Google, Amazon, and Microsoft are the landlords. Amidst the Coronavirus economic crisis, startups need a break from paying rent. They’re in a cash crunch. Revenue has stopped flowing in, capital markets like venture debt are hesitant,
Livongo Health’s stock jumped over ten percent on a day that saw most exchanges tumble after a day of crazy volatility.
Neat, a Hong Kong-based fintech startup, announced today that it has raised a $11 million Series A to help small businesses do cross-border banking. The round was led by Pacific Century Group, with participation from Visa and MassMutual Ventures Southeast Asia,
Tyto Care, the provider of a home health diagnostic device and telemedicine consultation app, said it has raised $50 million in a new round of funding. The round was led by Insight Partners, Olive Tree Ventures, and Qualcomm Ventures,
Last valued at $5 billion, restaurant management platform Toast has joined the sweep of startups laying off employees due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Toast reduced the size of its staff by 50% through layoffs and furloughs, according to a blog post from Toast’s CEO,
As the world locks down borders and capital flows to brace for the impact of coronavirus, Brazilian startups continue to attract international attention.
Activant Capital, a seven-year-old, Greenwich, Ct.-based growth equity firm that’s still making a name for itself, has managed to secure $255 million in fresh capital commitments, despite that the U.S. economy appears to be headed into a recession.
NASA’s Innovative Advanced Concepts program is all about making high-risk, high-reward bets on unique — and sometimes eyebrow-raising — ideas for space exploration and observation. This year’s grants total $7M and include one of the most realistic projects yet.
It was only a week ago that Google said it would hit pause on Chrome and Chrome OS releases “due to adjusted work schedules” in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, however, the company announced that it would resume releases — but with an adjusted schedule.
Ads for face masks are still appearing on Facebook, Instagram and Google, according to a review of the platforms carried out by the Tech Transparency Project (TTP). This despite pledges by the platforms that they would stamp out ads which seek to profit from the coronavirus pandemic.
Airbnb says it will subsidize housing for 100,000 workers at the front lines of COVID-19 care, Groupon gets a new CEO and Stripe invests in a universal checkout startup. Here’s your Daily Crunch for March 26, 2020. 1. Airbnb to provide free or subsidized housing for 100,
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法国网站 Nowhereelse.fr 再次贴出了几张被认为是4.7寸和5.5寸 iPhone 6 Home 键的零件，这两款设备的 Home 键设计差别很大，与 iPhone 5s Home 键的差别也非常大。iPhone 5s Home 键的线缆有180度的转弯，4.7寸 iPhone 6 的 Home 键是直线，5.
“If it's not an iPhone, it's not an iPhone”(iPhone所没有的，就是它没必要有的)宣传活动仍在继续，今天苹果更新推出标题为“iPhone--相册和视频”的宣传视频，重点凸显iPhone的拍摄能力。
刚刚，一加手机新品发布会预告，称“好于凸显，优于无形”。 4月7日，北京见”。宣传海报上，分别给出了此次发布会主题的中英文翻译，根据描述，应该跟系统有关。不少网友猜测，此次发布会一加要推出全新的氢OS系统，而且很有可能基于Android 6.0。之前一加手机掌门人刘作虎再接外媒采访时透露，他们的新旗舰（一加3）将在今年第二季度推出，外形设计不同于现在的一加2。
目前世界上有超过 450 家 Apple Store 零售店，但只有一家可以称得上是“超级明星”，这家店就是位于旧金山联合广场购物区的 Apple Store。经过苹果翻修之后，如今旧金山联合广场 Apple Store 是名副其实的超级零售店，因为它是用钱堆起来的：建设及翻修耗资 2360 万美元，仅店内的楼梯就让苹果投入了 100 万美元。 别以为这只是面子工程，苹果还把钱花在了能源方面。威锋网消息，太阳能技术开发商 Onyx Solar 网站上的一份文件显示，苹果已经计划在其新建立的 Apple Store 当中采用 Onyx Solar 的光电池技术，并且将把这一理念带到世界各地。