This Week In Apps: Apple Defends App Ad Buying, Spotify Gains Lyrics, Instagram Kills Threads - [2021-11-21 P10Kvy]

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The highs and lows of the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show: Abigail Bassett


The LA Auto Show — one of the first indoor auto shows to return since the COVID outbreak — was light on news and heavier than usual on vaporware. However, there were a few vehicles, tech and companies that stood out during the two press days leading up to the…

Congress must clarify how the infrastructure bill will impact cryptocurrency: Christopher Morton


The crypto tax element of the $1 trillion U.S. infrastructure bill is not clearly written, and the government risks squashing a burgeoning part of the economy.

Will DAOs revolutionize media or just create playgrounds for the rich?: Leigh Cuen


Over the past few weeks a virtual flash mob called the ConstitutionDAO, with thousands of cryptocurrency fans, crowdfunded almost $45 million to buy a copy of the U.S. Constitution. Although they lost the auction, they had already spun up a line of sweatshirt…

The US has an education problem, but is Big Tech really the answer?: Danielle Rose


The future of STEM education won’t become more equitable by creating a free coding course but by seeing the solutions already before us and acting accordingly.

A 'techlash' with Chinese characteristics: Emily de La Bruyère, Nathan Picarsic


This is the second in a pair of articles comparing the impact of the U.S. and Chinese tech crackdowns. In this piece, we examine how China’s “techlash” is driven by domestic politics.

Contracts first, Clubhouse rooms second: Natasha Mascarenhas


Welcome to Startups Weekly, a fresh human-first take on this week’s startup news and trends.

This Week in Apps: Apple defends app ad buying, Spotify gains lyrics, Instagram kills Threads: Sarah Perez


Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consu…

Get used to hearing about machine learnings operations (MLOps) startups: Alex Wilhelm


Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter for your weekend enjoyment.

Police in India charge Amazon executives in marijuana case: Manish Singh


Police in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh said on Saturday they have charged senior executives of Amazon India in a case that alleged that the e-commerce marketplace was allegedly used to smuggle marijuana in the South Asian market. The police didn’t discl…

China and US tech crackdowns set the stage for the next phase of competition: Scott Bade


This is the first in a pair of articles comparing the impact of the U.S. and Chinese tech crackdowns. This piece considers the geopolitical consequences of each country’s respective approaches.


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