Translation earbuds might eliminate some utilitarian reasons to know a language, but if you want to understand jokes, read poetry, or fall in love in a foreign tongue, you’ll have to actually learn it. Unfortunately,
Der frühe vogel fängt den wurm! Yikes, if we’re trotting out our tortured German to say “the early bird catches the worm,” it can mean only one thing, folks. It’s time for all you European startup fans to go catch super early-bird tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2018 on November 29-30.
The Silicon Valley-military industrial complex is increasingly in the crosshairs of artificial intelligence engineers. A few weeks ago, Google was reported to be backing out of a Pentagon contract around Project Maven, which would use image recognition to automatically evaluate photos.
Open source sustainability has been nothing short of an oxymoron. Engineers around the world pour their sweat and frankly, their hearts into these passion projects that undergird all software in the modern internet economy. In exchange,
It’s been hard to miss the scooter startup wars opening fresh, techno-fueled rifts in Valley society in recent months.
The infrastructure that underpins our lives is not something we ever want to think about. Nothing good has come from suddenly needing to wonder “where does my water come from?” or “how does electricity connect into my home?
If you need something small, lightweight and indestructible, Timbuk2’s Lightweight Launch Backpack ($129) might be right up your alley. The pack, constructed from famously tough Tyvek, can fit a 13″ laptop comfortably and plenty else. At only 18L, it sounds small,
Welcome to Bag Week 2018. Every year your faithful friends at TechCrunch spend an entire week looking at bags. Why? Because bags — often ignored but full of our important electronics — are the outward representations of our techie styles,
As Facebook finds itself publicly on the hook for enabling Russian agents to spread divisive propaganda via its platform, be it in the form of fake news, ‘dark ads’, issue pushing Facebook pages, and even political rallies organized using its Event tools,
If you have not yet had the pleasure of being introduced to Nathan for You, you’re in for a treat! The man behind the show, Nathan Fielder, is so wonderfully awkward in his delivery he might just make you pee your pants from laughing so hard.Last week’s episode “Andy vs.
Over the last two years we have been working hard to improve the experience of TechCrunch products for our readers. Our tiny-but-mighty product team launched the brand new TechCrunch mobile app earlier this month and we couldn’t be more excited.
Around half of citizens in the UK are unaware of the existence of IT and communications British Army careers, according to a new survey by One Poll.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/05/27/british-public-ignore-technology-and-it-army-jobs/
Uber is free to put the pedal to the metal in London.Regulators deemed that the San Francisco-based ridesharing startup is indeed operating legally in the city, says Time, clearing the way for Uber to operate openly in the British capitalSee also: Sorry, Taxis:
介绍活跃网络如何使用Chef进行基于VMware虚拟化平台的自动化虚拟机创建和配置的实践。 By 李岩
2011 年，星巴克开始为 Android 设备提供 app，美国的用户能够在手机上支付消费，以及享受其他服务体验。不过，这家餐饮巨头的野心并非止于此。
現時 3D 列印技術已經相當普及，就連一般人也可以買到 3D 列印機。不過原來早於二十年前，就已經有人開始運用這種技術列印出複雜的 3D 物件，而且該物件現時仍收藏在麻省理工學院之內。
Lasrick writes To this day, Russian authorities refuse to disclose the incapacitating chemical agent (ICA) they employed in their attempt, 12 years ago, to save 900 hostages held in a theater by Chechen fighters. Malcom Dando elaborates on a new report (PDF) that Russia, China, Israel,
Guinness World Records Day is reaching new heightsThe tallest man and the shortest man in the world met Thursday in London to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Guinness World Records bookSee also: 15 Quirkiest Achievements in the 'Guinness World Records 2015'According to The Telegraph,