- NATO Is Nervous, and Its Biggest Concern Is the White House
Washington's allies in Europe will have Donald Trump "at the front of their minds" at the NATO summit amid "real concern" about the White House.
- 'Never Seen Anything Like It': Lab Scandal Could Overturn 23,000 Convictions
- Inside a Once-Prosperous Seaside Town That Backed Brexit
- Cyprus Connection: Manafort-Linked Accounts Raised Red Flag
- 'They Feed Off One Another': The Rising Power of Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner
- Give It to Me Straight, Doc: Is Obamacare Dying?
- What to Know About European Union's Divorce Clause
- How to Stay Safe on Ice? Walk Like a Penguin
- China Bans Veils and 'Abnormal' Beards in Western Province
China has banned wearing veils as part of a major crackdown on what it sees as religious extremism in the western province of Xinjiang.
- Driving While Drugged: It's More Common Than You Think
- This Commuter Town Has a Reputation As a Jihadi Breeding Ground
- Chicago Trauma: Counting Broken Bodies, Not Broken Spirits
- Schiff Says He Viewed 'Same' Materials Shown to Nunes
- Did Terrorists Learn How to Get Laptops Past Airport Screeners?
- This Pocket-Sized Prototype Could Take the Sting Out of Eye Care
- Obama Officials Made List of Russia Documents to Keep Them Safe
- States Eye Medicaid Expansion After Death of GOP Health Bill
- See How Your Neighborhood Voted in 2016
- ISIS Second-in-Command Killed in Airstrike: Iraq
Ayad al-Jumaili died in an airstrike targeting ISIS commanders, according to the Iraqi military. The report has not been confirmed by U.S. officials.
- See a Ravioli Moon, Jovian Swirls and More Space Treats
- Man Charged With Arson in Atlanta Highway Blaze
- Colombia Landslide Kills 112, Scores Injured
- Woman's Remains Found Under Grave of WWII Veteran
- New Photos Emerge of Missing Teen and Teacher
- Rise in Hate Crimes Spurs States to Enhance Protections
- These New Tech Products Are Too Good to Be True...
- Senate Intel Committee Rejects Immunity for Michael Flynn
- Vast Wealth Held By Trump's Top Aides, Documents Show
- With $500K in financing, The Perspective wants to unite a divided media world
How did a former comedy writer and marketing executive wind up tackling the thorny problem of our politically fragmented modern society? For Daniel Ravner, the 41-year-old founder of The Perspective, the answer was in the last election. The concept is relatively simple — basically create a media an...
- CRV just put advanced bioengineering on its shopping list
CRV, an early-stage venture firm that made headlines last year for its stance on then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign, is looking to get out a new (non-political) message: It’s diving more deeply into the business of AI-driven biotech. Read More
- Baidu’s AI team taught a virtual agent just like a human would their baby
- Embattled Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey leaves Facebook
- RydenGo gets ready to take on Lyft and Uber
- Crunch Report | Dropbox Uploads $600 Million Credit Line
Twitter stops counting @ replies, Dropbox takes a $600 million credit line, Audi acquires Silvercar and Toyota drives deeper into AI research. All this on Crunch Report. Read More
- I have a lot of feelings about the new ‘Ghost in the Shell’ movie
Ghost in the Shell is one of the best-looking science fiction films in years. Yet, despite how much I enjoyed it, it’s hard not to see it as something of a missed opportunity. Read More
- Uber’s Anthony Levandowski invokes Fifth Amendment rights in Waymo suit
- SpyBiotech, which makes a ‘superglue’ for vaccines, raises £4M from GV and Oxford
- SpaceX’s reused Falcon 9 rocket nails the landing for a second time
- Blue Apron could deliver an IPO in 2017, but should it?
- SpaceX successfully re-launches an orbital Falcon 9 rocket for the first time
- Booze investors favor apps, gadgets and biotech
- Watch SpaceX’s first launch with a reused Falcon 9 rocket right here
- Starbucks is going to try out a mobile order-only store
Starbucks introduced its mobile ordering system in 2015, and it’s been a victim of its own success in some ways. Customers at popular spots are eager to use the mobile ordering system to choose their selection and pay in advance, in the hopes of avoiding a line – but they’re having to wait anyway, ...
