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Monday, May 21, 2018

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Google Photos adds likes and favorites with hearts and stars

May 21, 7:50PM

Twitter swapped out its Favorite star icon for an appreciation-focused heart icon instead, but Google Photos is embracing both icons with an update rolling out now. The company announced this afternoon it’s adding a new star-shaped Favorites button to its photo-sharing service starting today, which will be followed by a heart-shaped “Like” button next week. […]


Sony shrinks its Digital Paper tablet down to a more manageable 10 inches

May 21, 6:52PM

I had a great time last year with Sony's catchily named DPT-RP1, an e-paper tablet that's perfect for reading PDFs and other big documents, but one of my main issues was simply how big the thing is. Light and thin but 13 inches across, the tablet was just unwieldy. Heeding (I assume) my advice, Sony is putting out a smaller version and I can't wait to try it out.


Barack and Michelle Obama sign production deal with Netflix

May 21, 4:59PM

Another (very) big deal for Netflix: Former U.S. President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have reached an agreement to produce films and series for the streaming service. The New York Times first reported in March that the Obamas were in “advanced negotiations” with Netflix. The goal, supposedly, was less about criticizing the Trump administration or […]


TheSkimm closes its $12M Series C with big names Shonda Rhimes and Tyra Banks on board

May 21, 4:54PM

In March, the female-led media company and newsletter provider theSkimm reported it was raising a $12 million Series C from Google Ventures and Spanx founder Sara Blakely, along with several existing investors. Today, the company is confirming its Series C round has closed with a number of new, mostly female investors joining — including big names like […]


Lyft reportedly wants to launch electric scooter service

May 21, 4:40PM

Because there aren’t enough electric scooters on the roads, Lyft is looking into launching its own fleet of electric scooters in San Francisco, The Information reports. Lyft would join the likes of Spin, Bird and Lime — the three startups that deployed their scooters in San Francisco, without permission, back in March. Lyft has reportedly been […]


Facebook and Qualcomm will bring fast WiFi to cities in mid-2019

May 21, 4:32PM

Facebook's been talking Terragraph since way back during its 2016 F8 keynote. The social media giant's ambitious plan to bring fast Wifi to cities is taking another key step toward real world trials with the addition of Qualcomm. The chipmaking giant announced today that it will add the 60Ghz tech to its future chipsets, with […]


OpenStack spins out its Zuul open source CI/CD platform

May 21, 4:17PM

There are few open-source projects as complex as OpenStack, which essentially provides large companies with all the tools to run the equivalent of the core AWS services in their own data centers. To build OpenStack’s various systems the team also had to develop some of its own DevOps tools, and, in 2012, that meant developing […]


Cryptocurrency and a stock market boom pushes TradingView to $37 million in new funding

May 21, 4:08PM

Fueled by last year’s greed-inducing visions of a cryptocurrency boom and a stock market largely untethered from classical economics, TradingView, a developer of social networking and data analysis tools for financial markets, has raised millions in new venture funding. The New York-based company just scored $37 million in funding led by the growth-stage investment firm […]


Alibaba's newest initiative aims to make Hong Kong a global AI hub

May 21, 2:46PM

Alibaba is teaming up with SenseTime, the world’s highest-valued AI startup, to launch a not-for-profit artificial intelligence lab in Hong Kong in a bid to make the city a global hub for artificial intelligence. Alibaba, which is SenseTime’s largest single investor thanks to a recent $600 million round at a valuation of $4.5 billion, is […]


HMD raises $100 million to bring even more Nokia phones to market

May 21, 2:42PM

HMD Global has been one of the mobile world's biggest surprise hits in recent years. Founded by former Nokia execs, the Finnish company has made a name for itself reviving the dearly departed brand on Android smartphones to great effect. And it just managed to raise another $100 million, led by Ginko Ventures' Alpha Ginko […]


