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16.04.21 06:37 Oxbotica raises $13.8M from Ocado to build autonomous vehicle tech for the online grocer’s logistics network

Schlagwörter: Artificial Intelligence, eCommerce, Europe, Food, TC, Transportation, grocery, grocery delivery, Ocado, oxbotica, self-driving

Ocado, the UK online grocer that has been making strides reselling its technology to other grocery companies to help them build and run their own online ordering-and-delivery operations, is making an investment today into what it believes will be the next stage of development of that business: the company is taking a £10 million ($13.8 […]

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15.04.21 23:45 All the tech crammed into the 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS

Schlagwörter: Automotive, TC, Transportation, electric vehicles, Mercedes EQS, Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes-Benz, Regulations, Radio/Media, Goldilocks

Mercedes-Benz lifted the final veil Thursday on its flagship EQS sedan after weeks of teasers, announcements and even a pre-production drive that TechCrunch participated in. The company peeled off the camouflage of the EQS — the electric counterpart to the Mercedes S Class — and revealed an ultra-luxury and tech-centric sedan. The exterior is getting […]

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15.04.21 22:57 Sen. Wyden proposes limits on exportation of American’s personal data

Schlagwörter: Government, Policy, Privacy, TC, Congress, data privacy, data regulation, personal data, Ron Wyden, senate

Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) has proposed a draft bill that would limit the types of information that could be bought and sold by tech companies abroad, and the countries it could be legally sold in. The legislation is imaginative and not highly specific, but it indicates growing concern at the federal level over the international […]

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15.04.21 22:24 Twitter bans James O’Keefe of Project Veritas over fake account policy

Schlagwörter: Policy, Social, Politics, Twitter, Supporters, O’Keefe’s, Twitter’s, Thursday, Twitter

Twitter has banned right-wing provocateur James O’Keefe, creator of political gotcha video producer Project Veritas, for violating its “platform manipulation and spam policy,” suggesting he was operating multiple accounts in an unsanctioned way. O’Keefe has already announced that he will sue the company for defamation. The ban, or “permanent suspension” as Twitter calls it, occurred […]

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15.04.21 22:08 Daily Crunch: Google Earth gets an update

Schlagwörter: TC, Daily Crunch, Google, Google-Earth, Commercial-Free, Billion-dollar, Toronto-based, Kasparovchess, Coinbase’s

Google Earth gives users a new look at a changing planet, Facebook tests new business discovery features and Autodesk acquires Upchain. This is your Daily Crunch for April 15, 2021. The big story: Google Earth gets an update Google is describing this as Google Earth’s biggest update since 2017, though there’s really just one major […]

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15.04.21 20:55 Should Dell have pursued a more aggressive debt-reduction move with VMware?

Schlagwörter: Cloud, Enterprise, Finance, TC, Dell, EC Cloud and Enterprise Infrastructure, EC News Analysis, vmware, Michael, VMware

The spin-out generates a large slug of cash Dell can use for debt relief, but could it have squeezed more money out of the deal?

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15.04.21 20:29 E-commerce investor Upper90 raises $55M for equity investments

Schlagwörter: eCommerce, Funding, Fundings & Exits, Venture Capital, Upper90, Clearbanc, Upper90’s, Instagram, Chairman, Seamless

It might be strange to hear this from a firm that just raised a $55 million equity fund, but the team at Upper90 would like to remind you that equity isn’t the only funding that’s available. Upper90 is led by CEO Billy Libby (former head of quantitative education sales at Goldman Sachs) and Chairman Jason […]

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15.04.21 20:28 You can now pay for BART using an iPhone or Apple Watch

Schlagwörter: TC, Apple, Apple Pay, BART, Google Pay, iOS, Caltrain, Clipper, Apple, Watch

Good news, Bay Area! Apple Pay now works with Clipper cards. That means you can now use an iPhone or Apple Watch to pay for BART. Or Muni. Or Caltrain. Or the Ferry! Or (almost) any other transit-related thing you’d otherwise use the plastic Clipper card for. Clipper has a page outlining the Apple Pay […]

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15.04.21 20:12 MEPs call for European AI rules to ban biometric surveillance in public

Schlagwörter: Artificial Intelligence, Europe, Policy, Privacy, AI, AI regulation, artificial intelligence, biometrics, discrimination, european parliament, european union, facial recognition, fundamental rights, l

