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Rippling raises $45M at $270M to be the biz app identity layer

Posted on: April 24, 2019, in Blog

Parker Conrad’s last startup, Zenefits, drowned in busy work. Now with Rippling The past few years have seen a Cambrian explosion of startups building specialty software for office productivity and collaboration. But that’s left customers struggling to get their teams set up on all these fragmented tools. As such, Rippling had a very good first […]

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Googles anti-trans controversy is the latest case of big tech overcorrecting to the right

Posted on: April 24, 2019, in Blog

Google just smoothed over one spat with the LGBT community, but it’s already well into the next one. Last week, in an effort to monitor the ethical development of artificial intelligence and presumably to assuage public concern, Google launched an eight-person advisory group dedicated to the task. Controversially, Google included Heritage Foundation President Kay Cole […]

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Okta brings identity management to server level

Posted on: April 23, 2019, in Blog

Since it was founded in 2009, Okta has been focused on protecting identity — first for individuals in the cloud, and later at the device level. Today at its Oktane customer conference, the company announced a new level of identity protection at the server level. The new tool, called Advanced Server Access, provides identity management […]

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Gmail turns 15, gets Smart Compose improvements and email scheduling

Posted on: April 23, 2019, in Blog

Exactly 15 years ago, Google decided to confuse everybody by launching its long-awaited web-based email client on April 1. This definitely wasn’t a joke, though, and Gmail went on to become one of Google’s most successful products. Today, to celebrate its fifteenth birthday (and maybe make you forget about today’s final demise of Inbox and […]

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TechCrunch (Extra Crunch) is looking for great startup guest authors

Posted on: April 22, 2019, in Blog

In the six weeks since we launched Extra Crunch, we’ve seen that readers and subscribers really want the latest practical tips and warnings about building a company — from the people on the cutting edge. You may remember, however, that the Crunch Network for contributors a couple of years ago, in favor of an invite-only […]

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Cloudflares Warp is a VPN that might actually make your mobile connection better

Posted on: April 22, 2019, in Blog

Since its launch on our stage way back in 2010, Cloudflare has focused on making the internet faster and more modern — but the mobile internet has until recently been beyond its reach. Today the company introduced a new service called Warp described as “the VPN for people who don’t know what VPN stands for.” […]

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Adobe announces deeper data sharing partnership with Microsoft around accounts

Posted on: April 21, 2019, in Blog

Microsoft and Adobe have been building a relationship for some time, and today at Adobe Summit in Las Vegas the two companies announced a deeper integration between the two platforms. It involves sharing Marketo data, the company that Adobe acquired last September for $4.75 billion. Because it’s marketers, they were duty-bound to give it a […]

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Twitter introduces a battery-saving Lights Out dark-mode option

Posted on: April 21, 2019, in Blog

As promised back in January by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, the company today is rolling out an even darker version of the app’s existing dark mode. Before, Twitter’s dark theme was more of a blue-ish shade instead of a true black, which not everyone seemed to like. Now, there’s an optional setting that makes the […]

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EC Weekly: Gaming, crypto, shipping and the multiple future strategies of tech

Posted on: April 20, 2019, in Blog

Niantic EC-1 Bryce Durbin / TechCrunch Game streaming is quickly becoming one of the most important strategic arenas for owning users, with offerings from all major tech and gaming companies. Devin Coldewey provided a comprehensive strategic overview of the stakes involved this week, and why so much money is being poured into a technology that […]

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Remote workers and nomads represent the next tech hub

Posted on: April 20, 2019, in Blog

Amid calls for a dozen different global cities to replace Silicon Valley — Austin, Beijing, London, New York — nobody has yet nominated “nowhere.” But it’s now a possibility. There are two trends to unpack here. The first is startups that are fully, or almost fully, remote, with employees distributed around the world. There’s a […]

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