Survey says!

Last fall, Alex and I discussed bringing back the TC+ robotics survey. I gave him the usual caveat: I’m into it, but it will have to wait until I can find the time. You know how these things go —

New York’s mayor wants you to know how much he loves police robots

Former cop and self-declared “geek” Eric Adams held a press conference in Times Square today to let the city know how much he loves police robots. New York City’s mayor presided over a press con

Elucd’s polling pushes for greater community accountability for police

From his time working as the wunderkind pollster for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign to the launch of his new startup, Elucd, Michael Simon has believed in the power of community feedback.

Apple’s Activation Lock Brings Down iPhone Theft In Major Cities

Apple's introduction of iOS 7 Activation Lock has actually led to a decrease in iPhone-related theft in New York, London, and San Francisco, according to NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. "Th

NYPD And Apple Team Up To Stop iThing Theft In NYC

The number of gadget-related thefts in major metropolitan areas has only continued to rise, and the number of resolved cases simply can't keep up. However, it would appear that Apple is now working di

NYPD Launches ‘Anti-Apple Picking Campaign’ To Protect iPhone Owners From Thefts

As the iPhone 5 went on sale <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2012/09/22/check-out-highlights-from-our-live-coverage-of-the-iphone-5-launch-tctv/">last Friday</a>, the impressive number of stolen Apple