Check out the roundtables at TC Sessions: Climate 2022
We’re on the brink of our first deep dive into climate tech at TC Sessions: Climate & The Extreme Tech Challenge 2022 Global Finals on June 14 in Berkeley, California. Join some of the leading s
5 great reasons to attend TC Sessions: Climate next week
Honestly, there are a lot more than five great reasons, but you’re all busy, so we’re going to cut to the proverbial chase. And these five should be enough to make just about anyone eager to a
GPS signals could detect tsunamis better and faster than seismic sensors
GPS networks are already a crucial part of everyday life around the world, but an international team of scientists has found a new, potentially life-saving use for them: tsunami warnings. Researchers
One week left to save $200 on passes to TC Sessions: Climate 2022
Whether you’re an early-stage startup founder, scientist, developer, investor or other visionary climate innovator, you can’t afford to miss out on the abundant opportunities at TC Sessions: Cli
Without sustainable practices, orbital debris will hinder space’s gold rush
Today’s sustainability crisis in space is the result of 60 years of exploration and utilization that have largely ignored the environmental consequences of space activities.
Brazil’s iFood outlines sustainability initiatives aiming to reduce its carbon footprint
The Brazilian-based pan-Latin American food delivery startup iFood has announced a series of initiatives designed to reduce the company’s environmental impact as consumers push companies to focu
Crunch Report | This Black Friday could be the biggest ever for mobile and we found a new planet
Today’s Stories This Black Friday could be the biggest ever for mobile shopping Amazon blames the postal service for Amazon Fresh delivery issues Scientists found a new Earth-sized planet nearby C
Crunch Report | Using SpaceX Spaceships to Travel on Earth
Elon Musk plans to use SpaceX spaceships for travel on Earth, Apple has quietly acquired Regaind and South Korea decides to ban ICOs. All this on Crunch Report.
Indonesia’s Printerous raises $1.4M to digitize traditional printing
Printerous, an Indonesia startup that is bringing the country’s printing industry into the digital era, has raised $1.4 million. The round was led by Golden Gate Ventures with participation fro
Crunch Report | Snap Preps for IPO
Snap preps for the Street, Microsoft releases announcements benefiting the Linux and Macintosh ecosystems and Google Earth is now in VR. All this on Crunch Report.
No Man’s Sky players discover over 10M unique in-game species overnight
The space exploration game No Man’s Sky features biodiversity that would make Earth weep with envy, and players are incredibly avid taxonomers. Hello Games founder Sean Murray tweeted today that
NASA Snaps The Mother Of All Earth Selfies
NASA has been doing some really amazing stuff lately, including in-depth and vivid photography (in case you missed it, check out its recent Pluto fly-by). This particular photo, which I feel like is
Hands On And Walkthrough With The New, Much More Beautiful Google Maps
Google took the lid off of its new version of Maps at <a href="https://techcrunch.com/tag/io2013/">I/O 2013</a> today, which is a dramatic redesign of the long-standing navigation and place-finding so
Google Launches Its Third Year Of Earth Developer Grants For Maps That Help Nonprofits Accomplish A Mission
Google has opened applications for its third annual Google Earth Outreach Developer Grants. The program provides $10K-$20K of funding to nonprofits that are willing to use Google’s Map technolog
Astrophysicist: Earth Worth ‘Three Thousand Trillion’ Pounds Sterling
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/earthmadmoney.jpg" />Here's a silly science story for your Tuesday afternoon, as we sit here waiting patiently for Chelsea-Manchester Uni
Google Lunar X-Prize Confirms 29 Teams (But Winner Not Expected From This Crop)
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/googlemoon.jpg" />The teams have been finalized for the <a HREF="http://www.googlelunarxprize.org/">Google Lunar X-Prize</a>! A total of
German Satellites Fly Extraordinarily Close To Each Other In 3D Earth-Mapping Effort
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/earthmap.jpg" />Leave it to Germany to create the most detailed 3D map of the planet that has ever existed. Two satellites, TanDEM-X and
Will the asteroid known as 1999 RQ36 destroy all life on the planet, thereby preventing you from dinging 80?
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/werealldoomed.jpg" />Not to alarm you, but we only have 172 years to live, so better <a HREF="http://www.crunchgear.com/tag/world-of-warc
140 Earth-like planets found: How would you react if life were found?
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/earthlike.jpg" />Maybe on one of these other Earth-like planets the iPhone 4 actually works? I kid, I kid. Scientists have recently disco
Use your laptop to detect the next big earthquake before it happens
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/sanfranearthquake.jpg" />It's pretty great that people are just now realizing that Planet Earth isn't some sort of static strip mall. The