SpaceX gets FCC approval to add 7,518 more satellites to its Starlink constellation

SpaceX's application to add thousands of satellites to its proposed Starlink communications constellation has been approved by the FCC, though it will be some time before the company actually puts those birds in the air.

ClassPass, Gfycat, StreetEasy hit in latest round of mass site hacks

In just a week, a single seller put close to 750 million records from 24 hacked sites up for sale. Now, the hacker has struck again. The hacker, whose identity isn’t known, began listing user data from several major websites — including MyFitnessPal, 500px and Coffee Meets Bagel,

Vision system for autonomous vehicles watches not just where pedestrians walk, but how

The University of Michigan, well known for its efforts in self-driving car tech, has been working on an improved algorithm for predicting the movements of pedestrians that takes into account not just what they're doing, but how they're doing it.

How to read fiction to build a startup

“The book itself is a curious artefact, not showy in its technology but complex and extremely efficient: a really neat little device, compact, often very pleasant to look at and handle, that can last decades, even centuries. It doesn’t have to be plugged in, activated,

Investor momentum builds for construction tech

Although it’s not the sexiest of industries, the hefty construction sector in 2018 attracted not only the attention but, more importantly, the dollars of investors.

Visa and Mastercard could raise interchange fees

According to a report from the WSJ, Visa and Mastercard are considering raising interchange fees on card transactions in the U.S. Visa and Mastercard generate most of their revenue from these small processing fees, and it could have implications for merchants and fintech startups.

Uber sues NYC to contest cap on drivers

Uber filed a lawsuit against New York City, The Verge reported. The company wants to overturn New York City’s rule that caps the number of new ride-hailing drivers. Last summer, the city approved legislation that halts the issuing of new licenses to drivers for 12 months.

Transportation Weekly: Didi woes, how Nuro met Softbank, Amazon’s appetite

Welcome back to Transportation Weekly; I’m your host Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. This is the second edition and seriously people, what happened this week? Too much. Too much! Never heard of TechCrunch’s Transportation Weekly? Catch up here. As I’ve written before,

Facebook will pass off content policy appeals to a new independent oversight body

Facebook doesn’t want to be the arbiter of decency when it comes to content policy decisions, similar to how it looked to third-party fact checkers rather than becoming an arbiter of truth. Today on a press call with journalists,

OpenStack regroups

Only a few years ago, OpenStack was the hottest open-source project around, with a bustling startup ecosystem to boot. The project, which gives enterprises the tools to run the equivalent of AWS in their own private data centers,

Facebook reports a massive spike in government demands for data, including secret orders

Facebook has published the details of 13 historical national security letters it’s received for user data. The embattled social media giant said that the letters dated between 2014 and 2017 for several Facebook and Instagram accounts. These demands for data are effectively subpoenas,

Apple iWatch Parody Will Make You Question Every Wearable Gadget

Another week, another unnecessary tech productThe newest craze in gadgets-we-don't-really-need? Wearable devices, namely Apple's hotly anticipated iWatch.See also: Lifelogging: The Most Miserable, Self-Aware 30 Days I've Ever SpentMathius, a Youtube channel known for poking fun at technology,

Streethub Launches Its Click And Collect iOS App For London Boutiques

Previewed last year, a new app hopes to entice people out of their homes to local stores in London, starting off with boutique fashion and gift stores. StreetHub’s iOS app lets shoppers either ‘click and collect’ directly from local stores,

Mandarin Oriental hotel guests to benefit from in-room Surface Pros

A new partnership between Microsoft and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group means that visitors to the luxury hotels will be able to use Surface Pros in their rooms.

Apple prepares swift iOS 8.0.2 update following botched patch

What happened to iOS 8.0.1? It was swiftly binned when Apple found out that the update caused more issues than it cured, including loss of cellular service, no less.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/09/25/apple-prepares-swift-ios-802-update-following-botched-patch/

Don Lemon tells Cosby rape accuser how she could have prevented her assault

CNN anchor Don Lemon is under fire after suggesting in an interview Tuesday that a woman who claims Bill Cosby raped her could have prevent her assault.Joan Tarshis, who says Cosby sexually assaulted her twice in 1969,

Mini Cooper 最佳拍檔!Mini 發表全新可摺疊電動滑板車

正當各大車廠都在洛杉磯車展中公開各款新車時,Mini 卻竟然在會場上發表了一款名為 Mini Citysurfer Concept 的電動滑板車,而且它更可以摺疊收藏起來,是短距離移動的理想代步工具。以下有更多資料:The post Mini Cooper 最佳拍檔!

Kepler Discovers Solar System's Ancient 'Twin'

astroengine writes: Astronomers have found a star system that bears a striking resemblance to our inner solar system. It's a sun-like star that plays host to a system of five small exoplanets — from the size of Mercury to the size of Venus.

90后创业聚在中关村创业大街飞马旅成功举办

北京2015年4月2日电 /美通社/ -- 3月26日,主题为“创业企业的新闻传播之道”在中关村创业大街飞马旅成功举办。

英特尔在中国的成功取决于平价手机和平板

「中国是联网产品的最大市场。」不久前在深圳召开的 IDF 大会,英特尔高级副总裁 Kirk Skaugen 一上台就说了这么一句话。在 2014 年中,这个国家「消化」了全球 30% 的联网设备,4,

以色列男子黑进麦当娜电脑被判刑 或致其歌曲泄漏

据外媒9日报道,一名以色列男子因为黑客攻击进入包括麦当娜在内的许多歌星的电脑,在特拉维夫被判监禁14个月。以色列在美国联邦调查局的帮助下展开调查后,在1月份逮捕了39岁的阿迪·里德尔曼。

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