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Meta plans hiring freeze, NASA shoots an asteroid, and Elon’s texts about Twitter are made public

Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly sum up some of the most read TechCrunch stories from the past seven days. → Read More

Alchemist Accelerator announces new leadership alongside its latest class of companies

Alchemist Accelerator, the enterprise-focused startup incubator, is hosting a Demo Day today for its 31st batch of companies. For many of these companies, it’s the first time they’ve shown their efforts to the world. The accelerator itself, meanwhile, has some news: new leadership. Rachel Chalmers, formerly the head of AlchemistX (a division of Alchemist that […] → Read More

GTA 6 footage leaks, Revolut gets hacked, and Wipro fires 300 for “moonlighting”

Hi, friends! Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we very quickly sum up the most read TechCrunch stories from the past week. Want it in your inbox every Saturday morning? Get it here. most read GTA 6 footage leaks: Roughly 90 clips of the next Grand Theft Auto game leaked out this […] → Read More

Adobe buys Figma, Uber gets hacked, and Google shrinks Area 120

Welcome to Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly sum up the most read TechCrunch stories from the last sevenish days. The goal? Even if you've had a busy week, a quick skim of WiR should keep you in the (tech) loop. → Read More

The week an Apple event and YC Demo Day collided

Happy Saturday, friends. Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we very quickly sum up the most read TechCrunch stories from the past week. Want it in your inbox every Saturday AM? Get it here. This week saw two big events running in parallel: an Apple hardware announcement and Y Combinator’s Demo Day. […] → Read More

Twenty-six years later, Quake gets ported to

Ever looked at your Apple Watch and thought “Dang, I just wish I could play the classic 1996 first-person shooter Quake on this thing!” … No? OK. But now you can! Developer Tomas “MyOwnClone” Vymazal was able to get Quake up and running on the watch; while Vymazal notes that existing open source Mac/iOS ports […] → Read More

Here’s everything Apple announced today at its “Far Out” iPhone event

New iPhones! New Apple Watches! New AirPods! Didn't have time to tune in to Apple Event 2022? We've summed up the most important parts here. → Read More

Apple readies its next iPhone, Joe Rogan interviews Zuck, and Twitter purportedly pauses plans to compete with OnlyFans

Hello again! Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly recap the last week’s worth of TechCrunch’s most read posts. Want it in your inbox every Saturday morning? Sign up here. Ready? Let’s just dive right in. most read What to expect from Apple’s iPhone event: Apple events tend to suck all […] → Read More

Hackers access DoorDash data, T-Mobile teams up with SpaceX, and eBay buys TCGplayer –

We're back with another edition of Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly break down the top stories to hit TC in the last seven days. → Read More

Apple patches nasty security bugs, HBO Max suddenly removes content, and a16z backs Neumann’s next thing –

Hello hello! We’re back with another edition of Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly recap the top stories to hit TechCrunch across the last seven days. Want it in your inbox? Sign up here. other stuff a16z backs WeWork founder’s new thing: When a company implodes hard enough that it inspires a miniseries, […] → Read More

Twilio gets hacked, teens ditch Facebook, and SpaceX takes South Korea to the moon –

Hi again! Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly recap the top stories from TechCrunch dot-com this week. Want it in your inbox every Saturday? Sign up here. Is Facebook for old people? If you’ve got a teenager around the house, you’ve probably heard them say as much. The most read […] → Read More

Amazon buys Roomba’s maker, Bolt vanishes, and YC slims down –

Hello again! Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly recap the top stories to cross TechCrunch dot-com over the past seven days. Want it in your inbox? Get it here. The most read story this week is kind of a wild one: Bolt Mobility, an on-demand bike/scooter rental company co-founded by […] → Read More

Gmail gets a new look, Instagram trips while trying to be TikTok and India blocks Battleground Mobile –

Hello hello! Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we do a quick rundown of the most-read TechCrunch stories from the past week. The idea: When you’ve had a busy few days, you should be able to skim Week in Review and still have a good idea of what’s up lately in tech. […] → Read More

Backbone’s mobile gaming controller gets an official PlayStation edition –

The Backone One is getting a new look. This morning, Backbone (the company behind the Backbone One, a really-dang-good controller accessory for the iPhone) debuted a new variant of its device: Backbone One PlayStation Edition. The idea behind the Backbone, for the unfamiliar: Take the Backbone, slide your iPhone (or, soon, Android device) into its […] → Read More

Google pauses hiring, Netflix loses nearly 1M customers, and Slack increases prices –

Hey, friends! It’s that time again. Another week has passed us by, which means another issue of Week in Review — the newsletter where we recap the top stories to hit TechCrunch’s front page in the past seven days. Sign up here! The top story this week was about a new set of documents detailing […] → Read More

Alt gets into lending to let you borrow money against your trading card collection –

We’ve written a few times about Alt, a platform that helps trading card collectors (think Pokémon, NBA, NFL, etc.) research, buy/sell and securely store high-value cards. This week, after a few months of quiet testing, the company is announcing a new product: Alt Advance. The idea? If you’ve got rare/valuable trading cards stored with Alt, […] → Read More

Slack is increasing prices and changing the way its free plan works

Slack notes the pricing changes only impact "Pro" plan users; teams on the Business+ plan or custom enterprise plans do not seem to be impacted. → Read More

Microsoft’s layoffs, Airlift’s shutdown and Lofi Girl’s unplanned study break

Hey, everyone! Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we recap the most read TechCrunch stories from the last seven days. Want it in your inbox? Sign up here! The most read story on the site this week was, once again, unfortunately, about layoffs — this time at Microsoft. While the company plans […] → Read More

Another wild week for Elon Musk –

Hello, friends! Welcome back to Week in Review, where we quickly recap the most read stories on TechCrunch from the last 7 days. The goal: If you had a busy week, you should be able to skim WiR and still have a pretty good sense of what happened in tech. Want it in your inbox? […] → Read More

Another brutal week for crypto and crypto companies –

Welcome back to Week in Review, the newsletter where we recap the most read stories to cross TechCrunch over the last week. → Read More