Wed. 03/04 - Are Fleets On Fleek?
You already know Tweets, but let me introduce you to Fleets. Robinhood explains its outages. Google assistant can now read you webpages out loud. Netlify is an interesting raise. And why getting a big-named VC in your seed round might actually be detrimental to your startup. Sponsors: Metalab.co Kiwico.com/ride Links: Twitter Is Finally Doing Stories (Buzzfeed) Robinhood offers $15 discount, blames outage on record trades (TechCrunch) Robinhood offers traders $15 for going down as markets gained $1.1T (TNW) Google cancels ‘physical’ I/O 2020 due to coronavirus concerns (9to5Google) Amazon employee in Seattle tests positive for coronavirus (GeekWire) Tesla downgraded Model 3 chip in China thanks to coronavirus (BBC News) Google Assistant can now read or translate websites and Android app content (VentureBeat) $75M legal startup Atrium shuts down, lays off 100 (TechCrunch) After attracting 800K web developers, Netlify wins $53M in funding (SiliconAngle) New AngelList data set sheds light on the signaling risks of seed-stage investments (TechCrunch) Streamer Quibi Raises Additional Funds Ahead of Launch (WSJ) Hulu’s live TV service is now on PS4 consoles after PlayStation Vue shutdown (The Verge) Roku is in talks for original programming, following the footsteps of Netflix and Amazon (Digiday)