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Hibob raises $7.5M to help SMEs manage their people (and those pesky workplace pensions)

Hibob — yes we’re running that low on company names — is a new U.K. startup building out a cloud platform that helps businesses manage their people. It includes various HR tools, including management of employee perks, staff engagement and reducing churn, and, perhaps crucially, “auto-enrolment,” which relates to recent pension legislation that will see […]

Why patent trolls won’t give up

Ira Blumberg Crunch Network Contributor Ira Blumberg is the vice president of IP at Lenovo. How to join the network In Return of the Jedi, Yoda tells Luke “Once you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny, consume you it will.” Luckily for me, this didn’t apply to the patent world. I […]

Ousta is driving ride-hailing expansion in Egypt

Radwa Rashad Crunch Network Contributor Radwa Rashad is an Egyptian writer and entrepreneur. How to join the network With its major cities congested with traffic — taxi cabs, public transports and, lately, ride-hailing and ride-sharing apps — Egypt apparently still needs more when it comes to transportation. Catering to a population exceeding 90 million, international […]

Why an inevitable “bust” of the tech boom won’t be such a bad thing

Silicon Valley is experiencing an extended boom that has only recently shown signs of fatigue. While the local real estate/rental markets remain on fire, given an increasingly restrained funding environment, devaluations for once-hot startups, notable recent layoffs at high-profile tech companies and a challenging IPO market, many observers portend an ominous environment ripe for a bust similar […]

Are buyouts the new IPOs?

Buyouts may replace IPOs as the exit of choice for tech companies in the coming months. This comes as the number of startups unable to exit into a frozen market continues to grow. With only two tech IPOs so far in 2016 and poor market returns for the majority of those already public, companies are turning elsewhere to cash in […]

Startup Step-By-Step: The Battle

Every battle is won before it is fought. This bit of pop wisdom, brought down to us from Sun Tzu and countless motivational speakers, is the koan for a generation of can-do entrepreneurs. But there is another version of this line, one that is less rosy. Every battle is won or lost before it is […]

Lifeliqe debuts VR-enabled educational content to keep kids interested in learning

San Francisco-based startup Lifeliqe (pronounced “life like”) debuted and demoed its new virtual reality, educational content experience from the floor of the Augmented World Expo 2016 this week. According to co-founder and CEO Ondrej Homola, Lifeliqe spent the last three years creating a library of high-quality, interactive VR content. The patience may have paid off, as the results are […]

The barbell effect of machine learning

If there’s one technology that promises to change the world more than any other over the next several decades, it’s (arguably) machine learning. By enabling computers to learn certain things more efficiently than humans, and discover certain things that humans cannot, machine learning promises to bring increasing intelligence to software everywhere and enable computers to […]

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