You have lots of choice when it comes to selecting one or two web browsers for computer and mobile use. On desktop, you may select the browser that is included with the […]
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Whether or not it’s as appealing as mirrorless rivals, Canon’s upcoming EOS 90D looks like a sound proposition for enthusiasts.
The massive Samsung smartphone is finally weighing down the shelves – there’s something for everyone with these Note 10 deals.
In short, we’re seriously considering buying a 2019 MacBook Air at this price, because it’s a great value.
TV streaming services like Netflix largely lack built-in social features, but do viewers really want constant distractions from their favorite shows?
In this week’s newsletter: Andreessen Horowitz’s latest investment, Pietra, is tackling the $250 billion jewelry market.
Apple is likely gearing up to release a new series of iPad Pro tablets, so this is what we know, and what we want to see.
The final Grand Tour of the summer is getting underway in Spain – watch all the La Vuelta a España 2019 action with our live stream guide.
Want Sky’s hottest TV show channels and box sets without a long and expensive contract? NOW TV is the answer.
Plex users and tech savvy users may be aware of what a media server is. Here is a brief explanation for those who are new to the concept. When you install a […]
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Opinion: Both Nvidia and AMD appear to have dropped their multi-GPU technology that allows gamers to run more than one graphics card – but is that a bad thing?
It’s finally Bag Week again! The most wonderful week of the year at TechCrunch. Just in time for back to school, we’re bringing you reviews of bags of all varieties: from backpacks to rollers to messengers to… The fanny pack. Or hip pack, waist bag, belt bag, sling, crossbody and sometimes bum bag, because where you’re […]
Google Photos announced via Twitter this week that starting this month, users will be able to search for photos via the text that’s in them. For example, if you have a photo of a stop sign, you could go back and search for “stop” in the search bar and retrieve that photo. That’s fancy. In … Continued
The OnePlus TV is quickly becoming less and less of a mystery, thanks to leaks, teases, and interviews from company executives. Before the first big screen from OnePlus arrives next month in India, here are the bits of info we now know. First of all, OnePlus confirmed on Twitter that the TV will be 55″ … Continued
It’s nearing the end of Bag Week 2019, where we highlight the best receptacles for the tech we cover daily, and we’ve got a few more winners for you. Earlier this week I collected a few excellent waxed canvas laptop bags together, a sequel to last year’s round-up, but these messenger style bags stood out. So I’ve collected them here separately.
The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Overstock CEO resigns after ‘deep state’ comments This comes after CEO Patrick Byrne released a statement declaring that he cooperated with […]
Netflix is testing a new way to help users find TV shows and movies they’ll want to watch with the launch of a “Collections” feature, currently in testing on iOS devices. While Netflix today already offers thematic suggestions of things to watch, based on your Netflix viewing history, Collections aren’t only based on themes. According […]
I did a bit of a double take when I first saw this announcement. IDrive, an online cloud storage and backup service, is launching a face recognition API today that goes up against the likes of AWS Rekognition and others. That seems like a bit of an odd move for a backup company, but it […]
Samsung’s settled into a nice little twice-yearly schedule for releasing flagships. That’s allowed the company double the opportunity to introduce some nice upgrades to their high-end Android handsets. Nearly six months after the release of the S10, the company just dropped the new Note line. Here’s a whole bunch of words I wrote about the […]
Carphone Warehouse is bringing out the big guns on the S10 – we have a LOT of time for this Samsung phone deal.
Target’s investment in same-day pickup and delivery options is paying off. The company, which today offers same-day in-store pickup, drive-up, and same-day delivery through its acquisition of Shipt, said this week that these services combined have more than doubled their sales in the last year. In addition, they accounted for more than a third of […]
Oh hey y’all, it’s Friday! It’s August! Which means it’s a great day for Facebook to drop a little news it would prefer you don’t notice. News that you won’t find a link to on the homepage of Facebook’s Newsroom — which is replete with colorfully illustrated items it does want you to read (like […]
Fossil kicked off a new smartwatch sale this morning, further proving why you should never pay full price for any of their watches. The new Fossil Gen 5 may not be discounted, but all of their other watches are, with some down to $179. It’s only a matter of time before Gen 5 is there, … Continued
The choice of upholstery fabric for furniture is a very serious matter. It is clear to everyone that the upholstery should be suitable in color, harmonize and make up the whole image, but in fact this issue is much deeper and requires a more thorough approach. Every housewife wants to have such an upholstery, which […]
Sphero and Little Bits have long been kindred spirits in the world of entertaining STEM toys, and soon they’ll be one and the same. Sphero this morning announced plans to buy the New York-based electronic building block company. Founded in 2010 and 2011 respectively, Sphero (nee Orbotix) and Little Bits took separate approaches, but ultimately […]
Opinion: At Gamescom 2019, Nvidia made a huge deal out of its ray tracing tech in a lot of upcoming games, and… well… it was right to.
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