Teen monitoring app TeenSafe exposes thousands of passwords

May 21, 1:40PM

U.K.-based security researcher Robert Wiggins has found two exposed TeenSafe servers, leaking the passwords and information of some users of the monitoring service. TeenSafe is meant to protect teenagers by letting their parents monitor their texts, phone calls, web history, location and app downloads. The breach was first reported by ZDNet. According to the report, […]


CREXi raises $11 million to bring commercial real estate out of the Dark Ages

May 21, 1:26PM

Managing, buying and selling commercial real estate is a fairly primitive process. CREXi founder Mike DeGiorgio remembers one experience in 2014 when he was required to fax and mail details about an urgent transaction to the leasing office, a move that made him think he was back in the era of Pogs and MTV’s Real […]


Now you can buy a laptop with Alexa preinstalled

May 21, 1:24PM

It was just matter of time, really. Amazon's push to get its smart assistant on every piece of hardware imaginable now includes Windows 10 laptops, starting with Acer's Spin 3 and 5 lines. Both include models sporting Alexa, currently available at retail. Acer looks to be all in with the assistant — Alexa is coming […]


This top Silicon Valley venture firm just made a contrarian move with its newest fund

May 21, 12:00PM

In Silicon Valley, venture firms with a track record of success find themselves awash in money thanks to the growing number of institutions that want to invest more of their capital in tech. In March, an SEC filing showed that General Catalyst had closed a $1.375 billion fund, the biggest vehicle in its 18-year history. […]


Chinese bike-sharing giant Mobike is making big plans for India

May 21, 11:49AM

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Chinese bike-sharing startup Mobike, which was recently acquired in a $3 billion deal, was already present in India. The company went on an aggressive global expansion spree in 2017; India wasn’t on the radar then, but that’ll soon be rectified with a launch expected in early June. Mobike has bold […]


Where to watch Zuckerberg's meeting with EU MEPs on Tuesday

May 21, 11:47AM

The Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s meeting with elected representatives of the European Union’s ~500 million citizens will be livestreamed after all, it was confirmed today. MEPs had been angered by the original closed door format of the meeting, which was announced by the EU parliament’s president last week. But on Friday a majority of the political groups in […]


Last chance to get a table in Startup Alley at TC Tel Aviv 2018

May 21, 10:09AM

Startups, TechCrunch Tel Aviv 2018 is coming for you in just two weeks! As you may know, we're hosting our inaugural day-long conference at the Tel Aviv Convention Center on 7 June. The event will feature TechCrunch's signature stellar programming on Mobility, and we will also have a new expo area called Startup Alley, where hundreds […]


Whisk, the smart food platform that makes recipes shoppable, acquires competitor Avocando

May 21, 9:13AM

Whisk, the U.K. startup that has built a B2B data platform to power various food apps, including making online recipes “shoppable,” has acquired Avocando, a competitor based in Germany. The exact financial terms of the deal remain undisclosed, although TechCrunch understands it was all-cash and that Whisk is acquiring the tech, customer base, integrations and […]


Tradeshift fires-up blockchain to address late payment problem

May 21, 9:12AM

While the cryptocurrency world continues to swirl around in a daze of troughs and highs, startups are continuing to make use of the fundamental underlying strengths of blockchain technology. A new entrant in this race is Tradeshift, a leading player in supply-chain payments and marketplaces, which is today launching its new service, which enables blockchain-based […]


Launch with TechCrunch in the Startup Battlefield competition at Disrupt SF 2018

May 21, 8:23AM

This message goes out to all you early-stage startup founders with the drive and determination to take your company all the way to the land of the unicorns. Now's the time to apply to TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield competition — the world's best startup pitch competition going down at Disrupt San Francisco 2018 on September 5-7. If you require incentive, […]



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Driver Booster 5, with its new interactive interface and greatly expanded database which can support more than 1,000,000 drivers and...


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Apr 30, 4:59PM

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Windows warning: Tech-support scammers are ramping up attacks, says Microsoft

Apr 23, 10:34AM

Windows 10 security won't protect you from tech-support scammers' lies and trickery.


