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God! Scroll through TechChrunch homepage Today is like drinking from a fire hose here for the last couple of days! There is so much news that it is really difficult to choose our selection for the newsletter today. We’ve done our best, but it’s definitely worth taking a look at the home page to see if we’ve missed anything that might be of particular interest to you. — Christine as well as Hadje

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  • Get your game on: Unity and ironSource have confirmed that they are bringing together “two powerhouses” in interactive app development and monetization. ingrid writes. She says of the union: “Searching for M&A as a way to increase products and users has long been a strategy for big tech companies, but over the past few months there have been a few M&A deals among smaller players as funding sources become scarce. . there is less free flow, targets are tightening, and ratings are falling.”
  • Ding dong really: While we’re always worried about the data some big organization is gathering about us, we can’t say we’re happy that the Amazon ring seemed to be one of them. Actually, Zach reports that in the past year, the Ring has “give the government a record number of doorbell videos.” It’s time to slam the door on this.
  • Do not pass by, do not collect cryptocurrency: We introduced you to Jagmeet yesterday and he already has a hit on his hands covering Sri Lanka’s central bank warnings to users not to use cryptocurrencies. The country doesn’t consider it legal tender anyway, but since it’s unregulated and there’s an ongoing “public debt crisis,” the government says it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Startups and VK

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What started as a beloved food truck electrification project in the San Francisco Bay Area — an endeavor inspired by the cacophony of generators that greeted Ben Parker every day during his Tesla lunch break — has grown into a much larger, more complex, and potentially more profitable enterprise. recreational electric vehicles, reports Kirsten.

Also in the hardware world, Magic Leap has detailed the availability and pricing of its next release: Magic Leap 2. Lucas reports. Unlike its first release, this headset will be fully geared towards professional users with less deliberate vagueness. This professional focus is evident in the price of the device..

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Big Tech Inc.

Before we get into that, we just want to touch on the latest developments regarding Twitter vs. Elon Musk. The first, Taylor notes that there was a lawsuit force Musk to close the deal. And when you dig through the lawsuit you’ll find what Amanda I felt that I needed to laugh a little, namely, that Mask’s own meme on twitter got into a lawsuit.

And if you missed it, there were some impressive observations from space. Aria shows you the beauty and also informs you about the following Rocket Lab Launch.

Holberton, a coding school in Africa, has agreed to the acquisition African Leadership Group. Frederick spoke to Holberton co-founder Julien Barbier, who told him that after co-founder Sylvain Kalash left the company 2 years ago, he still hasn’t found the right person.

The lime squeezed out some of its fruit to share camera based sidewalk detection technology it worked on, Rebecca writes. We thought that maybe it should help to know when pedestrians are nearby, but no – this is so that the company can warn drivers that they are on the sidewalk when they should not be there.

As mentioned above, today was a crazy news day, so here are the best of the best:




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