Slack drops 10%+ after its revenue growth, guidance fails to impress

Today Slack reported its earnings results for the three months ending April 30, 2020, the first quarter of its fiscal 2021. The well-known SaaS chat service posted revenue of $201.7 million, up 50% compared to its year-ago period. Slack also reported an adjusted per-share loss of $0.02,

VMware acquires network security firm Lastline, said to lay off 40% staff

VMware is acquiring network security firm Lastline, TechCrunch has learned. Since its launch in 2012, Lastline raised about $52.2 million, according to Crunchbase. Investors include Thomvest Ventures, which led the company’s $28.5 million Series C round in 2017, Redpoint and e.ventures,

Yes, this sparkling chocolate is edible — Future Blink

The chocolate features a surface that diffracts light like a prism and was made using a 3D printer. Read more...More about Tech, Food, Mashable Video, 3d Printing, and Future Blink

These kirigami shoe grippers could help you keep your footing — Future Blink

Researchers at Harvard and MIT utilized kirigami, the Japanese art of paper cutting and were inspired by snake skins in their process of creating the grippers. Read more...More about Tech, Mashable Video, Clothing, Senior Citizens, and Future Blink

Kids now spend nearly as much time watching TikTok as YouTube in U.S., U.K. and Spain

A new study on kids’ app usage and habits indicates a major threat to YouTube’s dominance, as kids now split their time between Google’s online video platform and other apps, like TikTok, Netflix, and mobile games like Roblox.

Eight months later, Facebook fulfills promise to label state-run media

At long last, Facebook announced Thursday that it has started labeling "state-controlled media" on the social network. Labels noting that an outlet is "partially or wholly under the control of a state" are showing up in a page's Ad Library, on Pages themselves, and in the Page Transparency section.

New York City’s Wi-Fi kiosks memorialize the dead, amid citywide protests

Since late-2015, LinkNYC kiosks have become a mainstay among New York’s sidewalks. A more modern replacement for decaying and disused public pay phones, the nine-foot-tall towers provide corners with access to public Wi-Fi, USB charging and access to emergency services.

Facebook adds labels identifying state-controlled media

Facebook will soon add labels to news outlets owned or otherwise controlled by a government, marking that information as, if not necessarily false or unreliable, at least worth considering the origin of. Those so labeled will also be banned from buying ads starting this summer.

As Americans look to escape, this peer-to-peer RV rental startup is happy to accommodate them

The world feels as fragile as ever, and those with any options at all are looking to get away this summer. For many, planes and hotel rooms won’t be an option they consider owing to continued concerns about the coronavirus (not to mention the expense,

Lego pauses marketing of police sets, amid protests

Earlier this week, Lego sent a letter to affiliates requesting a wide range of kits be removed from all sites and marketing. The list featured a number of different kits involving police minifigs (yes, including “Donut Shop Opening”), along with the White House.

Coach's summer sale is here — save up to 50% on bags, accessories, more

TL;DR: Coach is running its summer sale, discounting select styles up to 50%.If you’re a shopaholic, the best part about transitioning from spring to summer is the sales. For a limited time, Coach is running its summer sale with up to 50% off select bags, wallets, shoes, accessories,

5 racial justice documentaries to further your education

Here are five films and series that center on the oppression and injustices that plague the black community. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Black Lives Matter, Racial Justice, Black History, and Prison Reform

Why you should worry about data transparency

Leaders of firms that thrive in the coming years must be prepared for success in fits and starts,

Labeling Tesla’s Autopilot system as ‘semi-autonomous' can be dangerous

The language we use is important, even when talking about robocars. That became apparent last week when the Associated Press updated its style guide to avoid the term "semi-autonomous" for systems like Tesla's Autopilot, General Motor's Super Cruise, and Nissan's ProPilot Assist. 

Google says Chinese, Iranian hackers targeted Trump, Biden campaigns

Google security researchers say they’ve identified efforts by at least two nation state-backed hackers against the Trump and Biden presidential campaigns. Shane Huntley, director for Google’s Threat Analysis Group,

Free online science resources for when you've all but given up on being your kid's science teacher

It's an understatement to say that many parents are extremely stressed-out right now. The pandemic has forced those who have school-aged kids to become teachers, even as some still work full-time. Suzannah Zachos, my cousin, has three children all under the age of 14.