Here's what's new in Windows 10 April 2018 Update

May 08, 1:48PM

The latest Windows 10 feature update includes the first public release of the Timeline feature as well as dozens of smaller enhancements to the Windows 10 user experience. Here's what you can expect.


Apple iPad (2018) review: The best gets even better

Apr 20, 5:20PM




Backed by Bill Gates, EarthNow wants to show us every inch of our planet in real-time

Apr 23, 7:13AM

The startup hopes to deploy a vast network of satellites to livestream Earth.


Google's Project Zero exposes unpatched Windows 10 lockdown bypass

Apr 20, 10:56AM

Google denies multiple requests by Microsoft for an extension to Project Zero's 90-day disclose-or-fix deadline.


The 10 best smartphones of 2018

May 09, 12:23PM

A couple more phones have been launched since MWC and further use of others encouraged us to update the list of top smartphones.


Why Amazon's home robots aren't a stretch: All the infrastructure, ecosystem via AWS is in place

Apr 23, 2:46PM

Amazon is reportedly planning to launch domestic robots. Assuming the robot designs aren't horrendous, Amazon already has the computer vision, deep learning, and speech processing to make its robots helpful.


Photos: Cold War ZX Spectrum clones spawned behind the Iron Curtain

Apr 20, 9:56AM

Fitted inside telephone cases, or even toy organs, these Speccy replicas were less expensive but arguably more creative than the original Sinclair ZX Spectrum.


Ransomware, stolen data or malware: How do online crooks really make their money?

Apr 20, 11:59AM

The cybercrime economy has "now become a kind of mirror image of contemporary capitalism", says paper.



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A simple solution to end the encryption debate

May 20, 5:00PM

David Gurle Contributor Share on Twitter David Gurle is the founder and chief executive of Symphony Comunication. Bill Harrington Contributor Bill Harrington is a former federal prosecutor and a partner at the law firm Goodwin Procter. Criminals and terrorists, like millions of others, rely on smartphone encryption to protect the information on their mobile devices. […]


Longtime LG Group chairman Koo Bon-Moo dies at 73

May 20, 4:39PM

South Korean electronics conglomerate LG Group announced this morning that the company's longtime chairman Koo Bon-Moo has passed away at 73. Koo's death follows a year-long battle with brain disease, for which he had undergone surgery, according to Reuters. The executive stepped into the role in 1995 and served as a driving force in establishing […]


Shared housing startups are taking off

May 19, 5:10PM

Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor These schools graduate the most funded startup CEOs The formula behind San Francisco's startup success When young adults leave the parental nest, they often follow a predictable pattern. First, move in with roommates. Then graduate to a single or couple's pad. After that comes the big purchase […]


'My Data Request' lists guides to get data about you

May 19, 3:12PM

GDPR is right around the corner, so it's time to prepare your personal data requests. If you live in the European Union, tech companies have to comply with personal data requests after May 25th. And there's a handy website that helps you do just that. My Data Request lists dozens of tech companies and tells […]


Siempo's new app will break your smartphone addiction

May 19, 3:00PM

A new app called Siempo wants to un-addict you from your smartphone and its numerous attention-stealing apps. To do so, Siempo replaces an Android device’s homescreen, while also taking advantage of a number of design principles to push distractions further away, and give you more control over your notifications. The startup, which launched a few […]


La Belle Vie wants to compete with Amazon Prime Now in Paris

May 19, 2:34PM

French startup La Belle Vie announced a new funding round of $6.5 million earlier this week (€5.5 million). Julien Mangeard, Thibaut Faurès Fustel de Coulanges, Louis Duclert, Kima Ventures and Shake-Up Factory participated in the founding round. Online grocery shopping is becoming quite competitive in Paris. You can order groceries from Amazon using Amazon Prime Now. […]


Apple started paying $15 billion European tax fine

May 19, 2:03PM

It took a couple of years, but Apple has started to pay back illegal tax benefits to the Irish government. The company has paid $1.77 billion (€1.5 billion) into an escrow account designed to hold the fine. Apple has to pay $15 billion in total (€13 billion). In August 2016, the European Commission said that […]


