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Equity is TechCrunch’s venture capital podcast. In each episode, we bring you the numbers behind the headlines in Venture Captial. TechCrunch reporter Alex Wilhelm teams up with Danny Crichton and Natasha Mascarenhas to give a window into startup land.
 
StartUp Chaat aims to connect with all kind of startups to narrate their journey and the hardships they faced to reach where they are right now. This initiative is a medium to spread awareness about the rapid development and growth of entrepreneurs worldwide.
 
The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast is a show dedicated to hardware, hardware startups, and fun gear from major manufacturers. Each week we discuss the hot news and offer our unique views on the gadgets and gizmos that change our lives. It features the TechCrunch Gadgets team, including John Biggs, Matt Burns, Romain Dillet, Jordan Crook, Natasha Lomas and Greg Kumparak.
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, new products and more. If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com. Clammr is a social audio discovery app that users call Audio Instagram and Audio Twitter. It features 18-second audio highlights and previews in a person​alize ...
 
The Meet AI series was introduced by London AI start up Emotech last year with the ambition to explore a host of different topics and themes within the world of AI.Emotech was founded on the vision of bringing emotion into our interaction with AI, redefining the relationship between humans and technology, prioritising values such as understanding, empathy and intuition, meaning interest in not just machine learning, but also neuroscience, psychology, game development.Emotech have brought thi ...
 
Security Conversations is a cybersecurity podcast series curated by journalist and security strategist Ryan Naraine. These conversations with security practitioners cover a wide range of topics, including threat intelligence, zero trust, securing cloud deployments, penetration testing, bug bounties, advancements in offensive research and targeted threat activity. Connect with Ryan on Twitter (Open DMs). Disclosure: Ryan is a security strategist at Intel Corp. Ryan produces this podcast in hi ...
 
This is my attempt at bringing more fun and comedy into the dry business world. What is up? I'm Steve Young not that Steve Young hence the Steve P. Young. He played football, I played badminton. He's tall, I'm short. He's handsome, I'm okay looking (but handsome for an Asian). I love talking to people especially entrepreneurs. I love hearing stories of how they grew up and what made them become an entrepreneur. And I love playing games. I'm tired of listening to the same old business podcast ...
 
Mokriya is a design-focused mobile development studio based in Cupertino, CA. Our apps for Craigslist, Sidecar, Hipster, and many more have delighted millions of users. We've helped companies from startups to fully-scaled enterprises realize their mobile product visions, and our UX specialists, product designers, and top-tier developers can help you realize yours, too. We believe in agile development (of course), open communication and trust (we give you full access to the codebase from day ...
 
Bloggers Unite! BlogTalkRadio is joining forces with “Blog Action Day 2008: Poverty” to take the conversation to all four corners of the globe. On Wednesday, October 15, the network will host a 12-hour Talkathon for Poverty Relief. Airing from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. EDT, the program will be anchored live from Denver, Colorado, by BlogActionDay.org’s Easton Ellsworth, with BlogTalkRadio hosts – including Tom D’Antoni of D’Antoni and Levine, Reuben Torres of Let’s Get Real, Charles Mattocks of The ...
 
Balderton Capital are one of Europe's largest tech VCs, investing the best breakthrough technology companies in the continent. This podcast will share weekly insights for those at the forefront of the European technology scene: our partners, investment team, portfolio companies, and other selected experts and contributors. The 'cast will be a worthwhile listen for anyone who is looking to raise venture capital investment, building a technology company from the ground up, or is enthusiastic a ...
 
Every week Wayne Scott from brings together a team of technology journalists from www.ITProPortal.com to discuss, share analysis and argue about the biggest Tech News stories of the past week. From enterprise and business technology, to tech start ups, consumer gadgets, office IT and mobile you can get informed here. Plus join us live at some of the many technology shows around the world like CeBit, IFA, Infosec, The Gadget Show and much more !
 
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Whitebox, a startup that manages e-commerce logistics and fulfillment for a variety for brands, has raised $18 million in Series B funding. While discussing the new funding, CEO Marcus Startzel repeated a point he made after Whitebox raised its $5 million Series A last year — that the startup is differentiated by combining tools for […]…
 
"Build an audience first" might be the most common advice given to indie hackers. But how do you build an audience at the highest levels? In other words, how do you build an actual media company? To find out, I needed to talk to a pro. Alex Wilhelm (@alex) the Senior Editor at TechCrunch. He's also built two news organizations from the ground up — …
 
