JioCinema, the affordable on-demand video streaming service rival to Netflix and Disney’s Hotstar in India, will soon be the home for “The Office” and other NBCUniversal titles. The Viacom18 streaming service said on Monday said it has signed a “multi-year” partnership with NBCUniversal to bring “thousands of hours” of NBCU movies and TV shows to […]
Ambani’s JioCinema secures NBCUniversal titles, escalates Netflix and Disney rivalry by Manish Singh originally published on TechCrunch
Jensen Huang wants to bring generative AI to every data center, the Nvidia co-founder and CEO said during Computex in Taipei today. During the speech, Huang’s first public speech in almost four years he said, he made a slew of announcements, including chip release dates, its DGX GH200 super computer and partnerships with major companies. […]
All the Nvidia news announced by Jensen Huang at Computex by Catherine Shu originally published on TechCrunch
Krafton’s Battlegrounds Mobile India, the once chart-topping mobile game in the South Asian market, is now available to download on Android nearly a year after being ousted due to national security concerns. The South Korean developer said on Monday that BGMI is returning with version 2.5 update, which features a fresh map, called Nusa, and […]
Krafton’s popular Battlegrounds Mobile India, successor to PUBG, returns by Manish Singh originally published on TechCrunch
From 2021 to 2022, overall deal count in the Northeast was down around 25%. It might not be surprising, but it is quite stark.
Taking the pulse on the Northeast seed market with Techstars’ Kerty Levy by Haje Jan Kamps originally published on TechCrunch
This is not the first time that we’ve seen funds try to go earlier in the investing world. Will the a16z effort pay off? Will it be ultimately good for founders?
3 Views on a16z’s latest reported early-stage effort by Rebecca Szkutak originally published on TechCrunch
Startups and active investors are uniquely positioned to support the defense efforts of the West and the mission to keep our societies safe.
Startups should absolutely work with governments to support defense projects by Walter Thompson originally published on TechCrunch