Wednesday , 18 September 2019

Technology

Daily Crunch: The iPhone 11 goes to Disneyland

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Review: The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 do Disneyland after dark Matthew Panzarino continues his tradition of testing out the latest iPhones at Disneyland. This ... Read More »

Champions League 2019-20 live stream: how to watch every football match online from anywhere

Ready to go again? The UEFA Champions League 2019-20 is officially here with Europe’s best football teams trying to claim soccer supremacy on the continent. Liverpool are the champions, but this year’s competition is looking like one of the hardest to call in years. And you can watch every single game by following our Champions League live stream guide.As we ... Read More »

The best ways to keep your Surface Pro charged on the go

This article originally appeared on Windows Central and has been inducted into our Back to School guideNot using a standard connector for charging limits your options with the Surface Pro and mobile charging. While phones are easily connected to battery packs or car chargers, the Surface Pro requires a little more thought when you’re shopping for power accessories. But the ... Read More »

Fake ad blocker extensions used in ad fraud scheme

Users trying to clean up their web browsing experience by installing an ad blocking extension may want to think twice as new research from AdGuard has revealed that many popular ad blockers are not only fake but also malicious.After a thorough investigation of the ad blockers available on the Chrome Web Store, the firm found that many including AdBlock by ... Read More »

Clever hide-and-seek AIs learn to use tools and break the rules

The latest research from OpenAI put its machine learning agents in a simple game of hide-and-seek, where they pursued an arms race of ingenuity, using objects in unexpected ways to achieve their goal of seeing or being seen. This type of self-taught AI could prove useful in the real world as well. The study intended to, and successfully did look ... Read More »

Natural lighting is the key to Apple’s remodeled Fifth Ave. store

When it opened in 2006, Apple’s Fifth Avenue flagship quickly became a top destination for New York City residents and tourists, alike. The big, glass cube was a radical departure from prior electronics stores, serving as the entrance to a 24-hour subterranean retail location. Location didn’t hurt either, with the company planting its flag across from the Plaza Hotel and ... Read More »

Pax Labs’ Bharat Vasan is out as CEO

Bharat Vasan is no longer the Chief Executive Officer at Pax Labs, the consumer tech company that makes cannabis vaporizers. A source familiar with the situation said that the board of directors made the decision to remove Vasan from the CEO role. His last day was Friday. We’ve reached out to Vasan for comment. Pax is declining to elaborate on ... Read More »

Google starts highlighting key moments from videos in Search

Google today announced an update to how it handles videos in search results. Instead of just listing relevant videos on the search results page, Google will now also highlight the most relevant parts of longer videos, based on timestamps provided by the video creators. That’s especially useful for how-to videos or documentaries. “Videos aren’t skimmable like text, meaning it can ... Read More »

In a social media world, here’s what you need to know about UGC and privacy

Brett Zucker Contributor Share on Twitter Brett is the Chief Marketing Officer of Monotype and is responsible for the company’s worldwide marketing and product strategies. In today’s brand landscape, consumers are rejecting traditional advertising in favor of transparent, personalized and most importantly, authentic communications. In fact, 86% of consumers say that authenticity is important when deciding which brands they support. ... Read More »

Resident Evil 8: release date, news and trailers

When it was first released in 2017, Resident Evil 7 was a much-needed rejuvenation for the classic horror franchise. Capcom departed from its usual formula in a big way and even took the opportunity to embrace new experiences with PlayStation VR. This risk paid off and a large proportion of fans and critics embraced the changes, with a keen eye ... Read More »