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Equity Live From Disrupt SF: Slack's Rich, Google Loves Lyft, And Flying Cars For Some Reason
Equity
access_time3 days ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture-capital themed podcast. This week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself — Alex Wilhelm — were joined by Floodgate's Mike Maples to dig through the biggest news of the week.
Flippy is a burger flipping robot
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time6 days ago
Meet Flippy, a burger flipping robot
Gillmor Gang: Staff Infection
Gillmor Gang
access_time9 days ago
The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Kevin Marks, Keith Teare, Denis Pombriant, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, September 15, 2017.
SoFi loses its CEO, big rounds for unicorns, and will this VC buy the iPhone X
Equity
access_time10 days ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture-capital themed podcast. This week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself — Alex Wilhelm — were joined by Accel’s Jake Flomenberg to dig through the biggest news of the week.
Apple Watch Series 3 hands on
TechCrunch TV News
access_time13 days ago
Hands on with the Apple Watch Series 3 from Apple's Steve Jobs Theater on September 12, 2017.
iPhone 8 hands on
TechCrunch TV News
access_time13 days ago
First look at the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus at the Steve Jobs Theater on September 12, 2017. The 8 starts at $699 and the 8 Plus is $100 more. They go up for pre-sale September 15th and hit stores the 22nd.
iPhone X hands on
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time13 days ago
The X is the phone for a world where pricing isn’t an obstacle for users who simply want the latest and best of everything packed into one device. It’s at once fan service as the phone hits a big milestone and a tactic acknowledging that we’ve crossed a threshold into a world of truly premium flagships where a $999 price tag is, for many, an afterthought.
Apple's iPhone X event recap
TechCrunch TV News
access_time13 days ago
TechCrunch's full recap of Apple's September Event held on September 12, 2017. For full event coverage visit techcrunch.com.
All about the iPhone X
TechCrunch TV News
access_time13 days ago
10 years after debuting the first iPhone, Apple is introducing the iPhone X.
Apple TV arrives in 4K
TechCrunch TV News
access_time13 days ago
Apple TV goes 4K
Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
TechCrunch TV News
access_time13 days ago
Here's everything that you need to know about the iPhone 8 that was announced at Apple's September Event. Learn more here: https://techcrunch.com/2017/09/12/apple-announces-the-iphone-8-and-iphone-8-plus/
Apple Watch Series 3
TechCrunch TV News
access_time13 days ago
Apple Watch Series 3 has cellular built-in. Wireless cellular LTE means the new Apple Watch will be able to stay connected even when it’s not tethered to an iPhone. This is a huge step forward in terms of making it an independent mobile device.
An Equity Shot: Equifax Hack
Equity
access_time17 days ago
Each week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself -- Alex Wilhelm -- try to de-obfuscate the opaque and arcane world of startup finance with the help of someone from the industry.
Roku is going public, 23andMe raises $200M, and Juicero is dead
Equity
access_time17 days ago
This week Matthew Lynley, Katie Roof, and myself -- Alex! -- sat down with Micah Rosenbloom, an investor with Founder Collective to sit down and chew over the week's news.
Canvas' robot cart could change how factories work
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time18 days ago
Canvas Technologies is building an autonomous cart to move goods around factory floors. With its own proprietary computer vision stack, Canvas is building robots that can adapt to complex environments and produce 3D mappings on the fly.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8
TechCrunch TV News
access_time20 days ago
Unveiled late last month, the Note 8 is the product of a newly cautious company.
Gillmor Gang: Summer School
Gillmor Gang
access_time24 days ago
The Gillmor Gang — Denis Pombriant, Keith Teare, John Taschek, Frank Radice, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Thursday, August 31, 2017.
The Uber Saga, Delayed IPOs And Just What Is An ICO
Equity
access_time24 days ago
This week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself -- Alex! -- were joined by Samuel Angus, a partner on the corporate team of Fenwick and West, where he represents a number of venture-backed firms including Airbnb and Github.
Star Wars Force Friday Sneak Peek
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time25 days ago
We got an early look at a handful of toys that'll be announced at Force Friday, the day Disney debuts all of the stuff they're building for the next Star Wars movie.
LG’s V30 is a solid, camera-focused flagship
TechCrunch TV News
access_time25 days ago
The V30 goes a way to push smartphone imagery even beyond what many of its competitors have done in the past.