A cross-party group of 40 MEPs in the European parliament has called on the Commission to strengthen an incoming legislative proposal on artificial intelligence to include an outright ban on the use of facial recognition and other forms of biometric surveillance in public places. They have also urged EU lawmakers to outlaw automated recognition of […]

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15.04.21 20:02 How startups can ensure CCPA and GDPR compliance in 2021

Schlagwörter: Column, Privacy, Startups, California Consumer Privacy Act, data protection, digital rights, EC Column, EC Cybersecurity, EC How To, General Data Protection Regulation, personal data, privacy policy

Small startups might not think the world’s strictest data privacy laws apply to them, but it’s important to enact best data management practices before a legal situation arises.

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15.04.21 19:39 Rivian to initially launch in-house insurance program in 40 states

Schlagwörter: Automotive, Transportation, electric vehicles, Rivian, Electric, Thursday, Rivian’s, Keeping

Electric truck startup Rivian released Thursday details of its in-house Rivian Insurance program, which it says will be integrated into its digital ordering process. The insurance will initially be available in 40 states. Keeping in line with the company’s marketing as an “adventure vehicle” company, customers will also have the option to cover their home […]

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15.04.21 18:47 Join ECL on Wednesday to pitch your startup to Fifth Wall’s Brendan Wallace and Hippo’s Assaf Wand

Schlagwörter: ECL, Events, TC, extra crunch live announcement, Wednesday, Teardown, Brendan, Wallace, Hippo’s

Have you ever dreamed about the opportunity to find yourself in, say, an elevator with an investor who is open to hearing your pitch? Well, then the next episode of Extra Crunch Live is for you. If you’ve hung out with us on an ECL before, you know we start with a bit of top […]

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15.04.21 18:37 Facebook brings software subscriptions to the Oculus Quest

Schlagwörter: Virtual Reality, computing, Display technology, Facebook, Facebook Horizon, mixed reality, Oculus, Oculus Rift S, technology, Virtual reality, wearable devices

Subscription pricing is landing on Facebook’s Oculus Store, giving VR developers another way to monetize content on Facebook’s Oculus Quest headset. Developers will be allowed to add premium subscriptions to paid or free apps, with Facebook assumedly dragging in their standard percentage fee at the same time. Oculus and the developers on its platform have […]

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15.04.21 18:31 Billion-dollar B2B: cloud-first enterprise tech behemoths have massive potential

Schlagwörter: Column, Startups, TC, Venture Capital, B2B, battery ventures, cloud applications, EC Cloud and Enterprise Infrastructure, EC Column, EC Market Map, enterprise software

Billion-dollar B2B refers to the forces shaping a new class of cloud-first, enterprise-tech behemoths with the potential to reach $1 billion in ARR.

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15.04.21 18:24 Can the tech trade show return in 2021?

Schlagwörter: Events, TC, CES, coronavirus, COVID-19, IFA, mwc, trade shows, TechCrunch, Heithecker

The past year has been a devastating one for the conference industry. It’s certainly an issue we’ve grappled with here at TechCrunch, as we’ve worked to move our programming to a virtual setting. Clearly each individual case calls for an individual solution, dependent on geography, attendance and a variety of other factors. IFA has proven […]

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15.04.21 18:05 Do you fit the mold for the next generation of values-driven VCs?

Schlagwörter: Column, Private Equity, Startups, TC, entrepreneurship, ESG, ethics, finance, money, venture capital

The future of VC will be driven by venture capitalists with strong values who have built funds with the new needs of founders in mind.

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15.04.21 17:35 Consumer groups and child development experts petition Facebook to drop ‘Instagram for kids’ plan

Schlagwörter: Apps, Social, Commercial-Free, COPPA-compliant, Congressional, Instagram’s, Adolescent

A coalition of 35 consumer advocacy groups along with 64 experts in child development have co-signed a letter to Facebook asking the company to reconsider its plans to launch a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13, which Facebook has confirmed to be in development. In the letter, the groups and experts argue […]

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15.04.21 16:47 Coinbase’s direct listing alters the landscape for fintech and crypto startups

Schlagwörter: Cryptocurrency, Fundings & Exits, Startups, coinbase, EC Fintech, EC News Analysis, EC Newsletter, The Exchange, venture capital, Chainalysis

Is there less risk and more opportunities for VCs who are looking to back crypto and fintech startups?

