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Permiso emerges from stealth with $10M to tackle the next wave of cloud security

Permiso, a Palo Alto-based startup that provides cloud identity detection and response for cloud infrastructures, has launched from stealth with $10 million in seed funding. The company, founded by former FireEye executives Paul Nguyen and Jason Martin, joins an influx of cloud security startups that have emerged since the start of the... go to Article >

A look at the nine teams that just presented at Pear’s latest demo day

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TechCrunch has been covering the demo days of the seed-stage venture firm Pear VC since 2015. (There we are in the front row in 2016, surrounded by investors, typing away.) A few things have remained true since that time. There are typically 10 or... read more

Meta and Google’s Gradient back LatAm startup OlaClick

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More than 80% of food delivery orders in Latin America are still made over phone calls and settled with cash. OlaClick, a young startup that is helping these restaurants sell online and collect money digitally, announced on Thursday it has... read more

Foursquare founder banks funding for mystery 3D social network startup

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The excitement around web3 and the metaverse have pulled plenty of entrepreneurs who defined the first generation of native mobile apps to begin questioning what’s next. Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley is on the co-founding team of a new startup... read more

Daily Crunch: In one of the largest tech deals ever struck, Broadcom will buy VMware for $61B

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Hello friends and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package. read more

Disney+ releases trailer and premiere date for latest ‘Star Wars’ series ‘Andor,’ starring ‘Rogue One’ rebel hero

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Disney+ released its first trailer for the upcoming series “Andor,” a prequel to “Rogue One.” It will premiere on the service on August 31 with two episodes to start. In total, the series will have 12 episodes, which was confirmed by Lucasfilm at... read more

Making room at the cap table: A new plan for promoting diversity in tech

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As it turns out, we don’t just have a diversity problem in tech employment. We have a diversity problem in tech investment as well. read more

Longtime Bitcoiner Dan Held says this ‘crypto winter’ won’t be as harsh as others

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Even though there is lots of talk of a crypto winter, Dan Held, director of growth marketing at crypto exchange Kraken, said the sentiment for this current market cycle is different. read more

Instagram is currently down for some users

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If you’re having problems accessing Instagram today, you’re not alone. The social media giant is currently experiencing some problems, according to reports on third-party web monitoring service Downdetector. The website indicates that issues began... read more

Lab, crab and robotic rehab

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I was in Berkeley a couple of months back, helping TechCrunch get its proverbial ducks in a row before our first big climate event (coming in a few weeks, folks). Professor Ken Goldberg, who’s helped play a big role in a number of our robotics... read more

Twitter investors sue Elon Musk over acquisition shenanigans

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The world’s richest man isn’t above trying to get a discount, apparently. In a new lawsuit, Twitter shareholders are suing Elon Musk, alleging that he manipulated the price of the company’s stock for his own benefit in the course of agreeing to... read more

Does WeWork’s Adam Neumann really deserve his second chance?

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Plenty of entrepreneurs have used the crypto boom to plot the next step of their Silicon Valley character arcs, but few of them have an active television series chronicling their misdeeds. This week, Adam Neumann made his post-WeWork debut,... read more