Even the Most Interesting Man in the World couldn’t make Luma work as standalone company

Luma, a three-year-old, Atlanta, Ga.-based maker of smart WiFi routers, has been acquired by First Alert, a maker of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors that is itself a subsidiary of Newell Brands, a public company whose other holdings include Rubbermaid. Terms of the deal aren’t being disclosed,

HypeHop is a product to fix sponsored videos

I’ve been thinking hard about the concept of sponsored content – you can find some of it on TechCrunch if you look hard enough and it appears almost everywhere else. It’s an important consideration because as a online journalist I’ve heard everything from “How much did Apple pay you to post this?

Doom is 25 and co-creator John Romero is putting out a giant expansion for it

25 years ago, anyone old enough to navigate DOS was likely playing Doom every spare minute, assuming their parents weren't around. A quarter century after its release, the game's legacy is unquestionable — but it could always use a few new levels. So co-creator John Romero made some.

Google’s search data shows YouTube’s influence over this season’s hottest toys

If there was any doubt about YouTube’s power to influence children, look no further than this year’s list of the hottest holiday toys, based on Google shopping search data. According to the search giant,

Softbank invests in parking startup ParkJockey pushing valuation to $1 billion

Softbank continues to invest in the future of transportation — this time in ParkJockey, a startup that has built a technology platform aimed monetizing parking lots. And ParkJockey, which was founded in 2013, is already using that capital to scale up. Along with the Softbank investment news,

Equifax breach was ‘entirely preventable’ had it used basic security measures, says House report

A House Oversight Committee report out Monday has concluded that Equifax’s security practices and policies were sub-par and its systems were old and out-of-date, and bothering with basic security measures — like patching vulnerable systems — could’ve prevented its massive data breach last year.

CTRL-labs’ first dev kit is a gesture-tracking neural controller

The race to replace the mouse and keyboard has yielded a lot of weird tech, but as various hardware startups try to find the missing link between what we have now and some sort of embedded brain chip, we’re seeing some fascinating solutions surface.

Google employees demand the end of forced arbitration across the tech industry

On the heels of an employee-led protest against Google, a group of 35 Google employees is banding together to take it a step further and end the practice of forced arbitration across the entire tech industry.

Boxed in talks to be acquired by Kroger for $500 million

New York-based Boxed, the startup for buying food and household items in bulk, is in talks to be acquired by Kroger for about $500 million. Other retailers are also expected to be making bids.

Russian hackers are targeting U.S. Senate email accounts

According to a new report, the same group that hacked the Democratic National Committee actively targeted the U.S. Senate through the latter half of 2017. The revelation comes out of a new report from Trend Micro,

Cherry’s new low-profile switches may help bring mechanical keyboards to more laptops

You may not think much about the switches that sit underneath the keycaps of your keyboard, but there are many enthusiasts who really, really care. The trend is clearly going toward slim keyboards — and that’s not lost on Cherry. At CES this week,

Can Web-Based Protests Be a Force for Change?

Lucas123 writes: "Several high profile protests have circulated across the Web in the past few weeks, garnering social and news media attention — and even forcing the resignation of one high-level executive. There are two components driving the trend in Internet protests:

Gigabyte showcases the world's 'lightest and powerful' gaming laptops running Windows 8.1

Several exciting new Windows laptops and tablets have been showcased at the ongoing Computex event. The Taiwan-based technology company, Gigabyte, has added two more to the list. One of which is a Windows 8.

总裁李健熙脱离昏睡病情好转 三星度过难关

据韩国纽西斯通讯社6月10日报道,三星集团相关人士和医疗人员表示,三星电子总裁李健熙已脱离危险,逐渐好转。三星首尔医院一位相关人士表示:“李健熙现在已经能慢慢活动手脚,睁开眼睛的时间变长。

实时翻译神器!Skype翻译预览版今日公测

在今年 5 月的 WPC 2014 大会上,微软首次向外界演示了 Skype 实时翻译工具(Skype Translator),可以在视频语音聊天过程进行实时翻译。

萌軟肉球棉花糖,讓每個愛貓人都融化

▲ 由「マシュマロ専門店やわはだ」,推出的「肉球棉花糖」系列,膨起的肉球和貓咪圓潤的曲線、可愛綿軟的模樣讓貓咪愛好者是愛不釋手。閱讀全文

Chinese woman is a model turned mermaid

A girl in Chongqing always dreamed of becoming a mermaid. And as an adult, she made that dream a reality.Pan Gaojie, 22, is a model turned mermaid. She was introduced to this unique hobby when she was recruited to perform for a hotel promotion last summer.

圣莱科特国际集团宣布全球品牌转型

纽约州斯克内克塔迪2015年9月17日电 /美通社/ -- 全球领先的化学中间体、特种树脂和解决方案开发商与制造商圣莱科特国际集团 (SI Group) 今天宣布进行全球品牌转型。

White House tech advisor dies in bike accident

Jake Brewer, a senior advisor to U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith, died Saturday while participating in a charity bicycle ride.The Washington Post reports that Brewer, 34, was riding in the Ride to Conquer Cancer when he lost control of his bike and crashed into an oncoming car.

惊艳2015 Piaget伯爵推出新作“钟表与奇迹”

北京2015年10月9日电 /美通社/ -- 很少有品牌能称为珠宝腕表大师,因为这个称谓需要在珠宝和腕表两大领域都拥有极为高深的造诣。作为名副其实的珠宝腕表大师,Piaget伯爵每年都能推出精美绝伦的珠宝腕表精品。

为什么外人看脸「一分像」就觉得「十分像」了呢?

2015.12.07更新: 一般来说,学术界公认眼睛对辨识人脸起的作用最大。请看下图,细思恐极的周董张震一步一步合成脸,哈哈哈。除了周董和张震上下覆盖位置有变化以外,图片本身没有任何改动哟。

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