On June 28 in Tel Aviv, we’re hosting the TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-Off in Tel Aviv — and it’s gonna be a blast! We have a great lineup of judges who are going to listen to the soon-to-be-announced startup pitches and crown the winner of the Tel Aviv Pitch-Off. Tickets are still available, so grab yours today. In addition to a few on-stage interviews, you’ll get to see… Read More
TechCrunch Tel Aviv Pitch-Off: Here are your startups and judges!
Bitcoin as a payment option has become quite popular in the recent days. It doesn’t matter whether Amazon starts accepting Bitcoin from its customers, but few private schools in New York City definitely will. The Montessori Schools, a private school chain in New York has added Bitcoin as an additional payment option, making “crypto-parents” happy. … Continue reading A NYC Private S
A NYC Private School Accepts Bitcoin Payments towards Kids’ Tuition Fees
On June 28, 1970, more than 2,000 people marched in the Christopher Street Liberation Day March, marking the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and, subsequently, the first LGBT Pride March in U.S. history. SEE ALSO: Dear Corporate America, leave our LGBTQ Pride celebrations alone In the 47 years since, June has marked a month of celebration and activism for the LGBTQ com
Families marching for LGBTQ rights around the globe
Growing up, my hair was always a source of frustration, pain and embarrassment. Part of that was because there were very few products made for people like me, with naturally curly and kinky hair. Hence why I just dropped about $140, tax included, on Walker & Company Brands’ latest line of products, FORM. FORM Beauty markets itself as being for all women, but it’s worth pointin
Tristan Walker launches FORM to make it easier for women of color to manage their hair
Now that Chrome OS can officially run Android apps, we went ahead and sorted through the Google Play store for the best (and most Chrome OS compatible) Android apps currently available. The post Get the most out of your Chromebook with the best Android apps for Chrome OS appeared first on Digital Trends.
Get the most out of your Chromebook with the best Android apps for Chrome OS
Whether you want to cover up your phone's mod connector or simply protect your Android device from unexpected bumps and falls, we've compiled the best Moto Z2 Play cases in existence. The post Protect your modular midranger with one of the best Moto Z2 Play cases appeared first on Digital Trends.
Protect your modular midranger with one of the best Moto Z2 Play cases
Spectacles have made sharing marginally exciting videos on land via Snapchat easier. It also helps that you no longer need to hunt down a vending machine to snag a pair in the US. But a partnership between the social network and Royal Caribbean cruis...
Custom Spectacles takes snaps under the sea
GUEST: It used to be that Silicon Valley was the only place to grow a high-powered career in tech. But that’s no longer true. These days, developers have options outside of that narrow strip of land between San Francisco and San Jose. In the past 10 years, the international tech scene has grown to the point that developers can find a home in Tel Aviv, Toronto, Amsterdam, or Berlin
3 reasons Southeast Asia is a great place for developers
Elon Musk’s SpaceX on Sunday will seek to complete a two-day, bicoastal demonstration of launch capability, completing its second unmanned mission since Friday.
SpaceX Seeks to Execute Back-to-Back Launches in Roughly 48 Hours
Talk show legend Phil Donahue says America's problem is "hypocrisy."
Phil Donahue: 'Hypocrisy is killing us'
Is there any theme park horror story scarier than the one where someone falls out of a high-flying ride? That's exactly what happened at Six Flags Great Escape in Lake George, NY on Saturday — though the incident thankfully had a happy ending. As an unidentified teenage parkgoer dangled 25 feet above the ground, a crowd gathered below to catch her — which they did — once she fell.
Theme park nightmare takes a happy turn after one attendee falls 25 feet
If your name is too long, too short, hyphenated, or contains an apostrophe — you probably have trouble while flying. Apostrophes, hyphens, and other special characters in names have been an issue for flyers for many years. A blog post from 2007 describes a flyer having trouble with booking a ticket because of a hyphenated last name. A decade later, another flyer, John Scott-Railton
Here's why airlines have trouble with your hyphenated name
House Republicans are proposing eliminating the deduction that companies get for interest they pay on debt, a move that would alter modern finance. Yet the plan has gotten relatively little public attention or lobbying pressure.
The $1.5 Trillion Business Tax Change Flying Under the Radar
In a new interview, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank explained the comments he made that ignited a firestorm earlier this year after they were widely seen as praising President Donald Trump. "It was unfortunate that my words got characterized in a way that were meant to be divisive in some way, shape, or form," Plank told Willie Geist on NBC's Sunday Today Show. Plank stopped short of