Twitter details how it reviews and enforces rules around hate speech, violence and harassment

Twitter has been under fire lately (slash always) for its methods to deal with harassment and abuse on its platform. In an effort to provide some insight into its thinking, Twitter has added some new articles to its help center that detail how the company reviews and enforces rules,

Propelling deep space flight with a new fuel source, Momentus prepares for liftoff

Mikhail Kokorich, the founder of Momentus, a new Y Combinator-backed propulsion technology developer for space flight, hadn’t always dreamed of going to the moon. A physicist who graduated from Russia’s top-ranked Novosibirsk University,

Eventbrite is reportedly going public in the second half of this year

Eventbrite, the 12-year-old, San Francisco-based event-planning company, has filed an initial public offering confidentially with the SEC and plans to go public later this year, according to a new report in the WSJ. The company’s lead underwriters are Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase & Co.,it says.

Ellen Pao memoir adaptation among 7 new Shonda Rhimes projects for Netflix

When Shonda Rhimes left ABC last August for Netflix, both she and the studio kept a tight lid on their plans. We could only imagine where the twists and turns that her future stories would take us. Well, now we know. This week,

Warner Bros. unveils the first trailers for ‘Aquaman’ and ‘Shazam’

Today at Comic-Con, Warner Bros . gave fans a peek at the first DC Comics films post-Justice League. Warner Bros. and DC had a bumpy 2017. There was the astonishing critical and commercial success of Wonder Woman,

Weekly Roundup: July 21

Jeff Bezos’ aerospace company, Blue Origin, performed its most critical test to date, Prime Day had some ups and downs but ultimately broke records and major tech companies are uniting to help you move data across apps. Here’s your weekly roundup of the top stories from the tech world:  1.

Now is the time for Walmart to strike at Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime has been an enormous influence on e-commerce, but this online juggernaut is beginning to show cracks. Now is the time for arch-rival Walmart to swoop in with a Prime-like offering that strikes at the weaknesses Amazon has introduced into its formidable loyalty program: price,

While tech waffles on going public, biotech IPOs boom

With our fixation on all things tech, we’re missing out on the big picture -- there are actually more biotech and healthcare startup IPOs than tech offerings.

A mesh network spontaneously erupts in the US and helps connect Puerto Rico

When goTenna put out their Mesh device earlier this year, I thought the off-grid gadgets would be great for an emergency kit or back country hike. But it turns out that I underestimated the demand for a resilient, user-powered mesh network: dedicated nodes now populate cities across the country,

Attending CES 2018? TechCrunch wants to see your company

CES is a horrible, god-awful experience that will shave years off your life. The casinos, the food, the people, the germs. Horrible. All of it. But we love it! And we’re sending a huge contingent to the show again this year and want to see your gadgets, toys and products.

Obama’s former chief data scientist, DJ Patil, joins Venrock as an adviser

DJ Patil, the chief data scientist under President Barack Obama, has joined Venrock Capital as an adviser. Patil has long been a proponent of using data science and artificial intelligence to solve some of the nation’s biggest problems around areas including medicine,

'Candy Crush Saga' Developer King Files for IPO

King Digital Entertainment, maker of the popular game Candy Crush Saga, has filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission to go public.The company's Form F-1 Registration shows the company posted a profit of $567.6 million on revenues of $1.89 billion last year.

Amazing Arcade Flight Simulator Spins Players Completely Upside-Down

The arcades that dominated the 1980s and 1990s slowly died off as home video game consoles became more and more capable, but there are apparently still some good reasons to keep a pocket full of quarters handy.

美国政府将于年底推出更智能、稳定的Healthcare.gov

相信大部分美国人都不会忘掉Healthcare.gov最初上线时的窘境。之后,美国政府向民众许诺,将尽快修复好网站问题。然而,承包商的修修补补仍旧没有彻彻底底地解决网站所遇到的问题。

创业CEO如何抓住“长尾”?

自从 Chris Anderson 八年前的 The Long Tail 一书让普及了这个词以来,长尾与其背后代表的市场结构、商业模式可能以及策略思考,成了所有网络 CEO 必须研习的题目。近来对于长尾与其策略的运用有些新的领悟,拿出来供大家参考。

US broadcasters sue over spectrum auction

The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has filed a suit against the FCC over the proposed spectrum auction slated for mid-2015.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/08/20/us-broadasters-sue-over-spectrum-auction/

ASP.NET静态页生成 - 三卷天书

由于业务需要,得把页面按照模板页生成静态页面,所以自己就琢磨了下,写些思路,以备日后需要的时候用。

若苹果也推出自主品牌的尿布 会长什么样?

你或许已经听闻,全球最大的线上零售商亚马逊今天已经发布了自家的母婴品牌Amazon Element,主要面向亚马逊旗下Prime会员销售婴幼儿尿布和湿巾产品。

谷歌主席施密特:不要害怕人工智能

埃里克·施密特(Eric Schmidt)想让你知道,机器人是你的朋友。这说得过去,考虑到作为谷歌的主席以及前任CEO,施密特致力于开发各种世界上最复杂的人工智能系统,从无人驾驶汽车到预测结果的搜索引擎。

美科学家发明三维全息视频 成本不到一千美金

北京时间2月5日消息,据科学日报报道,能够显示三维图像的全息视频显示很快将走进生活并“可负担得起”,这一切多亏了美国杨百翰大学(BYU)的研究小组与美国麻省理工学院科学家的科研合作。

无线供电其实离我们已经不远了

无线供电是一种方便安全的新技术,无需任何物理上的连接,电能就可以近距离无接触地传输给负载。虽然直到现在无线供电在许多人眼里还是一个新兴事物,但是早在一百多年前就有科学家注意到这项技术了。

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