Software isn’t “eating the world.” It’s feeding the world, healing the world, educating the world and bringing the world’s top minds together to solve our most challenging problems.
When we stepped out onto the roof, the wind whipped me sideways, and it took me a second to get my bearings. I was nine stories above Times Square, staring at the back of its biggest LED sign, and it was thrilling.Read more...
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,
Jane (whose name changed for privacy purposes) had been living with her elderly mother for more than 20 years in a rent-stabilized apartment in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. But three years ago,
As social media sites grow more massive and all-encompassing, one startup is looking to bring back the friendly customization of Myspace to a new generation of users looking to define their online presence in a unique way. Universe is a mobile-based website builder for the social media era,
Snoop Dogg, the rapper, entertainer, and businessman, can claim another small victory in a long string of career highlights. The venture firm that he cofounded a couple of years ago, Casa Verde Capital, has closed its debut fund with $45 million. The money was raised in earnest last year,
微软在 2011 年 6 月发布 Office 365 软件订阅服务，但作为世界上人口最多的国家，中国并没有被列在可获取该项服务的国家行列。不过，这一情况最近已经得到改变。
Charles Sweeney of Bloxx tells us why the internal threat could be the greatest factor going into the future, and why anonymous proxies could be the most dangerous force for internal threats.Read more: http://www.itproportal.
探索频道独具一格的科普节目《流言终结者》一直备受观众喜爱。除了两位主持Adam Savage和Jamie Hyneman之外，还有三个共同主持以其幽默的风格和敢打敢拼的实战精神备受观众喜爱：Kari Byron, Grant Imahara以及Tory Belleci。
面向中压电缆系统的增强型 Smart Cable Guard 技术可为公共事业和工业资产所有者降低运营成本并增加可靠性 韩国济州2014年10月28日电 /美通社/ -- Smart Cable Guard（智能电缆保护）解决方案可持续监控并立即检测中压 (MV) 电力电缆系统出现故障的确切位置 实时电缆情况信息可缩短维修时间，增强中压电力电缆系统的稳定性并为公共事业和工业资产所有者降低整体服务成本 DNV 将于10月26日至30日在韩国举行的 CEPSI（亚太电协电力产业展览）上推出其 Smart Cable Guard 解决方案的最新技术进步成果 全球领先的能源咨询与测试权威 DNV GL 今天公布了其 Smart Cable Guard 解决方案的最新进步成果。
WheezyJoe writes: As the FCC considers the merger between Comcast/Universal and Time-Warner Cable, which would create the largest cable company in the U.S. and is entering the final stages of federal review, politicians are pressuring the FCC with pro-merger letters actually written by Comcast.
Five teams are still in the running to potentially win more than $1 million for sensors designed to help measure one of the most widespread but mysterious aspects of global warming: the oceans’ changing chemistry.