Tresl’s Segments Analytics gives small online stores the same data analytics as large sellers

Tresl’s flagship product, e-commerce intelligence platform Segment Analytics, is designed to give small brands on Shopify access to the same kind of analytics larger online retailers have. Founded by former LinkedIn data scientists, Tresl is currently exhibiting at CES’ Taiwan Tech Arena.

After a record year for Israeli startups, 16 investors tell us what’s next

Israel’s startup ecosystem raised record amounts of funding and produced 19 IPOs in 2020, despite the pandemic. Now tech companies across industries are poised for an even better year, according to more than a dozen investors we talked to in the country.

No one knows what anything is worth

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Human Capital: Labor issues at GitHub, Facebook’s new civil rights exec and a legal battle against P

This week kicked off with a report of a GitHub worker who was fired after cautioning his coworkers in the DC area to stay safe from Nazis during the assault on the U.S. Capitol. Meanwhile,

Stay gold, ‘Plaid for X’ startups

A failed acquisition usually triggers the same series of questions: What does this mean for early-stage startups in the sector? Will a chilling effect occur and hurt valuations? Will VCs stop funding this category? How will the exit environment look going forward?

Startups look beyond lidar for autonomous vehicle perception

Last CES was a time of reckoning for lidar companies, many of which were cratering due to a lack of demand from a (still) non-existent autonomous vehicle industry. The few that excelled did so by specializing, and this year the trend has pushed beyond lidar,

This Week in Apps: Parler deplatformed, alt apps rise, looking back at 2020 trends

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020.

Checkout wants to be Rapyd and Fast

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture-capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. We’re back on this lovely Saturday with a bonus episode! Again! There is enough going on that to avoid failing to bring you stuff that we think matters,

3Drens helps fleet operators use their vehicles more efficiently

3Drens’ IoT mobility management platform not only lets fleet operators track where their vehicles are, but also produces data that helps them make business decisions. The company began operating in Taiwan, where it is based, before expanding into Southeast Asia.

Origami Labs’ OFLO is a smart walkie talkie for frontline workers

OFLO is a voice communication system designed to replace traditional walkie talkies. Its hardware is more compact and lightweight, with a bone conduction headset, and capable of covering unlimited distances and multiple channels. Created by Origami Labs,

Minna Technologies, a subscription management tool for banking customers, raises $18.8M

With the proliferation of subscription services, combined with our lives becoming almost 100% digital, there’s a rising need to be able to manage these services. But most banks don’t have much of an answer. Step in Minna Technologies,

Nintendo profits dip hugely, plans recovery with new console for emerging markets

Nintendo has a plan, and President Satoru Iwata has said that the way forward is to target new hardware at developing nations.Read more:

#Love: In The Time Of Spotify

If you look closely at what I’ve built—at my playlists, all of them public—you can see me. You only have to search my name and you’ll see it all right there: what’s in my head. I’m 23, and my idea of love isn’t far from the chorus of “In Your Eyes”.

联想回应新机抄袭iPhone 6:国产就一定是抄的?

由于即将要发布的新机Sisley(S90)太像iPhone 6,联想在微博上遭到了很多网友的质疑,认为其抄袭苹果的设计。刚刚,联想官方产品内测平台@神机工场对此进行了回应。

万事达借鉴Touch ID推出具备指纹识别功能的信用卡

苹果公司并不是唯一一家利用生物识别技术进行支付验证和购物的公司,Apple Pay的合作伙伴万事达也在尝试利用指纹识别技术让那些没有iOS设备的用户也可以使用指纹完成支付验证。





These Are The Earth Cars Of A Space Agency

NASA is best known for its work with space-faring vehicles, including some very cool space cars . But the agency has a rich history of unique vehicles here on Earth, too, including many important contributions to the automotive industry. Here are the Earth cars of NASA.Read more...

See How Rising Sea Levels Will Ruin the World's Great Landmarks

Rising sea levels caused by unchecked carbon emissions are threatening coastal regions around the world. A new series of paired images projects two very different future scenarios—one in which we manage to hit our carbon pollution targets,


提前三周大肆宣传的漏洞 Badlock 终于公布了细节,虽然它的做法遭到了批评,但它所披露的威胁是真实的。Badlock 漏洞存在于每个 Windows 和 Linux 操作系统的一个名叫Distributed Computing Environment/Remote ... ...

Hawk mascot's 'flight' attempt ends in painful regret

At Tuesday night's Hawks vs. Celtics game, the Atlanta Hawks energetic and spirited mascot — Harry the Hawk — had a very unfortunate accident involving his...basketballs.Though Harry the Hawk did his best to delight the crowd at Philips Arena with his acrobatics, 

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