Published On: Sun, Dec 15th, 2019

Daily Crunch: Facebook announces print send tool

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1. Facebook launches a print portability tool, starting in Ireland

Facebook says it will make it easier for users to get their photos off a amicable network and onto another use — a step toward addressing a concerns of lawmakers and antitrust regulators.

The association is starting off with a approach for users in Ireland to pierce cinema into Google Photos around encrypted transfer, yet it says a underline will be accessible worldwide in a initial half of 2020 and will eventually embody integrations with additional services.

2. In ’60 Minutes’ appearance, YouTube’s CEO offers a master category in dignified equivalency

YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki told “60 Minutes” contributor Lesley Stahl that a association has drawn a line during holding down videos that means “harm,” as against to videos that competence widespread merely loathing and disinformation. In response, Connie Loizos argues that a eminence is, in a word, laughable.

3. Ikea is assisting to redesign unnatural Mars habitats

Ikea has been operative with an Earth-based investigate trickery that is meant to impersonate what a Mars medium would be like. Originally, Ikea sent a engineer to a hire to find impulse for formulating organic seat for tiny apartments — yet it fast became a two-way street, that could meant a Swedish home furnishing association has a contend in how destiny tellurian colonists live on other planets.

4. Accel closes new $550M account for India

This is a poignant volume of collateral for Accel’s efforts in a country, where it began investing 15 years ago and has deployed roughly $1 billion by all a prior funds.

5. Here’s a math behind Tesla’s reticent Cybertruck vs F-150 draw test

During a phenomenon of a Cybertruck, Tesla enclosed a butt-to-butt pull-off. Besides being a stupid test, this sold demo was injured in mixed ways, giving a Tesla a vital advantage.

6. Will a destiny of work be ethical? Founder perspectives

Following adult on Greg Epstein’s mainstay about either a destiny of work will be ethical, we’ve published a series of other perspectives on a subject — including this one, in that he speaks to Andrea Thomaz of Diligent Robotics and Prayag Narula of LeadGenius. (Extra Crunch membership required.)

7. This week’s TechCrunch podcasts

This week’s Equity looks during Cocoon, a Y Combinator-backed startup that wants to assistance users stay in hold with tighten friends. (Also: we was relieved that even yet Alex Wilhelm is withdrawal his purpose during Crunchbase, he’ll be adhering around to co-host a podcast.) And we’ve got a Thanksgiving book of Original Content that focuses on what we’re grateful for in a streaming world.

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