Netskope nabs Sift Security to enhance infrastructure cloud security

Netskope, a company that focuses on security in the cloud, announced today it has acquired Sift Security, a startup launched in 2014 to help secure cloud infrastructure services like Amazon, Microsoft and Google using machine learning. The company did not share terms of the deal,

Okay, one final Form D note

Some more comments from readers on the changing culture around startups filing their Form Ds with the SEC, and then a short update on SoftBank and a bunch more article reviews. We are experimenting with new content forms at TechCrunch.

Twitter, those ‘verified’ bitcoin-pushing pillocks are pissing everyone off

Elon Musk’s tweets piss me off for two reasons. When he’s not accusing actual heroes of sex crimes or trolling the federal government, it’s what comes after that drives me batshit.

BlaBlaCar to acquire Ouibus and offer bus service

French startup BlaBlaCar is announcing plans to acquire Ouibus, the bus division of France’s national railway company SNCF. For the first time, BlaBlaCar is moving beyond carpooling and plans to offer both long-distance carpooling rides and bus rides.

Chappy, the Bumble-backed dating app for gay men, inks partnership with GLAAD

Chappy, the dating app for gay men, has today announced a partnership with GLAAD. As part of the partnership, Chappy will make a donation to GLAAD for each conversation initiated on the dating app, from now throughout 2019. The company won’t disclose the amount of the donation,

With the Paris Call, Macron wants to limit cyberattacks

French President Emmanuel Macron gave a speech at the Internet Governance Forum at the UNESCO in Paris. While the IGF has been around for a while, it hasn’t been as active as some would have hoped. That’s why the French government is issuing the Paris Call,

Enterprise shopping season starts early with almost $50B in recent deals

Black Friday may be still be 10 days away, but shopping season started early in the enterprise this year. We have seen acquisitions totaling almost $50 billion in the last couple of months alone, topped by the mega $34 billion IBM-Red Hat deal two weeks ago. What exactly is going on here?

Audioburst turns the best part of podcasts into personalized news briefs

Tel Aviv-based Audioburst has been developing a search engine for audio news, which allows users to locate audio content within podcast and other talk radio programs. Today,

A new $124 million for Brazil’s Movile proves that investors still see promise in Latin American tec

Brazil’s macroeconomic picture may be gloomy, but technology investors still see hope in the nation’s burgeoning technology sector — and a recent $124 million financing for the mobile conglomerate Movile is the latest proof that that the pace of investment isn’t slowing down.

Intelligent recruiting platform Greenhouse picks up another $50M

Finding the right talent is a make-or-break situation for any company — especially smaller ones, which might not have the robust tools (or pocket books) of larger companies like Google that have a complete system in place.

Meero raises $45 million for its on-demand photography service

Have you ever wondered why photos on Airbnb, UberEats and your favorite hotel platform always look so good? French startup Meero has been working on a marketplace and AI-powered technology to make it easy to get good photos of products and places.

Wow, this might be the best video of a wingsuit flight ever

Videos of wingsuit flights are never not awesome but this one just might be the best. And it's not because of the snow. Though the beautifully fresh powder helps. And it's not because Dan Vicary, the flying man in the video, zips around for three miles.

Rdio buys music subscription service Dhingana to enter India

Spotify competitor Rdio has acquired the Indian music subscription service Dhingana, according to local media reports that have since been confirmed by Dhingana executives. The acquisition could be a way for Rdio to quickly get access to a huge market, but it comes after Dhingana had […]    

传 Google 收购 Room 77 以改进 Google Hotel Finder 的搜索功能

来自华尔街日报的报道,Google已经收购了创业公司Room 77,这家公司是专门制作酒店预订软件的,收购成功后他们将加入Google Hotel Finder团队来完善该产品,比如将更多跟酒店有关的内容带入到搜索结果里,包括图片、房间价格和空房信息等等。

皮尤研究中心:未来互联网世界“威胁”重重

在互联网世界,一切都变化的太快,所以作预测其实是一件很难的事情。不过,有时候想想未来还是有用的,至少这样可以帮助我们审视现在所做的事是不是会带来不好的结果。

Judge Rejects Puny Silicon Valley Wage-Fixing Settlement

For years, tech giants like Apple, Google, and Adobe made secret agreements to avoid hiring rival talent, keeping salaries artificially suppressed. These companies almost got away with paying a tiny settlement—but that monetary mea culpa just got shot down.Read more...

搜狐CEO:盗版视频在中国已死

法国当地时间 10 月 13 日,第 30 届戛纳秋季影视片交会(Mipcom)在法国戛纳开幕。搜狐董事局主席张朝阳在片交会上声称:盗版在中国已死。此语震惊参与此次片交会的万名参展者。不仅如此,张朝阳还表示,中国的 ... ...

艾瑞咨询:2014年8月PC端社交服务月度覆盖人数为4.7亿人

2014年8月PC端社交服务月度覆盖人数为4.7亿人,同比增长10.7%,环比增长0.8%。在总体网民当中的渗透率为92.6%。因暑期来临,社交服务在近三个季度以来同比增长最为明显。

Wet snow causes power outages, affects hundreds of thousands in Northeast

The worst of Wednesday's storm has passed, but many people in the Northeastern United States are still feeling its effects.More than 350,000 people are without power in the region, and some may not have it restored for several days. See also:

The Risk Of Reviewing The Reviewer

Reviews impact everything: what brands we trust, what we purchase, what we eat, and even how we travel. Online reviews have factored into my purchasing decisions as a millennial. I was barely a teenager when Yelp was founded, and today, over a decade later,

有没有临床用药投入使用的时候是一种效用,一段时间后发现它的另一种效用并沿用至今?

很开心在知乎上面可以看到这样的问题,说明越来越多的人加入了知乎这个分享知识的平台。好吧,开始回答问题!

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