CES hasn’t traditionally been the healthiest week for me. Aside from some unintentional intermittent fasting, TechCrunch really has the habit of doing it up with our team dinners at the show, to say
API security is all the rage these days, pushed into the limelight following a spate of high-profile security incidents that saw reams of user data exposed or exfiltrated. Peloton spilled users’
Peloton has filed fresh lawsuits against two of its rivals, iFit and Echelon. It alleges that the companies are violating up to four patents it holds related to on-demand classes.
A code repository used by the New York state government’s IT department was left exposed on the internet, allowing anyone to access the projects inside, some of which contained secret keys and p
Peloton wasn’t the only at-home workout giant exposing private account data. Rival exercise giant Echelon also had a leaky API that let virtually anyone access riders’ account information.
Now in its fourth year, <a target="_blank" href="http://e27.co/echelon/">tech conference Echelon</a> will gather 52 of the Asia Pacific's most promising startups from June 4 to 5 in Singapore. The eve
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