SpaceX’s Hyperloop Pod speed competition
TechCrunch TV News
access_time27 days ago
SpaceX held its second Hyperloop Pod design competition and Darrell Etherington was there to talk to the three teams competing. The goal of the competition was to field the fastest pod in a race down the mile-long test track SpaceX built near its headquarters in Hawthorne, CA.
BittBoy retro pocket console
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time27 days ago
BittBoy is a new third-party portable console that clearly owes a lot of inspiration to the GameBoy. The tiny handheld packs a library of “300” games built-in, controls that will feel familiar to any Nintendo fan, a battery you can recharge via microUSB and a 2.2-inch IPS display.
Microsoft’s ‘mixed reality’ headsets
TechCrunch TV News
access_time27 days ago
TechCrunch tested a couple consumer-ready headsets from Acer and Dell. While Microsoft's “mixed reality” headsets boast advantages over HTC and Oculus, it now costs roughly the same as the competition.
An Equity Shot: Uber's new CEO
Equity
access_time28 days ago
Each week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself -- Alex Wilhelm -- try to de-obfuscate the opaque and arcane world of startup finance with the help of someone from the industry.
Fitbit's Ionic Smartwatch
TechCrunch TV News
access_time28 days ago
While the Ionic is designed to be a capable, everyday product, what sets it apart is its focus on fitness.
Athelas Home Blood Test
TechCrunch TV News
access_time28 days ago
Athelas Home Blood Test
Fitbit's Ionic Smartwatch
TechCrunch TV News
access_time28 days ago
While the Ionic is designed to be a capable, everyday product, what sets it apart is its focus on fitness.
Doug makes grilled cheese in the toaster
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time1 month ago
After setting his stove on fire, gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth finds that he's capable of making grilled cheese if the only steps involved are putting the sandwich into a bag and putting the bag into the toaster.
Uber grows against all odds, Amazon makes Whole Foods cheaper,  and WeWork raises $4.4 billion
Equity
access_time1 month ago
Each week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself -- Alex Wilhelm -- try to de-obfuscate the opaque and arcane world of startup finance with the help of someone from the industry.
Zipping around town on the OJO electric scooter
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time1 month ago
The Ojo scooter is designed to get you where you need to go. With a max speed of 20mph, it’s legal to ride in the bike lanes, but that doesn’t mean bikers will be happy about it.
The Galaxy Note 8 marks a big, but cautious return for Samsung
TechCrunch TV News
access_time1 month ago
In the wake of the smoldering, ongoing mess that was the Note 7, there was an open question about whether Samsung would maintain the brand. After two recalls totaling one million phones in the U.S. and an endless parade of bad headlines, it was a PR nightmare from which is seemed it might be impossible to return.
Huger Tech's electric skateboard impresses
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time1 month ago
The Huger Tech Racer electric skateboard is one of the best under $1,000.
Doug streams PlayStation 4 to his PC
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time1 month ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth knows that his wife's book club doesn't read books or even talk about books. Instead, they drink wine and complain about their husbands. So when book club comes to the Aamoth household, Doug needs a way to stream his living room-shackled PlayStation 4 to the computer upstairs.
Essential phone unboxing
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time1 month ago
We've spent the last few days with the Essential phone. It's the latest project by Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android. Here's a quick unboxing.
Uber's board mess, the Angry Birds IPO, and MongoDB files to go public
Equity
access_time1 month ago
Each week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself -- Alex Wilhelm -- try to de-obfuscate the opaque and arcane world of startup finance with the help of someone from the industry. This week, Trinity Ventures' Dan Scholnick was in the studio to assist us. And what a week it has been. First, the Uber goat rodeo continued with investors sending public nasty-grams to one another. According to our guest, this sort of squabble isn't precisely rare, but to see so much aired in public by a company of Uber's scale is not daily fare. If Uber could have a week in which it didn't have some sort of meltdown, we'd appreciate it, because there are other things to talk about. Moving along, Rovio, the company behind the massively popular Angry Birds franchise, is said to have an IPO cooking. The firm recently posted quick revenue growth and rising (adjusted) EBITDA. Media reports indicate that Rovio could raise $400 million at a $2 billion valuation. The firm is not expected to list here in the United States, but instead in Europe, where it's based. Finally, we took a minute to discuss MongoDB's privately filed IPO, something that these pages recently broke. The firm raised modest sums in its youth, including its minute Series A from 2008, a period not known for its venture profligacy. The crew seems bullish on its chances.
EM3 brings the sharing economy to India's farms
TechCrunch TV News
access_time1 month ago
EM3 works with farmers who own equipment like tractors, harvesters and other mechanical implements by allowing them to ‘rent’ out their assets to help pay off the purchase or generate additional revenue.
