CES should move to an innovative city

CES, the yearly bacchanal of tech and innovation, has outgrown its shell. Las Vegas has been home to the event since the late 1970s and, for better or worse, the city has survived and served the influx of technologists who flock to the event each year to see the latest and greatest.

Industry Disruption Should Head Back To The Future

It’s hard to believe that we’ve actually made it ‘back to the future’. In the 25 years since the second film in the Back to the Future trilogy came out, much of the director’s vision of the future has been borne out. And that fact holds some interesting lessons for entrepreneurs.

An Investor’s Take On The Mobile World Congress

MWC has become a valuable forum to meet with mobile hardware and software innovators, many of which are exhibiting with large partners at the show or behind closed doors as they seek new avenues to access markets. Read More

The social layer is ironically key to Bitcoin’s security

A funny thing happened in the second half of 2018. At some moment, all the people active in crypto looked around and realized there weren’t very many of us. The friends we’d convinced during the last holiday season were no longer speaking to us. They had stopped checking their Coinbase accounts.

TechCrunch Conversations: Direct listings

Last April, Spotify surprised Wall Street bankers by choosing to go public through a direct listing process rather than through a traditional IPO. Instead of issuing new shares, the company simply sold existing shares held by insiders,

Following a record year, Illinois startups kick off 2019 on a strong foot

Illinois’s startup market in 2018 was very strong, and it’s not slowing down. Let’s take a quick look at the state of venture in the Land of Lincoln.

Watch builders construct a life-size Chevy truck with 300,000 LEGO bricks

Behold, the LEGO Chevrolet Silverado. The full-size truck is basically a giant ad for Chevy and the new LEGO Movie, which is due out in February. Apparently they have to fight Duplo blocks from outer space. No, seriously, that’s the plot. Anyway, the 2019 Silverado is six-feet tall, weighs 3,

Startups Weekly: Squad’s screen-shares and Slack’s swastika

We’re three weeks into January. We’ve recovered from our CES hangover and, hopefully, from the CES flu. We’ve started writing the correct year, 2019, not 2018. Venture capitalists have gone full steam ahead with fundraising efforts, several startups have closed multi-hundred million dollar rounds,

Welcome to the abnormalization of transportation

Bill Goodwin Contributor Share on Twitter Bill Goodwin is the head of legal policy at Airmap. Tyler Finn Contributor Tyler Finn is the policy manager at Factual. Something odd is in motion in Los Angeles. On a recent day at the office,

Snap’s exec team continues to shrink as more reports of internal drama surface

Days after Snap announced the departure of its CFO, reports have emerged that the company’s HR chief was asked to leave following an internal investigation late last year that had led to the firing of its global security head.

Next INpact launches a browser extension to see who is tracking you online

French tech media company Next INpact just launched an interesting project today. Kimetrak is a simple browser extension that lets you see how your favorite website is tracking you and selling your privacy. The upcoming ePrivacy and GDPR regulations in Europe have been a wake-up call in many ways.

Google is shutting down Chrome’s parental control features, replacement to launch later this year

Google is preparing to launch a new set of parental control features for users of its Chrome browser. The announcement was made in an email sent this week to users of its current system for parental controls and other restrictions called “Chrome Supervised Users,” which is soon shutting down.

Y Combinator is launching a biotech track

Y Combinator is pulling the curtains off of a new experiment, YC Bio. The idea is to fund early-stage life-sciences companies that are still in the lab phase, YC President Sam Altman wrote on the YC blog today. YC Bio’s first area of focus will be on healthspan and age-related disease.

发力手游市场,百度整合多酷游戏和91游戏,组建百度移动游戏团队

这是个全民娱乐的时代,娱乐之下,来钱快的游戏至上。

使用MongoDB 2.6 C++驱动中的连接池 - 愤怒的青蛙

MongoDB2.6的CXX驱动(mongo-cxx-driver-26compat),内置包含了数据库连接池,方便管理数据库连接,但是官方文档说的比较晦涩,新手入门往往不知道怎样使用连接池获取数据库连接。本文简单介绍如何使用基本的连接池。

終於肯外銷?Sharp Aquos Crystal 將會在美國推出

日系手機向來都有很漂亮的外表,不過日本廠商大多都不喜歡把產品外銷出去,令人羡慕妒忌恨。近年他們的態度開始有變,除了解除 SIM Lock 之外,有消息更指 Softbank 將會把旗下手機外銷到美國。繼續閱讀了解更多。

Surface Pro 3 unboxing and overview: launching August 28th in the UK and 24 other locations

Launched in May earlier this year, the new Surface Pro 3 tablet is only available in the US, Japan and Canada. But soon that will change. Starting August 28, the tablet will become available in Australia, China, United Kingdom, and 22 other locations.

eMarketer:老年人也网购,但是和其他年龄段相比少得多

在店内使用数字工具查询商品方面,老年人也比较滞后,这方面的比例比网购还要低。2013年12月Prosper Insights & Analytics对美国网民的调查发现,从服装到家具和电子产品,老年人店内数字工具使用都比较落后。

Wacom Bamboo Fineline: A Bluetooth Stylus With a Point So Fine

Styluses for capactive screens like the iPad used to be wide and squishy—bad for precise drawing and writing. Only recently have companies been able to come up with pen-like tips for a superior experience. Wacom is the latest to offer one such device in the Bamboo Stylus Fineline.Read more...

与其让用户忍受不如迭代产品,暴风影音发布二代暴风魔镜

暴风魔镜在上市几个月后就发布了2代产品,相比1代更像是一个细节上的升级,当然价格和原有存在的一些使用场景的问题都没有变。

“奶茶爸爸”怒告分手费造谣人 巨额索赔

据《南京晨报》报道,昨日从秦淮区法院获悉,“奶茶妹妹”章泽天的父亲章丽厚状告“王博士的精神家园”微博主人王某案,原定昨天上午开庭,后因被告没有收到传票,开庭时间改期。

【人人晚报】88期:看AV国的互联网是这样的

【导读】 提起日本的移动互联网,人们可能会想到Line,想到i-mode模式,想到日本动漫形象的手游……那么日 ...

美媒:研究称新方法可防止HIV感染者患上艾滋病

研究人员发现,在感染艾滋病病毒(HIV)后患上艾滋病(AIDS)不是由于HIV直接影响免疫细胞而导致的,而是受感染的免疫细胞影响其他免疫细胞的结果。据合众国际社8月27日报道,这个发现会改变对付HIV的方式。

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