Lyft faces discrimination lawsuit

Disability Rights Advocates, on behalf of the Independent Living Resource Center and two people who use wheelchairs, filed a class-action lawsuit today against Lyft.

East of Palo Alto’s Eden

What if Silicon Valley had emerged from a racially integrated community? Would the technology industry be different?  Would we? And what can the technology industry do now to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past?

Snag your super early-bird passes for Disrupt Berlin 2018

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.

In Army of None, a field guide to the coming world of autonomous warfare

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

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,

Are scooter startups really worth billions?

It’s been hard to miss the scooter startup wars opening fresh, techno-fueled rifts in Valley society in recent months.

How backups, backups, backups protect NYC’s cellular infrastructure

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?

Bag Week 2018: Timbuk2’s Launch featherweight daypack is tough and tiny

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,

Bag Week 2018: P.MAI’s women’s leather laptop bag is luxury packed with utility

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,

Security researchers find flaws in AMD chips but raise eyebrows with rushed disclosure

A newly discovered set of vulnerabilities in AMD chips is making waves not because of the scale of the flaws, but rather the rushed, market-ready way they were disclosed by the researchers. When was the last time a bug had its own professionally shot video and PR rep,

How reinventing software testing can transform your business — and change the world

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.

Legal tech is opening the system to those who need legal representation the most

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,

Microsoft launches pilot program for Windows Phone devs to respond to app reviews

Just recently, Microsoft revealed that app developers would be able to respond to user reviews in the Windows Phone Store. Now, Microsoft has taken the first step in making this highly-desired feature happen by launching a private pilot program.

Airbnb users face snitchers charter in San Francisco

A measure has been proposed that would put restrictions on Airbnb users and allow neighbours to earn up to 30 per cent of fines and taxes that result from successful court actions.Read more:



Ask Slashdot: Dealing With an Unresponsive Manufacturer Who Doesn't Fix Bugs?

moofo writes: I've had huge problems with a security appliance since its installation. Specifically, the VPN SSL client is causing a problem for the majority of my remote clients. The company acknowledged the bug, but they are jerking me around, and no resolution is in sight.

Category 4 Hurricane Gonzalo on Collision Course with Bermuda

Hurricane Gonzalo is now the biggest hurricane threat that the tiny British island of Bermuda has faced in many years. With maximum sustained winds of 145 miles per hour, the storm ranks as a Category 4 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale,

OneDrive for Windows Phone gets visual updates to the file properties page

Microsoft has rolled out an update to the OneDrive app for Windows Phone. The update bumps the version number to and adds visual updates to the file properties page, as well as bug fixes and performance improvements. No further details were provided.


感谢借智图媒体的投递伴随着2015年苹果春季发布会的举办,Apple Watch这一万众瞩目的新产品终于“千呼万唤始出来”。虽然可穿戴智能设备品类繁多,但苹果的涉足仍被视为是该领域的标志性事件。


在今年年初结束的潜在药物rHIgM22的临床试验中,没有人的手指掉下来。rHIgM22的发现者之一Moses Rodriguez表示,这似乎是一个可疑的成功,但美国食品药品监督管理局(FDA)评审者对其表示了担忧。


深圳2015年7月2日电 /美通社/ -- 6月29日下午,“德国莱茵TUV深圳质量管理体系培训中心”在市第三职业技术学校揭牌成立,标志着德国莱茵TUV集团(以下简称“TUV莱茵“)与深圳市总工会(以下简称“总工会”)联合开展的“深圳国际化质量人才专项培训活动”正式启动,携手推动深圳标准对接国际标准,为深圳质量建设打下坚实的人才基础。

New Documents Found Pointing To Japan's WWII Atomic Bomb Program

Seventy years ago, the United States dropped the first of two atomic bombs on Japan. At the time, the US was the only country with nuclear weapons. That wasn’t for a complete lack of effort on the part of other countries, however,

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