Since its debut on the TechCrunch Disrupt stage in September 2016, demand for a service like productboard, which gives companies a wholistic view of product development and encourages input from across an organization, has only gotten more acute, according to company chief executive Hubert Palan.
Some more comments from readers on the changing culture around startups filing their Form Ds with the SEC, and then a short update on SoftBank and a bunch more article reviews. We are experimenting with new content forms at TechCrunch.
Elon Musk’s tweets piss me off for two reasons. When he’s not accusing actual heroes of sex crimes or trolling the federal government, it’s what comes after that drives me batshit.
French startup BlaBlaCar is announcing plans to acquire Ouibus, the bus division of France’s national railway company SNCF. For the first time, BlaBlaCar is moving beyond carpooling and plans to offer both long-distance carpooling rides and bus rides.
Chappy, the dating app for gay men, has today announced a partnership with GLAAD. As part of the partnership, Chappy will make a donation to GLAAD for each conversation initiated on the dating app, from now throughout 2019. The company won’t disclose the amount of the donation,
French President Emmanuel Macron gave a speech at the Internet Governance Forum at the UNESCO in Paris. While the IGF has been around for a while, it hasn’t been as active as some would have hoped. That’s why the French government is issuing the Paris Call,
Black Friday may be still be 10 days away, but shopping season started early in the enterprise this year. We have seen acquisitions totaling almost $50 billion in the last couple of months alone, topped by the mega $34 billion IBM-Red Hat deal two weeks ago. What exactly is going on here?
Tel Aviv-based Audioburst has been developing a search engine for audio news, which allows users to locate audio content within podcast and other talk radio programs. Today,
In the wake of Broadcom failing to complete its takeover of Qualcomm, Intel is buying another chip company as it works on adjusting its own its business to fit the next generation of computing. Today the company is announcing that it is acquiring eASIC,
Microsoft is launching a few new networking features today that will make it easier for business to use the company’s Azure cloud to securely connect their own offices and infrastructure using Azure and its global network. The first of these is the Azure Virtual LAN service,
Microsoft’s Azure SQL Data Warehouse, the company’s cloud-based database service for big data workloads, is getting yet another speed bump today. A few months ago,
NBA star Kevin Love is on his way to join LeBron James in Cleveland after forcing a trade from the Minnesota Timberwolves, with whom he spent his first six seasons.So that's got to be enough to piss off even the famously nice denizens of Minnesota, right?
When Apple and GT Technologies first struck a deal for GT to produce sapphire for Apple's products, GT announced the deal with excitement. Now that GT has filed for bankruptcy, the company is painting the deal in very a different light.
It looks like today i'm on the security watch hour when it comes to Microsoft news. In another security and ease-of-use move made by Microsoft, OneDrive is now being updated to support password managers. Microsoft is looking to lower the barrier of entry into their services yet again.
We've seen a handful of deals lately on your favorite rechargeable batteries , but if you haven't begun collecting them yet, the Eneloop Power Pack is the best place to start.Read more...
Last Friday, the people who are making No Man’s Sky told me they’d been late to a meeting with Steven Spielberg. The legendary director waited, though, because he—like millions of other people across the world—was fiending to play No Man’s Sky. No pressure, right?Read more...
有沒有想過舊了的筆電一樣可以回收再造成有用物件？有喜愛 DIY 的發燒友嘗試將 4 個由筆電拆下的 LED 屏幕，組裝成一隻「假窗」 ，以 LED 模擬出日照的效果。就算房間沒有窗戶，都可以全天候享受到「日光」。
A glorious, glorious heatwave is keeping most of the US toasty right now, but the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says we’re all living in denial—winter is coming, and it has a data visualization to prove it.Read more...