Mobility startups: Apply to exhibit for free as a TC Top Pick at Disrupt Berlin 2018

In the realm of rapidly evolving technologies, mobility is without doubt one of the fastest-moving. And that’s why we’re searching for up to five of the most promising early-stage mobile tech startups to apply as a TechCrunch Top Pick at Disrupt Berlin 2018 on 29-30 November.

Alexa skills can now offer one-time-use purchases, like in-game hints or points

Alexa skill developers will now be able to sell “consumables” within their voice apps, known as Alexa skills, Amazon announced this morning. The company says that, starting today, developers in the U.S.

You’ll now need a subscription to get the best of Microsoft Office

Microsoft released Office 2019 for Windows and macOS this week, the latest version of its regular, non-subscription productivity suite. It’s the kind of Office that, ten years ago, you would’ve bought in a shrink-wrapped package at Office Depot.

With Mulesoft in fold, Salesforce gains access to data wherever it lives

When Salesforce bought Mulesoft last spring for the tidy sum of $6.5 billion, it looked like money well spent for the CRM giant. After all, it was providing a bridge between the cloud and the on-prem data center and that was a huge missing link for a company with big ambitions like Salesforce.

Bleximo raises $1.5M for its quantum computing accelerators

Bleximo, a startup that aims to build ‘quantum accelerators’ — basically quantum-based application-specific integrated circuits — today announced that it has raised a $1.5 million seed round led by Eniac Ventures. Other investors in this round include Boost VC, Creative Ventures,

Amazon donates $1M to Wikimedia

Back in March, we asked the question “Are corporations that use Wikipedia giving back?” The answer was kind of, sort of, with one key exception, noting, “Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Google all contributed around $50,000 by matching employee gifts. Amazon, on the other hand,

That weird nut Pokémon that showed up in Pokémon Go? It’s official now.

This past Saturday, something pretty weird happened in Pokémon Go: immediately after the monthly "Community Day" event came to a close, a strange, new, never-before-seen Pokémon showed up. Weirder yet: no one could actually catch it.

Tinder in India launches ‘My Move,’ a Bumble-like feature where women chat first

Tinder in India is now rolling out a new feature that allows women to make the first move. The setting, called “My Move,” is similar to the core feature in rival dating app Bumble, which is currently enmeshed in multiple lawsuits with Tinder parent Match Group.

Golden Gate Ventures closes new $100M fund for Southeast Asia

Singapore’s Golden Gate Ventures has announced the close of its newest (and third) fund for Southeast Asia at a total of $100 million. The first hit a first close in the summer, as TechCrunch reported at the time, and now it has reached full capacity.

A Tesla investor says he was recently questioned by U.S. regulators about that infamous “funding sec

Last week, on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt, regulator Jina Choi, who heads the SEC’s wide-reaching San Francisco unit, declined to confirm or deny that the SEC is investigating Tesla CEO Elon Musk for possible fraud. Said Choi, “I can’t tell you about any particular investigation in our office.

Nintendo finally announces some more new games for the Switch

Nintendo is at last (at last!) bringing some new content to the Switch! Yes! In a Nintendo Direct, the company let fly a number of games and a couple of original titles.

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: My Nature Documentary

The quality of this CGI may not be on par with Avatar, but the writing's better. Adapted from a story written by Jack Handey—and originally published in the New Yorker's "Shouts & Murmurs" section in July,

称霸全球游戏,腾讯帝国的困局之处

市场研究公司Newzoo近日发布了一份最新报告,报告中指出2013年全球游戏收入为755亿美元,而领先的前十家 […]

No Shortage In Tech Workers, Advocacy Groups Say

sabri writes To have a labor shortage or not to have, that's the question. According to the San Jose Mercury News: Last month, three tech advocacy groups launched a labor boycott against Infosys, IBM and the global staffing and consulting company ManpowerGroup, citing a "pattern of excluding U.S.

Meet the light bulb that brings the bass: LightFreq

A Kickstarter campaign is underway that aims to raise $50,000 so that the smart light bulb that doubles up as a Bluetooth speaker can become a reality.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/08/05/meet-light-bulb-brings-bass-lightfreq/

IFA手机趋势:大屏化减缓 低端手机更时尚

在马上到来的IFA德国柏林电子消费者上,一大批新款智能手机即将发布,各种迹象显示,大屏化已经不再是手机厂商的重点,时尚化设计、易用的体验成为新的趋势。

AT&T毁掉了Apple SIM最重要的功能

新款iPad配套的Apple SIM是一个非常好的功能:同一张SIM可以用于多个电信运营商。如果更换运营商,你可以直接在设备的设置中进行操作。你也可以使用自己的SIM卡,但如果不是的话,SIM卡的所有配置都是通过软件进行的。

25/12 unwire 今日科技情報

25/12 unwire今日科技情報 ------------- 生意欠佳 Samsung 關閉倫敦旗艦店 1 …The post 25/12 unwire 今日科技情報 appeared first on UNWIRE.HK 流動科技生活.

上交所交易量超过1万亿导致“爆表”

上海证券交易所周一称因软件设置原因,上交所市场成交金额超过1万亿元人民币后无法及时更新,此非技术故障,交易及个股行情不受影响。

GM Says 14 Chevy Models Will Have Apple Carplay Or Android Auto, First Available This Year

GM CEO Mary Barra announced today that Chevy will have 14 models across the brand that will have Apple CarPlay or Android Auto available. These cars will be 2016 model years and will be available this year. The all new Chevy Cruze will be the first complete model available.

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