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                                Porsche’s all-electric Taycan outsells its flagship 911 sports car

                                The all-electric Porsche Taycan outsold the German automaker’s iconic internal bustion-powered 911 sports car in the first nine months of the year, a milestone for the EV that was introduced

                                Coinbase goes fishing for Opensea’s catch

                                Hello and wele back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week was one of our strongest shows yet, with a wide diversity o

                                “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” will get major updates and “Happy Home Paradise” DLC on November 5

                                Nintendo announced today that “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” has some big updates in store, ing to the game on November 5. This includes the arrival of characters from past games like

                                Apple removes a popular Quran app in China after request from local regulators

                                Apple has removed Quran Majeed, a popular app for reading the Islamic religious text and other prayer-related information, in China, in pliance with Chinese government requests, according to a repo

                                Smartphone sales down 6% as chip shortages begin to impact market

                                Canalys reported this morning that global smartphone sales are off 6% this quarter, and it’s not because of lack of demand. It’s due to the worldwide chip shortage. The pandemic has had a

                                Founded by ex-Braintree and PayPal execs, Pagos raises $10M to offer API-driven payment intelligence

                                Pagos, a payment intelligence infrastructure startup founded by former Braintree and PayPal execs, has raised $10 million in seed funding. Started earlier this year, the remote-first Pagos is building

                                NFX-backed Pepper Bio Emerges from stealth with tools to hone in on plex diseases

                                There’s a clear pain point when it es to drug discovery: Depending on which study you cite, creating an approved drug costs anywhere from $985 million to $2.6 billion. And R&D returns have re

                                An interview with Visionary Founder/CEO on Large Unicorn’s IPO day

                                "We're going to unlock the potential of the power, the power of potentiality, and, potentially, power itself."

                                Clarifai moves beyond puter vision to manage panies’ unstructured data

                                Clarifai enables customers to make sense of the 90% of unstructured data they have using artificial intelligence.

                                TechCrunch+ roundup: Mixpanel’s reset, smart growth, $100K referral bonuses

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                                3 steps tech innovators can take to create a more equal society

                                Tech accessibility is critical to social connection, professional proliferation and civic engagement. That's why we can't stop now. Here are three ways to build better technology for everyone.

                                Instacart shopper activists are going on strike

                                On Saturday, some Instacart shoppers will go on strike, protesting the pany’s low pay and lack of munication with its laborers. The action is led by the Gig Workers Collective, formed in e

                                Continuum unveils its on-demand access marketplace for top-tier executive talent

                                Continuum’s model does the outbound work for panies and presents a list of executives, within 48 hours, who are available to start that day, working 15 or 20 hours per week.

                                Tesla debuts new car insurance that uses Texans’ real-time driving behavior

                                Tesla now offers car insurance in Texas, its new home state, after first launching the product in California. It calculates a customer's insurance premium using their real-time driving behavior.

                                Clubhouse gives musicians a new high-quality audio mode

                                Clubhouse added a new “music mode” this week, doubling down on its mitment to centering social audio in all its permutations. The new music mode will give musicians who play live on the

                                The venture bull market is great for founders, but not in the way they might expect

                                Venture firms have more dry powder, deal sizes are growing rapidly and valuations are soaring. But a closer look reveals that these trends apply very unequally across the funding continuum.

                                Core might be the Vegas of the metaverse

                                A self-described “endless arcade,” Core feels like a 90s cyberpunk fever dream e to life. Half playable game library, half no-code game creator, all neon lights, the new platform is a surprisin

                                Daily Crunch: Citing regulatory restrictions, Microsoft shuts down LinkedIn in China

                                Hello friends and wele to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.

                                McDonald’s will serve Beyond Meat McPlant burgers in select US locations next month

                                After announcing a deal with Beyond Meat back in February, McDonald’s this morning announced that it is set to start selling plant-based Beyond Meat burgers in select locations next month. Starting

                                Reliable Robotics lifts $100M to take autonomous cargo planes where none have gone before

                                When flying cargo from one part of the world to another, you typically need a pilot for two parts: The take-off and the landing. As so elegantly outlined in the 1980 Jim Abrahams movie !Airplane &#821
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