Original Content podcast: 'Dear White People' returns to ask more uncomfortable questions

May 19, 2:00PM

Dear White People has a pretty provocative title — and the show, for the most part, lives up to that promise, with a sharply drawn portrait of racial tension at Winchester University, a fictional Ivy League school. It was originally a film written and directed by Justin Simien, who then reinvented the story as a […]


Meet the judges for the TC Startup Battlefield Europe at VivaTech

May 19, 9:17AM

VivaTech is right around the corner, and I'm excited to introduce you to the third batch of judges that will come to Paris for TechCrunch's Startup Battlefield Europe. If you haven't been to TechCrunch Disrupt, the Startup Battlefield is arguably the most interesting part of the show. Before everybody started doing a startup competition, there […]


NASA's newest planet-hunting satellite takes a stellar first test image

May 18, 10:51PM

TESS, the satellite launched by NASA last month that will search thousands of stars for Earth-like exoplanets, has just sent back its first test image. It's just a quick one, not "science-quality," but it does give you an idea of the scale of the mission: the area TESS will eventually document is 400 times the area covered by this shot.


Does Google's Duplex violate two-party consent laws?

May 18, 10:21PM

Google's Duplex, which calls businesses on your behalf and imitates a real human, ums and ahs included, has sparked a bit of controversy among privacy advocates. Doesn't Google recording a person's voice and sending it to a datacenter for analysis violate two-party consent law, which requires everyone in a conversation to agree to being recorded? The answer isn't immediately clear, and Google's silence isn't helping.


AI will save us from yanny/laurel, right? Wrong

May 18, 9:01PM

If you haven't taken part in the yanny/laurel controversy over the last couple days, allow me to sincerely congratulate you. But your time is up. The viral speech synth clip has met the AI hype train and the result is, like everything in this mortal world, disappointing.


zGlue launches a configurable system-on-a-chip to help developers implement customized chipsets

May 18, 8:00PM

The complexity and cost of packing an array of sensors and power inside a small amount of space has opened the door to a wider and wider variety of use cases for internet-connected devices beyond just smart thermostats or cameras — and also exposed a hole for getting those ideas into an actual piece of […]


Trump reportedly pushed USPS to double Amazon's shipping rates

May 18, 7:34PM

According to new reporting from The Washington Post, President Trump personally pushed United States Postal Service head Megan Brennan to jack up shipping prices on Amazon and other firms. The story comes from unnamed sources, who suggest that, thus far, the postmaster general has held out against pressure from the president. If enacted, the new […]


EU parliament pushes for Zuckerberg hearing to be live-streamed

May 18, 7:30PM

There’s confusion about whether a meeting between Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and the European Union’s parliament — which is due to take place next Tuesday — will go ahead as planned or not. The meeting was confirmed by the EU parliament’s president this week, and is the latest stop on Zuckerberg’s contrition tour, following the Cambridge Analytics […]


AWS adds more EC2 instance types with local NVMe storage

May 18, 7:20PM

AWS is adding a new kind of virtual machine to its growing list of EC2 options. These new machines feature local NVMe storage, which offers significantly faster throughput than standard SSDs. These new so-called C5d instances join the existing lineup of compute-optimized C5 instances the service already offered. AWS cites high-performance computing workloads, real-time analytics, […]


Tiny house trend advances into the nano scale

May 18, 6:41PM

All around the world, hip young people are competing to see who can live in the tinest, quirkiest, twee-est house. But this one has them all beat. Assembled by a combination of origami and nanometer-precise robot wielding an ion beam, this tiniest of houses measures about 20 micrometers across. For comparison, that's almost as small as a studio in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.


