Daily Archives: December 3, 2017

Week 48 in review: Samsung W2018 and Honor V10 debut

Two premium handsets debuted this week – Samsung introduced its W2018 flip phone, while Huawei unveiled the V10 phablet. The first one is going to remain exclusive to China, but the latter has great potential of becoming a cheaper alternative to the Mate 10 duo

Nokia Steel HR hands-on review

The smartwatch market doesn’t have many hybrids, which makes the Steel HR smartwatch a member of a rare breed. It’s neither an Android Wear nor a Tizen device (it’s obviously not a Watch OS wearable either) – it’s half analog watch, half smartband. It has

The attack of the SuperFakes

S even years ago, watch fan Andrew Dakin bought a Movado watch on eBay for $500. It looked like a mint timepiece, well-maintained and classically styled. He had just started collecting watches, so he was happy to get a deal on a unique and valuable

Gillmor Gang: Netfix | TechCrunch

The Gillmor Gang — Frank Radice, Doc Searls, Denis Pombriant, Elisa Camahort Page, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, December 1, 2017. G3: Hacking Cough — Mary Hodder, Francine Hardaway, Maria Ogneva, Tina Hui, and Tina Chase Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, December 1, 2017. @stevegillmor,

WannaDrink is the hack that will finally destroy my liver

Onstage today at our TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Hackathon I have seen the future of my liver… and it looks bleak. The culprit behind my liver’s imminent demise? WannaDrink, a hack that somehow manages to combine the amazing mission of providing tech education for recent immigrants

Metascarcity and Bitcoin’s future | TechCrunch

The problem with writing about Bitcoin is that the subject has become so emotional. The very name inspires triumph, greed, resentment, or fury. Triumph from those handful of hodlers (yes, really) who are watching the destiny they long foretold actually come true before those eyes.

Weekly poll: how much storage is enough?

4K videos, AAA games, lossless music, things add up quickly and if the result is more gigabytes than you have in your phone, then you have to do the cursed “storage shuffle” dance. Sure, a microSD card slot can tilt things in your favor but