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Tip: quickly redial the last number on your iPhone

If you own an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus, pressing iOS’s Phone icon gives you shortcuts for calling your top three favorite contacts right from the …

Apple News

Gmail will now flag email accounts that it deems 'insecure'

Gmail will now help you identify sketchy email, just in time for Safer Internet Day. Announced today, Google's email service will help you notice …


The Money In Open-Source Software

It’s no secret that open-source technology — once the province of radicals, hippies and granola eaters — has gone mainstream. According to industry estimates, more than 180 young companies that give away their software raised roughly $3.2 billion in financing from 2011 to 2014.

Even major …


Will Patients Flock To This New "Find A Doctor" App? | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Many startups have taken on the challenge of helping us find any doctor. But few companies are dealing with the complicated problem of connecting patients with the best doctor.

San Francisco-based startup Amino Health aims to do just that. The company has developed a tool to connect patients with a …


VSCO Originals, its new editorial series, is like strolling through digital art museums

Most of us may recognize Visual Supply Company as the guys behind popular photo-editing app VSCO Cam. To “add a human element to VSCO,” the team has announced the launch of VSCO Originals, a new set of digital periodicals showcasing original artwork.

VSCO first forayed into an original editorial …


You can now have a Belkin iPhone screen protector installed at any Apple Store

First rumored last week, Apple has officially rolled out its screen protector installation program to Apple Stores in the United States and other …


Voice Control on Apple TV Is About to Get Way Better

When the new Apple TV was announced, the inclusion of Siri was a strong selling point—too bad it turned out to suck. Finally, though, Apple is making …

Home Cinema

Getting 2GB more Google Drive storage today is easy – here's how

Need extra Google Drive space? All you need to do for more is check the security settings for your Google account.Google is already celebrating Safer …


Fearing Current Investment Climate, India’s PepperTap Scales Back Its E-Grocer Service

Tighten your belts, folks. It’s look like 2016 will be a challenging year for India’s venture capital-backed startups after a second of the country’s fastest growing companies abandoned expansions plans on account of uncertain investment prospects.

Hot on the heels of news that Grofers, a startup …


Tribe Is A Nifty Walkie-Talkie App

Meet Tribe, a new social app for iOS and Android that is going head-to-head against Taptalk, Snapchat and countless other social messaging apps. Tribe is an interesting take on messaging thanks to its heavy focus on video and neat design.

At heart, Tribe isn’t reinventing the wheel. Everything you …


Will LiFi Take Big Data And The Internet Of Things To A New Level?

The enormous demand for WiFi and transmissions of mass quantities of data is putting a strain on the current technologies. With the predicted exponential growth of mobile devices, by 2019 more than ten billion mobile devices will exchange 35 quintillion (1018) bytes of information each month — and …

Big Data

Find Your Trainer’s new Partner tool helps couples lose the weight they put on together

It’s been said that happy couples tend to get fatter together – and for fairly logical reasons. Dates mean a lot of going out for indulgent meals, drinks, and desserts – or lounging around the TV with guilty pleasure foods. Studies also suggest people in happy relationships are less concerned about …

Guilty Pleasures

This New App Lets Blind People Livestream

The new ZCast podcasting app by Zula offers a simple to use interface that is providing the visually impaired with access to livestreaming.

Visually impaired people face serious challenges when it comes to social applications; a large portion of today's content is image or video-centric, and …

Victories for iOS helps you conquer your to-do list

It’s almost never easy to check off every item on your to-do list each day, but gamifying it can help, and Victories is a great way to get started.

The free iOS app lets you select and name a pixel art character to represent you and engage in ‘battles’, or tasks. If you complete one, you can swipe …

Pixel Art

Powerful Mac email client Airmail has finally landed on the iPhone

Airmail, the powerful desktop email client for Mac, has finally come to iPhone.

After a long beta period, Airmail for iPhone brings much of what you may like about the desktop client, but adds a few clever tricks for mobile.

