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Twitter ended the year on a fascinating run
It’s been pretty effortless to point at Twitter and, with each quarterly moment when it discloses its financial guts, let out a long exasperated breathe. But then something interesting happened in the back half of 2017: it went on a rather spectacular run, and however ending on a bit of a slump, it looks like it could finish the year up more than 25 percent —, which, by Twitter terms, is&hellip, Read More
It’s the Jons 2017!
Blessed Fresh Year! It’s been a transformational year in tech. The golden era of startups ended. Sorry about that. The tech industry eventually spinned over a big rock it had disregarded and/or leaned on for years, and exposed the wriggling morass of sexual harassment underneath. We witnessed major AI breakthroughs, a cryptocurrency megaboom, truly truly self-driving cars, and Legal SpaceX launches. But&hellip, Read More
These apps will help you keep your Fresh Year’s resolutions
Almost half of Americans make Fresh Year’s resolutions. Far fewer stick to them. “Losing weight” and “exercising more” are among the most popular goals. A sizeable percentage of Americans also aim to “be a better person.” TechCrunch reviewed apps that are designed to help people stay on track with these plans. Here are a few that will help you&hellip, Read More
Hyperscale data centers reached over 390 worldwide in 2017
Hyperscale operators are defined as enormous companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google that need to provide computing on a massive scale. You would think that there would be a limited number of this type of very specialized data center, but latest research from Synergy Research found that 2017 was actually a breakout year for fresh hyperscale data centers across the world —, with&hellip, Read More
The food revolution may have just needed a cup of Blue Bottle
Each massive exit in the tech ecosystem usually goes after the same cycle: an upstart becomes a large business, it goes public or sells for a meaty sum of money, many of the best people that built it take off and then they use their newfound wealth to begin companies. But in addition to tech, the venture community has its own pet project: coffee. Read More
How a ordinary tech upgrade at the IRS could convert the economy
When you apply for credit, you essentially ask a lender to evaluate your financial picture to make an informed decision about your approval, rate and terms. The information that lenders use primarily comes from two sources: you and private credit bureaus. This system is imperfect. It’s held back by outdated technology at the IRS. Fresh legislation would switch this. Read More
Witness the 2nd half of Bubbleproof’s very first season
We’re excited to be premiering a fresh mockumentary series about the startup world called Bubbleproof. You can witness the 2nd half of the very first season right here. On Google AMP? Click here for a better view. If you missed the very first four scenes, you can find those here. Gig Five Scene 6 Gig 7 Gig 8 Scene 9 Read More