Apple’s highly anticipated iPad Pro model with 10-inch display will be launched on November 3rd. The device includes A13 Bionic chip, cameras, and authentication technology.
I’m so excited for my happy Tuesday Crunch! I’ve got loads of things planned and I can’t wait to get started.
Panzer’s post highlights the interesting aspects of TechGround Disrupt 2023 which include more stages, content, and opportunities. The Expo+ pass is valuable for those looking to attend the event as it provides access to many different booths and events.
Christine is an Indonesian LGBT activist who has long fought for the acceptance of her community. Along with Haje, she co-founded a
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- It was only a matter of time: Zoom doesn’t want you to stray far from its platform and has added new features, including email, assistant and calendar, so that it can go head-to-head with Slack, Calendly, Google and Microsoft, Ivan reports. That’s a lot of sparring. We hope Zoom is up to the task.
- RIP: Natasha L makes her case for why “Twitter is dying.” We won’t spoil it for you, but it involves a certain person taking it over. If you need any further evidence, only verified accounts will show up in the “For You” section starting April 15. Yes, the people who paid $8 for the blue check.
- More layoffs: Manish reports that GitHub laid off “virtually its entire engineering team in India as the Microsoft-owned firm cuts its expenses amid weakening global market conditions.”
Startups and VC
Much has been written about Brian Rosenworcel and his company Turntable, including how it has struggled to find traction with its product. After years of co-founder disagreements and music licensing challenges, the company finally raised $7 million in a Series A round back in March. The new investors are expected to help the startup finish work on its public launch slated for this fall.
Jurassic Park may be one of the greatest movie franchises of all time, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be improved upon. One company is proposing to bring back the woolly mammoth using Jurassic DNA, and growing the mammoth burger meat in a vat. This would give visitors a whole new sensory experience not possible with traditional-style burgers. What other extinct creatures could we see grace our burgers in the near future?
In Silicon Valley, a new startup can cost millions of dollars and take years to build. In some ways, the Bay Area’s expensive real estate and thriving tech scene is what makes startups so lucrative for investors. But for everyday people who want to start their own business, these costs can be prohibitive. One solution: Technology incubators. These facilities offer space and resources to fledgling businesses in exchange for a share of the profits–usually around 30%. Inc
Q1 VC results tread water, but that’s cold comfort for SaaS unicorns
With the recent release of their newest phone, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia has once again set themselves apart from the rest of the competition. The phone is available in several different colors and comes with
According to PitchBook, Q1 2023 saw a sharp uptick in the number of deals being made and the amount of capital being invested. This indicates that funding rounds are becoming increasingly competitive, which is likely a sign of better market conditions. While this marks an early indicator of how the market may perform over the next year or so, it’s important to keep in mind that only a small fraction of venture capitalists decide where their money goes and that there can be significant fluctuations from quarter to quarter.
As the data from Q1 2023 venture capital shows, there has been a measured decline in the number of startups receiving funding compared to the end of 2022. This suggests that as more investors become cautious about investing in new companies, it may be harder for startups to get funded.
In recent months, domestic venture activity has been on the rise, possibly signifying an upcoming boom in business growth. The last bits of first-quarter data should only bolster these positive signs, providing businesses with optimism for the remainder of 2017.
There are many flavors of programming languages out there, but what sets TG++ apart is its interactive nature. When you write code in TG++, you can run it
startups and founders can get ahead of the pack by signing up for TechGround+ which helps them learn from experienced entrepreneurs, develop their ideas, and build better businesses.
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Christine knows that music can help her concentrate and de-stress, so she’s a big fan of Apple Music Classical. The music options are endless and include pieces by Sergei Rachmaninoff, which she finds particularly relaxing.
Today’s news that Apple Pay Later has been released is great news for those who want to avoid interest or late fees on their Apple Pay purchases. By splitting the cost of an expensive purchase into four equal payments over six weeks, users can get ahead without having to worry about money troubles any time soon.
Sidewalk could be a valuable resource for IoT devices and developers. The network can be used to connect devices and allow for quick testing of products before they are released. However, many users may not have access to the network or may not be able to get a good signal from it.
In the 1920s, jazz was in its infancy and there was no internet to provide word of mouth marketing. In order for jazz to grow and become more popular,