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March 27, 2019
[TECH NEWS] EA lays off 350 people

[TECH NEWS] EA lays off 350 people

Though Apex Legends continues to be a bright spot for EA, the game publisher and the industry as a whole still have hurdles ahead. Today, EA confirmed that it laid off 350 people in marketing, publishing and other departments. Kotaku obtained an email sent to employees by EA CEO Andrew Wilson, which said that the…
March 27, 2019
[TECH NEWS] Microsoft, Adobe and SAP prepare to expand their Open Data Initiative

[TECH NEWS] Microsoft, Adobe and SAP prepare to expand their Open Data Initiative

At last year’s Microsoft Ignite conference, the CEOs of Microsoft, Adobe and SAP took the stage to announce the launch of the Open Data Initiative. The idea behind this effort was to make it easier for their customers to move data between each others’ services by standardizing on a common data format and helping them…
March 27, 2019
[TECH NEWS] Apply to Startup Battlefield and TC Top Picks at Disrupt SF 2019

[TECH NEWS] Apply to Startup Battlefield and TC Top Picks at Disrupt SF 2019

Listen up, founders. We’re scanning the globe for the absolute best early-stage startups that want to make the absolute most of their Disrupt San Francisco 2019 experience. How can you do that? Apply now to participate in Startup Battlefield and our TC Top Picks program. One application puts you in the running for both opportunities…
March 27, 2019
[TECH NEWS] Microsoft sues to take control of domains involved in Iran hacking campaign

[TECH NEWS] Microsoft sues to take control of domains involved in Iran hacking campaign

Microsoft has won a restraining order in a U.S. court in order to take control of domains used by an Iranian hacker group. The software and cloud giant applied to the court in order to take control of 99 websites used by the hacker group, known as Phosphorus or APT 35, in various hacking operations.…
March 27, 2019
[TECH NEWS] Daily Crunch: Chinese giants fund ride-hailing challenger

[TECH NEWS] Daily Crunch: Chinese giants fund ride-hailing challenger

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Alibaba, Tencent and other major names form $1.45B ride-hailing venture For the last two years, Didi has been the dominant car-hailing…
March 27, 2019
[TECH NEWS] Netflix is still too cheap

[TECH NEWS] Netflix is still too cheap

Ed Byrne Contributor Share on Twitter Ed Byrne is an entrepreneur, investor and co-founder of Scaleworks. More posts by this contributor Don’t fear the big company ‘kill zones’ How do you know your product is priced too low? One way is when you raise the price between 13 and 18%, you have almost no churn, not many…
March 27, 2019
[TECH NEWS] Twitter took over a user’s account and joked about reading their DMs

[TECH NEWS] Twitter took over a user’s account and joked about reading their DMs

At a time when tech giants have come under fire for failing to protect the private data of their users, Twitter took over one of its users’ accounts for fun and then tweeted jokes about reading the account’s private messages. The account, to be clear, was willingly volunteered for this prank by social media consultant…
March 26, 2019
[TECH NEWS] Lola.com raises $37M to take on SAP and others in the world of business travel

[TECH NEWS] Lola.com raises $37M to take on SAP and others in the world of business travel

Business customers continue to be a huge target for the travel industry, and today a startup has raised a tidy sum to help it double down on the $1.7 trillion opportunity. Lola.com — a platform for business users to book and manage trips — has raised $37 million to continue building out its technology and…
March 26, 2019
[TECH NEWS] NASA cancels all-female spacewalk because it didn’t have enough spacesuits ready in the right size

[TECH NEWS] NASA cancels all-female spacewalk because it didn’t have enough spacesuits ready in the right size

That sad trombone you hear is the sound of NASA’s attempt at a history-making spacewalk falling apart. On Friday, NASA was planning to conduct its first all-female spacewalk, but realized it doesn’t have enough spacesuits that are the right size for its female astronauts. After conducting the first spacewalk this week, astronaut Anne McClain noted that…
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