- Twilio now lets developers send and receive faxes
No, this is not an April Fools’ joke: Cloud communications platform Twilio today announced the launch of its “programmable fax” service. While Twilio’s general focus has been on reinventing the phone company (with a focus on developers), fax is a decidedly old-school technology. But it’s an old tech...
- Dear @Jack, I don’t love Twitter anymore
- Apple opens its App Accelerator in India
- Equity Podcast: Dropbox’s capital appetite and average revenue per dog
- We need a New Deal to address the economic risks of automation
- Travauxlib takes care of your home renovation for you
- Matternet cleared to fly blood samples in delivery drones over Swiss cities
- A UK entrepreneur takes flight by attaching miniature jet engines to his limbs
- Weekly Roundup: A big win for SpaceX, Congress votes to let ISPs sell your browsing history
SpaceX gets a big win after successfully relaunching a Falcon 9 rocket, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is officially unveiled and more details surface on Elon Musk’s new company. These are the top stories of the week, plus some long-form weekend reads. Read More
- Amazon quietly launches its own social media influencer program into beta
Social media influencers – like Instagram stars or YouTube celebs – often promote products they like, either as part of a brand relationship or as means of generating income through affiliate sales. Now, Amazon is looking to get in on this action as well. The company has quietly launched the “Amazo...
- Twitter is getting rid of the egg avatar (because that will totally fix the abuse problem)
- Stealthy gaming company Wonder is ready to tease its new mystery hardware
- Women in tech are still an undervalued pipeline for innovation
- Snapchat now lets you search across over 1 million Stories
- Apple releases new colorful Apple Watch ad
- The post office will now email you photos of your mail before it’s delivered
- GV’s Tom Hulme on AI, life sciences and the Alphabet VC’s future in Europe
- Robinhood stock trading app valued at $1.3 billion with big raise from DST
Zero-fee stock trading app Robinhood has added to its coffers, raising another big round of funding. According to sources, the round was led by Yuri Milner investment vehicle DST Global and values the company at $1.3 billion dollars. Read More
- April Fools’ 2017: Here’s the best and worst of this year’s pranks (so far)
April Fools’ Day falls on a Saturday this year. Seemingly worried that the internet goes away on weekends, a bunch of companies rolled out their April Fools’ jokes a few days early. Some of them are really, really good. Some of them… are not. Here’s our round-up of the ones worth a laugh, chuckle o...
- If it talks like a government and acts like a government, it must be a tech giant
- On-demand dog walking startup Wag quietly raised funding from General Catalyst and Sherpa Ventures
- SpaceX’s first Falcon Heavy launch could attempt upper-stage recovery
- Job satisfaction survey says tech, while bad, is better than other industries for women
- Cloudera posts long-awaited IPO filing
- NASA tests robotic tools to crack the surface of icy moons
- How Stories Search makes Snapchat a real-time YouTube
- Gillmor Gang: Blank Check
The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Keith Teare, Frank Radice, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, March 31, 2017. Doc checks AdTech’s pulse, Google poisons search with Fake News, and Social stews over trust. Plus the latest G3 with Denise Howell, Halley Suitt Tucker, Elisa Camahort Pa...
- Zozi’s ousted CEO sues board following last week’s layoffs
Tour and activities marketplace Zozi fired its CEO earlier this year, but employees were only just informed of this fact last week, when the ousted CEO – who hadn’t been in the office for months – crashed an emergency Town Hall meeting scheduled the day after the company announced a series of layof...
- Cloudera finally ready for the public stage
- Krablr releases first diversity report
- How marine biology inspired Soft Robotics’ industrial grippers
- Crunch Report | SpaceX Successfully Re-launches a Rocket
- Here are the frontier startups that presented at Singularity University’s third demo day
- Moodelizer helps add epic soundtracks to your video efforts
- Scientists use magnetic fields to remotely control biologically inspired soft robots