Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Life-seeking telescopes, scuba arms, and more

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to...

China may roll back electric car quotas as industry pushes back

By Jake Spring and Muyu Xu | BEIJING BEIJING China is...

Patreon doubles in a year to 1M paying patrons and 50K creators

Patreon’s novel idea of fans just directly paying the artists they love is having its hockey stick moment. Patreon tells TechCrunch that in a year,...

Xiaomi VP admits not launching 64GB Mi5 in India was a mistake

Hugo Barra has said that the 32GB variant of the Mi 5 was sold because of price considerations

Scientists just made a major breakthrough in our ability to study antimatter

Researchers working at CERN have reported the first ever measurement on the optical spectrum of an antimatter atom, marking a significant step forward in our understanding of antimatter. The post Scientists...

Indian hacker finds a bug in Uber that allows free rides for life

An ethical hacker from Bengaluru has saved the ride-haling service provider Uber a massive headache. Anand Prakash who is a top-ranked hacker for Facebook's bug bounty programme, has revealed a...

This is how 17 million Zomato accounts were hacked, but now it's safe

On May 18, almost 17 million Zomato accounts were hacked. Soon after the hack, the online food delivery application accepted that 17 million were records from its database, which includes...

Uber fires back at California DMV in self-driving car spat

By Heather Somerville | SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO Uber Technologies Inc...

Samsung Galaxy S8 reportedly delayed to April 28, new leak shows off its on-screen...

It's no secret that Samsung would be taking out its traditional home button, emptying the space for more screen real estate. But how will Galaxy S8 look without a home...

Budget US Android smartphones found secretly sending personal data to China

Commercial firmware pre-installed on some Android smartphone models sold in the US has been found to be secretly sending highly sensitive data to a third party company based in...