Category: Breaking News

Hey, Coastal Elites: Don’t Dis ‘Flyover Country’—Fund It

Steve Case travels the US urging tech’s elite to look beyond their coastal enclaves. Now he wants to persuade POTUS that startups will save the economy. The post Hey, Coastal Elites: Don’t Dis ‘Flyover Country’—Fund It appeared first on WIRED. Go to Wired Author: Issie Lapowsky Powered by WPeMatico

UK broadband giant BT agrees legal separation from pipes-controller, Openreach

 Startups in the UK will be hoping for better performance from the local broadband market after telecoms regulator Ofcom agreed a deal with the country’s largest broadband provider, BT, to legally separate Openreach: aka the division of BT that builds and maintains the broadband infrastructure. Read More Go to Source

NASA’s interplanetary radar spots tiny derelict satellite in forgotten lunar orbit

 Radar can detect things like asteroids millions of miles away, and it’s easy to track satellites in Earth’s orbit, but there are middle distances that aren’t so easy to monitor. Lunar orbit is one of them. But because using terrestrial radar to find and track satellites, spacecraft, and other objects

Networking services startup Cradlepoint lands $89M investment from TCV

 In a world where having internet connectivity is the lifeblood of just about every business, Cradlepoint helps customers deliver consistent networking services, even when there is a lousy cell signal. Today the company announced it had secured an $89 million Series C investment from TCV. TCV is the only investor

Nominations now open for The Europas European Tech Startup Awards 2017

 Nominations are now open for The Europas, the European Tech Startup Awards and one-day conference. The Europas will be held on 13 June 2017, in London at Here East, and are officially part of London Tech Week. TechCrunch is the exclusive media sponsor of the conference and awards. You can