasha Mascarenhas. To get this in your inbox, subscribe here. To end the year, let’s continue to return to columns that I wrote that have aged, well, interestingly. In July, I wrote about how Y […] Copycats can drown   by Natasha Mascarenhas originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Anna Heim
    EquityZen shared insights on secondary stock sales and a few IPO predictions that gave us food for thought. It’s foie gras season in unicorn land by Anna Heim originally published on TechCrunch
  • by Natasha Mascarenhas
    Vijay Chattha, a seasoned startup comms expert, appeared on the Equity podcast to talk with Natasha Mascarenhas about startup storytelling and vulnerability. Tech’s growth story shifted this year. How has that impacted transparency? by Natasha Mascarenhas originally published on TechCrunch