Gillmor Gang: Sorrow & Pity
Gillmor Gang
access_time1 month ago
The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Frank Radice, Keith Teare, Denis Pombriant, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Sunday, August 13, 2017.
Doug tries to quit a bunch of online accounts
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time1 month ago
Gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth argues about whether it's "sick" sense or "sixth" sense as he gets a funny feeling that he has 231 online accounts. He then uses an online service to corral all of his accounts in one place so he can decide whether to delete them or not.
Benchmark sues Kalanick, and what’s next for IPOs after Snap and Blue Apron’s very bad day
Equity
access_time2 months ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s weekly venture-themed podcast where we dive into the numbers behind the noise. Forget the summer lull, friends. This week was packed-full of news that broke right up until the very last minute. Matthew Lynley was off this week on a nuptial-attending jaunt, but Katie Roof and myself — Alex — were incredibly lucky to have Kate Mitchell, co-founder and partner at Scale Venture Partners on hand to help us shift the weight.
Disney's ditching Netflix to launch its own streaming service
TechCrunch TV News
access_time2 months ago
Though Disney doing a streaming service is huge news, it’s not the first time the company has dabbled with digital delivery of its content. Watch to learn more.
Construction Workers Snapchat Inside Apple Park
TechCrunch TV News
access_time2 months ago
Construction workers have been Snapchatting inside of Apple Park. Here is some of the footage.
Cycflix makes you workout for your Netflix
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time2 months ago
Cycflix is a project that lets you hook a stationary bike up with your Netflix account so that your favorite shows only play if you stick to your fitness routine. It works by hooking up an Arduino to your stationary bike, which (with Byrne’s Python script) can control your Netflix based on how hard you’re pedaling.
Doug mounts a tablet to the kitchen wall
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time2 months ago
By all important measures except for one, gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth is a true American success story. The only thing that's missing? He doesn't have a tablet mounted to his kitchen wall that serves as a music player, TV, and digital organizer.
Falcon Heavy Animation
TechCrunch TV News
access_time2 months ago
Elon Musk shared SpaceX’s first ‘draft animation’ of the planned Falcon Heavy launch – or how it will go ideally. The Falcon Heavy uses three Falcon 9 boost cores to deliver a lot more thrust and cargo capacity. SpaceX says it’s got twice the thrust of the next largest active rocket in existence. Falcon Heavy is a key ingredient for Musk’s plans to eventually help humans colonize Mars. It’s set for its first test launch in November – but Musk cautions that a lot could go long on that first flight.
Phree is a digital stylus that works on any surface - almost
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time2 months ago
Developed by Israel-based OTM Technologies, Phree is a digital pen that you can use on your arm, the wall, an apple - almost any surface.
Tesla rides high, Apple inches toward $1 trillion, and Redfin surges
Equity
access_time2 months ago
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-themed podcast where we walk through the numbers driving Silicon Valley each and every week. This episode, Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley and Alex Wilhelm were joined by NEA partner Rick Yang to dig into the week’s earnings, IPOs, and surprise M&A. It was a packed news cycle, with so much to go over that we left the Reddit deal on the table. Sorry, kids.
Ofo Bicycle Sharing
TechCrunch Gadgets
access_time2 months ago
Ofo is the largest non-docking bicycle sharing platform in the world.
HYPERLOOP ONE BREAKS SPEED RECORD
TechCrunch TV News
access_time2 months ago
Hyperloop One just completed phase two of its full-scale Hyperloop system tests, achieving record speed and distance. The company’s super speed transit pod managed to go nearly the entire length of Hyperloop One’s test track in the Nevada desert, gliding using magnets. It got up to a top speed of 310 km per hour (nearly 192 mph), which is the highest recorded speed of any Hyperloop pod so far.
Tesla Model 3
TechCrunch TV News
access_time2 months ago
We got a chance to drive one of the first ever Tesla Model 3 cars ever made – there are only around 30 in existence right now.
Facebook good, everyone else bad
Equity
access_time2 months ago
This week we had the full crew on deck, including Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself -- Alex! -- to dive into the biggest news of the week. We weren't alone, thankfully, as Maveron general partner Rebecca Kaden joined us in the studio to mull over the latest. The news of the week was earnings-themed, unsurprisingly, including Amazon's big revenue beat and profit miss, Alphabet's slightly fretful growth and losses on its "Other Bets," whatever the hell happened to Twitter during the San Francisco dawn, and Facebook's continued triumphal parade.
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