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Best TechCrunch podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best TechCrunch podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Equity is TechCrunch’s venture capital podcast. In each episode, we bring you the numbers behind the headlines in Venture Captial. TechCrunch reporter Alex Wilhelm teams up with Danny Crichton and Natasha Mascarenhas to give a window into startup land.
 
Secret Leaders promises a collection of contrasting, irreverent interviews with the high-flying CEOs and forward-thinking founders of some of the most successful businesses in the UK and the US right now, including Martha Lane Fox (Lastminute.com), Anne Boden (Starling Bank), Jed McCaleb (Ripple, Mt.Gox and Stellar) and Jason Calacanis (first Uber investor).
 
The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast is a show dedicated to hardware, hardware startups, and fun gear from major manufacturers. Each week we discuss the hot news and offer our unique views on the gadgets and gizmos that change our lives. It features the TechCrunch Gadgets team, including John Biggs, Matt Burns, Romain Dillet, Jordan Crook, Natasha Lomas and Greg Kumparak.
 
Mokriya is a design-focused mobile development studio based in Cupertino, CA. Our apps for Craigslist, Sidecar, Hipster, and many more have delighted millions of users. We've helped companies from startups to fully-scaled enterprises realize their mobile product visions, and our UX specialists, product designers, and top-tier developers can help you realize yours, too. We believe in agile development (of course), open communication and trust (we give you full access to the codebase from day ...
 
Bloggers Unite! BlogTalkRadio is joining forces with “Blog Action Day 2008: Poverty” to take the conversation to all four corners of the globe. On Wednesday, October 15, the network will host a 12-hour Talkathon for Poverty Relief. Airing from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. EDT, the program will be anchored live from Denver, Colorado, by BlogActionDay.org’s Easton Ellsworth, with BlogTalkRadio hosts – including Tom D’Antoni of D’Antoni and Levine, Reuben Torres of Let’s Get Real, Charles Mattocks of The ...
 
This is my attempt at bringing more fun and comedy into the dry business world. What is up? I'm Steve Young not that Steve Young hence the Steve P. Young. He played football, I played badminton. He's tall, I'm short. He's handsome, I'm okay looking (but handsome for an Asian). I love talking to people especially entrepreneurs. I love hearing stories of how they grew up and what made them become an entrepreneur. And I love playing games. I'm tired of listening to the same old business podcast ...
 
Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, new products and more. If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com. Clammr is a social audio discovery app that users call Audio Instagram and Audio Twitter. It features 18-second audio highlights and previews in a person​alize ...
 
The Meet AI series was introduced by London AI start up Emotech last year with the ambition to explore a host of different topics and themes within the world of AI.Emotech was founded on the vision of bringing emotion into our interaction with AI, redefining the relationship between humans and technology, prioritising values such as understanding, empathy and intuition, meaning interest in not just machine learning, but also neuroscience, psychology, game development.Emotech have brought thi ...
 
Every week Wayne Scott from brings together a team of technology journalists from www.ITProPortal.com to discuss, share analysis and argue about the biggest Tech News stories of the past week. From enterprise and business technology, to tech start ups, consumer gadgets, office IT and mobile you can get informed here. Plus join us live at some of the many technology shows around the world like CeBit, IFA, Infosec, The Gadget Show and much more !
 
Balderton Capital are one of Europe's largest tech VCs, investing the best breakthrough technology companies in the continent. This podcast will share weekly insights for those at the forefront of the European technology scene: our partners, investment team, portfolio companies, and other selected experts and contributors. The 'cast will be a worthwhile listen for anyone who is looking to raise venture capital investment, building a technology company from the ground up, or is enthusiastic a ...
 
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Vast monoculture farms outstripped the ability of bee populations to pollinate them naturally long ago, but the techniques that have arisen to fill that gap are neither precise nor modern. Israeli startup BeeHero aims to change that by treating hives both as living things and IoT devices, tracking health and pollination progress practically in real…
 
Ep 7, S4, Grading Harley-Davidson's Electric Motorcycle, TechCrunch Contributing Writer, Jake Bright talks about how he grades LiveWire In this podcast, John and Mark revisit with Jake Bright, Contributing Writer to Tech Crunch and electric motorcycle enthusiast. Jake offers his grading policy for the new Harley-Davidson LiveWire. This is a provoca…
 
Steve O’Hear (@sohear) is best known as a technology journalist, currently at TechCrunch where he focuses on European startups, companies and products. In June 2011, Steve took a break from journalism to co-found the London and Prague-based startup Beepl. In his role as CEO, he helped the company raise its first VC round, along with seeing the Ques…
 
The post E1068 AMA: NEA’s Ben Narasin takes questions from founders: most important content in a pitch deck, COVID’s impact on dealmaking, traits he looks for in founders & more! appeared first on This Week In Startups.By ThisWeekInStartups.com
 
The post E1067: Garry Tan, Managing Partner & Co-Founder of Initialized Capital, on dealing with downstream investors as a Seed-stage firm, software companies acting as governments, possibility of building IPO-level companies while fully-distributed & much more! appeared first on This Week In Startups.…
 
