• Waymo accuses Uber of hiding a secret LiDAR device

    Waymo accuses Uber of hiding a secret LiDAR device

    In preparation for a preliminary injunction hearing next month, Waymo today filed new claims in its lawsuit against Uber, alleging that its competitor withheld information about technology Uber is using in its development of self-driving cars. Waymo is in the midst of a contentious lawsuit against Uber, in which it claims Anthony Levandowski, a former Google employee, stole confidential… Read More

  • HBO’s “Silicon Valley” cast hints about upcoming season

    They’re back! HBO’s “Silicon Valley” is set to return to television, with the fourth season debuting this Sunday. We had a chance to watch the first two episodes at the premiere and can confirm that they’re very funny (and filled with TechCrunch references). We also sat down for a video with the stars of the show, and got a few hints about what to expect this… Read More

  • Crunch Report | Quora Valued At Around $1.8B

    Today’s Stories  Q&A app Quora valued around $1.8 billion in $85 million fundraise Elon Musk’s Neuralink wants to turn cloud-based AI into an extension of our brains Duolingo launches paid subscriptions as it experiments with new ways to monetize its service Snap acquires the crucial geofilter patent from Mobli for a record $7.7M Credits Written and Hosted by: Anthony Ha
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  • Doug finds the best Amazon deals

    As a Minnesotan, gadget reviewer Doug Aamoth's cheapness knows no limitations. In this video, he a) comes dangerously close to burning a $20 bill and b) uses a powerful online tool to figure out which Amazon deals are truly worth it. He then ends the video with a truly awful closing line, eclipsed only by the creepiness of repeatedly kissing paper money.

  • YouTube says it fixed the problem with Restricted Mode that was filtering LGBTQ+ content

    YouTube says it fixed the problem with Restricted Mode that was filtering LGBTQ+ content

    YouTube today claims to have fixed an issue with its service that was causing it to incorrectly filter content in “Restricted Mode” and hiding a large selection of LGBTQ+ videos as a result. The company had come under fire last month when it was discovered that users who turned on “Restricted Mode” were no longer able to see a number of innocuous videos referencing… Read More

  • Analyzing the spectrum of corporate innovation from R&D to VC Crunch Network

    Analyzing the spectrum of corporate innovation from R&D to VC

    Over the coming decade, ongoing corporate exploration of the incubator, accelerator and venture capital models will expand the use of these additional forms of external innovation. Read More

  • Using wearable technology to detect conflict in couples before it occurs

    Using wearable technology to detect conflict in couples before it occurs

    Several teams of researchers at USC have joined forces for a study aimed at detecting vital signs to help stem conflicts in couples before they occur. Couples were brought into the lab, equipped with wearable sensors, given smartphones for recording data and sent out on their way. The study largely took place outside of the lab, with participants filling out an hourly survey to offer insight… Read More

  • Theranos says it has been mischaracterized in allegations the company faked tests

    Theranos says it has been mischaracterized in allegations the company faked tests

    Theranos secretly bought lab equipment through a shell company, faked tests and inappropriately pumped up its financial outlook to investors, according to allegations in recently unsealed court documents, first reported by the Wall Street Journal. Partner Fund Management LP, a hedge fund management firm which invested $96 million in Theranos filed the claim in Delaware Chancery Court on… Read More

  • Weekly Roundup: Facebook’s F8, Confide hit with lawsuit

    Weekly Roundup: Facebook’s F8, Confide hit with lawsuit

    This week saw movement in two tech lawsuits, Facebook held its annual F8 developer conference and a juice press hardware company came under fire. These are the top stories of the week, and you can sign up for this post as the weekly newsletter here.  1. Everything you need to know about Facebook’s F8 developer conference Facebook held its annual developer conference, F8, announcing… Read More

  • Of course Microsoft is working on its own version of the Chromebook

    Of course Microsoft is working on its own version of the Chromebook

    Windows Central has gotten its hands on an internal document highlighting the hardware performance of Windows 10 Cloud, a rumored operating system spinoff expected to be unveiled at next month’s big education event in New York. Predictably, the slide puts the OS head to head with Google Chromebooks. The category is a no-brainer for Microsoft as the company struggles to gain a foothold in… Read More

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