Startups are giving artists the music-making and audience outreach tools to blow up on TikTok and Spotify.
TikTok’s parent -- ByteDance -- is offering other businesses its recommendation algorithms and video tools.
We had some laughs about inflation-free cookouts, the Gulf of Mexico and The Zuck.
Customers are clamoring for beverages with collagen (for skin), nootropics (for mood), and melatonin (for sleep).
Amazon has done 80+ deals in which it asks for stock warrants in exchange for a vendor deal.
Founded in 2009, Doximity is a social network for doctors. It has 80%+ of America’s physicians on its platform and had revenue of $200m+ in 2020.
Microsoft has bundled its messaging service (Teams) into its new operating system update.
SoftBank has invested $80B+ into 264 startups. It still has $40B+ to burn.
Roku was spun out of Netflix in 2009. Today, it’s worth $50B+ and creating its own content.
The business of tomato farming has taken over Twitter. Here's how it happened.
Tokyo raised $3B+ from local sponsors, while major global brands have chipped in $500m+. They probably won’t get their money’s worth this year.
5 proposed bills from US lawmakers will take on Big Tech -- Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google -- by making it harder for them to acquire new businesses and force them to even the playing field.
El Salvador’s decision to make bitcoin legal tender could change how the IRS taxes people and how corporations use bitcoin.
Facebook wants to make shared VR spaces; Shopify wants to fit your clothes virtually; Microsoft wants to send you wellness insights.
Highlights from Apple’s latest Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Pasta packaging can be very wasteful. Flat-packed pasta that changes shape in boiling water could be the solution.