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1 Extra Crunch roundup: A fistful of IPOs, Affirm's Peloton problem, Zoom Apps and more
2 Liquid unicorns, accelerating transitions, and Gen Z’s venture impact
3 Tracking the growth of low-code, no-code startups
4 How one VC firm wound up with no-code startups as part of its investing thesis
5 Nigel Sussman speaks on Downtown Berkeley's 'Peace and Joy' mural
6 Why you have to pay attention to the Indian startup scene
7 Venture capital gets less diverse in 2020
8 Snowflake, Unity, JFrog move towards IPOs despite public market turmoil
9 Digging into the next wave of tech IPOs
10 Royals expert weighs in on Prince Charles succession drama
11 Is the vaunted cloud acceleration falling flat?
12 Was Snowflake’s IPO mispriced or just misunderstood?
13 Bear and bull cases for Unity’s IPO
14 Extra Crunch Friday roundup: Edtech funding surges, Poland VC survey, inside Shift’s SPAC plan, more
15 Top 10 Best Demand Hot Water Heaters 2020
16 VCs reload ahead of the election as unicorns power ahead
17 The TechCrunch Exchange: What’s an IPO to a SPAC?
18 The week’s biggest IPO news had nothing to do with Monday’s S-1 deluge
19 Palantir and the great revenue mystery
20 Our favorite Science illustrations of 2019
21 IPO mistakes, fintech results and the Zenefits ‘mafia’
22 The Exchange: Unicorn IPOs, tech earnings and my favorite VC round from the week
23 The Exchange: IPO season, self-driving misfires and a fintech letdown
24 The Exchange: Remote dealmaking, rapid-fire IPOs and how much $250M buys you
25 Lessons from Datto’s IPO pricing and revenue multiple
26 How has Corsair Gaming posted such impressive pre-IPO numbers?
27 Is the Twilio-Segment deal expensive?
28 What would Databricks be worth in a 2021 IPO?
29 How unicorns helped venture capital get later, and bigger
30 The Exchange: Which VCs are the most popular, why enterprise startups are hot, and how patient are public investors?
31 How COVID-19 and the resulting recession are impacting female founders
32 Six favorite Techstars startups ahead of its next rush of demo days
33 Zoom’s Q2 report details some of the most extraordinary growth I’ve ever seen
34 2020 IPO report card: Are tech’s newest public companies meeting expectations?
35 VCs pour funding into edtech startups as COVID-19 shakes up the market
36 Funding for mental health-focused startups rises in 2020
37 Unpacking the Sumo Logic S-1 filing
38 Announcing The TechCrunch List, a founder-friendly directory of first check and lead VCs
39 As the world stays home, edtech’s Q2 venture totals rose sharply
40 JFrog and Snowflake’s aggressive IPO pricing point to strong demand for cloud shares
41 Why e-commerce startups aren’t raising more funding during this historic boom
42 Duck Creek seeks $3B valuation for its software IPO
43 3 VCs discuss the state of SaaS investing in 2020
44 SaaS stocks survive earnings, keeping the market warm for software startups, exits
45 Understanding Hippo’s valuation in a post-Lemonade IPO world
46 Edtech exits are increasing, but by how much?
47 An unsurprising wave of video-focused startups is trying to make video calls better
48 Are insurtech startups undervalued?
49 Introducing The Exchange, your daily dive into the private markets
50 Berkeley Muralist's New 'Alphabet Compendium' a Must for Wordsmiths + Art Lovers
51 As layoffs slow and churn improves, is startup health improving?
52 As Q3 kicks off, four more companies join the $100M ARR club
53 Illustrator Nigel Sussman creates alphabet book in the style of 'Where's Waldo?'
54 TBID's Stuart Baker bids a fond farewell to Telegraph Avenue
55 3 questions for Lemonade’s IPO
56 Startups Weekly: The US is finally getting serious about 5G
57 With 600+ more founder recommendations, the second revision of The TechCrunch List is coming next week
58 Startups Weekly: US visa freeze is latest reason to build remote-first
59 Raising VC is tough. Submit your investors today to our first-check database, The TechCrunch List
60 Niantic’s engineering chief explains why a gaming company is building a 3D map of the world
61 Noise Pop Announces Fourth Wave of Artists for 2020 Festival
62 Behind Berkeley's Big New Mural on Telegraph Avenue
63 California Academy Of Science Virtual Nightlife
64 Lyft will soon let riders pay for rides with Venmo
65 N26 hires Adrienne Gormley as its new chief operating officer
66 Ukip expels senior official over 'antisemitic abuse' at Christmas party
67 Razer’s Android gaming controller is available now for $80
68 Menlo Park startup chooses midcentury stunner for new home [Correction]
69 Snap shares explode after blowing past earnings expectations
70 SoftBank confirms it may sell some of its T-Mobile stake
71 Smart driving assistant Automatic is shutting down
72 Google starts highlighting virtual care options in Search and Maps
73 Boston Dynamics’ Spot finds a new career in telemedicine amid COVID-19 pandemic
74 Is your startup the next TikTok?
75 Quibi had a launch day outage
76 Curbside pickup at retail stores is still taboo in Berkeley, but some now offer home delivery
77 Apple is bringing spatial audio to AirPods Pro
78 Microsoft Teams goes down — just as everyone starts working from home
79 Six things venture capitalists are looking for in your pitch
80 LogDNA announces $25M Series C investment and new CEO
81 Industrial AI startup Covariant raises a $40M Series B
82 Volkswagen prepares to halt production at European plants, likely for a few weeks
83 Around town with Allison: Wall to wall! Instagram-worthy walls in Berkeley
84 Harry Potter, the Platform, and the Future of Niantic
85 European quantum computing startup takes its funding to €32M with fresh raise
86 Superhuman and Eventjoy founders announce $7 million angel fund
87 The Niantic EC-1
88 Firefly Aerospace signs customer Spaceflight for Alpha rocket launch in 2021
89 Nintendo’s online Switch services are experiencing an outage when we need them most
90 Firefly Aerospace investigating a fire that resulted from a test of its Alpha rocket’s engines
91 Startups Weekly: What education do you need to build a great tech company?
92 Bezos details Amazon’s COVID-19 testing plans in shareholder letter
93 Lime is laying off about 100 people and ceasing operations in 12 markets
94 Netflix’s horrible autoplay previews can be turned off
95 Facebook has acquired Scape Technologies, the London-based computer vision startup
96 Xplore teams up with Nanoracks for commercial deep space exploration
97 Noise Pop Festival Expands 2020 Music Lineup
98 Apple says its supply chains and products will be carbon neutral by 2030
99 India restores social media access in Kashmir for 2 weeks
100 ZTE is being investigated over possible bribery