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Netflix establishes an internal games studio in Helsinki, led by former Zynga GM
Sarah Perez

Netflix’s push into the mobile gaming market continues with today’s announcement the streamer is establishing an internal games studio based in Helsinki, Finland, led by the co-founder and General Manager of the Zygna Helsinki game development studio, Marko Lastikka. The studio will be the fourth for Netflix, joining others including Next Games, Night School Studio, […] Netflix establishes an internal games studio in Helsinki, led by former Zynga GM by Sarah Perez originally published on TechCrunch

Cloudflare launches an eSIM to secure mobile devices
Kyle Wiggers

Are smartphones ever entirely secure? It depends on one’s definition of “secure,” particularly when dealing with corporate environments. Most companies with bring-your-own-device policies install apps or agents on workers’ smartphones to help secure them, leveraging the management capabilities built into operating systems like Android and iOS. But those might not be sufficient. That’s what Cloudflare […] Cloudflare launches an eSIM to secure mobile devices by Kyle Wiggers originally published on TechCrunch

timeOS is a Chrome extension that puts your meeting details in one place
Ivan Mehta

Meeting reminders can be tough to navigate. Even if you get a notification 10 or 30 minutes before the meeting you might forget to join or struggle to find the meeting link moments before joining. Magical, a productivity company, aims to solve these problems with a Chrome extension called timeOS. This extension shows your next meeting’s details […] timeOS is a Chrome extension that puts your meeting details in one place by Ivan Mehta originally published on TechCrunch

Disperse, which brings AI-fuelled data to construction projects, raises $16M
Paul Sawers

Disperse, a U.K.-based construction tech company that offers an artificial intelligence (AI)-powered platform to help project managers track work and capture data from building sites, has raised $16 million in funding. Founded out of London in 2015, Disperse effectively creates a digital version of an entire construction site, including visual snapshots that track the progress […] Disperse, which brings AI-fuelled data to construction projects, raises $16M by Paul Sawers originally published on TechCrunch

Netflix’s edition of Night School’s ‘Oxenfree’ is now available to play on iOS and Android
Aisha Malik

Netflix is adding Oxenfree, the popular supernatural mystery thriller game created by Night School Studio, to its gaming roster. Oxenfree: Netflix Edition is now available for Netflix subscribers to download on iOS and Android devices, the company announced at its Tudum global fan event on Saturday. The launch of the game comes a year after […] Netflix’s edition of Night School’s ‘Oxenfree’ is now available to play on iOS and Android by Aisha Malik originally published on TechCrunch

Daily Crunch: London-based spatial computing startup Hadean closes $30 million Series A
Christine Hall

Hello, friends, and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package. Daily Crunch: London-based spatial computing startup Hadean closes $30 million Series A by Christine Hall originally published on TechCrunch

The case for US venture capital outperformance
Ram Iyer

Despite all current and high-profile pressures, it is our view that the technology and innovation supercycle narrative remains unchanged. The case for US venture capital outperformance by Ram Iyer originally published on TechCrunch

A guide to Low Power Mode on the Apple Watch
Ivan Mehta

Battery life has long been the Apple Watch’s biggest drawback. The issue only became more pronounced when the company went all-in on sleep-tracking with watchOS 7 in 2020. Rather than increasing the mAh on the hardware, Apple presented a workaround: an alert that pops up if the user dips below a certain percentage before bed […] A guide to Low Power Mode on the Apple Watch by Ivan Mehta originally published on TechCrunch

A Strava co-founder races into a lucrative market – lending against life insurance
Mary Ann Azevedo

Mark Shaw likes running around. The serial entrepreneur joined activity and fitness tracking platform Strava as a co-founder in 2009 to lead engineering as CTO. He spent eight years there, and as of its most recent raise in 2020, Strava had reached 70 million members globally and amassed an almost cult-like following from its users, […] A Strava co-founder races into a lucrative market – lending against life insurance by Mary Ann Azevedo originally published on TechCrunch

Kenyan startup Ponea gaining momentum in driving access to medical services
Annie Njanja

Serial Kenyan tech entrepreneur Mike Macharia has spent the last two decades helping enterprises like East Africa’s biggest telco Safaricom to create infrastructure that bolsters their growth. His firm, Seven Seas Technologies, has previously worked with governments too — having been involved in the initial implementation of the decentralized service delivery hubs – Huduma Centres, […] Kenyan startup Ponea gaining momentum in driving access to medical services by Annie Njanja originally published on TechCrunch

