- Why This CEO Says You Shouldn't Check Your Email Today
Tony Hsieh of Zappos talks about what he's learned since creating Yesterbox, his pioneering Inbox technique.
- The Surprising Reason This Scientist Wants to Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth
- Easement Granted, Company Says Dakota Pipeline Can Proceed
- Why These Scientists Fear Contact With Aliens
- What is 'Snowboarding Big Air?' We'll Find Out in Year at Winter Games
- Human Trafficking: Flight Attendants Fight Back for Victims
- How the NFL Will One Day Bring the Super Bowl to You
- The Math Behind How Betting Odds Are Set
- How We're Teaching Endangered Coral Reefs to Help Themselves
- Trump's Wall Is Only One Potential Option for Border
- Experts Caution Against Cutting U.S. Overseas Military Presence
"The idea that we would simply walk away from our allies … is a mistake," said Adm. James Stavridis, a NBC News contributor.
- Private Prisons Memo Could Signal More Immigrant Lockups
- Trump's Trips to Florida Home Come at a Cost
- Analysis: The Quiet Response to Trump's Explosive Claim
- Wild Elephants Are Up All Night, Perplexing Scientists
- Now That's a Celebration of Life: Bars in Funeral Homes
- This Autonomous Race Car Is Driving into the Future
- See a Dying Star, Astronauts Camping And More Out-of-This-World Shots
- Could Using Sleep Tracking Apps Cause Worse Sleep?
- The Smartest, Fastest Way to Park Your Car
- North Korea Fires Four Missiles Off Eastern Coast
The South Korean military was still determining the type of projectile it was and how far it traveled.
- FBI Director Asked DoJ to Reject Trump Wiretap Claim
- GOP to Announce Obamacare Replacement This Week
- White House Calls for Probe, Offers No Proof of Wiretapping
- Selma Anniversary: 5 Things You May Not Know
- 110 Dead From Hunger in Past 48 Hours in Somalia
- FBI Investigating Shooting of Seattle-Area Sikh Man
- Will He or Won't He? A Timeline of Trump's Immigration Order
- What Does It Take to Get a Legal Wiretap?
- Immigration Lawyer Navigates Uncertain Future for Many
Google says to ‘count on’ a second-generation Pixel smartphone this year
- NBCUniversal invests $500 million in Snap
NBCUniversal is now the only U.S. media company that has an official stake in Snap. Today, NBC Universal (which is a unit of Comcast) revealed that it invested $500 million in Snap as a strategic investment partnership during yesterday’s IPO. Snap shares popped 44 percent in the first day of tradin...
- Yelp is making it possible to find businesses with gender-neutral bathrooms
- Uber plans to turn its app into a ‘content marketplace’ during rides
- Jeff Bezos wants Blue Origin to be the Amazon of the Moon
- Algoriz lets you build trading algorithms with no coding required
Traders who have an idea for a money-making algorithm have two choices: learn to code themselves, or hire a great engineer. But neither of these two options are realistic, especially for part-time traders who don’t have a large bankroll behind them. Meet Algoriz, a startup participating in Y Combin...
- Snapchat soars again on second day of trading
Snap Inc., the parent of Snapchat, has been off to the races with its debut on the stock market. Yesterday, the stock closed at $24.48, a 44% gain from the IPO price of $17. And today it’s gone up a bit further, surpassing $29 at one point, an almost 20% increase from the close of yesterday. Shares...
- The Associated Press’ plan to put hyperlocal data in the hands of reporters
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- Amazon’s private label Elements expands for first time in years with invite-only vitamins and supplements
- What MWC 2017 tells us about the state of the mobile industry
- Facebook adds a travel-planning feature called ‘City Guides’
- Toyota’s new autonomous test car 2.0 is a tricked out Lexus
- Today is the last day to get extra-early-bird Disrupt tickets
- Uber uses a software tool to identify and sidestep code enforcement officials
Uber is using a tool called “Greyball” to work identity requests made by certain users and deny them service, according to Mike Isaac reporting for the New York Times. The software, later renamed the “violation of terms of service” or VTOS program, is said to employ data analysis on info collected ...
