It’s been hard to miss the scooter startup wars opening fresh, techno-fueled rifts in Valley society in recent months.
Abraham Othman Contributor Abraham Othman is a visiting scholar in the Operations, Information and Decisions department of the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania). He is an advisor to a number of blockchain applications including Augur, Codex, and Decent.
There was a time not so long ago when nine-figure venture capital rounds weren’t a near-daily feature of tech business news.
Snapcash ended up as a way to pay adult performers for private content over Snapchat, not just a way to split bills with friends. But Snapchat will abandon the peer-to-peer payment space on August 30th.
Over the course of a weekend we got a glimpse at some of the coming seasons and movies for various sci-fi, superhero, and other types of highly-anticipated fan-favorite franchises from the San Diego Comic-Con this year. Here’s a quick selection of some of the ones shown over the weekend:
Trill Project, founded by three high school girls, recently launched out of private beta to help people safely express themselves online. For those unfamiliar with the word “trill,” it’s a combination of “true” and “real.” An investor described it to me as a positive Yik Yak .
The blockchain is in the middle of a major hype cycle at the moment, and that makes it hard for many people to take it seriously, but if you look at the core digital ledger technology, there is tremendous potential to change the way we think about trust in business. Yet these are still extremely […]
Data, they say, is the new oil, and open public data is the new commons. Give the people the facts, and they will use them to make informed decisions. Right? Except that’s not the bureaucratic instinct. Bureaucrats fear the free flow of information.
The infrastructure that underpins our lives is not something we ever want to think about. Nothing good has come from suddenly needing to wonder “where does my water come from?” or “how does electricity connect into my home?
If you need something small, lightweight and indestructible, Timbuk2’s Lightweight Launch Backpack ($129) might be right up your alley. The pack, constructed from famously tough Tyvek, can fit a 13″ laptop comfortably and plenty else. At only 18L, it sounds small,
Welcome to Bag Week 2018. Every year your faithful friends at TechCrunch spend an entire week looking at bags. Why? Because bags — often ignored but full of our important electronics — are the outward representations of our techie styles,
网络公司D-Link（友讯）今天宣布推出一款新的户外无线云摄像头，全名为DCS-2330L Outdoor HD Wireless Network Cloud Camera（户外高清无线网络云摄像头），现已开售。
April 8th is D-Day for Windows XP, as the operating system goes out of support -- it isn’t the end of the world, as security companies have pledged extended support. There are other options customers can utilize to continue running the OS relatively safely, as well,
据Gizbot网站7月31日报道，2014柏林国际电子消费品展览会(IFA)即将拉开帷幕。华为已经开始为各大媒体发送邀请函，很有可能在本次展会前夕揭开平板手机Ascend Mate 3的面纱。
剛看完電影《露西》，一方面很震驚原來台灣從電影視角中切入居然也挺美的，一方面又很憂心電影中充斥著在台灣遇害的劇情，有可能會造成觀光客訪台欲望降低；設計工作室 Bito Studio 與 Finger and Toe 合作，設計推出了一支非常厲害的短片，看了真心覺得在台北漫步其實超幸福的阿！
From Klay Thompson's 37-point quarter to Tinder night in the ATL, from the bottomless well of schadenfreude known as the New York Knicks to Kobe Bryant and LeBron James' poignant January matchup, from powerful statements by massive stars to the funniest flop we've seen of late, from — ah,