The last several years have seen a substantial increase of ability for robotic exoskeleton technology. Completely understandable. For one thing, it’s that rare technology you encounter that really feels like it’s going to change lives for the better the first time you see it.
Non-fungible tokens have been around for two years, but these NFTs, one-of-one digital items on the Ethereum and other blockchains, are suddenly becoming a more popular way to collect visual art, primarily, whether it’s an animated cat or an NBA clip or virtual furniture.
Facebook unveils another experimental app, Atlassian acquires a data visualization startup and Newsela becomes a unicorn. This is your Daily Crunch for February 26, 2021. The big story: Facebook launches rap app The new BARS app was created by NPE Team (Facebook’s internal R&D group),
Astra, the Alameda-based space launch startup that recently announced its intent to go public via a SPAC merger, has secured a contract to deliver six cube satellites to space on behalf of NASA. Astra stands to be paid $7.95 million by the agency for fulfilment of the contract.
Wall Street investors can be fickle beasts. Take Salesforce as an example. The CRM giant announced a $5.82 billion quarter when it reported earnings yesterday. Revenue was up 20% year over year. The company also reported $21.25 billion in total revenue for the just closed FY2021, up 24% YoY.
When I needed a new sofa several months ago, I was pleased to find a buy now, pay later (BNPL) option during the checkout process. I had prepared myself to make a major financial outlay, but the service fees were well worth the convenience of deferring the entire payment. Coincidentally,
If Southern California-based Road Runner Media succeeds, you’ll start seeing a lot more ads while you’re driving. That’s because the startup is placing digital screens on the backs technicians’ vans, delivery vehicles, buses and other commercial vehicles.
Yelp released its very first trust and safety report this week, with the goal of explaining the work that it does to crack down on fraudulent and otherwise inaccurate or unhelpful content. With focus on local business reviews and information,
Airbnb takes a big step to avoid violence at the inauguration, Intel gets a new CEO and Affirm goes public. This is your Daily Crunch for January 13, 2021. The big story: Airbnb cancels all DC bookings during inauguration week Airbnb said today that “in response to various local,
Weezy — an on-demand supermarket that delivers groceries in fast times such as 15 minutes — has raised $20 million in a Series A funding led by New York-based venture capital fund Left Lane Capital. Also participating were UK-based fund DN Capital,
Every year, around 10 million pets go missing in the U.S.,and millions of those end up in shelters where they aren’t always reunited with their owners, due to their lack of identification or a microchip. A new mobile app, Shadow,
We've all heard horror stories of water intoxication, where it's claimed people drink too much water and, ultimately, die. But is it really true?Read more...
The Scripps National Spelling Bee named Ansun Sujoe and Sriram Hathwar co-champions of its 2014 contest.It was the first time since 1962 that two spellers shared the title.See also: 22 Spelling Bee Faces That Are the Definition of DramaThe bee came down to a nail-biting conclusion,
Patience is a virtue — one that this Great Dane just can't seem to grasp.While the gentle-giant breed is known for being cuddly, it turns out that they only like affection when it's directed toward them — not other Great Danes.In this video uploaded by YouTube user Ron Cameron,
据外媒报道，三星本计划于本月10日在英国市场开售新款旗舰手机Galaxy Note 4，但现在这家公司已向SamMobile确认，Note 4英国发售时间将推迟一周，即10月17日。
我们通常以“富可敌国”来形容苹果，因为这家公司拥有超过 1500 亿美元的现金储备。