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  • Flying taxi startup Blade is helping Silicon Valley CEOs bypass traffic


    Blade, backed by Lerer Hippeau and Airbus, has begun chauffering the Bay Area's elite.
  • A family tracking app was leaking real-time location data


    A popular family tracking app was leaking the real-time locations of more than 238,000 users for weeks after the developer left a server exposed without a password. The app, Family Locator, built by Australia-based software house React Apps, allows families to track each other in real-time, such as spouses or parents wanting to know where […]
  • A week of game streaming and earthquakes


    From Extra Crunch We hope all of you enjoyed the conversation with Eric Peckham and Lucas Matney on GDC and game streaming. For those who couldn’t join, a transcript should be coming shortly. Our enterprise reporter Ron Miller has a dive into how Salesforce became the model for enterprise SaaS companies, with some great early […]
  • Planning for the uncertain future of work


    In a recently published, roughly 75-page report, British non-profit organization The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts (RSA) outlined several scenarios for how the UK labor market will be impacted by frontier technologies such as automation, AI, AVs and more. The analysis titled “The Four Futures of Work” was conducted in collaboration with design […]
  • Corporate biotech venture funding rises again


    Biotech venture funding has been on a tear for the past couple of years, and corporate investors in the space are doing their part to boost the totals.
  • The damage of defaults


    Apple popped out a new pair of AirPods this week. The design looks exactly like the old pair of AirPods. Which means I’m never going to use them because Apple’s bulbous earbuds don’t fit my ears. Think square peg, round hole. The only way I could rock AirPods would be to walk around with hands […]
  • How Nuro plans to spend Softbank’s $940 million


    Autonomous delivery startup Nuro is bursting with ideas since SoftBank invested nearly $1 billion in February, new filings reveal. A recent patent application details how its R1 self-driving vehicle could carry smaller robots to cross lawns or climb stairs to drop off packages. The company has even taken the step of trademarking the name “Fido” […]
  • Startups Weekly: A much-needed unicorn IPO update


    In this week's newsletter: Details on Pinterest, Lyft, Uber and Zoom's upcoming IPOs, plus Glossier and Rent The Runway's big rounds.
  • Elon Musk defends tweets in SEC’s contempt proceedings


    Tesla CEO Elon Musk argued Friday that his Twitter use did not violate a settlement agreement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and that the agency’s request to have him held in contempt is based on a “radical interpretation” of the order, according to court papers filed in Manhattan federal court. The SEC has asked […]
  • What’s the cost of buying users from Facebook and 13 other ad networks?


    This post reveals the cost of acquiring a customer on every ad channel my agency has tested.
  • Equity Shot: Pinterest and Zoom file to go public


    In the latest Equity Shot, Kate Clark and Alex Wilhelm take a closer look at Pinterest and Zoom's IPO filings.
  • This is how much money Pinterest execs made last year


    Silicon Valley is known for its massive wealth. When these companies file to go public, we all finally get to know how much money these executives take home each year, and the millions they’ll take home after the IPO. In Pinterest’s S-1, which it filed earlier today, we see that co-founder and CEO Ben Silbermann […]
  • Our 9 favorite startups from Y Combinator W19 Demo Day 2


    Heathcare kiosks, a home-cooked food marketplace, and a way for startups to earn interest on their funding topped our list of high-potential companies from Y Combinator’s Winter 2019 Demo Day 2. 88 startups launched on stage at the lauded accelerator, though some of the best skipped the stage as they’d already raised tons of money. […]
  • Drone analytics startup Aria Insights suddenly shutters


    Earlier this year, Helen Greiner-founded drone startup CyPhy Works announced a major change. The company was rebooting and renaming itself Aria Insights, a move that arrived with a newfound AI/data-driven focus. Now, just over two months later, the company is no more. Reports that Aria had shuttered began surfacing earlier this week. Moments ago, the […]
  • Pinterest drops its IPO filing


    The visual search engine will go public on the NYSE under the ticker symbol "PINS."
  • Zoom, a profitable unicorn, files to go public


    Zoom posted $330 million in revenue in the year ending January 31, 2019, a remarkable 2x increase year-over-year
  • What to expect from Apple’s ‘Show Time’ event


    The biggest surprise about next week’s Apple event may be the fact that the company has anything left to announce. This week, several core pieces of Apple hardware received upgrades, including the iPad Air and mini, iMac and AirPods. Given the company’s rush to get all of that out the door, we don’t expect to […]
  • Clark, a venture-backed tutoring platform, will now help tutors build their own sites


    A couple of years ago, Clark, a New York-based startup, appeared on the scene with tutoring software that aimed to both make it easier for educators to start and manage a tutoring business by handling on its platform all the work that tutors struggle to find time to do, from drumming up students, to managing […]
  • Gates-backed Lumotive upends lidar conventions using metamaterials


    Pretty much every self-driving car on the road, not to mention many a robot and drone, uses lidar to sense its surroundings. But useful as lidar is, it also involves physical compromises that limit its capabilities. Lumotive is a new company with funding from Bill Gates and Intellectual Ventures that uses metamaterials to exceed those limits, perhaps setting a new standard for the industry.
  • Mailchimp and Shopify break up


    Mailchimp today announced that the Mailchimp app, which let its users use their Shopify data to create targeted email campaigns, for example, is no longer available in the Shopify marketplace. The reason for this, Shopify itself says, is that it “had growing concerns about Mailchimp’s app because of the poor merchant experience and their refusal […]