Think about it. Yes, you spent hours with your iPhone or Galaxy, played a lot of Fortnite perhaps and you'll never forget watching "Wonder Woman 1984" or "Soul" on a big screen TV at home for Christmas Day. But if there was any technology you really put in the multiple hours with, well, it was a four letter word, right? Zoom.
Plus.ai ( www.plus.ai ), a leading provider of self-driving truck technology, announced today it has received a ‘451 Firestarter’ Award from leading technology research and advisory firm 451 Research (now part of S&P Global Market Intelligence), recognizing the company for its technology and partnership momentum that paves the way for the commercialization of safe and efficient autonomous trucks.
This Boston-based company uses the most advanced technology on the planet — biology — to grow products instead of manufacturing them. The company’s technology platform is bringing biotechnology into a variety of consumer goods markets, enabling fragrance, cosmetic, nutrition and food companies to make better products.
When you think of a social network, you probably imagine news feeds, birthday reminders and baby photos. But the social network of the moment -- the one that's currently getting more app downloads than either Snapchat or TikTok -- looks a little different: It's a videoconferencing service called Zoom (ZM), where many peoples' work and social lives now unfold.
Founded in 2013 by African American entrepreneur Diishan Imira, 38, Mayvenn is the only venture-backed startup to take aim at the $6 billion U.S. market for human-hair extensions.
PlusAI Inc., a self-driving truck start founded by Stanford University grads, is reportedly in talks to raise $200 million in funding at a valuation of more than $1
MyHealthTeams, creator of the largest and fastest-growing social networks for people facing chronic health conditions, announced today it has raised $9.44 million in a Series B financing round led by strategic investor UCB, a global biopharmaceutical company.
At Carta, we’re building an ownership network that changes how assets are acquired, valued, and transacted. To propel Carta forward, we just raised our Series E.
As reported in our exclusive with TechCrunch, today we are excited to announce that we’ve secured $50 million in Series C funding from top-tier investors, including Blue Cloud Ventures, CRV, Harmony Partners, Stereo Capital, and Index Ventures, who led our Series B round.
DeepMotion is unveiling its digital avatar characters for Samsung’s family of Galaxy S10 smartphones.
Income Sharing Agreements are gaining the attention of higher education and Wall Street. Lambda School (TSVC Fund 4) is featured at New York Times.
Eric Yuan, founder and CEO of Zoom Video Communications, tops Glassdoor's 2018 list of the Top 100 CEOs in the U.S. for large companies.