• Twitter May Introduce An Algorithmic Timeline And People Are Losing Their Minds

    Twitter May Introduce An Algorithmic Timeline And People Are Losing Their Minds

    Remember Twitter? Or, at least, that would seem to be the sentiment from parts of Twitter that are now shocked that the company is considering switching to an algorithmic timeline, according to a BuzzFeed report. Everyone panic! This changes everything! Twitter will never be the same. #RIPTwitter. There’s even a top trending hashtag for it. Update: CEO Jack Dorsey said in a… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Passion Plate

    Gillmor Gang: Passion Plate

    The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, John Taschek, Kevin Marks, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, February 5, 2016. The Gang’s ears are burning as expletives fly around our heads in augmented reality. Plus, the latest G3 with Rebecca Woodcock, Francine Hardaway, Mary Hodder, and Tina Chase Gillmor. @stevegillmor, @scobleizer, @jtaschek, @kevinmarks, @kteare /… Read More

  • NFL's 1ST and Future

    Watch 12 Startups Pitch The NFL At 1st And Future Here

    Tomorrow, the Broncos and Panthers will battle it out for the right to call themselves the champions of Super Bowl 50. Today, just miles away from the stadium, twelve startups are battling it out in front of a room full of NFL executives, team owners, and investors. Want to watch it go down live? Here’s the live stream. Read More

  • How Mobile Technology Will Increase Stadium Security Crunch Network

    How Mobile Technology Will Increase Stadium Security

    In the months and years following September 11, one of the most noticeable changes was the experience of going through an airport—longer lines, no liquids, taking off your shoes. What used to feel out of the ordinary is now expected. After the tragedies in Paris targeting live entertainment venues, the Stade de France and Bataclan concert hall, the experience of attending a live event in… Read More

  • Repairing Your iPhone Home Button From An Unofficial Repair Shop Can Brick Your Phone

    Repairing Your iPhone Home Button From An Unofficial Repair Shop Can Brick Your Phone

    Going to an unauthorized Apple technician to repair your home button can cost you a lot of money. On Friday, The Guardian reported that thousands of iPhone users encountered a mysterious “Error 53” error due to a new security feature to protect your Touch ID data. This error renders your iPhone useless as it bricks it. Read More

  • How To Fix Tech’s H-1B Problem Crunch Network

    How To Fix Tech’s H-1B Problem

    I’m a Canadian who has spent a sizable fraction of his adult life working in the USA, so immigration, especially as it relates to the tech industry, is a pretty personal subject. I was at a Waterloo Engineering alumnus event in San Francisco this week, and, inevitably, the arc of every conversation bent towards immigration, and how Kafkaesque it can be, even for us fortunate Canadians. Read More

  • Crunch Report | 5:23

    Taylor Swift Signs Game Partnership With Glu Mobile | Crunch Report

    One Medical acquires diet coach app Rise, Instagram is testing account switching on iOS, Just Eat buys food startups from Rocket Internet, ZIRX is shutting down its consumer service on February 29th.

    Taylor Swift Signs Game Partnership With Glu Mobile | Crunch Report
  • New Air Force Satellites Launched To Improve GPS

    New Air Force Satellites Launched To Improve GPS

    This morning, the United Launch Alliance (ULA) successfully launched a Boeing-built satellite into orbit as part of the U.S. Air Force’s Global Positioning System (GPS). This $131 million satellite was the final addition to the Air Force’s most recent 12-satellite GPS series, known as the Block IIF satellites. GPS satellites are operated by the Air Force and provide global… Read More

  • Uber Drivers Plan Strike During Super Bowl Weekend

    Uber Drivers Plan Strike During Super Bowl Weekend

    Uber has slashed driver wages in the last month, with some reportedly earning less than minimum wage. Now drivers are planning a protest in San Francisco right when they could be significantly increasing their hourly pay. The city expects roughly 300,000 visitors to begin pouring in this weekend for the Super Bowl and that means a very real increase in traffic and Uber ride requests. Uber… Read More

  • Features | 6:04

    ESPN Live Behind The Scenes Tour

    TechCrunch was invited to tour ESPN Live's mobile studio for the Superbowl in San Francisco. ESPN is slated to create 45 hours of on-air content at this temporary location. With two official sets and plenty of space to film more casual conversations on the lawn, there is a constant buzz of celebrities, hosts, producers and camera technicians jumping between the ten different shows being filmed on-site. Lucas Matney goes behind the scenes.

    ESPN Live Behind The Scenes Tour
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