MoviePass competitor Sinemia can't keep up with demand

May 18, 6:33PM

A number of people are complaining about Sinemia not delivering them their movie membership cards within the seven-day timeframe the company said it would. Although Sinemia has charged people for their memberships, the company has not been able to deliver the membership cards in a timely manner. “We have seen strong demand for our new […]


Baidu's top AI exec is stepping down

May 18, 6:07PM

Baidu's stocks took a hit earlier today after the company announced that its Qi Lu is stepping down from his job as president/COO after just a year and a half. In a press release tied to the news, the executive cited personal reasons for his decision to "transition" to a lesser role. "Baidu is a […]


What we know about Google's Duplex demo so far

May 18, 5:45PM

The highlight of Google’s I/O keynote earlier this month was the reveal of Duplex, a system that can make calls to set up a salon appointment or a restaurant reservation for you by calling those places, chatting with a human and getting the job done. That demo drew lots of laughs at the keynote, but […]



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Apr 30, 4:59PM

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Windows warning: Tech-support scammers are ramping up attacks, says Microsoft

Apr 23, 10:34AM

Windows 10 security won't protect you from tech-support scammers' lies and trickery.


Here's what's new in Windows 10 April 2018 Update

May 08, 1:48PM

The latest Windows 10 feature update includes the first public release of the Timeline feature as well as dozens of smaller enhancements to the Windows 10 user experience. Here's what you can expect.


Apple iPad (2018) review: The best gets even better

Apr 20, 5:20PM




Backed by Bill Gates, EarthNow wants to show us every inch of our planet in real-time

Apr 23, 7:13AM

The startup hopes to deploy a vast network of satellites to livestream Earth.


Google's Project Zero exposes unpatched Windows 10 lockdown bypass

Apr 20, 10:56AM

Google denies multiple requests by Microsoft for an extension to Project Zero's 90-day disclose-or-fix deadline.


The 10 best smartphones of 2018

May 09, 12:23PM

A couple more phones have been launched since MWC and further use of others encouraged us to update the list of top smartphones.


Why Amazon's home robots aren't a stretch: All the infrastructure, ecosystem via AWS is in place

Apr 23, 2:46PM

Amazon is reportedly planning to launch domestic robots. Assuming the robot designs aren't horrendous, Amazon already has the computer vision, deep learning, and speech processing to make its robots helpful.


Photos: Cold War ZX Spectrum clones spawned behind the Iron Curtain

Apr 20, 9:56AM

Fitted inside telephone cases, or even toy organs, these Speccy replicas were less expensive but arguably more creative than the original Sinclair ZX Spectrum.


Ransomware, stolen data or malware: How do online crooks really make their money?

Apr 20, 11:59AM

The cybercrime economy has "now become a kind of mirror image of contemporary capitalism", says paper.



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Shared housing startups are taking off

May 19, 5:10PM

Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor These schools graduate the most funded startup CEOs The formula behind San Francisco's startup success When young adults leave the parental nest, they often follow a predictable pattern. First, move in with roommates. Then graduate to a single or couple's pad. After that comes the big purchase […]


'My Data Request' lists guides to get data about you

May 19, 3:12PM

GDPR is right around the corner, so it's time to prepare your personal data requests. If you live in the European Union, tech companies have to comply with personal data requests after May 25th. And there's a handy website that helps you do just that. My Data Request lists dozens of tech companies and tells […]


Siempo's new app will break your smartphone addiction

May 19, 3:00PM

A new app called Siempo wants to un-addict you from your smartphone and its numerous attention-stealing apps. To do so, Siempo replaces an Android device’s homescreen, while also taking advantage of a number of design principles to push distractions further away, and give you more control over your notifications. The startup, which launched a few […]


La Belle Vie wants to compete with Amazon Prime Now in Paris

May 19, 2:34PM

French startup La Belle Vie announced a new funding round of $6.5 million earlier this week (€5.5 million). Julien Mangeard, Thibaut Faurès Fustel de Coulanges, Louis Duclert, Kima Ventures and Shake-Up Factory participated in the founding round. Online grocery shopping is becoming quite competitive in Paris. You can order groceries from Amazon using Amazon Prime Now. […]


