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Steve Jobs’ son launches a fund, NASA debuts a streaming service, and writers protest a proposed surveillance law

Hey, folks, and welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s newsletter that highlights key developments in the tech industry over the past few days. If you missed the news this week, no biggie. That’s what WiR is for. We’ll fill you in. In this edition, we cover Reed Jobs, the son of Steve Jobs, who […]

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An AI-generated ‘South Park’ episode, Microsoft’s security woes, and Tesla’s first Cybertruck build

Hey, folks, welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular roundup of the past week in tech. Too busy to check the headlines this week? Don’t sweat it. That’s why WiR exists — we’ll get you caught up to speed. This edition of WiR features pieces about a fake AI-generated “South Park” episode; the surging

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Threads hits 100M users, pedestrians fight back against AVs, and VanMoof skids off course

Hey, friends — welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular roundup of the week in tech. If life’s gotten in the way of following the major stories on TC, don’t sweat it. You’ve come to the right place. In this edition, we cover the 19-year-old MIT dropout “replacing gunpowder” for the defense industry, as

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Meta’s Threads goes live, OpenAI launches GPT-4 and Pornhub blocks access

Hey, folks, welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular roundup of the week in tech. Been too slammed to follow the news cycle as closely as you’d like? Not to worry. That’s why WiR exists. We’ll get you up to speed in no time. Thanks to the July 4th holiday, the workweek was somewhat

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OceanGate fires a whistleblower, hackers threaten to leak Reddit data, and Marvel embraces AI art

Hello, lovelies, and welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular newsletter that recaps the week in tech. For many folks, this workweek was a day shorter, thanks to the Juneteenth observance on Monday. But plenty happened. We’ve got coverage on the OceanGate tragedy, and we’ve continued to closely track the Reddit API controversy —

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Reddit’s CEO lashes out, Twitter gets evicted, and NYC delivery workers get a pay raise

Hi, lovely people, and welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular newsletter that highlights the top news in tech over the past week (or so). If you haven’t already, sign up here to get WiR in your inbox every Saturday. Most read Reddit’s CEO lashes out: Reddit CEO Steve Huffman is not backing down amid

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Apple unveils the Vision Pro, iOS 17 brings new features, and WhatsApp launches Channels

Hello, friends, and welcome to Week in Review, TechCrunch’s regular digest of the top tech news over the past several days. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every Saturday. It’s where we highlight the key stories in the week that was (Apple Vision Pro, anyone?) and other goings on around the TC

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Gig workers get paid, Fidelity slashes Reddit’s valuation and AI conquers Minecraft

Hey, folks, welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular newsletter that recaps the week in tech. Hope the summer’s treating y’all well — it’s a balmy 90 degrees here in NYC! — and that some much-needed R&R is on the agenda. Speaking of “agenda,” mark your calendars for Disrupt, TC’s annual conference, kicking off

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Windows adds support for RAR, Netflix cracks down on passwords, and Meta lays off workers

Welcome, folks, to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular column that rounds up the week in tech news. Dunno about y’all, but it’s felt like a long one — and I’m thankful for the extended weekend. For those observing Memorial Day, do enjoy. Those not, take the time off where you’re able. We all need

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A young billionaire buys Forbes, a startup offers free TVs and ChatGPT goes mobile

Hey, folks. You’ve made it to the end of the week — congrats, by the way — and to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular newsletter covering the week that was in tech. Here, in this humble little column of ours, we do our best to curate the top stories that emerged over the past

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