Nvidia Announces New Drive PX 2 ‘Supercomputer In A Lunchbox’ For Self-Driving Cars

Following last year’s <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2015/01/04/nvidia-announces-the-drive-cx-its-computing-platform-for-cars/">Drive CX</a>, Nvidia just announced an updated version of its co

The Griffin BreakSafe Brings MagSafe Back To The MacBook

If you have small children, pets, or drunken roommates you understand the value of MagSafe. These chargers woulds snap off and on magnetically without damaging your computer or port and they were amaz

Makerbot Releases The Smart Extruder+

Makerbot has just announced the availability of their new Smart Extruder+, a PLA 3D printer head that offers “better performance over a longer period of time.” This is the first major upgr

The Rokos Core OS Turns Your Raspberry Pi Into A Bitcoin Node

The Rokos Core, now in its fourth version, is a disk image for Raspberry Pis that can turn your single-board computer into a full bitcoin node. The system will allow you to hold a bitcoin wallet and m

Audi Leads $28M Investment In Rental Startup Silvercar

Silvercar, a startup rethinking the auto rental experience in airports, already seems pretty tied to Audi — after all, every vehicle that Silvercar rents out is a silver Audi . Now the companies are

Ford Is Adding Support For Apple CarPlay And Android Auto To Its Vehicles

Ford is adding Apple's CarPlay and Android Auto to its in-car infotainment system, so the carmaker announced ahead of the CES event in Las Vegas this week.

Samsung Goes After Sonos With A New Wireless Soundbar System

Wireless whole-home audio is a tough nut to crack. Only a few folks – primarily Sonos – have cracked it but Samsung is hot on the whole-home kick with the HW-K950, a Dolby Atmos-enabled so

French Startups Are Also Taking Over CES

It's true, <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2016/01/03/startups-are-taking-over-ces/">startups are taking over CES</a>. But this is just part of the story. CES isn't yet another startup show. It's

Startups Are Taking Over CES

The Consumer Electronics Show keeps on growing. Several years ago the show outgrew the massive Las Vegas Convention Center and started using part of the Sands Expo Center several blocks away. They cal

Livestream’s $399 Movi Brings Multi-Camera Polish Into A Pocket-Sized Package

If you’re a regular person looking to shoot some video, it’s hard to complain about the many, many options available. Heck, the iPhone camera is good enough at this point that it’s

The BoomStick Gives Your Stock Earbuds A Major Sound Quality Boost

The standard sets of stock headphones being shipped by companies like Apple and Samsung are, by and large, garbage. For consumers looking to achieve more of a high-end audio experience, their best be

Samsung’s ‘Rink’ Motion Controllers For Gear VR Look Pretty Great

A few days ago, Samsung shared a few items that they’d be showing on the floor at CES in Las Vegas. One of them, which barely caused a blip on the radar was the “rink.” It’s Sa

Samsung Gets Wacky With A Belt Called WELT And Other Oddities

CES is a bit like the auto shows of yesteryear, back when carmakers simply came to flex their muscles and show what they were capable of, as opposed to unveiling products that are destined for dealers

Attending CES? TechCrunch Wants To See Your Company

CES is a horrible, god-awful experience that will shave years off your life. The casinos, the food, the people, the germs. Horrible. All of it. But we love it! And we’re sending a huge contingen