The Duke Of York’s Pitch@Palace event is are now a regular annual feature fixture in the London startup scene, and TechCrunch is delighted to live stream the pitches of the teams Pitch@Palace has selected from its events throughout the year.…Read more ›
North America as seen from space.
For the second time since 2000, the U.S. is poised to pull out of a major climate treaty that the country itself fought hard for.
Unlike the last time this happened with the Kyoto …Read more ›
The Los Angeles punk and skate scenes of the mid-1980s produced a brief, shining moment of total badassery in the form of The Hags, a now-legendary all-girl skateboard gang that prowled Hollywood and West LA. Bust magazine takes a loving …Read more ›
Sir Richard Branson has spoken candidly about his struggles with dyslexia.
Richard Branson’s latest quest is to get the world to perceive people with dyslexia in a totally different light.
We should see young people with dyslexia as being full …Read more ›
You can’t change what you can’t see.
That’s the motto of Measures for Justice, a nonprofit that just launched an online data portal to address unanswered questions about the American criminal justice system. Though the prison system is highly critiqued …Read more ›
During a visit to Australia in 2002.
With Prince Philip retiring from his royal duties, there will be fewer occasions for him to make his trademark gaffes and off-kilter remarks.
At times over the years, the 95-year-old’s cringe-inducing comments had …Read more ›
You’ll be able to control IKEA’s cheap smart bulbs with your favorite smart assistant
IKEA is pushing to make your home smarter — so it just teamed up with some of the biggest players in the connected home space.
The …Read more ›
In an effort to grow its paid subscribers base, Spotify this morning announced a partnership with Capital One that will offer Spotify customers half off the price of their Spotify subscription if they pay with a Capital One Quicksilver or …Read more ›
Google CEO Sundar Pichai wakes up from a nap to keynote Google I/O 2017.
Trust me, I never thought it would come to this. If you had asked me a week ago what I was expecting from Google’s I/O developer …Read more ›