Lululemon is paying$500 million to acquire a house physical fitness startup, India prohibits TikTok and Amazon Prime Video is the latest streaming service

to add a co-viewing experience.

Here’s your Daily Crunch for June 30, 2020. 1. Lululemon set to get house fitness start-up Mirror for$500M When home exercise solutions are in high demand thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the deal comes at a time. Even when health clubs begin to resume in various areas, many will likely watch out for going back to a possibly high-risk enclosed space, a minimum of for as long as the infection continues to spread. There’s stiff competitors in the category of connected physical fitness pieces, consisting of Tonal and Tempo,

Mirror continues to be the biggest name of the bunchLot And the 2 companies have a relationship dating back to late in 2015, when Lululemon end up being an investor in Mirror. 2.

TikTok decreases in India, its most significant overseas market A growing variety of web service providers in India have begun to obstruct their subscribers from accessing TikTok a day after

the Indian federal government banned the popular short-video app and 58 other services over security and personal privacy concerns. 3. Amazon Prime Video introduces’Watch Party,’a social co-viewing experience included with Prime Amazon is the latest streaming service to roll out integrated assistance for co-viewing. While the U.S. was safeguarding in location under coronavirus lockdowns,

an internet browser extension called Netflix Party went viral. HBO partnered with the browser extension maker Scener to offer a”virtual theater”experience for co-watching, while Hulu introduced its own native Watch Celebration function for its”No Advertisements “customers on 4. After losing Grubhub, Uber reportedly hailsPostmates Uber has actually apparently made a deal to buy food delivery service Postmates, according to The New York Times.(The talks are still ongoing and the deal might fall through.)5. 13 Boston-focused venture capitalists talk green

shoots and start-up healing This is the second half of our Boston investor study. Aiming to the future, we asked: Are investors seeing green shoots? When is a healing most likely to begin? What’s making them feel hopeful in this tenuous period?(

Extra Crunch subscription needed.)6. Facebook says it will focus on original reporting and’transparent authorship’in the News Feed The change comes as a variety of prominent companies

have actually stated that they will pull their advertising from Facebook as part of the #StopHateforProfit project, organized by civil liberties groups as a way to press the social media network to take more powerful steps

versus hate speech and false information. 7. In a considerable expansion, Spotify to release real-time lyrics in 26 markets Last November, Spotify confirmed it was checking real-time lyrics

synced to music in choose markets. Today, the company is announcing the launch of its new lyrics include in 26 worldwide markets throughout Southeast Asia, India and Latin America. The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch

‘s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you wish to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.