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15.04.21 16:43 Japanese VC Samurai Incubate closes $18.6M fund for African startups

Schlagwörter: TC, Tokyo-based, Partnership, Corporation, Sakakibara, Throughout

Samurai Incubate, a Tokyo-based venture capital firm, announced today it has closed its “Samurai Africa 2nd General Partnership” fund, totalling 2.026 billion yen (~$18.6 million). According to the firm, the fund was oversubscribed as it targeted 2 billion (~$18.5 million) and a total of 54 investors joined as LPs. One notable LP is the Toyota […]

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15.04.21 16:41 Hadrian is building the factories of the future for rocket ships and advanced manufacturing

Schlagwörter: TC, aerospace, america, Blue Origin, Co-founder, Construct Capital, Elon Musk, entrepreneurship, factory, food, Founders Fund, Google, Josh Wolfe, Lockheed Martin, lux capital, manufacturing, mcdonald

If the eight person team behind the new startup Hadrian has their way, they’ll have transformed the manufacturing industry within the next decade. At least, that’s the goal for the new San Francisco-based startup, founded only last year, which has set its sights on building out a new model for advanced manufacturing to enable the […]

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15.04.21 16:30 Tamika Butler, Remix’s Tiffany Chu and Revel’s Frank Reig to discuss how to balance equitability and profitability at TC Sessions Mobility

Schlagwörter: Automotive, TC, Transportation, america, Autotech Ventures, brands, butler, california, ceo, cities, Clara Brenner, Companies, Construct Capital, energy, energy impact partners, Frank Reig, Joby Aviat

The race among mobility startups to become profitable by controlling market share has produced a string of bad results for cities and the people living in the them. City officials and agencies learned from those early deployments of ride-hailing and shared scooter services and have since pushed back with new rules and tighter control over […]

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15.04.21 16:00 Autonomous aviation startup Xwing hits $400M valuation after latest funding round

Schlagwörter: Aerospace, Transportation, Xwing, Administration, Fortunately, TechCrunch, AutoFlight, Including

Xwing has scored another win two months after it completed its first gate-to-gate autonomous demonstration flight of a commercial cargo aircraft. The company said Thursday it has raised $40 million at a post-money valuation of $400 million. The company is setting its sights on expansion – not only tripling its engineering team, but eventually running […]

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15.04.21 16:00 Tecton teams with founder of Feast open source machine learning feature store

Schlagwörter: Artificial Intelligence, Developer, Enterprise, TC, feature stores, linux foundation, machine learning, open source, Foundation, December

Tecton, the company that pioneered the notion of the machine learning feature store, has teamed up with the founder of the open source feature store project called Feast. Today the company announced the release of version 0.10 of the open source tool. The feature store is a concept that the Tecton founders came up with […]

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15.04.21 15:49 Greylock GP Mike Duboe to discuss how to scale your company at TechCrunch Early Stage in July

Schlagwörter: Events, Startups, TC, Greylock Partners, Mike Duboe, TC Early Stage 2021, Fundraising, TechCrunch, Postscript, Greylock

While the money flowing into Silicon Valley is reaching historic heights, the competition for getting customer attention and growing businesses is still a major challenge. At TechCrunch Early Stage: Marketing & Fundraising, we’re diving into the topic of growth and scaling and bringing in experts across the startup landscape to share what they’ve learned in […]

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15.04.21 15:32 Casa Blanca raises $2.6M to build the ‘Bumble for real estate’

Schlagwörter: Funding, Fundings & Exits, Real Estate, Recent Funding, Startups, TC, colorado, Companies, corporate finance, denver, model, New York, real estate, social software, startup, WeWork

Casa Blanca, which aims to develop a “Bumble-like app” for finding a home, has raised $2.6 million in seed funding. Co-founder and CEO Hannah Bomze got her real estate license at the age of 18 and worked at Compass and  Douglas Elliman Real Estate before launching Casa Blanca last year. She launched the app last […]

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15.04.21 15:10 Sales scheduling platform Chili Piper raises $33M Series B funding led by Tiger Global

Schlagwörter: Europe, TC, artificial intelligence, Base10 Partners, Co-founder, food and drink, forrester, Gradient Ventures, Intuit, lead generation, managing partner, Marketing, sales, Spotify, tiger global, Twil

