Founded in late 2013, OnePlus did the impossible, coming seemingly out of nowhere to take on some of the biggest players in mobile. The company… Read More »OnePlus CEO Pete Lau will discuss the future of mobile at Disrupt SF
Fli Charge Technology is today announcing it was acquired by an affiliate of Birch Lake Associates. As part of the purchase, industry veteran Khalid Zitouni… Read More »Fli Charge Technology acquired by Birch Lake to accelerate a wireless future
Microsoft has been leaning into accessibility in gaming lately, most visibly with its amazing Adaptive Controller, and a new patent suggests another way the company… Read More »An Xbox controller with a built-in Braille display is Microsoft’s latest gaming accessibility play
Marshall, the headphone company and not the loudspeaker company of the same vintage, today announced two new portable speakers. Like the company’s previous offerings, these… Read More »Marshall continues to impress with new retro portable speakers
Everyone knows birds descended from dinosaurs, but exactly how that happened is the subject of much study and debate. To help clear things up, these… Read More »Life-size robo-dinosaur and ostrich backpack hint at how first birds got off the ground
Extra Crunch offers members the opportunity to tune into conference calls led and moderated by the TechCrunch writers you read every day. This week, TechCrunch’s… Read More »Takeaways from F8 and Facebook’s next phase
The 11th mission for Blue Origin’s New Shepard suborbital launch vehicle is slated for takeoff Thursday morning. The craft will be carrying 38 (!) experimental… Read More »Blue Origin lofts NASA and student experiments in New Shepard tomorrow morning
Amazon announced today it has begun to ask customers to participate in a preview program that will help the company build a Spanish-language Alexa experience… Read More »Amazon is testing a Spanish-language Alexa experience in the US ahead of a launch this year
Last night’s episode of “Game of Thrones” was a wild ride and inarguably one of an epic show’s more epic moments — if you could… Read More »Why did last night’s ‘Game of Thrones’ look so bad? Here comes the science!
This could be the upcoming Motorola Razr revival. The images purporting to be the upcoming smartphone appeared online on Weibo and show a foldable design.… Read More »Is this the vertical-folding Motorola Razr?
If you’re a student at UC Berkeley, the diminutive rolling robots from Kiwi are probably a familiar sight by now, trundling along with a burrito… Read More »Kiwi’s food delivery bots are rolling out to 12 more colleges
Braille is a crucial skill for children with visual impairments to learn, and with these LEGO Braille Bricks kids can learn through hands-on play rather… Read More »LEGO Braille bricks are the best, nicest, and in retrospect most obvious idea ever
It’s been a month since Huawei unveiled its latest flagship device — the Huawei P30 Pro. I’ve played with the P30 and P30 Pro for a… Read More »Huawei’s P30 Pro excels on the camera front
Wing Aviation, the drone-based delivery startup born out of Google’s X labs, has received the first FAA certification in the country for commercial carriage of… Read More »Alphabet’s Wing gets FAA permission to start delivering by drone