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Apple faces an antitrust complaint in Europe, TikTok has a new CEO and YouTube TV disappears from Roku. This is your Daily Crunch for April 30, 2021. Also, this is my last day at TechCrunch, and therefore my last day writing The Daily Crunch. It’s been a blast rounding up the news for all of […]
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Amazon is buying home mesh router startup, Eero

It’s a pretty clear fit for Amazon as it pushes to make Alexa a feature in the connected home.

The move also makes sense for five-year-old Eero — which, in spite of being early to the home mesh router game and pulling in some high-profile investors, has struggled.

If you’re an Eero owner wondering how this affects your privacy, read this.

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Publisher adtech startups Taboola and Outbrain merge in $850M deal to take on Google and Facebook

The content recommendation rivals — who are, shall we say, not exactly known for the high quality of their recommendations — are merging to form a single company.

While the companies describe the deal as a merger, the combined entity will be called Taboola, with Taboola’s founder Adam Singolda securing the CEO slot.

Here’s everything Microsoft announced at today’s Surface event

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Laura Kelly 2019-05-07
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Twitter will now allow users to add a photo, video or GIF to a Retweet, instead of only text.

The feature is live on iOS, Android and Twitter’s mobile website.

Though a seemingly minor upgrade, the addition could significantly increase the amount of media that’s shared on Twitter.

Microsoft launches Visual Studio Online, an online code editor

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James Woodson 2019-06-14
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Fiverr shares climb 90% in first day of trading

Freelance marketplace Fiverr had a good first day on the New York Stock Exchange.

The company priced its IPO at $21 per share on Wednesday, raising around $111 million.

It then started trading at $26, with shares climbing for most of the day and closing at $39.90 — up 90% from the IPO price.

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Irene Diaz 2019-10-09

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China attacks Apple for allowing Hong Kong crowdsourced police activity app

Apple’s decision to greenlight an app called HKmaps, which is being used by pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong to crowdsource information about street closures and police presence, is attracting the ire of the Chinese government.

Specifically, an article in Chinese state mouthpiece China Daily attacks the iPhone maker for reversing an earlier decision not to allow the app to be listed on the iOS App Store.

What the hell is up with this Essential device?

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WikiLeaks founder charged with hacking, now faces US extradition

Following Julian Assange’s arrest inside the Ecuadorian embassy earlier today for breaching U.K. bail conditions, the WikiLeaks founder has also been rearrested on behalf of the U.S. — confirming that he will face extradition proceedings.

The existence of a sealed charge against Assange in the U.S. was revealed inadvertently last year after an unrelated court filing was found to contain information on a sealed charge against him.

The creation of the algorithm that made the first black hole image possible was led by MIT grad student Katie Bouman

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Coinbase makes an impressive public debut, Dell spins out VMware and Ford announces a new hands-free driving system. This is your Daily Crunch for April 14, 2021. The big story: Coinbase goes public Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase went public today via direct listing at an opening price of $381 per share, climbing to nearly $430 before […]
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Dropbox snares HelloSign for $230M, gets workflow and e-signature

Dropbox’s SVP of engineering Quentin Clark sees this as more than simply bolting on electronic signature functionality to the Dropbox solution.

For him, the workflow capabilities that HelloSign added in 2017 were key to the purchase.

“What is unique about HelloSign is that the investment they’ve made in APIs and the workflow products is really so aligned with our long-term direction,” Clark said.

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Apple’s iOS update makes it easier to get to your subscriptions

Moving the Manage Subscriptions menu so that it’s just one click away from your App Store profile might seem like a minor change, but it was needed: As more mobile apps have adopted subscriptions as a means of generating revenue, it’s become critical to ensure consumers know how to turn off their subscriptions.

Plus, Apple is expected to launch some subscriptions of its own, namely for its streaming video and news services.

Instagram confirms that a bug is causing follower counts to change

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Mark Moore 2019-05-17
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Amazon leads $575M investment in Deliveroo

Amazon is taking a slice of Europe’s food delivery market by leading a $575 million investment in Deliveroo.

London-based Deliveroo operates in 14 countries, including the U.K., France, Germany and Spain, and — outside of Europe — Singapore, Taiwan, Australia and the UAE.

Across those markets, it claims it works with 80,000 restaurants with a fleet of 60,000 delivery people and 2,500 permanent employees.

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Daniel Martin 2019-07-09
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New Instagram features flag potentially offensive comments, allow you to quietly ‘restrict’ users

Instagram seems to be trying to find ways to limit bad behavior without outright blocking posts or banning users.

The first feature is supposed to use artificial intelligence to flag comments that “may be considered offensive,” then gives those users the option to “undo” their comments before posting.

The second addition is the ability to “restrict” users looking at your account — which is less obvious than outright blocking someone.

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Luke Hall 2021-07-27
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Michael Wadsworth 2021-07-12
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Jerry Miller 2021-07-22
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Phillip Willis 2019-10-03
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Publisher adtech startups Taboola and Outbrain merge in $850M deal to take on Google and Facebook

The content recommendation rivals — who are, shall we say, not exactly known for the high quality of their recommendations — are merging to form a single company.

