HQ Trivia and Vine co-founder Colin Kroll discovered useless of suspected overdose – TechCrunch

December 16, 2018

Colin Kroll, the 35-year-old co-founder and CEO of the HQ Trivia app, has been discovered useless of an obvious drug overdose in his condominium, TechCrunch has confirmed. A spokesman for the NYPD advised us {that a} feminine referred to as 911 for a wellness verify on Kroll’s condominium and he was discovered useless inside at […]

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Fb reorganizes Oculus for AR/VR’s long-haul – TechCrunch

November 3, 2018

Fb is once more seeking to whip Oculus into form for its 10-year journey in direction of making digital actuality mainstream. In accordance with two sources, Fb reorganized its AR and VR group this week from a divisional construction centered round merchandise to a purposeful construction centered round expertise areas of experience. Whereas nobody was […]

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Important lays off almost one-third of its employees – TechCrunch

October 17, 2018

Layoffs are by no means a simple tablet to swallow, however for Important, it appears the writing was on the wall for some time with this one. After months of experiences highlighting its struggles, the Andy Rubin-led smartphone startup has introduced some main layoffs. All instructed, the corporate shall be shedding round 30 p.c of […]

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Shasta Ventures is doubling down on safety startups with three new hires – TechCrunch

October 10, 2018

Early-stage enterprise capital agency Shasta Ventures has introduced on three new faces to beef up its enterprise software program and safety portfolio amid an enormous push to “go deeper” into cybersecurity, per Shasta’s managing director Doug Pepper. Balaji Yelamanchili (above left), the previous common supervisor and government vice chairman of Symantec’s enterprise safety enterprise unit, joins […]

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Federal appeals courtroom guidelines Uber drivers should arbitrate claims – TechCrunch

September 25, 2018

A federal appeals courtroom has handed a defeat to Uber drivers who have been suing the corporate in three separate lawsuits over claims that they have been misclassified as impartial contractors as an alternative of full-time staff. The litigants should undergo arbitration to pursue their claims towards the corporate reasonably than have the claims heard […]

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Kevin Rose’s fasting app Zero beefs up with new CEO, $1.2M funding – TechCrunch

September 5, 2018

How fasting helped Mike Maser beat most cancers and get again to startups Josh Constine @ / 7 hours Most cancers virtually killed the acquisition of video exercise startup FitStar and its co-founder Mike Maser, who’s simply develop into the CEO of the #1 fasting app Zero. It was a dream that become a nightmare. […]

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Distributed groups are rewriting the principles of workplace(much less) politics – TechCrunch

August 18, 2018

After we assume about designing our dream residence, we don’t consider having a thousand roommates in the identical room with no doorways or partitions. But in immediately’s office the place we spend most of our day, the purveyors of company workplace design insist that tearing down partitions and bringing extra individuals nearer collectively in the […]

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Nest’s CEO is stepping down – TechCrunch

July 18, 2018

5 months in the past, Google determined to rein in Nest. After 4 years as a largely unbiased division of the corporate, Nest was rolled into Google’s {hardware} workforce. As we speak, extra large modifications: Nest CEO Marwan Fawaz is stepping down, in accordance with a report by CNET. The rationale? Staff at Nest had […]

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Fb reportedly hires AI chip head from Google – TechCrunch

July 14, 2018

Fb is continuous to dedicate extra assets to the event of AI-focused chips, bringing aboard a senior director of engineering from Google who labored on chips for Google’s merchandise to guide its efforts, Bloomberg reviews. We’ve reached out to Google and Fb for affirmation. Shahriar Rabii spent practically seven years at Google earlier than becoming […]

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Xerox CEO is out forward of deliberate Fujifilm deal – TechCrunch

May 2, 2018

The Xerox/Fujifilm deal was by no means a given for any variety of causes. Now the deliberate takeover has been thrown into much more doubt, as Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson and 6 board members are stepping down. The transfer is taken into account an enormous win for Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason, who’ve been making […]

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