Friday, July 3, 2020

These Coca-Cola Bottles Have Light-Up Lightsabers Built Into Them

The final installment in the latest Star Wars trilogy is about to launch later this month, and as expected, the marketing...

Just because it’s legal, it doesn’t mean it’s right

Companies often tout their compliance with industry standards — I’m sure you’ve seen the logos, stamps and “Privacy ...

‘Plundervolt’ attack breaches chip security with a shock to the system

Today’s devices have been secured against innumerable software attacks, but a new exploit called Plundervolt uses distinctly physical ...

Here are the five Startup Battlefield finalists at Disrupt Berlin

Fourteen startups presented onstage today at Disrupt Berlin, giving live demos and rapid-fire presentations on their origin stories...

Electric vehicle startup Nio lays off 141 employees at its North...

Electric vehicle startup Nio is laying off 141 people at its North American headquarters. According to a filing...

Fetchr – From Unicorn Dreams to Collapse Fears

Fetchr, Dubai based logistics company has raised 10 million USD as emergency funding to help avoid the eventual shut down. This news...

Netflix leases New York’s Paris Theatre

Netflix is expanding its theatrical presence by signing a long-term lease for The Paris Theatre, a historic...

Inside the Instagram AI that fills Explore with fresh, juicy content

Instagram has posted an article describing the behind-the-scenes machinery that fills the Explore tab in Instagram with...

China Roundup: Y Combinator’s short-lived China dream

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape...

Adidas backpedals on robotic shoe production with Speed factory closures

An expensive experiment in global distribution has been abandoned by Adidas,  which has announced that will close its robotic “Speedfactories” in Atlanta and Ansbach,...
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