While the companies describe the deal as a merger, the combined entity will be called Taboola, with Taboola’s founder Adam Singolda securing the CEO slot.

Here’s everything Microsoft announced at today’s Surface event

James Woodson 2019-06-14
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Fiverr shares climb 90% in first day of trading

Freelance marketplace Fiverr had a good first day on the New York Stock Exchange.

The company priced its IPO at $21 per share on Wednesday, raising around $111 million.

It then started trading at $26, with shares climbing for most of the day and closing at $39.90 — up 90% from the IPO price.

Gladys Wiggins 2019-04-11
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WikiLeaks founder charged with hacking, now faces US extradition

Following Julian Assange’s arrest inside the Ecuadorian embassy earlier today for breaching U.K. bail conditions, the WikiLeaks founder has also been rearrested on behalf of the U.S. — confirming that he will face extradition proceedings.

The existence of a sealed charge against Assange in the U.S. was revealed inadvertently last year after an unrelated court filing was found to contain information on a sealed charge against him.

The creation of the algorithm that made the first black hole image possible was led by MIT grad student Katie Bouman

Jason Hill 2019-01-28
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Dropbox snares HelloSign for $230M, gets workflow and e-signature

Dropbox’s SVP of engineering Quentin Clark sees this as more than simply bolting on electronic signature functionality to the Dropbox solution.

For him, the workflow capabilities that HelloSign added in 2017 were key to the purchase.

“What is unique about HelloSign is that the investment they’ve made in APIs and the workflow products is really so aligned with our long-term direction,” Clark said.

Mark Moore 2019-05-17
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The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories.

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Amazon leads $575M investment in Deliveroo

Amazon is taking a slice of Europe’s food delivery market by leading a $575 million investment in Deliveroo.

London-based Deliveroo operates in 14 countries, including the U.K., France, Germany and Spain, and — outside of Europe — Singapore, Taiwan, Australia and the UAE.

Across those markets, it claims it works with 80,000 restaurants with a fleet of 60,000 delivery people and 2,500 permanent employees.

Jonathan Spitzer 2021-07-26
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Victor Mcbride 2021-04-30
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Apple faces an antitrust complaint in Europe, TikTok has a new CEO and YouTube TV disappears from Roku. This is your Daily Crunch for April 30, 2021. Also, this is my last day at TechCrunch, and therefore my last day writing The Daily Crunch. It’s been a blast rounding up the news for all of […]
Elizabeth Tinnin 2019-02-12
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The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories.

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Amazon is buying home mesh router startup, Eero

It’s a pretty clear fit for Amazon as it pushes to make Alexa a feature in the connected home.

The move also makes sense for five-year-old Eero — which, in spite of being early to the home mesh router game and pulling in some high-profile investors, has struggled.

If you’re an Eero owner wondering how this affects your privacy, read this.

Laura Kelly 2019-05-07
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The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories.

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Twitter will now allow users to add a photo, video or GIF to a Retweet, instead of only text.

The feature is live on iOS, Android and Twitter’s mobile website.

Though a seemingly minor upgrade, the addition could significantly increase the amount of media that’s shared on Twitter.

Microsoft launches Visual Studio Online, an online code editor

Irene Diaz 2019-10-09

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories.

If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here.

China attacks Apple for allowing Hong Kong crowdsourced police activity app

Apple’s decision to greenlight an app called HKmaps, which is being used by pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong to crowdsource information about street closures and police presence, is attracting the ire of the Chinese government.

Specifically, an article in Chinese state mouthpiece China Daily attacks the iPhone maker for reversing an earlier decision not to allow the app to be listed on the iOS App Store.

What the hell is up with this Essential device?

Eddie Waldo 2021-04-14
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Coinbase makes an impressive public debut, Dell spins out VMware and Ford announces a new hands-free driving system. This is your Daily Crunch for April 14, 2021. The big story: Coinbase goes public Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase went public today via direct listing at an opening price of $381 per share, climbing to nearly $430 before […]
William Labounty 2019-02-13
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The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories.

If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here.

Apple’s iOS update makes it easier to get to your subscriptions

Moving the Manage Subscriptions menu so that it’s just one click away from your App Store profile might seem like a minor change, but it was needed: As more mobile apps have adopted subscriptions as a means of generating revenue, it’s become critical to ensure consumers know how to turn off their subscriptions.

Plus, Apple is expected to launch some subscriptions of its own, namely for its streaming video and news services.

Instagram confirms that a bug is causing follower counts to change

Daniel Martin 2019-07-09
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New Instagram features flag potentially offensive comments, allow you to quietly ‘restrict’ users

Instagram seems to be trying to find ways to limit bad behavior without outright blocking posts or banning users.

The first feature is supposed to use artificial intelligence to flag comments that “may be considered offensive,” then gives those users the option to “undo” their comments before posting.

The second addition is the ability to “restrict” users looking at your account — which is less obvious than outright blocking someone.