TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield is coming soon to Beirut, São Paolo and Lagos

Everyone knows there are thriving startup communities outside of obvious hubs, like San Francisco, Berlin, Bangalore and Beijing, but they don’t always get the support they deserve. Last year, TechCrunch took a major page from its playbook, the Startup Battlefield competition,

Y Combinator bets on the booming podcast industry

Brew helps creators get paid to podcast with a subscription-based app complete with original shows.

Targeting payday lenders, Branch adds pay on-demand features for hourly workers

Branch, the scheduling and pay management app for hourly workers, has added a new pay-on-demand service called Pay, which is now available to anyone who downloads the Branch app. It’s an attempt to provide a fee-based alternative to payday lending,

Successful launch propels OneWeb to $1.25B in new funding

Following the successful launch and deployment of the first six satellites in a planned constellation of hundreds, OneWeb has raised $1.25 billion in funding to kickstart mass production. It’s a powerful endorsement of and ambitious plan to create an entirely new layer of global connectivity.

ClimaCell bets on IoT for better weather forecasts

To accurately forecast the weather, you first need lots of data — not just to train your forecasting models but also to generate more precise and granular forecasts. Typically, this has been the domain of government agencies,

Daily Crunch: Apple updates the iPad Mini

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EU gov’t and public health sites are lousy with adtech, study finds

A study of tracking cookies running on government and public sector health websites in the European Union has found commercial adtech to be operating pervasively even in what should be core not-for-profit corners of the Internet. The researchers used searches including queries related to HIV,

YC-backed Basement is a social network for close friends only

The past few years have been a bit of a dark age for budding social media startups. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snap and messenger apps took up all the time of their users, leaving little room for yet another social media platform. But the tide is shifting.

Facebook’s new AI research is a real eye-opener

There are plenty of ways to manipulate photos to make you look better, remove red eye or lens flare, and so on. But so far the blink has proven a tenacious opponent of good snapshots.

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,

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.

Friendly whale gets close to a fishing boat and says hi

The folks from I Want to Fish were about start fishing salmon off the coast of British Columbia when a humpback whale came to their boat to say hi. No, really, she actually came by the ship, rolled, said hi with her fin and left. That's how awesome whales roll.Read more...    


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Microsoft confirms that Windows Azure will be rebranded to Microsoft Azure


今天,纽约时报问了马扎一个问题,“Facebook 还能创新么?”听来感觉就像,“已阅千山万水,你还有冲动么?"一样,问的是马扎,想必整个创业圈的人都扪心自问了一下,自己要给用户的下一个惊喜是什么?



DARPA Wants To Make Tanks Sleeker, Faster — And Deadlier

Tanks are Goliaths. They're covered with layers and layers of thick armor for protection, which makes them huge and slow-moving. Now, DARPA wants to change that. Read more...

Intel-Altera Deal Marks Second Big Chip Company Merger In Less Than A Week

This morning Intel confirmed it had bought Altera, maker of programmable chips, for $16.7 billion. That may seem like a big number until you consider that Avago Technologies Ltd. bought wireless-chip maker Broadcom last week for $37 billion. It’s a good week to be in the chip business.





支离破碎的 VR 头盔,不过是终端厂商的又一次「照猫画虎」

2014 年,Oculus 以 20 亿美金的高价被 Facebook 收入囊中,就像一支绚烂夺目的礼炮在高空中炸开,闪耀着迷人的光辉。而在遥远东半球的另一片创业热土上,也有一大群人在为 VR 头戴式设备呕心沥血。 如果你一直关注着 2015 年科技圈的新闻,应该对下面这几个名字感到熟悉:Cardboard、暴风魔镜、蚁视、Hololens、HTC Vive、三星 Gear VR。这其中既有 Google 处于教育市场的目的推出的廉价 VR 眼镜盒,也有需要借助手机屏幕作为显示器的移动 VR 设备,还有依靠电脑驱动高帧率显示器的 PC 级 VR。

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