In addition to the normal email app things you might expect (aggregated …

Apple News

21 Life Changing DIY Tricks For iPhone And iPad That Surprisingly Most People Don’t Know | Meaning Full DIY

Although I purchased my iPhone several years ago, it took me a while to discover all of the useful tricks. Check out the following 21 tricks for the …


France Wants To Install 1,000 Km Of Solar Roadways Over The Next Five Years

In 2014, the Netherlands built the world’s first solar bike path, a 70-metre stretch named SolaRoad. The proof of concept performed even better than expected, generating, after six months, enough electricity to power a small household for a year.

Successful and fascinating as it is, the project is …


Microsoft’s Band 2 update lets you do a lot more than just track your weight

Microsoft released its Band 2 late last year and now it’s updating its accompanying Health dashboard and app to add some neat features, like the ability to share your workouts with friends.

The cross-platform Health dashboard is one of the Band 2’s greatest assets as it means users of the tracker …


Oil: Buy When There's Blood In The Streets

It’s unimaginable that governments and central banks that have coordinated and committed trillions of dollars in guarantees, backstops, commitments and outright bailouts will stand by and let weak oil prices (rigged by OPEC) undo everything they’ve done over the past seven years to create stability …


How our brains work on caffeine: And alternatives to coffee to try

Caffeine. It’s one of the most addictive drugs in the world.

It runs through our bodies on a regular basis, either through coffee or tea, and it has become an embedded morning habit for many of us!

An average person in the United States consumes approximately 300mg per day, which is equivalent to …


Tinder Helps Fuel A Social Revolution In India

In a country where arranged marriages are still common and there had long been a cultural taboo about using online dating services, India is undergoing a social revolution.

Mobile dating app Tinder, which launched globally in 2012, reported a 400% jump in downloads in India last year. In a country …


Insurify Makes Comparing Car Insurance Companies Simple and Easy

Comparing car insurers isn’t easy, but Insurify wants to make it as simple as typing in your Zip code. A few minutes later, you can compare quotes, …

Cool Stuff

There are a bunch of factors to consider before buying or upgrading to a brand new iPad. With Apple releasing new iPad models once or twice a year, deciding whether to wait or pull the trigger is more difficult than ever. Add the fact Apple is offering more options than ever before and this task […]

There are a bunch of factors to consider before buying or upgrading to a brand new iPad. With Apple releasing new iPad models once or twice a year, …

Apple News

How to build a texting doorbell with a Raspberry Pi

The humble doorbell is great for alerting us to visitors as long as we're in earshot, but we could fix that with a little Internet of Things (IoT) …

Raspberry Pi

This Travel Power Strip Will Solve All of Your Uncharged Tech Woes

Finding an open outlet at the airport is frustrating enough. Finding a group of them conveniently located together? Nearly impossible. And this is only one situation where a a travel-friendly power strip would come in handy. Luckily for anyone who is neverendingly frustrated by uncharged …


Introducing TechCrunch’s Brand-New Apple TV App!

I’m excited to announce that TechCrunch Video has arrived on Apple TV, and now available to download in the App Store! The app features our entire VOD library as well as our growing list of live streaming events, just in time for 1st and Future this Saturday February 6th, and the 9th Annual …

Home Cinema

Google is reportedly releasing a VR headset this year

It would build VR support directly into Android, too.

There were hints that Google was interested in making virtual reality hardware, and now some of the first details of that gear seem to be trickling out. Financial Times sources claim that Google's first true VR headset is effectively a more open …


Inside the World's Most Dog-Friendly Office

Dog beds? Check. Kitchen stocked with puppy treats? Check. A special pet shower for those muddy paws? But, of course. Anything your pooch could want, Massachusetts startup Kurgo has got it covered.


Apple’s gaming censorship continues: The Binding of Isaac blocked from App Store

Apple has repeatedly shown its contempt for gaming, and the company still hasn’t changed.

Developer Tyrone Rodriguez, founder of studio Nicalis, revealed that Apple has rejected The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth from the App Store (first reported by EuroGamer). The game has players taking on the role of …

App Store

iPad Pro Vs. 12-inch MacBook Mini-Review: iOS Or OS X For The Road?

Both the 12-inch MacBook and iPad Pro offer a lot for road warriors. But which delivers all of the goods?

I have used Apple's newest ultraportable MacBook and its biggest iPad interchangeably for almost two months. What follows is a mini-review and my verdict on which does what better — and which …