The greatest comedy in television history became a part of the Disney family when the mega-corporation gobbled up Fox last year, like so many forbidden donuts. Beyond having to make nice with the cartoon mouse American’s family had so openly antagonized over the decades, the deal meant that The Simpsons would have a permanent home […]…
 
We may be in the thick of a pandemic with all of the economic fallout that comes from that, but certain aspects of technology don’t change no matter the external factors. Storage is one of them. In fact, we are generating more digital stuff than ever, and Wasabi, a Boston-based startup that has figured out […]…
 
Why’s this on TechCrunch? We hear that occasionally when posting things outside of our general programming. Generally, there’s a tech hook; there isn’t here with this $100,000 2020 Lotus Evora GT. The Lotus Evora GT is supersized go-kart with nary an advanced technical feature. And I love it. While most cars are coming equipped with […]…
 
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week's show took a break from regularly scheduled programming. Our co-host Alex Wilhelm, who usually leads us through the show, was on some deserved vacation, so Danny Crichton and Natasha Mascarenhas took the reign…
 
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new version of its flagship model, the Raspberry Pi 4. In addition to the models that come with 2GB and 4GB of RAM, there’s a new 8GB model. This model costs $75, which makes it the most expensive Raspberry Pi out there. As always, you get a single-board […]…
 
Gogoro, the mobility company best known for its SmartScooters, revealed details about its new ebike brand Eeyo today. Eeyo will launch with two lightweight models, both powered by the SmartWheel, a self-contained hub designed by the company that integrates motors, batteries, sensors and smart connectivity technology. Eeyo is the first product that …
 
You don’t need a green thumb and a big backyard to grow baskets of fresh produce. In fact, according to Chicago-based Rise Gardens, you probably just need a bookshelf’s worth of space in your living room and an app. Rise Gardens, an indoor hydroponic gardening system, has raised $2.6 million in seed funding for home-grown […]…
 
Austin Soldner and Michael Schaecher, the co-founders of the new sunglasses brand Futuremood, met at the newly formed San Francisco research and development lab created by the high end audio tech developer Bose. The two were tasked with working on Bose’s sunglasses wearable and bonded over a shared interest in sneakers and fashion. Over many […]…
 
The post E1066: The Power of Accelerators E6 David Brown, CEO & Co-Founder of TechStars on leading the virtual accelerator trend, benefits of going global, sustained vs. temporary changes from COVID & more! appeared first on This Week In Startups.By ThisWeekInStartups.com
 
Browser developers love to add small Easter Eggs to their apps to help you while away the hours when your Interent is down, for example. Chrome has long had the Dino game, that you can start from the ‘No internet’ error screen, for example. With its surf game, Microsoft’s Edge team built something similar into […]…
 
Student loans are both a trillion-dollar debt category and also one of the most popular mini-verticals out there in fintech startup investing right now. There are dozens if not hundreds of companies in the space, and they all mostly do one of two things: either they help students think through their student loan options before […]…
 
New numbers from Gartner show a sizable — if not unexpected — decline in device shipments for 2020. According to the analyst firm, the category (including phones, tablets and PCs) is currently on track to decline 13.6% for the year. An already struggling smartphone market takes a big hit from COVID-19 COVID-19 is, naturally, largely […]…
 
As AI has grown from niche to mission-critical technology, the companies that enable it have multiplied and in many cases prospered. A good example of that success is DefinedCrowd, which has gone from the Disrupt stage to globe-spanning AI toolkit to the Fortune 500 in just a couple years. The company just raised a new […]…
 
Security researchers have found a major vulnerability in almost every version of Android, which lets malware imitate legitimate apps to steal app passwords and other sensitive data. The vulnerability, dubbed Strandhogg 2.0 (named after the Norse term for a hostile takeover) affects all devices running Android 9.0 and earlier. It’s the “evil twin” t…
 
Tax-advantaged benefits, like flexible spending accounts, can save employees in the United States thousands of dollars annually, and reduce the amount of payroll taxes companies pay. But those benefits are often underutilized, simply because they can be confusing to navigate. Benepass wants to make the process easier with a mobile app that centrali…
 
Good morning and welcome back to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a brief jumpstart for your week. This is a messed-up edition, because we are both hosting Equity Monday on Tuesday (because that makes sense) and our normal host Alex Wilhelm is on vacation, leaving (editor’s note: poor and massively underpaid) managing editor Danny Crichton to wake up ea…
 
IBM confirmed reports from over night that it is conducting layoffs, but wouldn’t provide details related to location, departments or number of employees involved. The company framed it in terms of replacing people with more needed skills as it tries to regroup under new CEO Arvind Krishna. “IBM’s work in a highly competitive marketplace requires […
 
Learning to be happy is hard enough. Learning to be happy in the middle of a pandemic should be nigh on impossible. Not so, according to Mo Gawdat, former Chief Business Officer of Google [X], serial entrepreneur and author of “Solve for Happy: Engineering Your Path to Joy” (2017). Mo’s famous for bringing Google to 4 billion new users, but that’s …
 
In the days and weeks after Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the cybertruck — a post-apocalyptic inspired vehicle made of cold-rolled steel — there was a lot of speculation about whether it would be smaller once it actually made it to market. Production of the Cybertruck is still a long ways off. There isn’t even […]…
 
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