Chili Piper, which has a sophisticated SaaS appointment scheduling platform for sales teams, has raised a $33 million B round led by Tiger Global. Existing investors Base10 Partners and Gradient Ventures (Google’s AI-focused VC) also participated. This brings the company’s total financing to $54 million. The company will use the capital raised to accelerate product […]

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15.04.21 15:00 Saltbox raises $10.6M to help booming e-commerce stores store their goods

Schlagwörter: Logistics, Real Estate, Recent Funding, Startups, TC, Atlanta, business, Dallas, denver, e-commerce, logistics, Los Angeles, Marketing, model, online shopping, Palantir, palo alto, PAUL, playground gl

E-commerce is booming, but among the biggest challenges for entrepreneurs of online businesses are finding a place to store the items they are selling and dealing with the logistics of operating. Tyler Scriven, Maxwell Bonnie and Paul D’Arrigo co-founded Saltbox in an effort to solve that problem. The trio came up with a unique “co-warehousing” […]

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15.04.21 15:00 For startups choosing a platform, a decision looms: Build or buy?

Schlagwörter: Column, Developer, Startups, customer relationship management, EC Column, EC How To, platforms, Salesforce’s, Dependence, Salesforce

Platforms exist to help startups get to users and customers faster and should be used as means to an end, but everyone must get their piece.

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15.04.21 15:00 Substack announces a $1M initiative to fund local journalists

Schlagwörter: Media, Startups, Substack, Zealand-based, Applications, Substack’s, Regardless, Substack

While the seemingly unending debate around Substack has focused on well-known writers with a national profile, the newsletter platform just announced that it will be supporting local (presumably non-famous) journalists through a new program. The startup described Substack Local as a $1 million initiative that will fund independent writers creating local news publications. Similar to […]

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15.04.21 14:41 Facebook to test new business discovery features in U.S. News Feed

Schlagwörter: Advertising Tech, Mobile, Social, Facebook, news feed, social media, social network, social software, Software, targeted advertising, United States

Facebook announced this morning it will begin testing a new experience for discovering businesses in its News Feed in the U.S. When live, users to tap on topics they’re interested in underneath posts and ads in their News Feed in order to explore related content from businesses. The change comes at a time when Facebook […]

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15.04.21 14:32 Social audio startup Stationhead looks beyond music as it hits 100K monthly active users

Schlagwörter: Apps, Media, Mobile, Music, Stationhead, Bardigangradio, Stationhead, Clubhouse, Levison, Spotify

When I’ve written about Stationhead in the past, I’ve focused on how the startup aims to recapture bring personality and interactivity of a live radio broadcast to streaming music. But CEO Ryan Star said his ambitions are broader now: “We’re going to be the largest social audio platform in the world.” The startup says it’s growing […]

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15.04.21 14:19 Feels is a new dating app with profiles that look more personal

Schlagwörter: Apps, Europe, Mobile, Startups, dating, dating app, feels, France, France Newsletter, Benalouane

Meet Feels, a new French startup that wants to change how dating apps work. According to the company, scrolling through photos and reading descriptions tend to be a boring experience. Feels want to improve profiles so that navigating the app feels more like watching TikTok videos or browsing stories. “For the past 10 years, there’s […]

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15.04.21 14:14 UserZoom raises $100M, acquires EnjoyHQ, to grow its platform to improve UX and other interactive design elements

Schlagwörter: TC, Conversely, Salesforce, Management, California, Microsoft

Graphic designer Paul Rand once famously said that the public was more familiar with bad design than good design. While he was referring to most of the design in the world being “bad”, these days that phrase might take on a second meaning: people typically only notice and talk about (and usually complain about) design […]

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15.04.21 14:08 Goldman Sachs leads $23M in funding for Brazilian e-commerce startup Olist

Schlagwörter: TC, Accel, Banks, brazil, ceo, CFO, Companies, e-commerce, finance, FJ Labs, Goldman Sachs, Kevin Efrusy, latin america, Olist, online shopping, Opera, redpoint ventures, sao paulo, series D, Softbank

Olist, a Brazilian e-commerce marketplace integrator, has raised $23 million in a Series D round extension led by new investor Goldman Sachs Asset Management that brings its total Series D financing to $80 million. Existing backer Redpoint Ventures, which first put money in Olist in 2015, also participated in the latest round. With this latest […]

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15.04.21 14:00 C2i, a genomics SaaS product to detect traces of cancer, raises $100M Series B