SerMorpheus wants to make NFTs an everyday sight in Indonesia
Rita Liao

More than half of the population in Southeast Asia is under 30, making it a coveted market for novel technologies. Unsurprisingly, several countries in the region, like Singapore and Vietnam, have some of the world’s highest crypto adoption rates. While Indonesia isn’t the most crypto active in the region — total crypto value received was […] SerMorpheus wants to make NFTs an everyday sight in Indonesia by Rita Liao originally published on TechCrunch

Backed by Epic Games, distributed computing startup Hadean nabs $30M to power the metaverse
Paul Sawers

Hadean, a U.K.-based distributed, spatial computing startup that’s setting out to build the infrastructure for the burgeoning metaverse, has closed a $30 million seres A round of funding from a high-profile cast of investors including Epic Games and Tencent. Founded out of London in 2015, Hadean started out with a broad mission to put “supercomputer […] Backed by Epic Games, distributed computing startup Hadean nabs $30M to power the metaverse by Paul Sawers originally published on TechCrunch

Cloud kitchen startup CloudEats raises more capital to ramp up Southeast Asian expansion 
Kate Park

A cloud kitchen — also known as a ghost kitchen or a shared kitchen — offers restaurant owners and food entrepreneurs a commercial kitchen space at a reduced cost for food delivery and takeout. This trend has been circling around the restaurant industry. More food entrepreneurs are turning to cloud kitchens to reduce their operation […] Cloud kitchen startup CloudEats raises more capital to ramp up Southeast Asian expansion  by Kate Park originally published on TechCrunch

Daily Crunch: A closer look at Google’s remote-controlled $30 Chromecast
Christine Hall

Hello, friends, and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package. Daily Crunch: A closer look at Google’s remote-controlled $30 Chromecast by Christine Hall originally published on TechCrunch

8 investors discuss what’s ahead for reproductive health startups in a post-Roe world
Dominic-Madori Davis

How is venture tackling women's health challenges after the overturning of Roe? We surveyed eight investors to find out. 8 investors discuss what’s ahead for reproductive health startups in a post-Roe world by Dominic-Madori Davis originally published on TechCrunch

Pitch Deck Teardown: Party Round’s $7M, er, party round deck
Haje Jan Kamps

Let's take a look at the deck that Party Round used to raise $7 million. Pitch Deck Teardown: Party Round’s $7M, er, party round deck by Haje Jan Kamps originally published on TechCrunch

JBalvin enters the digital wellness space with the launch of a bilingual mental health app
Andrew Mendez

JBalvin, the Prince of Reggaeton, has been candid with his fans about his mental health struggles and healing journey. Now, he’s productizing some of his journey by launching OYE, a Spanish/English wellness app. The app, which seeks to support those struggling with mental health issues, was built by Balvin and his two co-founders Mario Chamorro, […] JBalvin enters the digital wellness space with the launch of a bilingual mental health app by Andrew Mendez originally published on TechCrunch

Twitter discloses it wasn’t logging users out of accounts after password resets
Sarah Perez

Weeks after Twitter’s ex-security chief accused the company of cybersecurity mismanagement, Twitter has now informed its users of a bug that didn’t close all of a user’s active logged-in sessions on Android and iOS after an account’s password was reset. This issue could have implications for those who had reset their password because they believed […] Twitter discloses it wasn’t logging users out of accounts after password resets by Sarah Perez originally published on TechCrunch

Glovo fined $78M for labor breaches in Spain
Natasha Lomas

Spain’s homegrown on-demand delivery app, Glovo — which since the end of last year has been majority owned by Germany’s Delivery Hero — has been fined €79 million (~$79M) for breaches of labor laws related to the employment classification of couriers, local press reported yesterday. El Pais reported that the record sanction for the company […] Glovo fined $78M for labor breaches in Spain by Natasha Lomas originally published on TechCrunch

Remofirst raises $14.1M to make it cheaper and easier for businesses to hire remote workers globally
Mary Ann Azevedo

Remote work has never been as accepted, or mainstream, as it is today. Yet some businesses hesitate to explore the option of hiring people in other countries because the prospect can be daunting and costly. Nurasyl Serik and Volodymyr Fedoriv started Remofirst in 2021 to open up that option to more businesses with a SaaS […] Remofirst raises $14.1M to make it cheaper and easier for businesses to hire remote workers globally by Mary Ann Azevedo originally published on TechCrunch

