Credit Karma glitch exposed users to other people’s accounts

Users of credit monitoring site Credit Karmas have complained that they were served other people’s account information when they logged in. Many took to a Reddit thread and complained on Twitter about the apparent security lapse. “First time logging in it gave me my information,

As tech layoffs surge, some support emerges for those without a job

The massive surge of COVID-19-related layoffs has put tech in a unique position. While the startup world is facing layoffs itself, it is also trying to help get people back to work. Back at the end of 2019,

Zelos is like a cross-game battle pass, rewarding you for completing challenges in games you already

People seem to love the concept of the battle pass. Largely popularized by Fortnite, battle passes reward players for playing well, and playing often. The better you do, the more XP you earn; the more XP you earn, the more stuff (new looks for your character,

ZmURL customizes Zoom link previews with images & event sites

Sick of sharing those generic Zoom video call invites that all look the same? Wish your Zoom link preview’s headline and image actually described your meeting? Want to protect your Zoom calls from trolls by making attendees RSVP to get your link? ZmURL.com has you covered. Launching today,

Google research makes for an effortless robotic dog trot

As capable as robots are, the original animals after which they tend to be designed are always much, much better. That's partly because it's difficult to learn how to walk like a dog directly from a dog — but this research from Google's AI labs make it considerably easier.

Want to survive the downturn? Better build a platform

When you look at the most successful companies in the world, they are almost never just one simple service. Instead, they offer a platform with a range of services and an ability to connect to it to allow external partners and developers to extend the base functionality that the company provides.

Pandemic puts the brakes on micromobility

As of this writing, nearly a million people globally have been infected with the novel coronavirus and 50,322 have died. Healthcare systems are overwhelmed, consumers and profiteers are hoarding supplies and some service workers have launched strikes while many others have been let go.

Zoom will enable waiting rooms by default to stop Zoombombing

Zoom is making some drastic changes to prevent rampant abuse as trolls attack publicly-shared video calls. Starting April 5th, it will require passwords to enter calls via Meeting ID, since these may be guessed or reused. Meanwhile,

Artificial intelligence can contribute to a safer world

Matt Ocko Contributor Share on Twitter Matt Ocko is co-Managing Partner and co-founder of DCVC (Data Collective). Alan Cohen Contributor Share on Twitter Alan Cohen is an operating partner at DCVC. We all see the headlines nearly every day.

Making sense of the WeWork S-1 (or trying to)

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.

Inside Voyage’s plan to deliver a driverless future

In two years, Voyage has gone from a tiny self-driving car upstart spun out of Udacity to a company able to operate on 200 miles of roads in retirement communities. Now,

Garmin's Edge 1000 May Be the Smartest Bike Computer Yet

While the phones in our pockets have been getting smarter and smarter at an alarming rate, bike computers (despite having the word "computer" right in their name) have been lagging way behind. But as sensors, radios, and chips have shrunk smaller and smaller,

BIND 10发布最后一个版本1.2,改名为Bundy

负责开发与维护开源DNS服务器软件BIND的互联网系统协会(ISC)宣布发布BIND 10的最后一个版本1.2。

Clinkle CEO's Statement On Apple Pay Reads Like a Eulogy

One of the many gospels Apple delivered to tech bloggers today was Apple Pay . It's a magical sounding mobile payments system that will use near field communication (NFC) to let users pay for things in front of them through their phone. The magic might be lost on child CEO Lucas Duplan,

土耳其总统反对进口苹果手机 称iPhone6和iPhone5雷同

土耳其总统埃尔多安一向以抵制社交网络和移动技术而闻名,日前他把矛头对准新款iPhone 6手机,称“iPhone 6和之前的iPhone 5雷同”。据法新社报道,埃尔多安28日在伊斯坦布尔的一场电视讲话中试图给该国的“iPhone 6热”降温。

Globe Player,让你能够在线观看和下载原汁原味的莎士比亚戏剧

视频无疑是未来互联网发展的一个重要领域,各大巨头的博弈也是愈演愈烈。然而,视频内容本身极具多样性,在各个细分市场的视频平台也有着许多机会。

从宏观角度,造成不同行业间收入差距的主要原因有哪些?

1、行业本身的挣钱容易程度。比如垄断企业、手游行业容易给高薪,而挣辛苦钱的行业如餐饮、酒店、来料加工型的工厂薪资低——想给高给不了。

Linux I2C总线驱动框架剖析 - 猛虎嗅薇

一、I2C Bus(集成电路总线)接口协议由飞利浦公司开发,产生于20世纪80年代,用于连接主控制器和其外围设备。

互联网大会上的“反维基百科”翻译

我们知道,语言仍然是信息交流的一大障碍,一个人不可能掌握每一种常用语言,而翻译过程常常会有缺失,有时候你不知道的话甚至会与原意完全相反。在中国浙江乌镇举行的互联网大会上,维基百科创始者Jimmy Wales 就遭遇到这个问题。他在会上预测,基于机器学习的翻译的技术进步有一天会让政府不可能控制信息的流动。但官网的文字实录与Wales的意思完全相反(如图所示)。根据文字实录,Wales看起来表达了对北京政策的支持。

Bono takes aim at Donald Trump supporters at iHeartRadio Awards

When U2 took the stage at the iHearRadio Awards Sunday night to accept an award, frontman Bono used his time to take a less-than-subtle dig at Donald Trump supporters."It's strange to say that there are places in the world where making music is a crime,

62 percent of U.S. adults get their news from social media, says report

A new study from Pew Research claims that 62 percent of people get their news from social media, with 18 percent doing so very often. As expected, the top social media news source is Facebook. The study claims that two-thirds of Facebook’s user base read their news on the platform,

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