Apple started paying $15 billion European tax fine

May 19, 2:03PM

It took a couple of years, but Apple has started to pay back illegal tax benefits to the Irish government. The company has paid $1.77 billion (€1.5 billion) into an escrow account designed to hold the fine. Apple has to pay $15 billion in total (€13 billion). In August 2016, the European Commission said that […]


Original Content podcast: 'Dear White People' returns to ask more uncomfortable questions

May 19, 2:00PM

Dear White People has a pretty provocative title — and the show, for the most part, lives up to that promise, with a sharply drawn portrait of racial tension at Winchester University, a fictional Ivy League school. It was originally a film written and directed by Justin Simien, who then reinvented the story as a […]


Meet the judges for the TC Startup Battlefield Europe at VivaTech

May 19, 9:17AM

VivaTech is right around the corner, and I'm excited to introduce you to the third batch of judges that will come to Paris for TechCrunch's Startup Battlefield Europe. If you haven't been to TechCrunch Disrupt, the Startup Battlefield is arguably the most interesting part of the show. Before everybody started doing a startup competition, there […]


NASA's newest planet-hunting satellite takes a stellar first test image

May 18, 10:51PM

TESS, the satellite launched by NASA last month that will search thousands of stars for Earth-like exoplanets, has just sent back its first test image. It's just a quick one, not "science-quality," but it does give you an idea of the scale of the mission: the area TESS will eventually document is 400 times the area covered by this shot.


Does Google's Duplex violate two-party consent laws?

May 18, 10:21PM

Google's Duplex, which calls businesses on your behalf and imitates a real human, ums and ahs included, has sparked a bit of controversy among privacy advocates. Doesn't Google recording a person's voice and sending it to a datacenter for analysis violate two-party consent law, which requires everyone in a conversation to agree to being recorded? The answer isn't immediately clear, and Google's silence isn't helping.


AI will save us from yanny/laurel, right? Wrong

May 18, 9:01PM

If you haven't taken part in the yanny/laurel controversy over the last couple days, allow me to sincerely congratulate you. But your time is up. The viral speech synth clip has met the AI hype train and the result is, like everything in this mortal world, disappointing.


zGlue launches a configurable system-on-a-chip to help developers implement customized chipsets

May 18, 8:00PM

The complexity and cost of packing an array of sensors and power inside a small amount of space has opened the door to a wider and wider variety of use cases for internet-connected devices beyond just smart thermostats or cameras — and also exposed a hole for getting those ideas into an actual piece of […]


Trump reportedly pushed USPS to double Amazon's shipping rates

May 18, 7:34PM

According to new reporting from The Washington Post, President Trump personally pushed United States Postal Service head Megan Brennan to jack up shipping prices on Amazon and other firms. The story comes from unnamed sources, who suggest that, thus far, the postmaster general has held out against pressure from the president. If enacted, the new […]


EU parliament pushes for Zuckerberg hearing to be live-streamed

May 18, 7:30PM

There’s confusion about whether a meeting between Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and the European Union’s parliament — which is due to take place next Tuesday — will go ahead as planned or not. The meeting was confirmed by the EU parliament’s president this week, and is the latest stop on Zuckerberg’s contrition tour, following the Cambridge Analytics […]


AWS adds more EC2 instance types with local NVMe storage

May 18, 7:20PM

AWS is adding a new kind of virtual machine to its growing list of EC2 options. These new machines feature local NVMe storage, which offers significantly faster throughput than standard SSDs. These new so-called C5d instances join the existing lineup of compute-optimized C5 instances the service already offered. AWS cites high-performance computing workloads, real-time analytics, […]


Tiny house trend advances into the nano scale

May 18, 6:41PM

All around the world, hip young people are competing to see who can live in the tinest, quirkiest, twee-est house. But this one has them all beat. Assembled by a combination of origami and nanometer-precise robot wielding an ion beam, this tiniest of houses measures about 20 micrometers across. For comparison, that's almost as small as a studio in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.


