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Hello and welcome to the Daily Crunch for December 22, 2022! Greg here again. I handle the newsletter for Alex for this last part of the year while taking a well deserved break.

Technical news tends to be a bit quieter in these last weeks of the year because… well, holidays. But if something big happens, we'll make sure you know about it! -Greg

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    • Essential Spiritual Success: Over the years, the smartphone field has kind of boiled down to an iPhone no matter what the cool Android phone is right now. Is there room for another competitor? A group of former employees of Essential - a company that put one phone before shutting down and sold the brand to OnePlus co - founder Carl Pei - have thought that and are working on an Android-based phone on privacy under the OSOM brand (pronounced "horrible" for why not.)
    • The COVID-19 Bluetooth test has a bug: A COVID-19 test at home that uses a Bluetooth-enabled analyzer to deliver certified results? Sounds handy. Unfortunately, researcher Ken Gannon discovered that this one can be manipulated by appearance.
    • Fisher-Price Chatter also has bugs: Speaking of Bluetooth bugs, it seems that this nostalgia novel speaker may have some issues of its own. If you have one, you probably want to make sure that it hangs properly when not in use.

    Startups / VC

    • Veho is valued at $ 1B: Veho, a New York - based startup company that seeks to simplify next - day package delivery, has raised just $ 125 million in a round valuation of the company at $ 1 billion. Christine Hall writes, “It is about introducing transparency into delivery that starts with the choice of when, where and how customers want their packages delivered. . ”
    • Dealroom raises € 6 million: European competitor to products like PitchBook / CB Insights / Crunchbase has raised € 6 million in Series A. Alex Wilhelm has a breakdown of what the company is focusing on, what it does differently and where it comes from here.
    • Triller to go public through merger: It may not have the same name recognition, but TikTok rival Triller is still making moves. Triller announced this week that it will be made public through a backdoor merger with Massachusetts - based video tech company SeaChange, with the new combo company claiming to be “TrillerVerz Corp. ”
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    • Zillow makes house hunting co-op game: The pandemic got people to do more stuff together at a distance - working, watching movies, playing games, and so on. It also showed just how much people kissed around Zillow as a hobby. Zillow combines those two moves together, tapping Apple's SharePlay to allow users to hunt for homes together from afar.

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