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China Roundup: GitHub’s China ambitions and WeWork rival’s big hopes

China Roundup: GitHub’s China ambitions and WeWork rival’s big hopes Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. This week, we are looking at how WeWork’s largest rival in China […]

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Is Facebook dead to Gen Z?

Is Facebook dead to Gen Z? Olivia Moore Contributor Share on Twitter Olivia Moore is a venture investor at CRV and co-founded Cardinal Ventures alongside her sister, Justine. More posts by this contributor After a breakout year, looking ahead to the future of podcasting What VidCon means for the future of social […]

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An iOS bug in AirDrop let anyone temporarily lock-up nearby iPhones

An iOS bug in AirDrop let anyone temporarily lock-up nearby iPhones Apple has fixed a bug in iOS 13.3, out today, which let anyone temporarily lock users out of their iPhones and iPads by forcing their devices into an inescapable loop. Kishan Bagaria found a bug in AirDrop, which allows users to […]

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Vinted, the second-hand clothes marketplace, raises $141M at a $1B+ valuation

Vinted, the second-hand clothes marketplace, raises 1M at a B+ valuation The market for second-hand clothes — the “circular economy” as it’s sometimes called — has been on the rise in the last several years, fuelled by economic crunches, a desire to make more responsible and less wasteful fashion choices, and a […]

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Twitter to add a way to ‘memorialize’ accounts for deceased users before removing inactive ones

Twitter to add a way to ‘memorialize’ accounts for deceased users before removing inactive ones Twitter has changed its tune regarding inactive accounts after receiving a lot of user feedback: It will now be developing a way to “memorialize” user accounts for those who have passed away, before proceeding with a plan […]

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Hulu is down, appears to be a major outage

Hulu is down, appears to be a major outage Hulu is currently down. We’re not sure why, and neither does Hulu. A stream of tweets complaining about the outage surfaced Sunday morning on the U.S. east coast, but it seems like a global outage. In response, Hulu’s Twitter support didn’t seem to […]

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Equity Dive: Poshmark’s origin story with co-founder & CEO Manish Chandra

Equity Dive: Poshmark’s origin story with co-founder & CEO Manish Chandra Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. We have something a bit different for you this week. Equity co-host Kate Clark recently sat down with Manish Chandra, the co-founder and chief […]

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GitHub launches a mobile app, smarter notifications and improved code search

GitHub launches a mobile app, smarter notifications and improved code search At its annual Universe conference today, Microsoft -owned GitHub announced a couple of new products, as well as the general availability of a number of tools that developers have been able to test for the last few months. The two announcements […]

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JetPack Aviation raises $2M to build the prototype of its flying motorcycle

JetPack Aviation raises M to build the prototype of its flying motorcycle Flying cars are fine – but why use a car when you can have a motorcycle instead? YC-backed startup JetPack Aviation wants to answer that question with the world’s first flying motorcycle, a personal aircraft dubbed ‘The Speeder,’ a name […]

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Facebook pilloried over iPhone ‘secret camera access’ bug

Facebook pilloried over iPhone ‘secret camera access’ bug Facebook has faced a barrage of concern over an apparent bug that resulted in the social media giant’s iPhone app exposing the camera as users scroll through their feed. A tweet over the weekend blew up after Joshua Maddux tweeted a screen recording of […]

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