MoviePass competitor Sinemia can't keep up with demand

May 18, 6:33PM

A number of people are complaining about Sinemia not delivering them their movie membership cards within the seven-day timeframe the company said it would. Although Sinemia has charged people for their memberships, the company has not been able to deliver the membership cards in a timely manner. “We have seen strong demand for our new […]


Baidu's top AI exec is stepping down

May 18, 6:07PM

Baidu's stocks took a hit earlier today after the company announced that its Qi Lu is stepping down from his job as president/COO after just a year and a half. In a press release tied to the news, the executive cited personal reasons for his decision to "transition" to a lesser role. "Baidu is a […]


What we know about Google's Duplex demo so far

May 18, 5:45PM

The highlight of Google’s I/O keynote earlier this month was the reveal of Duplex, a system that can make calls to set up a salon appointment or a restaurant reservation for you by calling those places, chatting with a human and getting the job done. That demo drew lots of laughs at the keynote, but […]


Apply today for a Startup Alley Exhibitor Package at Disrupt SF '18

May 18, 5:01PM

Every tech founder worth their title knows that investors, customers and media exposure form the life blood of every early-stage startup. And there's no better way to place your startup in front of these three essential groups than to exhibit in Startup Alley at Disrupt San Francisco 2018. The conference takes place on September 5-7, but if you […]


Lyft hires former Tesla Autopilot manager for self-driving car efforts

May 18, 4:47PM

Sameer Qureshi has left his role as a senior manager of Tesla Autopilot Programs and has joined Lyft, according to his LinkedIn. We first saw the news over on Electrek. Tesla declined to comment, but Lyft confirmed Qureshi joined the team this week. At Lyft, Qureshi is now director of product for autonomous driving, specifically focused […]



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Driver Booster

May 04, 8:13AM

Driver Booster 5, with its new interactive interface and greatly expanded database which can support more than 1,000,000 drivers and...


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May 04, 8:04AM

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May 16, 9:28AM

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17 internet-connected things that really shouldn't be online

Apr 30, 4:59PM

A roundup of some of the more bizarre things that are online -- but really shouldn't be.


Windows warning: Tech-support scammers are ramping up attacks, says Microsoft

Apr 23, 10:34AM

Windows 10 security won't protect you from tech-support scammers' lies and trickery.


Here's what's new in Windows 10 April 2018 Update

May 08, 1:48PM

The latest Windows 10 feature update includes the first public release of the Timeline feature as well as dozens of smaller enhancements to the Windows 10 user experience. Here's what you can expect.


Apple iPad (2018) review: The best gets even better

Apr 20, 5:20PM




Backed by Bill Gates, EarthNow wants to show us every inch of our planet in real-time

Apr 23, 7:13AM

The startup hopes to deploy a vast network of satellites to livestream Earth.


Google's Project Zero exposes unpatched Windows 10 lockdown bypass

Apr 20, 10:56AM

Google denies multiple requests by Microsoft for an extension to Project Zero's 90-day disclose-or-fix deadline.


The 10 best smartphones of 2018

May 09, 12:23PM

A couple more phones have been launched since MWC and further use of others encouraged us to update the list of top smartphones.


Why Amazon's home robots aren't a stretch: All the infrastructure, ecosystem via AWS is in place

Apr 23, 2:46PM

Amazon is reportedly planning to launch domestic robots. Assuming the robot designs aren't horrendous, Amazon already has the computer vision, deep learning, and speech processing to make its robots helpful.


Photos: Cold War ZX Spectrum clones spawned behind the Iron Curtain

Apr 20, 9:56AM

Fitted inside telephone cases, or even toy organs, these Speccy replicas were less expensive but arguably more creative than the original Sinclair ZX Spectrum.


Ransomware, stolen data or malware: How do online crooks really make their money?

Apr 20, 11:59AM

The cybercrime economy has "now become a kind of mirror image of contemporary capitalism", says paper.



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