TechCrunch

Daily Crunch: Apple Card launches in the U.S.
The 11 best startups from Y Combinator's S19 Demo Day 1
Shazam data is powering Apple Music's newest chart, the Shazam Discovery Top 50
IBM is moving OpenPower Foundation to The Linux Foundation
‘This is Your Life in Silicon Valley': The League founder and CEO Amanda Bradford on modern dating, and whether Bumble is a ‘real' startup
GitHub adds 21 new partners to its free Student Developer Pack
Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser is now in beta
Google's lightweight search app, Google Go, launches to Android users worldwide
Y Combinator's Michael Seibel on building startups, early-stage deal-making and tech's center of gravity
MIT develops a sensor that can work underwater without a battery and send back data
Discover the startups exhibiting at Disrupt SF 2019
DigitalOcean launches managed MySQL and Redis database services
Facebook unveils new tools to control how websites share your data for ad-targeting
H2O.ai announces $72.5M Series D led by Goldman Sachs
PressReader aims to add more personalization to its digital news platform by acquiring News360
Waymo self-driving cars head to Florida for rainy season
Apple Card launches today for all US customers, adds 3% cash back for Uber and Uber Eats
IAC acquires nursing marketplace NurseFly for $15M
SpaceX's spacefaring Tesla Roadster has made a full trip around the Sun
LA-based gaming company, Scopely, expands in Spain and Ireland

Wired

A Huge Ransomware Attack Messes With Texas
Vaping May Harm Your Blood Flow-Even Without Nicotine
Think Video on Your Phone Is Slow? It's Not Your Imagination
Mass Shootings May Be Contagious. Can We Contain Them?
10 Best Wireless Earbuds for Working Out (2019)
Finally, a Lightning YubiKey to Kill Password Clutter on Your iPhone
Today's Cartoon: The Internet of Things That Listen In
The Cosmic, Psychedelic, Glow-in-the-Dark Art of Alex Aliume
WIRED Book of the Month: *The Memory Police* by Yoko Ogawa
The Sega Genesis Mini Offers a Touch of 16-Bit Nostalgia
Top 3 Computers for Introducing Your Kids to Comp Sci
Building Virtual Worlds Is a New Form of Self-Expression
Altruism Still Fuels the Web. Businesses Love to Exploit It
VR Could Be the Most Powerful Teaching Tool Since the PC
NASA's Next Martian Rover Is Almost Ready to Rock
The Elusive Price-and Prize-of Fame on the Internet
Google Lens, Augmented Reality, and the Future of Learning
Digital Note-Takers Let You Store and Share Your Scrawlings
Essential Gear for Surviving Freshman Year
Angry Nerd: Let's Crush Facebook's Secret Crush
Bananas in Crisis, Aggressive Social Spiders, and More News
China Attacks Hong Kong Protesters With Fake Social Posts
You Can Jailbreak Your iPhone Again (But Maybe You Shouldn't)
Melting Glaciers Are Helping Capture Carbon
Want to Burn $9 Million to Go 236 MPH? Try the New Bugatti
Beware the Epiphany-Industrial Complex
Reddit Now Lets You Livestream. What Could Go Wrong?
Colonies of Aggressive, Social Spiders Boom After a Hurricane
Alt-Meat Trounces Animal Meat's Massive Inefficiencies
Uber's NYC Troubles, Gyrocopters Take Flight, and More News

slashdot

Google's Clickless Era
Bitbucket Dropping Support For Mercurial
Microsoft's Chromium-Powered Edge Browser Moves Closer To Release With New Beta Build
WebKit Introduces New Tracking Prevention Policy
The Truth About Faster Internet: It's Not Worth It
States To Launch Antitrust Investigation Into Big Tech Companies
Juul, Philip Morris Sued Under Racketeer Act For Targeting Kids
35 Million-Year-Old Asteroid Left a Trail of Destruction Across the Eastern US
How SpaceX Plans To Move Starship From Cocoa Site To Kennedy Space Center
Scientists Are 99 Percent Sure They Just Detected a Black Hole Eating a Neutron Star
Jaguar and Audi SUVs Fail To Dent Tesla's Electric-Car Dominance
Pentagon Conducts First Test of Previously Banned Missile
Twitter Blocks State-Controlled Media Outlets From Advertising On Its Social Network
Terrorists Turn To Bitcoin For Funding, and They're Learning Fast
How Malformed Packets Caused CenturyLink's 37-Hour, Nationwide Outage

Engadget

Netflix will peer inside Bill Gates' mind with a new docuseries
The next 'Mario & Sonic Olympics' game has a retro 2D mode
Lightning-compatible YubiKey 5Ci could secure your iPhone logins
Playing Marvel's Avengers, a living RPG with microtransactions
Apple Music adds a Shazam-powered playlist to highlight new artists
FIFA 20's Volta mode is good enough to be its own game
An independent report on Facebook's alleged liberal bias tells us nothing
Technology alone won't make your kids smarter
Mercedes-Benz likely to agree to California's tougher emissions rules
Canvas is a big-ass speaker stand for LG OLED TVs
Microsoft's Chromium Edge browser is ready for beta testing
Google's lightweight Go search app is now available worldwide
Facebook helps you control data shared from apps and websites
B&H sale cuts up to $350 off Apple's 2019 iMacs
NVIDIA's latest GPU drivers pack a speed boost for 'Apex Legends'
The latest 'Fortnite' weapon lets you drop heavy stuff on opponents' heads
ThinkPad X1 Carbon review (2019): Sometimes it's good to be boring
Facebook will use humans to curate its News Tab
Nearby nuclear sensors went silent after Russia's mystery explosion
Apple Card launch expands to all US iPhone users
Playing 'The Witcher 3' on the Switch shouldn't work, but it does
Grammarly's keyboard suggests synonyms to make you feel smart
Interactive murder mystery game 'Erica' gets a surprise release
Watch the first 'Disintegration' trailer from the co-creator of 'Halo'
HBO Max snaps up Steven Soderbergh's latest Meryl Streep movie

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