Enlarge (credit: Trek) When we recently did an overview of the evolution of bicycling technology, helmets were barely mentioned. They’ve been made out of the same materials for decades, and the only improvement they’ve seen in that time is a more efficient venting layout. But the timing of that article turned out to be propitious […]
TechCrunch Include is partnering with Salesforce Ventures to host this month’s Include Office Hours on April 30th. From 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Salesforce Ventures investors Matt Garratt, Phoebe Peronto, Spencer Chavez, and Claudine Emeott will meet with founders one on one, for 20 minutes, to offer guidance, advice and product feedback. You can apply here. TechCrunch […]
Starship and Raptor will soon be best friends as they get ready to shoot for the moon.
harrymcc writes: Ariel Fischman, a financial advisor in Mexico City, has been using spreadsheet software for 30 years. And in recent years he’s been collecting it: VisiCalc, 1-2-3, Excel, Quattro, and lesser lights in their once-familiar boxes, in a dizzying array of variants stretching back to the 1970s. Last year, Guinness World Records certified that […]
It’s a dream job for an engineer. Rob Stevens tells us how he brings out the best in John Lennon’s solo work.
It’s called “Salto-1P” and it’s a “monopedal jumping robot capable of continuous high-power hopping”. It’s now playing hopscotch.
The bonnethead shark is the first omnivore of its kind, incorporating plant in its diet.
Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor VCs serve up a large helping of cash to startups disrupting food US startups off to a strong M&A run in 2018 These days, it seems like everyone with extra cash has some kind of pricey drinking habit. It might be fine wine, craft beer or cocktails. […]
Shinya Takahashi, Nintendo’s planning and development head, spills secrets about why the company’s pumping out so many good games lately.