The ethics of internet culture: a conversation with Taylor Lorenz

Taylor Lorenz was in high demand this week. As a prolific journalist at The Atlantic and about-to-be member of Harvard’s prestigious Nieman Fellowship for journalism, that’s perhaps not surprising. Nor was this the first time she’s had a bit of a moment: Lorenz has already served as an in-house expert on social media and the internet for several major companies, while having written and edited for publications as diverse as The Daily Beast, The Hill, People, The Daily Mail, and Business Insider, Read more […]

Samsung Galaxy S10 vs iPhone XS Camera Comparison

Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S10 series, went on sale across the world earlier this month. With the Galaxy S10, Samsung is jumping on the triple camera bandwagon and offering an ultra-wide angle sensor in combination with a regular wide angle and a telephoto sensor. With flagship smartphones being all about their camera nowadays, is the Galaxy S10 a better shooter than the iPhone XS? Find out in this comparison. Continue reading → Source: iPhonehacks.com Read more […]

AirPods 2 Pre-Orders Now Shipping with Estimated Delivery by Tuesday

If you pre-ordered the 2nd generation AirPods right after Apple announced it on Wednesday, you might want to check our order status. Apple has started shipping the first batch of AirPods 2 orders out to customers. The orders, however, will only be delivered by Tuesday to most customers. Continue reading → Source: iPhonehacks.com Read more […]

Hackers conquer Tesla and win a Model 3

A pair of security researchers dominated Pwn2Own, the annual high-profile hacking contest, taking home $375,000 in prizes including a Tesla Model 3 — their reward for successfully exposing a vulnerability in the electric vehicle’s infotainment system. Tesla handed over its new Model 3 sedan to Pwn2Own this year, the first time a car has been included in the competition. Pwn2Own is in its 12th year and run by Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative. ZDI has awarded more than $4 million over the Read more […]

Flying taxi startup Blade is helping Silicon Valley CEOs bypass traffic

One year after a $38 million Series B valued on-demand aviation startup Blade at $140 million, the company has begun taxiing the Bay Area’s elite. As part of a new pilot program, Blade has given 200 people in San Francisco and Silicon Valley exclusive access to its mobile app, allowing them to book helicopters, private jets and even seaplanes at a moments notice for $200 per seat, at least. Blade, backed by Lerer Hippeau, Airbus, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and others, currently flies passengers Read more […]

A family tracking app was leaking real-time location data

A popular family tracking app was leaking the real-time locations of more than 238,000 users for weeks after the developer left a server exposed without a password. The app, Family Locator, built by Australia-based software house React Apps, allows families to track each other in real-time, such as spouses or parents wanting to know where their children are. It also lets users set up geofenced alerts to send a notification when a family member enters or leaves a certain location, such as school or Read more […]

A week of game streaming and earthquakes

From Extra Crunch We hope all of you enjoyed the conversation with Eric Peckham and Lucas Matney on GDC and game streaming. For those who couldn’t join, a transcript should be coming shortly. Our enterprise reporter Ron Miller has a dive into how Salesforce became the model for enterprise SaaS companies, with some great early details into the launch of AppExchange. Continuing his growth discussion, Julian Shapiro of BellCurve.com discusses the acquisition marketing costs across 14 ad networks. Read more […]

Planning for the uncertain future of work

In a recently published, roughly 75-page report, British non-profit organization The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts (RSA) outlined several scenarios for how the UK labor market will be impacted by frontier technologies such as automation, AI, AVs and more. The analysis titled “The Four Futures of Work” was conducted in collaboration with design and consulting firm Arup and was spearheaded by the RSA’s “Future Work Centre”, which focuses on the impact of new technologies on Read more […]

Corporate biotech venture funding rises again

Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor 2019 US VC funds take a more boutique approach VCs aren’t falling in love with dating startups Biotech venture funding has been on a tear for the past couple of years, and corporate investors in the space are doing their part to boost the totals. Here at Crunchbase, we’ve put together an index of the largest pharma and biotech companies active in startup investment, along with Read more […]

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