Here’s what having the biggest game of the year looks like at E3

For all of the beautiful photo-realistic titles shown off at E3 this year, for all the mind-bending storylines and beautiful art styles, it seems that nobody can stop thinking about Fortnite. The battle royale title has picked up users at break-neck speeds,

The Biggest Video Game Disappointments of 2014

Some video games were great this year. Some were not so great. These, as compiled by our bleep bloop buddies at Kotaku, are the latter.Read more...

10 Big Myths About Video Games, Debunked By The People Who Make Them

Today, more people than ever before are playing video games...but most people still don’t actually understand how games are made. Even for hardcore game aficionados, game development remains fairly shrouded in mystery.Read more...

​OS X Yosemite First Impressions: Apple Biggest Desktop Move In Years

The brand new OS X Yosemite is perhaps the most dramatic redesign of Apple's operating system to date. After some time to using the biggest features in the new OS in a developer preview, I think Apple's on to something.Read more...

Notes From The Game Developers Conference

This year’s GDC featured a wide range of themes and topics, subjects of interest and discussion. It was also a somewhat uncertain and quiet GDC however. Read More

Design Tips For VR Games

VR’s coming whether you like it or not. How best to make use if it? Read More

Virtual Reality Is Happening, But Like For Real This Time

Virtual reality is a lot like the flying car: It's always juuuust a few years off. But recently—just this week—the VR hype has reached a fever pitch. And let me tell you this is no Virtual Boy bullshit. When we look back at the past through rose-colored VR headsets,

The Five Biggest Problems With Twitch

Twitch is a popular service, and there’s a good reason Amazon paid nearly $1 billion for it. But as a streamer and viewer, I’ve come to realize it’s not perfect; there are lots of problems, actually.Read more...

Video Games' Blackness Problem

Video games have a blackness problem. This has been a known thing for a while, and we do talk about it from time to time. But I'd like to keep talking about it.Read more...

Here Is Everything You Hate About Technology

We asked recently asked Gizmodo’s readers about their biggest frustrations with technology today. Your answers were smart, poignant, sad, funny, and so compelling that we had to compile them.Read more...

How Ingress, Google's Real-World Smartphone Game, Got Me Out of My Shell

Getting out of the house and meeting new people is hard. For a long time, I let inertia limit me to the same neighborhood and daily routine—until I started playing a mobile, augmented-reality game from Google called Ingress. In just a few months, I’ve explored places I’d never seen before,

Celonis brings intelligent process automation software to cloud

Celonis has been helping companies analyze and improve their internal processes using machine learning. Today the company announced it was providing that same solution as a cloud service with a few nifty improvements you won’t find on prem. The new approach,

Saudi ally calls for Uber boycott over response to Khashoggi’s vanishing

Uber is facing calls for a boycott of its app in the Persian Gulf, a region that has poured billions of dollars of investment into the company’s ride-hailing business in recent years: 

Palm returns as an ‘ultra-mobile’ smartphone

I shared images I shot of the Palm device with a few co-workers ahead of this morning’s unveiling, and they were downright giddy. The new “ultra-mobile” device (a term us old people used to use to refer to something closer to a netbook) is a hard thing to contextualize without a picture,

Truphone, an eSIM mobile carrier that works with Apple, raises another $71M, now valued at $507M

Truphone — a UK startup that provides global mobile voice and data services by way of an eSIM model for phones, tablets and IoT devices — said that it has raised another £18 million ($23.

Did you score tickets to Startup Battlefield Africa 2018?

In just about two months, the TechCrunch crew will head to Lagos, Nigeria to host the day-long, action-packed Startup Battlefield Africa 2018. Come join us and watch the founders of Africa’s best early-stage tech startups compete for the glory,

It’s official: London-based Stride.VC raises £50M seed fund

Stride.VC, the new VC fund from Fred Destin, formerly a partner at Accel, and Harry Stebbings, producer of the “The Twenty Minute VC” podcast and ex-Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Atomico, is being officially unveiled today, confirming most of the details of my earlier report.

