Waymo’s self-driving Chrysler Pacifica begins testing in San Francisco

Waymo is bringing its self-driving cars back to San Francisco streets for testing. TechCrunch has obtained pictures of the Waymo Chrysler Pacifica autonomous test vehicle on SF city roads,

Watch Google CEO Sundar Pichai testify in Congress — on bias, China and more

Google CEO Sundar Pichai has managed to avoid the public political grillings that have come for tech leaders at Facebook and Twitter this year. But not today. Today he will be in front of the House Judiciary committee for a hearing entitled: Transparency & Accountability:

Dell votes to buy back VMware tracking stock and will likely go public

Dell just announced that it has agreed to buy back the VMware tracking stock from the EMC acquisition. The company confirmed the buy-back price of $23.9 billion. With today’s move, the company will likely go public. Sixty-one percent of shareholders voted in favor of the deal. 

AppOnboard raises $15 million to let Android users try before they buy apps on Google Play

Pitching app developers with a new way to convert app browsers into actual customers, AppOnboard has raised $15 million in a new round of funding, the company said. Based in Los Angeles,

Spotnist launches budget serverless offering for containers

Spotnist has made a living finding budget resources on cloud platforms and reselling them to developers at a deep discount over cloud vendor retail pricing. Today, it announced a new budget serverless product for containerized workloads.

TechSee nabs $16M for its customer support solution built on computer vision and AR

Chatbots and other AI-based tools have firmly found footing in the world of customer service, used either to augment or completely replace the role of a human responding to questions and complaints, or (sometimes, annoyingly,

Capture lets you grab real 3D models with your iPhone X’s powerful camera

Three dimensional modeling used to be hard. It used to require something at least as big as the Xbox Kinect to get really high quality scans you needed high-powered laser sensor systems. Now all you need is your phone and Capture.

InVision, valued at $1.9 billion, picks up $115 million Series F

“The screen is becoming the most important place in the world,” says InVision CEO and founder Clark Valberg . In fact, it’s hard to get through a conversation with him without hearing it. And, considering that his company has grown to $100 million in annual recurring revenue,

Alexa will have her own opinions on beer, TV shows and more

Alexa is starting to think for herself. The personal assistant that’s built into Amazon devices like Echo smart speakers and Fire TV may better distinguish itself from competitors like Google Assistant in the future by offering up not just facts or recommendations,

Original Content podcast: Looking into the dark future of Netflix’s ‘Black Mirror’

Netflix has delivered another six glimpses into Black Mirror‘s often-bleak view of technology and humanity.On the latest episode of TechCrunch’s Original Content podcast, one of your regular hosts, Anthony Ha,

Equity podcast: 2017’s top tech acquisitions and what’s in store for 2018

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week we took a look back at the year’s M&A market, which brought some big wins and some low lights. Equity this week was Katie Roof, Alex Wilhelm, and Jamie Leigh,



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First Ebola Patient Returns to U.S., But Don't Freak Out

Dr. Kent Brantly, the first of two American patients infected with Ebola in West Africa, has just been transferred to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. It's the first time the human disease has reached the States—but you have absolutely zero reason to panic.Read more...

[视频]John Oliver温馨提示:万圣节将至 糖分摄入勿过量

不招待就使坏(Trick or Treat)!一年一度的万圣节就要到了,你想好用糖果来招待捣蛋的熊孩子们了么?脱口秀节目主持人也自然不会轻易放过这个机会来大肆吐槽一番。

After Falling Through The Series A Gap, Restaurant Delivery Startup Dine In Shutters

Not only was he confident of closing an imminent Series A round, but his company, which launched a year before better-known and much better-funded Deliveroo, had just acquired MyDeliveryCab, serving as the purpose for our call. He was also bullish about the startup’s now mature technology,


马克斯·维斯塔潘(Max Verstappen)是史上加入F1赛车最年轻的车手,并且看起来这项纪录将会一直保持下去, 因为就在他加入F1没多久FIA就出台了参赛车手年龄将最低不得低于18岁的规定。小维斯塔潘不仅是一位充满斗志的车手,而且他还非常倔强,他在比赛中甚至违抗车队命令,不给队友小卡洛斯·赛恩斯“让路”。

INNOVATE2016: Presidential Candidate Martin O’Malley On Technology And The 2016 Campaign

Along with Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley is the only credible alternative in the Democratic party to Hillary Clinton. In contrast with Sanders, however, the relatively youthful O’Malley is really focused on reinventing innovation in America and fusing it with a 21st century social justice.

NASA's Curiosity rover beams home a selfie from a Martian sand dune

NASA's Curiosity rover is checking out some sand dunes on Mars, and like any good traveler in an exotic locale, it has a selfie to prove it.The car-sized spacecraft that has been exploring Mars since August 2012,

Microsoft Store celebrates Pi Day with 31.4% off of select Dell notebooks

Microsoft is celebrating Pi Day by offering up 31.4% savings on the Dell XPS 13, Dell Inspiron 13, and the Dell Inspiron 15. The post Microsoft Store celebrates Pi Day with 31.4% off of select Dell notebooks appeared first on WinBeta.


粉红倒三角是纳粹在大屠杀时期用于鉴别同性恋囚犯的标志。这个标志后来被「同性恋自豪日」和「同性恋权利运动」用做标志,它也是除彩虹旗以外最流行的同性恋标志。很自然地,粉红色成了同性恋者的代表色,粉色经济也就是指同性恋群体带动的经济。 说到同性恋,就会想到苹果 CEO 蒂姆·库克。2014 年 10 月 30 日,库克在《商业周刊》网站宣布出柜,获硅谷集体称赞。其实很早就有消息传出,库克是同性恋者,不过当时他没有任何正面回应。而主动曝出自己的性取向从一定程度上推动了美国同性婚姻合法化。这,是否意味着粉色经济已然成为一股新势力正向我们走来?

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