Schlagwörter: Artificial Intelligence, Biotech, Cloud, Funding, Health, Recent Funding, SaaS, Startups, TC, blood test, C2i Genomics, cancer, cancer screening, cancer treatment, Casdin Capital, cornell, drug develo

If you or a loved one has ever undergone a tumor removal as part of cancer treatment, you’re likely familiar with the period of uncertainty and fear that follows. Will the cancer return, and if so, will the doctors catch it at an early enough stage? C2i Genomics has developed software that’s 100x more sensitive […]

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15.04.21 14:00 Pizza, picking and swimming snakes

Schlagwörter: Hardware, Robotics, appharvest, cmu, nuro, robotics, Robotics roundup, Root AI, Seattle-based, Boston-based

Some weeks are slim pickings when it comes to pulling together interesting robotics stories. This is, decidedly, not one of those weeks. In fact, it’s been a bit tough keeping up with the deluge of robotics activity over the past seven days. I’m going to take that very small sample size as purely anecdotal evidence […]

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15.04.21 14:00 Garry Kasparov launches a community-first chess platform

Schlagwörter: Education, Gaming, Startups, TC, chess, early stage, edtech, entertainment, garry kasparov, MasterClass

Four years ago, MasterClass, a platform that sells celebrity-taught classes, invited chess legend Garry Kasparov to teach a class. He said yes, but soon realized that creating a message that could satisfy a majority of players was a “struggle throughout the process.” While the class did pretty well, Kasparov found it “a little bit annoying” […]

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15.04.21 13:49 Polestar raises $500M from outside investors as EV market grows

Schlagwörter: Automotive, TC, Transportation, electric vehicles, Polestar, Partnership, Investment, Polestar’s, Chongqing, Chengxing

Polestar, Volvo Car Group’s standalone electric performance brand, has raised $550 million in its first external round led by Chongqing Chengxing Equity Investment Fund Partnership, Zibo Financial Holding and Zibo Hightech Industrial Investment. SK Inc., the South Korean global conglomerate, and a range of other investors also participated. While this is Polestar’s first external round, the […]

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15.04.21 13:44 The Chainsmokers, Alexis Ohanian, Amy Schumer, Kevin Hart, Mark Cuban, Marshmello, and Snoop Dogg back Pearpop

Schlagwörter: TC, Alexis Ohanian, amy schumer, Android, Anna Shumate, ashton kutcher, Atelier Ventures, author, Bessemer Venture Partners, bytedance, Cole Mason, founder, Gary Vaynerchuk, Instagram, Kevin Durant, K

Pearpop, the marketplace for social collaborations between the teeming hordes of musicians, craftspeople, chefs, clowns, diarists, dancers, artists, actors, acrobats, aspiring celebrities and actual celebrities, has raised $16 million in funding that includes what seems like half of Hollywood, along with Alexis Ohanian’s Seven Seven Six venture firm and Bessemer Venture Partners. The funding was […]

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15.04.21 13:37 Hear from Detroit VCs on how to raise cash in the Motor City today at TechCrunch’s free Detroit meetup

Schlagwörter: TC, detroit, TechCrunch’s, Technologies, Spotlights, TechCrunch, Pittsburgh

We hope you can make our virtual meetup in Detroit today. The event is free, features a pitch-off with Detroit startups, a talk regarding StockX, and a panel with Detroit VCs on best practices when fundraising. This event is the second in TechCrunch’s new series, City Spotlights where TechCrunch focuses on an area to highlight […]

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15.04.21 13:30 Detroit’s native son, billionaire Dan Gilbert, makes the case for his town

Schlagwörter: TC, City Spotlight, dan gilbert, detroit, Detroit City Spotlight, stockx, Detroit-based, Indianapolis, Collectively, Clevelander

Dan Gilbert loves his hometown of Detroit. He loves it so much that the billionaire founder of what would eventually become the mortgage lender Quicken Loans has poured at least $2.5 billion into rehabilitating buildings in the heart of the city. He has also invested in many companies that are now tenants in those buildings, […]

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15.04.21 13:30 Building tech for worker safety, Guardhat Technologies is a company that could only come from Detroit

Schlagwörter: TC, chief executive officer, dan gilbert, detroit, Detroit Venture Partners, General Catalyst, michigan, mining, oil and gas, RTP Ventures, wearable technology