TechCrunch security writer Zack Whittaker stumbled into journalism while in college and has carved a successful career covering cybersecurity the last decade. He joins the podcast to talk about landing at ZDNet out of university and some lucky breaks along the way. Zack also talks about the trials of living and working with Tourette syndrome. Discl…
 
Last month, Facebook introduced support for paid online events — and since many of the businesses offering those events have struggled during the coronavirus pandemic, the company also said it would not collect fees for the next year. At the same time, it complained that Apple had “dismissed” its requests to waive the App Store’s […]…
 
Twitter’s experiment to get people to actually read the content they’re sharing is going so well the company plans to expand it to the platform at large “very soon.” In June, Twitter introduced a test feature on Android to promote “informed discussion” on the platform — something social media’s staccato conversational bursts are rarely conducive [……
 
Book clubs can be magical. Bring together a group of friends, tear apart a book and all of a sudden the words have a second, paperless, life. But what if the author could join in the banter? Imagine riffing with Roxane Gay, debating with Ta-Nehisi Coates and eavesdropping on Jhumpa Lahiri. The experience would resemble […]…
 
It happens to the best of us. Some newer, flashier model comes along and we’re no longer the latest and greatest new thing. The iPad’s had a plenty good run, of course. Ten years ago, the device redefined what a tablet is and has maintained a dominant spot atop the category, as countless competitors have […]…
 
Airship is announcing that it has acquired mobile commerce startup ReplyBuy. The startup (which was a finalist at TechCrunch’s 1st and Future startup competition in 2016) works with customers like entertainment venues and professional and college sports teams to send messages and sell tickets to fans via SMS. It raised $4 million in funding from [……
 
The pandemic has caused K-12 classrooms, chaotic at the best of times, to descend into Zoom call chaos. What’s more, thousands of teachers who must wrangle this new, weird system are doing so with just a single monitor, making it difficult to see their students and the lesson at the same time. Two Screens for […]…
 
Last week, we talked a bit about how investors are seeking new techniques to bring humanity back to their deal flow and sourcing mechanisms, beyond the boring Zoom call. The newest strategy I’ve seen is PrimeTime VC, a game show that pits venture capitalists against each other to debate on topics like TikTok to Y […]…
 
Five years ago, Traefik Labs founder and CEO Emile Vauge was working on a project deploying thousands of microservices and he was lacking a cloud native application proxy that could handle this kind of scale. So like any good developer, he created one himself and Traefik was born. If you go back five years, the […]…
 
Sleep is tough to come by even when there isn’t a pandemic raging. Even when it doesn’t feel like the world is coming apart at the seams every damn day. Bose’s original Sleepbuds pre-date the current desperate moment of “coronasomnia” (not my turn of phrase, mind) by a couple of years, but the timing of […]…
 
Mailchimp may have started out as an easy to use newsletter tool, but that was almost 20 years ago. Today’s company still does email, but at its core, it is now a marketing automation platform for small businesses that also offers a website builder, basic online stores, digital ad support and analytics to make sense […]…
 
The pandemic has accelerated adoption of a number of technologies, from online grocery to multi-platform gaming to streaming services and more. But one industry that has not benefited is traditional pay TV. According to new research from eMarketer, the cable, satellite and telecom TV industry is on track to lose the most subscribers ever. This […]…
 
Electric power only started making sense for land vehicles about ten years ago, but now the technology is ready to make the jump into the water. Pure Watercraft hopes that its electric outboard motor can replace a normal gas one for most boating needs under 50 HP — and it just raised $23.4M to hit […]…
 
Ride-hailing services around the world have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, and Grab was no exception. The company is one of the most highly-valued tech startups in Southeast Asia, where it operates in eight countries. Its transport business suffered a sharp decline in March and April, as movement restriction orders were implemented. But [……
 
What if you spent years growing your business to millions in revenue, then lost it all overnight? It's every founder's worst nightmare, but for Aline Lerner (@alinelernerLLC) it was reality. When COVID-19 hit and companies stopped hiring, Aline's business Interviewing.io suddenly lost its main source of revenue. She found herself "staring into the …
 
“Like most of the best things in my life,” Conan O’Brien explains, with a wry smile, “the success of the podcast was a complete surprise.” The answer is a typically self-effacing one from the comedian. Since launching “Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend” nearly two years ago, the show has quickly risen up the podcasting charts […]…
 
Playco is a new mobile gaming startup created by Game Closure co-founder Michael Carter and Zynga co-founder Justin Waldron, as well as game producers Takeshi Otsuka and Teddy Cross. Although the Tokyo-headquartered company is only announcing its existence today, it’s already a unicorn — it says it’s raised $100 million in Series A funding, at […]…
 
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