Inside Seoul Robotics’s contrarian approach to autonomous vehicle tech
Kate Park

Seoul Robotics has taken a divergent path on the road to commercializing autonomous vehicles. Instead of developing and embedding the entire self-driving system, including sensors into a vehicle, Seoul is turning to surrounding infrastructure to do some of the heavy lifting. And its contrarian approach has attracted a new group of investors and $25 million […] Inside Seoul Robotics’s contrarian approach to autonomous vehicle tech by Kate Park originally published on TechCrunch

Codacy nabs $15M to improve code reviews with automation
Kyle Wiggers

Code review is a key step during the software development process — it’s when people check a program by viewing and reading parts of the source code. But despite its importance, not all developers are pleased with the way traditional code reviews work. For example, a Microsoft study found that the outcomes of code reviews […] Codacy nabs $15M to improve code reviews with automation by Kyle Wiggers originally published on TechCrunch

Crypto tax reporting app Binocs helps users navigate regulations
Catherine Shu

Keeping up with tax compliance for cryptocurrency can be tricky, especially since many laws are new (or haven’t been written yet). That’s why Binocs was founded. Users integrate their exchanges and wallets, and Binocs provides a tax report and other accounting details. The startup announced today that it has raised $4 million to expand in […] Crypto tax reporting app Binocs helps users navigate regulations by Catherine Shu originally published on TechCrunch

Daily Crunch: Moonlighters eclipsed — Wipro lets go of 300 employees who were working for its rivals
Christine Hall

Hello, friends, and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package. Daily Crunch: Moonlighters eclipsed — Wipro lets go of 300 employees who were working for its rivals by Christine Hall originally published on TechCrunch

NyQuil chicken isn’t actually a TikTok trend
Amanda Silberling

It’s about time that we learn the difference between what’s a viral trend, and what’s just one person posting a meme that goes viral. For the sake of humanity, let’s count our lucky stars: NyQuil chicken is not a real threat to public health. But this week, the FDA issued a warning about what the […] NyQuil chicken isn’t actually a TikTok trend by Amanda Silberling originally published on TechCrunch

When it comes to startup board participation, VCs and CEOs must do their jobs
Ram Iyer

Today, boards are lucky to have one in-person meeting a year. And as everything else takes less time, and there's little transit, any VC should have doubled the time they spend on board meetings. When it comes to startup board participation, VCs and CEOs must do their jobs by Ram Iyer originally published on TechCrunch

Twitch plans to cut subscription revenue for some top streamers in push toward ads
Taylor Hatmaker

Twitch plans to standardize its revenue sharing agreement with streamers, reshaping the earnings landscape for top creators who have historically been able to pocket a bigger portion of the money they generate through paid subscriptions on the platform. In a blog post on Wednesday, Twitch President Dan Clancy explained that while the “vast majority” of […] Twitch plans to cut subscription revenue for some top streamers in push toward ads by Taylor Hatmaker originally published on TechCrunch

CoinFund’s Seth Ginns on why the crypto downturn has spared early-stage startups
Anita Ramaswamy

Crypto token prices have been trending downward for the past year, with BTC and ETH both down over 50% since last September. Yet despite the downturn in cryptocurrency prices, early-stage web3 startups have shown remarkable resilience in their valuations, Seth Ginns, managing partner and head of liquid tokens at digital asset investment firm CoinFund told […] CoinFund’s Seth Ginns on why the crypto downturn has spared early-stage startups by Anita Ramaswamy originally published on TechCrunch

Apple to move 25% iPhone production to India by 2025, 20% iPad and Apple Watch to Vietnam, analysts say
Manish Singh

Apple began assembling some of its devices in India and Vietnam a few years ago, slowly cutting its reliance on China. The Cupertino-giant is now gearing up to make the two nations key global manufacturing hubs, according to analysts at JP Morgan. In a report they sent to clients Wednesday, JP Morgan analysts said Apple […] Apple to move 25% iPhone production to India by 2025, 20% iPad and Apple Watch to Vietnam, analysts say by Manish Singh originally published on TechCrunch

OpenAI open-sources Whisper, a multilingual speech recognition system
Kyle Wiggers

Speech recognition remains a challenging problem in AI and machine learning. In a step toward solving it, OpenAI today open-sourced Whisper, an automatic speech recognition system that the company claims enables “robust” transcription in multiple languages as well as translation from those languages into English. Countless organizations have developed highly capable speech recognition systems, which […] OpenAI open-sources Whisper, a multilingual speech recognition system by Kyle Wiggers originally published on TechCrunch

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