Crunch Report | Google To Stop Scanning Inboxes
Today’s Stories Google now has all the data it needs, will stop scanning Gmail inboxes for ad personalization Samsung’s Galaxy Note8 will reportedly be the company’s most expensive smartphone yet YouTube TV expands to 10 more U.S. markets, adds more YouTube Red series Tesla said to be in talks ...
Seattle Police Department suspends its Twitch channel following Charleena Lyles controversy
Facing backlash on its handling of the officer-involved shooting death of Charleena Lyles, the Seattle Police Department will shut down its official Twitch channel. The department started experimenting with community outreach over the game streaming platform earlier this year. Read More
Five building blocks of a data-driven culture
To be data-driven requires an overarching data culture that couples a number of elements, including high-quality data, broad access and data literacy and appropriate data-driven decision-making processes. In this article, we discuss some of the key building blocks. Read More
Andrew Ng announces Deeplearning.ai, his new venture after leaving Baidu
Andrew Ng, the former chief scientist of Baidu, announced his next venture, Deeplearning.ai, with only a logo, a domain name and a footnote pointing to an August launch date. Read More
For Binary Capital’s investors, a public apology may fall short
In May of last year, speaking on behalf of his firm, venture capitalist Justin Caldbeck of Binary Capital tweeted: “Big believers in ‘addition by subtraction’ for company culture. Bad apples impact others, and rest of team will thank you when they’re gone.” His messaging seems ironic in light of...
Uber has seen a sharp drop in new driver retention this year: Apptopia
Uber has seen a sharp drop in retention rates for new drivers in the U.S., according to analysis of the Uber driver app provided to TechCrunch by app analytics firm Apptopia. Read More
Walmart reportedly won’t bid for Whole Foods after Amazon’s huge offer
Walmart isn’t actively considering a bid for Whole Foods, which Amazon said it would purchase for $13.7 billion last week, according to a report by Reuters. If so, that would remove a major obstacle to Amazon’s bid to acquire the grocery chain. Whole Foods has hundreds of stores across the U.S.,...
VC Justin Caldbeck is taking an indefinite leave of absence, apologizes to the women he ‘made feel uncomfortable’
In light of allegations of sexual harassment and unwanted sexual advances, Binary Capital co-founder and managing partner Justin Caldbeck is taking an indefinite leave of absence, he said in a statement provided to TechCrunch. Read More
SpaceX successfully launches reused Falcon 9 rocket, recovers first stage
SpaceX has successfully launched a Falcon 9 to orbit during its BulgariaSat-1 mission Friday. The launch reused a first stage booster first employed during an Iridium Communications mission in January of this year, after that Falcon 9 first stage was recovered and refurbished. The mission on Fri...
Watch a tiny virus take a constitutional under a laser-powered 3D microscope
If you’re anything like me, you spend a significant portion of the day wondering about the paths viruses take when they’re cruising around your internals. Luckily for us, a newly developed microscope from Duke researchers can show the exact path taken by the little critters (?), down to the micr...
Who would win?
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Trump appears to admit Russia interfered in the US election in a tweet criticizing Obama
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Recently returned from a few weeks in Alaska and visited 3 national parks. This picture was taken in none of them. The whole state is like this! Matanuska River, near Palmer, AK [5184x3456] [OC]
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The most important game in the world. Finally winning.
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I really, really, really wish Netflix would bring back its star rating system.
The new "Match" system tells me absolutely nothing about the quality of the different shows and movies. It also seems really off, with no relation to what I actually like or would like. Edit: Lots of interesting points. My theory is that with the rise of Netflix Original programming, they don't ...
Brave post-chemo boye gives a heckin thank to supportive redditors
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are u ready?
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Best way to cool off is to make shade
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Skull of a Roman solider who died during the Gallic Wars, 1st century BC. Museo Rocsen in Argentina
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