This site like many others, uses small files called cookies to help us customise your experience.

Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat: Microsoft, IBM, Nvidia, and others released an open framework to help security analysts detect, counter, and remediate threats against machine learning systems  —  Microsoft, the nonprofit MITRE Corporation, and 11 organizations including IBM, Nvidia, Airbus, and Bosch today released …
be the first to vote
Sean Hollister / The Verge: TikTok will now specify which content policy a removed video violated, after testing the notification feature and seeing a 14% reduction in user appeals  —  You know what you did.  Or do you?  Until recently, TikTok wouldn't necessarily explain why it removed one of your videos from the platform.
be the first to vote
Todd Spangler / Variety: Quibi says it will shut down “on or about” December 1 and does not know if its original content will be made available elsewhere after it shuts down  —  Quibi, a day after announcing it will shut down less than seven months after launching, told customers Thursday that it expects …
be the first to vote
Larry Dignan / ZDNet: Enterprise software provider Tibco acquires data and analytics firm Information Builders to expand its analytics portfolio and customer base  —  Information Builders has data quality, prep and integration products that will support what Tibco calls its hyperconverged analytics strategy.
be the first to vote
Jordan Novet / CNBC: Intel reports Q3 revenue of $18.3B, down 4% YoY, vs $18.24B est., and Data Center Group revenue of $5.9B, down 7% YoY; stock is down 10%+ after hours  —  - Intel beat estimates overall as work from home continued because of the coronavirus pandemic.  — The company's data center unit derives revenue …
be the first to vote
In an interview with WIRED, Facebook's chief privacy officers argue that the company has turned a corner. Again.
be the first to vote
The industry needs to change to create more engaged and genuine spaces for people to connect without preying on human psychology.
be the first to vote
Facebook’s dating feature expands after a regulatory delay, we review the new Amazon Echo and President Donald Trump has an on-the-nose Twitter password. This is your Daily Crunch for October 22, 2020. The big story: Facebook Dating comes to Europe Back in February, Facebook had to call off the European launch date of its dating […]
be the first to vote
Customer experience and digital transformation are two terms we’ve been hearing about for years, but have often remained nebulous in many organizations — something to aspire to perhaps, but not take completely seriously. Yet the pandemic has been a forcing event for both concepts, thrusting the ideas front and center. Suddenly startups that help wi
be the first to vote
People tend to focus on whether an experience ends on an up note or a sour one, even if it leads us to make bad decisions. A new study examines why.
be the first to vote
? Utilizing high power computers to simulate chemistry! Protein folding? ⚠️ [Don’t look at this photo for very long, especially if you are prone to migraines or seizures] Have you ever heard of the protein folding problem, or wanted to test the ground state energy of a molecule, test for aging and lifetime in lithium storage cells or determine the ...
be the first to vote
Neither President Trump nor Joe Biden is talking much about broadband access, retraining workers, or US spending on research.
be the first to vote
Acer appears to have gone all-in on Intel's Tiger Lake CPU lineup.
be the first to vote
Facebook’s external body of decision makers will start reviewing cases about what stays on the platform and what goes beginning today. The new system will elevate some of the platform’s content moderation decisions to a new group called the Facebook Oversight Board, which will make decisions and influence precedents about what kind of content shoul
be the first to vote
We’re excited to announce an update to the Extra Crunch Partner Perk from Zendesk. Starting today, annual and two-year Extra Crunch members that are new to Zendesk, and meet their startup qualifications, can now receive six months of free access to Zendesk’s Sales CRM, in addition to Zendesk Support Suite, Zendesk Explore and Zendesk Sunshine. […]
be the first to vote
In August, Harness made its first acquisition when it bought open source continuous integration startup Drone.io. The company didn’t waste any time building on that purchase, announcing a new enterprise continuous integration tool today to go alongside the open source project Drone has been building. The Harness software development platform consis
be the first to vote
The venture capital industry’s comeback from fear in Q1 and parts of Q2 to Q3 greed is worth understanding. To get our hands around what happened to private capital in 2020, we’ve taken looks into both the United States’ VC scene and the global picture this week. Catching you up, there was lots of private […]
be the first to vote
RepTrak and Onclusive are announcing a partnership that Onclusive CEO Dan Beltramo said will combine corporate reputation tracking and PR analytics for the first time. RepTrak, founded in 2004, helps businesses measure their reputations (and their competitors’ reputations) through a database of more than 1 million company ratings collected every ye
be the first to vote
A leaked "Blue Steel" feature will answer anyone standing in front of the display.
be the first to vote
Buildings are the bedrocks of civilization — places to live, places to work (well, normally, in a non-COVID-19 world) and places to play. Yet how we conceive buildings, architect them for their uses, and ultimately construct them on a site has changed remarkably little over the past few decades. Housing and building costs continue to […]
be the first to vote