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We’re off to the self-driving car races

Tito Hamze visited Thunderhill Raceway Park, where every year angel investor and car-racing enthusia
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Playground Global’s CTO on investing in robotics

Playground co-founder and CTO Peter Barrett discusses why the firm is betting big on the future of r
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A look inside self-flying drone startup Skydio

TechCrunch visits the offices of Skydio, a drone company backed by some of Silicon Valley’s top in
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PTScientists commercial space exploration

Berlin-based PTScientists has teamed up with Audi and Vodafone to develop a moon lander and rover fo
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Bitcoins for handmade boots at Urban Shepard

The owner of a small boot shop in Barcelona, Spain explains why makers are looking to Bitcoin and ho
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Chargin’ at San Francisco Hills with Electric Jump Bikes

Jump Bikes is a newer bike share program that launched in San Francisco. They use electric assist bi
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Cloudflare is protecting the Internet using groovy lava lamps

We visited Cloudflare to help protect the internet with lava lamps.
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Ragtagd reinvents the lost and found

Using ultra-simple RFID tags, Ragtagd makes sure your kid never loses stuff at school.
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NaiLab helps African startups launch and scale

Nailab incubates startups in the African tech ecosystem, giving them $25,000 to scale their business
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The contractor who shut down Trump’s Twitter account

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NASA contest has student teams literally racing to the moon

NASA’s Cube Quest Challenge has amateur spacecraft builders aiming for the moon and beyond. Th
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Outside Hacks 2017

Outside Hacks is a hackathon in partnership with Outside Lands that is specifically focused on highl
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The RealReal announces plans for a luxury consignment store

TechCrunch sat down with The RealReal CEO Julie Wainwright and learned about what’s in store f
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Delivering with Flytrex

While in Israel TechCrunch Reporter Jordan Crook met with Flytrex founder and CEO Yariv Bash to disc
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Touring Station F’s massive startup campus in Paris

Earlier this week, the world’s biggest startup campus officially opened. Around 3,000 people are g
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Carnegie Mellon’s snake robot is inspired by nature

CMU’s Biorobotics lab looks to the natural world for its diverse army of modular robotics.
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Carnegie Mellon designed an inexpensive way to help robots ‘feel’ objects

Fingervision is robot skin made from cheap, off-the-shelf components. The setup uses clear silicone
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Humotech uses robotics to fit amputees with prosthetic feet

Humotech’s robotic feet make it easier for amputees to test drive a bunch of different prosthetics
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RE2’s bomb defusing robots mirror human movement

Pittsburg based robotics company RE2 has developed a control system for military robots designed to
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Teaching groups of drones to fly in formation

A team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon demonstrate how drones can fly together without pre-program
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