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Facebook’s latest test brings back in-app messaging

Facebook head Tom Alison announced today that the company is testing the ability for users to access their Messenger inbox within the Facebook app. Back in 2016, Facebook removed messaging capabilities from its mobile web application to push people to the Messenger app, in a move that angered many users. Now, the company is testing

The odd phenomenon of moth-eating bears—and the dangers they face

Published March 6, 202315 min read“I hear ravens up ahead,” says Steven Gnam, a photographer and mountaineer. It’s high noon in Glacier National Park and we’re nearing the end of a 5,000-foot climb up a peak draped in mist and covered with loose rocks.Momentarily, two coal-black corvids wheel in and out of the clouds. “Is

Who were the Neanderthals—and why did they go extinct?

Published March 6, 20238 min readWhen limestone quarry workers in Germany’s Neander Valley discovered fossilized bones in 1856, they thought they’d uncovered the remains of a bear. In fact, they’d stumbled upon something that would change history: evidence of an extinct species of ancient human predecessors who walked the Earth between at least 400,000 and

Qualtrics has $12B offer on the table to go private

Qualtrics was once a hot startup before SAP bought the company in 2018 for $8 billion. It was a fine exit, making the founders rich, but it never was really a good fit. SAP spun out the company just two years later, before taking it public in 2021. On Sunday, the company filed an 8-K

Inside Startup Battlefield: Say Hello to the Startup Battlefield Winner

Welcome to the final episode of Inside Startup Battlefield. Thank you so much for listening to our miniseries all about TechCrunch’s pitch competition. Now, it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for — the winner is announced! In this episode, we get to know the winner of the 2022 Startup Battlefield competition. We’ll hear what’s