Twitch will now give Prime users free games each month

A bit of fun news for Amazon/Twitch Prime users: you’re going to get some free games each month. Twitch has just announced Free Games With Prime, a program in a similar vein as Microsoft’s Games With Gold on Xbox Live, or Sony’s offerings alongside Playstation Plus. In short: each month,

The Diary Of A Cord Cutter In 2015 (Part 10: The Rise Of Niche Video Streaming Services)

While today’s cord cutters are replacing their former TV-viewing activities with popular streaming services like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, the shift away from linear television on to on-demand, online streams has allowed a variety of niche services to pop up, too.

One Year Later, Should You Get An Xbox One Or A PS4?

People ask us all the time whether they should buy a new-gen console? Should they get an Xbox One? A PS4? For a year, we've told people to not bother with either. Now, we think you should make the leap, especially if you're a console-only gamer. But which one to get?Read more...

Facebook builds Patreon, Niche clones to lure creators with cash

Facebook is eager to displace YouTube and Patreon in order to become the home of online content creators, so it’s testing a bunch of new ways for them to earn money and connect with fans. Facebook’s dedicated Creator app that launched in November on iOS will come to Android soon,

Walmart to sell Handy’s in-home installation and assembly services in over 2,000 stores

Walmart this morning announced a partnership with home services provider Handy, which will allow customers to purchase in-home installation and assembly assistance in over 2,000 of Walmart’s stores.

Facebook lets all PC games Live stream and reward viewers

Facebook is challenging Twitch and YouTube for video game live streaming supremacy with the release of its new Games SDK for PC. After testing Live streaming from games like Overwatch from developers like Blizzard, today Live broadcasting from PC games to the News Feed opens to all developers.

Rylo’s shoot first, frame later camera is ideal for casual adventure-seekers

Action cameras are a gadget that mostly cater to a person’s wish to see themselves in a certain way: Most people aren’t skiing off mountains or cliff diving most of the time, but they aspire to. The issue with most action cameras, though, is that even when you actually do something cool,

LinkedIn now lets job seekers ask for referrals with a click of a button

LinkedIn this morning is rolling out a new feature for job searchers that allows them to better leverage their network of connections when looking for a new job. The company is introducing “Ask for a Referral,

Pinterest is slowly rolling out its automated shopping ads to more marketers

Pinterest is looking to continue to increase its portfolio of ads, though sometimes that can take a little while to see the light of day — and that includes a new-ish tool called Shopping Ads that’s slowly getting opened to more developers.


Facebook is using us. It is actively giving away our information. It is creating an echo chamber in the name of connection. It surfaces the divisive and destroys the real reason we began using social media in the first place – human connection. It is a cancer.

Here are some real things people said about brain preservation startup Nectome

Regular TechCrunch readers have probably noticed an uptick in Y Combinator-related profiles over the last few days, as founders rush to get press coverage before next week’s Demo Day. Today,

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.

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,



Xbox One 9 月 23 日香港发售,不含 Kinect 版本售价 HK$3,380

分类: 游戏产品Microsoft 刚刚宣布 Xbox One 将於 9 月 23 日正式在香港发售,不含 Kinect 版本售价 HK$3,380,含 Kinect 版本售价为 HK$4,180。



How Social Good Summit Is Unfolding on Social Media

Social Good Summit 2014 marks the fifth annual congregation of some of the world's brightest minds in the social good spaceWhile the event takes place in New York City, the conversations on social media extend the event to a global audience.

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最近摩托罗拉发布了一则广告,推广他们的新款高端手机Droid Turbo:一个人不慎从高楼上掉下来,但他半路计算出解决方案,调节自己落下的轨迹,让自己掉进垃圾桶里,毫发无伤。

华硕发布 ZenPad 家族平板

如同上周听到的传闻,华硕果真发布了新的 ZenPad 家族平板。这个系列将取代原本的 MeMO Pad 系列,并且有 7 吋、8 吋、10.1 吋等多少大小的选择。最引人注目的,大概就是搭载 2,048 x 1,

The best player in college hoops isn't afraid to smack-talk Drake

Australian freshman Ben Simmons is the best thing in college hoops this year, if you haven't been paying attentionHe has NBA-ready game — and, apparently, some NBA-ready trash-talk. We've long known the former,

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