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SpaceX debuts portable Starlink Mini for $599

SpaceX unveiled Starlink Mini, a more portable version of its satellite internet product that is small enough to fit inside a backpack.  Early Starlink customers were invited to purchase the Starlink Mini kit for $599, according to an invitation sent … Continue reading

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Brex’s compliance head has left the fintech startup to join Andreessen Horowitz as a partner

Ali Rathod-Papier has stepped down from her role as global head of compliance at corporate card expense management startup Brex to join venture firm Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) as a partner and compliance officer, TechCrunch has exclusively learned. Rathod-Papier and a16z … Continue reading

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US bans sale of Kaspersky software citing security risk from Russia 

U.S. officials imposed the “first of its kind” ban arguing that Kaspersky threatens U.S. national security because of its links to Russia. © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

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Apple releases Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 and Final Cut Camera

Apple has released Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 and Final Cut Camera, the company announced on Thursday. Both apps were previously announced during the company’s iPad event in May. Apple also released updates for Final Cut Pro for Mac. … Continue reading

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Poolside is raising $400M+ at a $2B valuation to build a supercharged coding co-pilot

Paris has quickly established itself as a major European center for AI startups, and now another big deal is in the works. © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

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YouTube confirms crackdown on VPN users accessing cheaper Premium plans 

YouTube appears to be taking a firm stance against Premium subscribers who attempt to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to access cheaper subscription prices in other countries. This week, a number of users took to Reddit to express their … Continue reading

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Why Fisker failed 

Welcome back to TechCrunch Mobility — your central hub for news and insights on the future of transportation. Sign up here for free — just click TechCrunch Mobility! I’m back from holiday in Denmark and Germany, where I managed to … Continue reading

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EU Member States remain divided on controversial CSAM-scanning plan — but for how long?

A key body of European Union lawmakers remains stalled over a controversial legislative proposal that could see millions of users of messaging apps forced to agree to their photo and video uploads being scanned by AI to detect child sexual … Continue reading

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Labor shortages are still fueling growth at automation firms like GrayMatter

GrayMatter self-reports that its systems currently produce “a 2~4x improvement in production line productivity [and a] 30% or more reduction in consumable waste.” © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

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Boeing’s Starliner capsule took astronauts to space — now it needs to bring them back

The delays are not over for Boeing’s Starliner capsule. After years of delays, the aerospace giant finally launched the spacecraft earlier this month, but the two-person crew is currently due to spend more than double the planned amount of time … Continue reading

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