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,

Why convertible notes are safer than SAFEs

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Apply to be a TC Top Pick at Disrupt San Francisco 2019

Savvy early-stage startup founders are making plans to attend our flagship event, Disrupt San Francisco 2019, on October 2-4 at Moscone North. It’s three jam-packed days of connection, inspiration and discovery that you don’t want to miss.

Cities are getting more serious about micromobility data

Gone are the days when cities and tech startups are constantly at odds with each other. Passport, a mobility management startup, has partnered with Charlotte, N.C.,Detroit, MIch.,and Omaha, Neb. to create a framework to apply parking principles,

Here’s how you’ll access Google’s Stadia cloud gaming service

Google isn’t launching a gaming console. The company is launching a service instead, Stadia. You’ll be able to run a game on a server and stream the video feed to your device. You won’t need to buy new hardware to access Stadia, but Stadia won’t be available on all devices from day one.

Discount student tickets still available for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2019

Here’s a shout-out to students fascinated by the world of robots and artificial intelligence. There’s a limited supply of discounted tickets left for TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI, a one-day conference that takes place at UC Berkeley on April 18. Apply now to reserve your $45 student ticket,

Daily Crunch: 85+ startups launch at YC Demo Day 1

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Here are the 85+ startups that launched at YC’s W19 Demo Day 1 With more than 200 companies,

Why a top antitrust lawmaker thinks it’s time to break up Facebook

When the newly-minted chair of a congressional antitrust committee calls you out, it’s probably time to start worrying. In an op-ed for the New York Times, Rhode Island Representative David N.

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.

刨根问底:唯品会乐蜂网“合体”的3大秘密

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新西兰沃达丰将成为Lumia 930独家运营商

威智网 6 月 26 日消息,根据外媒报道称,新西兰无线运营巨头沃达丰(Vodafone)日前宣布,该公司将成为新西兰当地独家销售诺基亚 Lumia 930 设备的运营商。  

防监听手机Blackphone五分钟内被Root

在拉斯维加斯举行的Def Con 安全会议上,安全研究员Justin Case用了不到五分钟就获得了防监听手机Blackphone的root访问权限,在没有解锁引导程序的情况下启用了ADB(Android Debug Bridge,连接电脑和手机的工具)。

三星发布双卡双待机入门机GALAXY Core Max

日前,三星发布了一款全新的入门级4G智能手机—三星GALAXY Core Max,产品型号为SM-G5108。从其产品的硬件配置来看,这款GALAXY Core Max走的并不是高端旗舰路线,而是比较亲民的入门级。这款三星GALAXY Core Max机身的三围尺寸为136.

数一数那些奇葩的互联网产品名称

最近在知乎等网站上出现了一个新的浏览器广告,名字叫“千寻”,乍听起来有点像宫崎骏日本动漫《千与千寻》的名字。本来有了UC推出的“神马”之后,大家对浏览器的奇葩名字倒是也有了几分免疫能力。

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A minor league baseball team in Utah is hosting 'Caucasian Heritage Night'

Well this sounds like a home run.A minor league baseball team in Orem, Utah is facing a barrage of criticism over an Aug. 10 ticket promotion it's calling "Caucasian Heritage Night."See also: 18 weird minor league baseball team names that struck out"Irish, Italian, Scandinavian, German....

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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opens in Hollywood this spring

LOS ANGELES — Hold onto your wands: Hogwarts West is coming.Universal Studios Hollywood announced Tuesday that the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is (finally) opening on April 7, 2016.SEE ALSO:

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