Elon Musk shopping for Twitter in spite of everything, the ‘subsequent Mark Zuckerberg’ and fare thee effectively, Stadia
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Stadia’s demise: Devin opined on the latest Stadia shutdown, saying the surprising demise of the gaming service was the fault of 1 entity alone: Google. He writes: “No one trusts Google. It has exhibited such poor understanding of what people want, need and will pay for that at this point, people are wary of investing in even its more popular products.”
This Week in Elon Musk: First he stepped in it when he waded into the Russia-Ukraine warfare along with his model of a peace plan that Connie characterised as not very well-received. And then he lastly stated he’d purchase Twitter in spite of everything. Twitter advised us that the “Musk parties” despatched them a letter expressing the billionaire’s intention to undergo with the acquisition, supplied the trial between the 2, which was scheduled to start out October 17, didn’t happen. As Taylor and Harri stated of their story, nevertheless, “given Musk’s chaotic nature, it’s possible that another wrench could be thrown into the works.”
Fizz to the “next Mark Zuckerberg”: An app created by former Stanford college students to restrict social isolation throughout faculty campuses acquired a $4.5 million spherical this week. The founder, a Stanford dropout, “set out to build an app by college students, for college students, seeking to help his fellow classmates feel less lonely and form meaningful connections on campus.”
Google in your Lock Screen: iOS 16 customers aren’t restricted solely to Apple widgets on their new Lock Screens. Google made good on its promise to make its apps out there as widgets for fast entry. Gmail, Google News, Drive and Chrome at the moment are out there, with Search and Apps coming.
Search in style: South Korean search firm Naver stated it plans to buy attire market Poshmark for $1.2 billion in money.
Edu breach: In what seems to be the biggest training breach shortly, hackers launched a cache of information stolen throughout a cyberattack towards the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Didn’t have time to tune in to all of Thealike’s podcasts this week? Here’s what you may’ve missed:
- For Found this week, we rereleased an episode on delivering distant abortion care with Kiki Freedman from Hey Jane. She additionally tells us about how her expertise at Uber knowledgeable her founder mentality and the way the startup hopes to vary the healthcare business.
- Chain Reaction linked with Edward Saatchi, an knowledgeable within the web3 house and the founding father of The Culture DAO and Fable who mentioned how rising applied sciences can allow new types of storytelling and the way sectors like crypto and AI are altering what the metaverse may seem like.
- Amanda joined Alex this week on the Wednesday episode of Equity to speak in regards to the creator economic system.
- On The TC Podcast, Haje Jan Kamps, stepping in for Darrell Etherington, talks with Dominic-Madori Davis about how conservative VCs are shaping the startup panorama and, by extension, the world. He additionally talked with Taylor Hatmaker about all issues Elon.
- And take a look at the Thealike Live podcast, which is the audio model of our weekly Thealike Live present. This week, hear how Mammoth Biosciences Trevor Martin attracted the very best companions to type the corporate, together with Mayfield companion Ursheet Parikh, who wrote an early funding examine. Step one? It begins with the imaginative and prescient and mission.
What hides behind the Thealike+ paywall? Lots of actually nice stuff! It’s the place we get to step away from the unrelenting news cycle and go a bit deeper on the stuff you inform us you want most. The most-read TC+ stuff this week?
Five key IP concerns for AI startups: Early-stage startups are creating new AI-based options however may not know whether or not the tech will be protected and the easiest way to do it. IP companion at regulation agency Foley & Lardner LLP, and senior counsel and IP lawyer at regulation agency Foley & Lardner LLP, present steering for younger corporations.
Vori’s pitch deck: Haje brings you one other pitch deck teardown, this time from Vori, which raised to a $10 million Series A. Want your pitch deck featured on TC+? Here’s extra info. Also, take a look at all our Pitch Deck Teardowns and other pitching advice, all collected in a single helpful place for you! In on this?
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