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August 19, 2023
Cellebrite asks cops to keep its phone hacking tech ‘hush hush’
For years, cops and other government authorities all over the
12 Best Early Labor Day Deals (2023): Luggage, Grills, and Outdoor Gear
By Louryn Strampe, Gear Team | |
Autumn is fast approaching, and with it comes Labor Day—a
Apple devices spoofed, Musk eggs on Zuckerberg and goes public
By Kyle Wiggers | |
Welcome, friends, to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular newsletter
Damon Motors HyperSport First Ride: The Electric Superbike Is a Promising Prototype
By Tim Stevens | |
While mass production of the HyperSport will happen at a
Nailing subscriptions in India | TechCrunch
By Anna Heim | |
Welcome to the TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s
Apple Will Finally Pay for Throttling iPhones With ‘Batterygate’ Settlement
By Boone Ashworth | |
If you had battery-related performance issues on an older iPhone—and
Elon Musk to remove Twitter’s block feature on X
By devans | |
Comment on this storyCommentElon Musk said Friday that the block
This week in AI: Amazon ‘enhances’ reviews with AI while Snap’s goes rogue
By Kyle Wiggers | |
Keeping up with an industry as fast-moving as AI is a tall
Security News This Week: US Energy Firm Targeted With Malicious QR Codes in Mass Phishing Attack
By Lily Hay Newman | |
At the Defcon security conference in Las Vegas last weekend,
Roblox faces a new class action lawsuit alleging it facilitates child gambling
By Taylor Hatmaker | |
In a new class action lawsuit filed in the Northern
Montana Youth Win a Historic Climate Case
By Katie Myers | |
“I know that climate change is a global issue, but
Russia and India attempt moon landings as they join new space race
By Christian Davenport | |
Comment on this storyCommentThe moon may be dead and desolate,
How Index Ventures jumped to the front of the AI GPU line
By Connie Loizos | |
Earlier this week, the New York Times shone a light
8 Best Travel Bags (2023): Carry-On Luggage, Duffel, Budget
By Matt Jancer | |
Not every good product can snag a best-in-category title, but
Canada asks Meta to reverse news ban as Yellowknife fires burn
Comment on this storyCommentAs thousands of Canadians fled raging wildfires
AI2 drops biggest open dataset yet for training language models
By Devin Coldewey | |
Language models like GPT-4 and Claude are powerful and useful,
How an Iowa School District Used ChatGPT to Ban Books
By Angela Watercutter | |
For bookworms, reading a headline like “School District Uses ChatGPT
Cruise Agrees to Reduce Driverless Car Fleet in San Francisco After Crash
By Yiwen Lu | |
Less than a day after one of its driverless taxis
Cruise told by regulators to ‘immediately’ reduce robotaxi fleet 50% following crash
By Kirsten Korosec | |
Cruise, the self-driving car subsidiary of GM, has been asked
25 Years Ago Steve Jobs Launched the First iMac—and the Strategy That Saved Apple
By Steven Levy | |
Steve Jobs didn’t want the photographer. It was May 1998,
Are You Using ChatGPT in Your School or University? We Want to Hear About It.
By Natasha Singer | |
New chatbots powered by artificial intelligence upended public schools and