Penta, the German challenger bank account for SMEs, raises €7M Series A

Penta, the German fintech startup that offers a digital bank account targeting SMEs, has raised €7 million in Series A funding. Backing the company once again is Inception Capital, with total funding now at €10 million since Penta was founded in May 2016. Launched in Germany in December,

Musical.ly kills its standalone live streaming app Live.ly

Musical.ly is merging the functionality from its two-year old live streaming platform Live.ly into its main app, and has disabled Live.ly’s standalone app as part of the transition process. The Live.ly app will eventually be pulled from the App Store and Google Play,

N26 launches a revised metal card

Fintech startup N26 is updating its N26 Metal product and launching it tomorrow. You might remember that the company first announced its premium card at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin in December 2017. Shortly after the conference, the card was available in early access for existing N26 Black customers.

This new startup wants to be the ‘Netscape for crypto,’ and some investors think it has a shot

Three-month-old Elph wants to make it easier for you to find and use blockchain-based apps. How? Through a portal that’s promising to enable users to click through to see how their crypto holdings are faring, to buy and sell CryptoKitties, or to find and use other decentralized apps.

科技调头:我把Mac换成了Windows

本文作者走出了苹果的产品世界,发现了Nexus系列产品的好处之后又把MacBook卖掉换成了Surface,这是因为每个人都有自己的需求。

Ask Slashdot: Which NoSQL Database For New Project?

DorianGre writes: "I'm working on a new independent project. It involves iPhones and Android phones talking to PHP (Symfony) or Ruby/Rails. Each incoming call will be a data element POST, and I would like to simply write that into the database for later use.

会在Win9中到来?微软展示可交互动态磁贴及多任务栏

微软近年一直在自家产品线中大力推进UI的Metro化,但微软没有因此停止对人机交互界面的探索,他们认为Metr […]

GitHub Cofounder Resigns After Internal Harassment Investigation

GitHub president Tom Preston-Werner has resigned from the social network for software engineers that he cofounded in 2008. He and his wife Theresa Preston-Werner were cleared of any legal wrongdoing regarding harassment claims from GitHub engineer Julie Ann Horvath. Read more...

I Dare You Not To Spend Your Entire Day Playing The Rubik’s Cube Google Doodle

The Rubik's Cube, both a torture and a delight to many of us, today celebrates its 40th birthday, and Google has joined in with an interactive Rubik's Cube Google doodle. I've already spent about 15 minutes playing around with it, so before you type in "www.google.

苹果发明人工肌iPhone相机镜头促动新材质

威锋网讯 6 月 19 日消息,美国专利商标局本周四公布了一项苹果提交的专利申请,这项专利涉及到的是一种控制 iPhone 相机镜头的新材质——人工肌。

iMessages 垃圾信息泛滥,黑莓趁机宣传 BBM

最近有报告称,苹果 iMessages 信息服务在美国也遇到了垃圾消息的问题。黑莓利用这些报告的造势,并开始强势宣传自家的 BBM 通信服务。有报告称,苹果 iMessages 用户收到的垃圾信息占有移动设备垃圾信息的30%。

4 GMO Myths, Debunked

The Flavr Savr tomato first hit grocery stores in 1994To the layman, it looked like any other produce fresh from the farm: plump and bulbous, with a rich, ruby hue. But it was hiding a secret. Thanks to a carefully crafted genetic modification of its seeds,

【广州招聘】荔枝FM招聘社会化媒体营销专员、文案策划、实习生

荔枝FM是一款以“人人都是主播”为口号的手机轻电台软件,目标是帮助人们在手机上实现人人都可以做主播的梦想。

媒体称国行版PS4游戏机不锁区

北京时间12月29日下午消息,据新浪游戏实测,国行版PlayStation 4(以下简称“PS4”)能够运行非国行版PS4实体版、数字版游戏,且能够成功登陆非中国区PSN游戏网络,这与国行Xbox One形成了鲜明的对照,对此索尼官方拒绝回应。

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