Fox News host says John Lennon — who was killed in New York — 'wouldn't be safe' in the

Days after an NYPD car floored it into a group of protesters — just one of many instances of police violence in the city — New York City mayor Bill de Blasio responded with...John Lennon lyrics. here’s the full ‘Imagine’ quote pic.twitter.com/3hlZgieqtY— Jack Mirkinson (@jackmirkinson) June 3,

Twitter has a record-breaking week as users looked for news of protests and COVID-19

Civil unrest due to the nationwide George Floyd protests drove Twitter to see a record number of new installs this week, according to data from two app store intelligence firms, Apptopia and Sensor Tower.

SaaS earnings rise as pandemic pushes companies more rapidly to the cloud

As the pandemic surged and companies moved from offices to working at home, they needed tools to ensure the continuity of their business operations. SaaS companies have always been focused on allowing work from anywhere there’s access to a computer and internet connection,

Our favorite classic shows and films on HBO Max

HBO Max is finally here, and so is "Friends," "Harry Potter," and everything else you missed from streaming.  Read more...More about Entertainment, Mashable Video, Hbo Max, Tv And Movies, and Blindspotting

Spend more time outside after you shop Wayfair's outdoor dining furniture sale

TL;DR: As of June 4, you can save up to 65% off outdoor dining furniture during the latest Wayfair sale. While we all try to responsibly stay home more often, we're all due for a little change of scenery. And since our options outside of our homes are limited,

Running out of space on your Switch? Here's how to get a free microSD card.

TL;DR: As of June 4, you'll score a free 128GB SanDisk memory card when you buy two select digital Nintendo Switch games at Best Buy.At just 32GB, the standard Nintendo Switch's storage capacity is downright measly. (I mean, your smartphone probably has more room.

Make the Samsung Galaxy watch your new workout buddy

TL;DR: Reach your fitness goals with the Samsung Galaxy Watch active smartwatch for $149.99, a $50 savings as of June 4.We may not be able to spot our friends in the gym or get a sweat going with a quick one-on-one basketball game right now, but we can still have a workout partner.

Daily Crunch: Snapchat says it won’t promote Trump

Snapchat is the latest social media company to take on the president, Fitbit gets approval for its emergency ventilator and we review the new Sonos soundbar. Here’s your Daily Crunch for June 4, 2020. 1.

All Facebook users can now access a tool to port data to Google Photos

Facebook’s photo transfer tool is now available globally half a year on from an initial rollout in Europe, the company said today.

Own an Echo Look? It stops working on July 24.

In 2017, Amazon unveiled one of its most unusual Echo-branded smart devices in the form of the fashion-focused Echo Look. Three years later, the Look is being discontinued and they will all stop working on July 24.The Echo Look was launched in April 2017,

'Time' magazine cover spotlights black people who died because of systemic racism

In the last two weeks, following the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died after an officer kneeled on his neck for nearly 9 minutes, the country has been steeped in conversations and protests to demand justice for Floyd and call attention to police brutality and systemic racism. 

Grim chart shows atmospheric CO2 just hit a record high

The pandemic couldn't thwart the relentlessly rising carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere.Scripps Institution of Oceanography, which collects daily measurements of atmospheric CO2 atop Hawaii's Mauna Loa,

Xbox Game Bar on Windows 10 now supports third-party widgets

If apps like Steam and Discord already come with their own gaming overlay, Microsoft's Xbox Game Bar has already become much more versatile by welcoming third-party widgets for Razer and XSplit.

Microsoft Teams free users can now create video meetings

Microsoft is finally allowing Teams users logged in with free Microsoft account to create meetings. Microsoft has started rolling out this free Meetings feature on June 2, 2020.

Build “attendees” in US and Canada get big discount offers on Xbox, Office, Windows from Microsoft’s

Microsoft is sending out invites for people to sign up to buy digital items from the Microsoft Company store at highly discounted prices.

Tips and tricks on getting the most out of your camera with Microsoft Teams

Here's a look at some tips to get the most out of your webcam in Microsoft Teams.

Bing gets a new dark mode on mobile and new Microsoft Rewards flyout menu, too

Bing on mobile has gotten a new dark mode on mobile, as well as a new Microsoft Rewards flyout menu.

Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge will soon replace the legacy version : here’s what you need to k

Microsoft Edge will finally begin rolling out to Windows 10 users via Windows Update, and installing the new browser will trigger some important changes in Windows.

Microsoft Teams to get new Information pane, pinned posts, and suggested replies on mobile

This week, Microsoft has unveiled three interesting new features which will soon make their way to Microsoft Teams; a brand-new Information pane, the capability to pin posts, as well as suggested replies specifically for mobile users.

Lenovo Chromebook Duet first impressions: A lot for a little

There is a certain hefty craftsmanship that comes with the Duet that feels sturdy and assuages the fears of immediate breakage or the need for delicate handling 24/7.

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