A top U.S. lawmaker, Republican Sen. John Thune, has penned a letter to Apple with further questions about slowing older models of the iPhone via Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS. Senator Thune, Chair of the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, … Read More
Shift gets a new co-CEO, the U.S. government blames North Korea for WannaCry and SoftBank leads a $120 million dollar investment in Lemonade. All this on Crunch Report.
Kim-Mai Cutler talks to Y Combinator’s Sam Altman about the impact of tech on Bay area infrastructure, why a universal basic income might be a great idea, and getting tech involved in government. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://bit.ly/18J0X2e TechCrunch Disrupt … Read More
On December 14, the FCC will vote on whether or not to roll back Obama-era policies protecting a free and open internet. In fact, during yesterday’s announcement of the upcoming vote, the FCC neglected to mention the historic 22 million … Read More
Spin, one of several dockless bike-sharing companies now vying for dominance in a number of U.S. cities, has a new weapon to wield against its competitors: Kyle Rowe, the architect of Seattle’s permissive and apparently successful bike-share permit system, who … Read More
About a month ago, FBR admitted that it was unable to collect data from telecom operators in Pakistan and therefore it was unable to properly collect withholding tax (WHT) from them. The Senate Standing Committee on Finance expressed their anger … Read More
Facebook detailed the extent of Russia’s election interference campaign on Instagram today during its second congressional hearing. Facebook general counsel Colin Stretch said that 120,000 posts by Russian election attackers reached 16 million Americans from October through the election, and … Read More