Risk startup LogicGate confirms data breach

Risk and compliance startup LogicGate has confirmed a data breach. But unless you’re a customer, you probably didn’t hear about it.

Leveling the playing field

There is an atmosphere of collaboration, not competition, around the creation of hardware for gamers within the assistive technology community. 

This Week in Apps: Apple talks App Store fraud, responds to antitrust complaints; Facebook growth is

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 continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020.

Rocket Lab’s 20th Electron launch ends in failure with the loss of its payload

Rocket Lab flew its 20th Electron mission on Saturday morning, but the launch ran into a significant issue just after its second stage engine ignited. The engine appeared to shut down just after the ignition, which is not what it’s supposed to do,

Amazon launches miniTV, a free video streaming service, in India

Amazon, which already charges some of the world’s lowest charges for Prime Video in India, is going a step further to win more users in the world’s second largest internet market. The e-commerce giant on Saturday launched miniTV,

European AI needs strategic leadership, not overregulation

Proposed EU regulations could cripple AI development in the EU while China and the U.S. leap forward and lead to complete chaos when regulations in various EU bodies start contradicting.

Solana, a blockchain platform followed by top crypto investors, says it’s a lot faster than Ethereum

Solana isn’t known yet outside of the crypto community. But insiders think the blockchain platform is interesting for a wide variety of reasons, beginning with its amiable founder, Anatoly Yakovenko,

Extra Crunch roundup: Selling SaaS to developers, cracking YC after 13 tries, all about Expensify

In an exclusive TechCrunch exposé, a founder shares the key lessons he learned while steering his startup through YC’s stringent selection process.

5 product lessons to learn before you write a line of code

To uncover some basic truths about building products, we spoke to three entrepreneurs who have each built more than one company.

CMU teaches its snake robot to swim

The snake robot has been something of an institution in the Carnegie Mellon robotics labs. Every time I visit the school, the biomimetic robot has seemingly learned a new trick. This week, the school announced it has added swimming to the list.

Facebook tests video speed dating events with ‘Sparked’

Facebook confirmed it’s testing a video speed-dating app called Sparked, after the app’s website was spotted by The Verge. Unlike dating app giants such as Tinder, Sparked users don’t swipe on people they like or direct message others. Instead,

With 1M Sold In The Last Quarter, Google’s Chromebooks Are A Hit With Schools

During its earnings call this week, Google announced that it — and its partners — sold a million Chromebooks to schools in the last quarter. Overall PC sales worldwide were about 76 million in the last quarter, according to Gartner’s latest numbers,

Injecting Liquid Metal Into Blood Vessels Could Help Kill Tumors

KentuckyFC (1144503) writes One of the most interesting emerging treatments for certain types of cancer aims to starve the tumor to death. The strategy involves destroying or blocking the blood vessels that supply a tumor with oxygen and nutrients. Without its lifeblood,



John Oliver Is Leading the War Against Pumpkin Spice

The pumpkin spice obsession has gone too far. What started as a shamelessly Instagrammed beverage is now invading aisles of the grocery store it has no business in — it's even being deep fried.John Oliver, never afraid to tackle the tough issues,

This startup wants to be the Uber of content marketing

You know how they say there's an Uber for everything? This new platform wants to add to the list.ArticleBunny, which launched this week, says it stands to have an equally transformative impact as Uber — this time on the way businesses build original and engaging content.

A Look Inside Silicon Valley’s Wild Biotech Accelerator IndieBio

Silicon Valley breeds the kind of people that dare to dream of technology that puts computers in the palm of our hands, make the world’s music library accessible wherever we go and plans to launch tiny satellites all over the world to bring global access to the Internet.


纽约时报(NYT)开发团队已经发布了Gizmo,这是一个基于Go语言的开源微服务工具包,这个工具包带有可配置策略和基础的交互端口,能给用户提供标准化的配置、日志、健康检查以及指标终点以提高服务质量期望值。 By Daniel Bryant Translated by 艾利特

Kremlin Echoes Trump, Calls Hacking Allegations a 'Witch Hunt'

On Friday the CIA, FBI, and NSA released a joint report alleging that Russian foreign intelligence services used disinformation campaigns and cyberattacks to help get Donald Trump elected. But this morning the Kremlin shot back. And they used words pretty identical to Donald Trump in the process.

华为P10怎么样 华为P10/P10 Plus主打工艺设计和摄影

【手机中国 新闻】北京时间今晚21点,华为将于MWC2017大会上正式发布两款旗舰,分别是P10以及P10 Plus,小编已经提前潜入场馆,遗憾的是并未发现华为P10以及P10 Plus的展示机,一心想整个大新闻的小编顿时泪奔。华 ... ...

乐视股权腾挪消化债务 手机业务资金链缓解

乐视在处理资金链问题上,充分展示了腾挪转移、长袖善舞的本领。今年1月14日,乐视网公告融资168亿元。随后,在2、3月份,乐视以乐视致新的股权,连续向上游供应链企业信利电子和仁宝昆山股权融资,被市场解读为“债转股”。这次融资的主要筹码是乐视致新的股权,乐视给出的承诺是将乐视致新的股权重组进入上市公司。 阅读全文

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