Saikat Dey, the founder of Detroit’s own Guardhat Technologies, got his start working in the steel industry. His last job, before founding Guardhat, was serving as the chief executive officer of Severstal International, the multinational steel conglomerate whose headquarters were in Dearborn, Mich. There, managing the global business of the fourth largest steelmaker by volume […]

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15.04.21 13:12 NFT Inc. reimagines urban and rural living with flying car ASKA

Schlagwörter: Automotive, TC, Transportation, flying cars, urban air mobility, TechCrunch, SUV-sized, Kaplinsky, Thursday, Japanese

A number of startups have promised to bring a drive-and-fly vehicle to market over the past few years, but none have yet managed to follow through. NFT Inc. is betting it will succeed where its rivals have failed, with preorders opening Thursday for ASKA, company’s first electric flying car. The SUV-sized ASKA ( which means […]

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15.04.21 13:04 BigEye (formerly Toro) scores $17M Series A to automate data quality monitoring

Schlagwörter: Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise, Funding, Recent Funding, Startups, TC, BigEye, machine learning, sequoia capital, toro

As companies create machine learning models, the operations team needs to ensure the data used for the model is of sufficient quality, a process that can be time consuming. BigEye (formerly Toro), an early stage startup is helping by automating data quality. Today the company announced a $17 million Series A led Sequoia Capital with […]

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15.04.21 13:00 Walmart helps push Cruise’s latest investment round to $2.75B

Schlagwörter: Automotive, TC, Transportation, autonomous vehicles, cruise, Microsoft, Walmart, Bentonville, Autonomous, Scottsdale

Cruise, the autonomous vehicle company aiming to deploy robotaxis in San Francisco and Dubai, has added Walmart as an investor in an extended fundraising round that has grown to $2.75 billion. The company said it has a post-money valuation of more than $30 billion. Walmart and several unnamed institutional investors added capital to a $2 […]

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15.04.21 13:00 Autodesk acquires Upchain

Schlagwörter: TC, aerospace, Andrew Anagnost, autodesk, business software, CAD, ceo, Portland, product lifecycle management, product management, Software, supply chain, toronto

Autodesk, the publicly-traded software company best known for its CAD and 3D modeling tools, today announced that it has acquired Upchain, a Toronto-based startup that offers a cloud-based product lifecycle management (PLM) service. The two companies, which didn’t disclose the acquisition price, expect the transaction to close by July 31, 2021. Since its launch in […]

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15.04.21 13:00 Persefoni’s carbon accounting platform raises $9.7 million

Schlagwörter: TC, Persefoni’s, Persefoni, Sarbanes, Kawamori, Founded

The carbon accounting and management platform Persefoni now has $9.7 million more in funding to support its international expansion, product development, and recruitment efforts. The round, led by Rice Investment Group with participation from NGP ETP, the electricity, renewable and sustainability-focused investment arm of the oil and gas and power focused investment fund NGP, comes […]

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15.04.21 13:00 DJI releases the Air 2S drone that’s packed with an impressive camera and incredible range

Schlagwörter: TC, DJI, MasterShots, FocusTrack, Phantom, OcuSync, There

DJI just updated one of its most popular drones, and I’m pleased to report the new features improve an already good product. The new $999 Air 2S packs an impressive image sensor, range, and object tracking/sensing technology that makes it an easy recommendation for anyone looking for a portable prosumer drone. I’ve been testing the […]

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15.04.21 13:00 Google says Google Earth is getting its biggest update since 2017

Schlagwörter: TC, Google, google search, Google-Earth, Google-Maps, Google, And

Google Earth now features a timelapse mode that brings together 24 million satellite photos from the last 37 years. And… that’s it. Google says it’s the biggest update to Google Earth — a product you’ve likely forgotten even existed — since its redesign in 2017. To be fair, Google Earth hasn’t gotten any major new […]

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15.04.21 12:21 Yak Tack is a super simple app to boost vocabulary

Schlagwörter: Apps, Education, Startups, bootstrapping, COVID-19, edtech, Gusto, language learning, Yak Tack, English-learners

Word nerds with a love for linguistic curiosities and novel nomenclature that’s more fulsome than their ability to make interesting new terms stick will be thrilled by Yak Tack: A neat little aide–mémoire (in Android and iOS app form) designed for expanding (English) vocabulary, either as a native speaker or language learner. Yak Tack uses […]

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