- Let’s meet at the March Micro-Meetup in New York!
In preparation for Disrupt New York in May I’m going to hold a few pitching workshops in New York for you all. We’ll listen to and critique ten pitches on March 13th at 7pm at the Knotel space at 22 West 38th Street, 3rd Floor. This is an informal pitch-off but the two best teams will get two ticke...
- U.S. consumers now spend 5 hours per day on mobile devices
- Thiel’s chief of staff tapped as White House deputy CTO
- How IIoT is revolutionizing utilities
- NextGen Venture Partners just raised a $22 million fund from 83 investors
- Former Uber software engineer alleges sexism from female manager
- Atom Bank raises $102M at $320M valuation for a mobile-only bank for millennials
- Watch World View explain its unique approach to space business and tourism
- For trans people in tech, it’s complicated when the industry suddenly cares
When Yelp added a way for its trans and gender non-conforming users to find safe restrooms, it felt like a mixed blessing for a community that’s used to being ignored. Over time, Yelp’s feature will provide a robust database of public bathrooms — the kind the transgender community has been building...
- Crunch Report | NBCUniversal Invests $500 Million in Snap
NBCUniversal invests $500 million in Snap, Jeff Bezos has plans for a Moon expedition, Uber plans to turn its app into a content marketplace and more Uber troubles. All this on Crunch Report. Read More
- Mixed reality arcades are the next big market opportunity — but not for VCs
- Amazon shuts down its cable store, probably because ISPs are awful
- Uber’s VP of product and growth has left the company
- How hackers turned a Cape Cod fishing guide’s site into a host for e-commerce fraud
- The 8 virtual reality films I can’t wait to experience at Tribeca Film Fest 2017
- The Fossil Q Hybrid smartwatch does wearables right
- Weekly Roundup: Snap’s soaring public debut, major AWS outage
- Secure messaging startup Symphony looks to expand the industries playing in its orchestra
The secure communications technology company, Symphony, is expanding its customer base. Read More
- Researcher finds bug that allowed free Uber rides
Uber has patched a bug in its code that allowed a researcher — and anyone else who might’ve discovered the problem — to hail Uber rides without paying for them. Anand Prakash, a security researcher, discovered the bug in August and received permission from Uber to test it in the U.S. and India. He ...
- As Snap ascended, these rival apps faltered
- Why newspaper subscriptions are on the rise
- Facebook tests reactions and Dislike button (!) on messages
- Why we’re ditching Demo Days
- Stanford student launches on-demand startup for ’emergency’ items like deodorant and hangover cures
- Meet the tiny phone company that’s making modularity sustainable
- In the new age of ubiquitous connectivity the message is the medium
- IBM adds new API to quantum computing cloud service
IBM announced today that it was updating its Quantum Experience cloud with a new API that it hopes will increase the abilities of researchers and other interested parties to build more sophisticated applications with its experimental quantum computing system. Last May, IBM opened up its 5 qubit com...
- Ford begins testing 3D printing large car parts for cost-effective customization
The spoiler on a future Ford car you buy might be 3D-printed. Ford Motor Company announced on Monday that they’ve begun testing 3D printing of large-scale parts, using tech provided by 3D printing industry giant Stratasys. The pilot project is designed to find out how Ford might be able to use 3D p...
- What Betsy DeVos’ confirmation means for innovation in education
- Let’s face it, Mobile World Congress isn’t about the mobile any more
- Blame bad applicant tracking for the soft skills shortage at your company
- 3 habits of successful language learners
- Fresh with cash, Anand Sharma’s Gyroscope is building the backend to the journey of you
- Trying out Prisma’s new photo filter store
- Hollywood producers and executives: what do they know? Do they know things? Let’s find out!