Daily Crunch: Trump targets Huawei with emergency declaration

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Trump declares national emergency to protect US networks from foreign espionage While the U.S.

Team TUM wins SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition with record 288 mph top speed

SpaceX hosted its fourth annual SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition finals on Sunday at the test tube it built outside its Hawthorne HQ. We were on site for the competition, and watched as Team TUM, from the Technical University of Munich,

Cities must plan ahead for innovation without leaving people behind

Yung Wu Contributor Yung Wu is the CEO of MaRS Discovery District, a Toronto-based innovation hub. More posts by this contributor In big tech’s future expansion plans, public good should be the corporate incentive To actually change the world, Big Tech needs to grow up From Toronto to Tokyo,

Lyft’s dockless e-bikes have made their way to SF, but it wasn’t easy

When tech companies sue cities, it’s rare to see a resolution — albeit a temporary one — in favor of the tech company happen so quickly, if at all. Lyft sued San Francisco in early June,

In healthcare these days, ‘There’s an app for that’… unless you really need it

Sarah Lisker Contributor Share on Twitter Sarah Lisker is a Program Manager at the UCSF Center for Vulnerable Populations and a collaborator in The OpEd Project. She manages SOLVE Health Tech, which bridges private sector innovation with public health expertise to make digital health accessible.

Don’t hold your breath for the moon

In the house in which I grew up, a single framed newspaper front page loomed over us. “MAN ON MOON“, it declared jubilantly, in an enormous, suitably momentous typeface. Subheadings included “‘It’s very pretty up here … a fine, soft surface’” and, of course, “A giant leap for mankind.

Week in Review: The one-way web and Elon Musk’s Neuralink

Hello, weekenders. This is Week-in-Review, where I give a heavy amount of analysis and/or rambling thoughts on one story while scouring the rest of the hundreds of stories that emerged on TechCrunch this week to surface my favorites for your reading pleasure. Last week,

Watch Patrick Stewart grow bored of his winery in first ‘Star Trek: Picard’ trailer

Yes, Captain Jean-Luc Picard is indeed coming back. We knew this from previous announcements, but CBS All Access turned heads at this year’s San Diego Comic Con with an actual trailer of Sir Patrick Stewart Picarding his heart out. He says “engage!” for god’s sake.

Verified Expert Brand Designer: Milkinside

Gleb Kuznetsov refuses to settle for less. After spending years leading product design for startups and corporate clients, Gleb started a boutique branding agency, Milkinside, that helps clients translate new technologies into useful products.

Samsung’s 5G phone hits Verizon, Sprint getting two 5G devices this month

With 5G, when it rains, it pours. A few hours after Verizon officially started selling the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Sprint announced that it will be offering two 5G devices for its network by the end of the month. For now, it still feels like manufacturers are putting the cart before the horse here.

MultiVu raises $7M seed round for its next-gen 3D sensor

MultiVu, a Tel Aviv-based startup that is developing a new 3D imaging solution that only relies on a single sensor and some deep learning smarts, today announced that it has raised a $7 million seed round. The round was led by crowdfunding platform OurCrowd,

Rapping Grandpa Just Wants LeBron Back in Cleveland

LeBron James can choose to become a free agent this summer, and many fans in Cleveland are holding out hope that he'll come back to his home state, rejoin the Cavaliers and rain NBA championships down upon the shores of Lake Erie for years to come.

Patent filing reveals Microsoft's 'rich presentation taskbar button' invention on Windows

A typical taskbar button on Windows provides the user with the name of the active application, as well as an icon to identify the application. When you click on this taskbar button, the application will either appear or minimize to the taskbar.



超假!傳百老匯有 iPhone 6 偷步出售

剛有讀者報料指今日已經在百老匯以 $5,888 買到昨晚才剛剛宣佈的 iPhone 6,並且有相片及單據為證!(以下更多資料)The post 超假!傳百老匯有 iPhone 6 偷步出售 appeared first on UNWIRE.HK 流動科技生活.


据韩国媒体《今日亚洲》(Asia Today)报道,三星Gear VR虚拟现实眼罩在使用25分钟后可能出现过热现象。虽然这并非好事,但好在出现过热问题的Gear VR眼罩只是演示品,而非最终成品。



Giant 3D Tetris Cushions Are the Perfect Fort-Building Tool

If you stop and think about it, Tetris is less a puzzle game, and more a simulator that has players building virtual forts using randomly-shaped couch cushions. Except that in real life they don't disappear when you've completed a layer,



本地食品超市 La Ruche 获得联合广场创投和 Felix Capital 的 900 万美元投资

不要再到超市去买菜了,你可以直接从本地的农民和食品加工厂来买。法国创业公司 La Ruche qui dit oui(同时在英国被称为 The Food Assembly),正在推行这一从农场到餐桌的运动。


斯德哥尔摩的SkogskyrkogårdenIn English - SkogskyrkogårdenSkogskyrkog책rdenWoodland Ceretery是一座列入联合国教科文组织世界文化遗产名录的一座墓园,1915年的设计竞标时候,年轻的建筑师Gunnar Asplund和Sigurd Lewerentz获得了最终的胜利,墓园位于斯德哥尔摩南部的Enskede,1940年正式建成,这一年也是其中一位建筑师Gunnar Asplund逝世的一年,他把自己最终的归宿也选在了他30岁那年设计的这个墓园里。

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