Yesterday on Facebook, a man named Matt Neal sent out a plea. He’s 26, his blood type is B+ and he has a failing kidney. His ask? “One working kidney from a true sneaker head.” His offer? A pair of
Welcome back to another episode of CrunchWeek. We’re very glad that you are here. This time ’round, our fearless Matthew Lynley headed the ship, while our own Josh Constine and your humble servant were on hand to help out along
Using a mixture of algorithms and human stylists, London-based Thread works on the premise that a lot of men hate clothes shopping, however much they like stylish attire. Read More Source: TechCrunch
You wait years and years for virtual reality to become a thing, and then suddenly a truck load of VR headsets pile into the tech hype cycle almost at once (thanks Oculus). But if you’re a consumer wanting to get
You may soon be able to use your phone to capture 3-D models of objects that can be printed out with a 3-D printer. The post Microsoft Wants to Turn Your Phone Into a 3-D Scanner appeared first on WIRED.
The answer might surprise you (unless you’re related to DJ Yella). The post Who Got the Biggest Google Bump From Straight Outta Compton? appeared first on WIRED. Source: wired
Amazon produces hardware that’s designed to help Amazon sell things, often at the detriment of the overall user experience. The post Amazon’s Hardware Isn’t About You, and That’s the Problem appeared first on WIRED. Source: wired
No one would say that Hurricane Katrina was a good thing. But the city’s startup founders say it stirred their fighting spirit. The post How New Orleans Built a Bustling Tech Hub in Katrina’s Wake appeared first on WIRED. Source: