First look at Instagram’s self-policing Time Well Spent tool

Are you Overgramming? Instagram is stepping up to help you manage overuse rather than leaving it to iOS and Android’s new screen time dashboards. Last month after TechCrunch first reported Instagram was prototyping a Usage Insights feature,

Pitching a $99 tax advisory service for the masses, Visor has raised $9 million

The only sure things in this life, according to Ben Franklin, are death and taxes. And a new startup called Visor has just raised $9 million in financing to make one of them as painless as possible. Unlike Nectome, Visor won’t kill anyone,

The Criterion Collection is launching its own streaming service

When WarnerMedia announced last month that it would be shutting down its streaming service FilmStruck, the team at the Criterion Collection said it would be looking for a new digital home. Today, Criterion announced that it will be building that home itself — namely,

Tesla has opened up Model 3 orders to customers in China

Tesla is now taking orders for the Model 3 from customers in China, according to its website. Reuters was the first to report that Tesla is taking orders in China. Tesla won’t confirm or comment on the information published on its own China-focused website.

Gift Guide: The best gear for that friend who wants to start a podcast

Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide! Need more gift ideas? Check out our Gift Guide Hub. “How do I start a podcast?” As the producer of the TechCrunch podcast Equity, I get this question all the time. Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to get your voice out there,

Stoop aims to improve your news diet with an easy way to find and read newsletters

Stoop is looking to provide readers with what CEO Tim Raybould described as “a healthier information diet.” To do that, it’s launched an iOS and Android app where you can browse through different newsletters based on category, and when you find one you like,

Cryptocurrency chill causes mining speculator Nvidia’s stock to plunge

The cryptocurrency market is an exciting one, but it's also unpredictable — and when things go south, they take related businesses with them. Nvidia, a hardware giant that has been riding the cryptocurrency wave,

Reading List: Podcasting

I argued in my recent post What’s Next for Podcasting? that we’re at a pivot point where podcasting is becoming a mainstream content format for all types of shows and creators as Hollywood enters the fray. There’s a surge of interest by both creatives and businesspeople in podcasts right now,

VCs serve up a large helping of cash to startups disrupting food

Here is what your daily menu might look like if recently funded startups have their way.

UK report warns DeepMind Health could gain “excessive monopoly power”

DeepMind’s foray into digital health services continues to raise concerns. 

Crown, a new app from Tinder’s parent company, turns dating into a game

If you’re already resentful of online dating culture and how it turned finding companionship into a game, you may not be quite ready for this: Crown, a new dating app that actually turns getting matches into a game. Crown is the latest project to launch from Match Group,

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Lenovo Smartband joins the fitness gadget race

Lenovo is getting in on the growing market for fitness wearables, with its Smartband offering a heart rate sensor and sleep cycle monitoring.Read more:

日子难过 为削减开支索尼将停止赞助世界杯

威锋网 11 月 26 日,近日根据华尔街日报报道,据知情人人士称,索尼决定停止对对世界杯赛事的赞助。目的是为了削减开支。  另有原因称是因为索尼对未来两届世界杯的竞标程序透明度感到担心。




今年第19界届机器人世界杯刚刚在中国合肥落幕。澳大利亚新南威尔士大学的球队以3-1比分击败了一只德国团队,获得了核心赛事标准平台联赛(Standard Platform League)的冠军。

Danny DeVito is surprisingly great at 'Inflatable Flip Cup'

In a move sure to inspire fraternities across America, Danny DeVito and Jimmy Fallon played a rousing game of inflatable flip cup on Tuesday's episode of The Tonight Show.The rules are simple: Play Flip Cup while dressed in a billowy inflatable suit. And as it turns out, DeVito is suspiciously good.

Thousands of Medical Devices Are Open to Hacking Over the Internet

Security researchers claim that at least 68,000 medical systems — like MRI scanners and infusion systems — from a “large, unnamed US health group” are accessible online for hackers to attack.Read more...

Wikimedia’s Challenge To NSA Surveillance Too “Speculative” To Persuade Judge

A constitutional challenge to the NSA’s mass surveillance program, brought by Wikimedia earlier this year, was dismissed by a U.S. district court judge on Friday. Read More

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