ChefSteps Joule Review: If Apple cooked sous-vide
ChefSteps’ Joule wants to be the iPod of home sous-vide. The Internet of Things has reached the kitchen, and few gadgets please ambitious home chefs like a sous-vide cooker. Distilling what once was limited to professional kitchens into a one-two punch of sleek hardware and user-friendly software, if Joule was any more helpful it’d be eating your dinner for you. … Continue reading...
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild review – The grandest adventure yet
I’m just going to admit it right off the bat: I haven’t been on board the Breath of the Wild hype train this entire time. When Nintendo first started showing the game off, alongside the promises it made about a truly open world and a reinvention for the Zelda franchise, I was skeptical. I didn’t think Nintendo could deliver on … Continue reading...
Crunch Report | Tesla’s Long List of Updated Updates
Tesla’s long list of updated updates, Instacart agrees to settle class-action lawsuit and SB Drive pulls in $4.6 million. All this on Crunch Report. Read More ...
Tesla Model 3 is ‘just a smaller, more affordable’ Model S, says Elon Musk
 The Tesla Model 3 is not a product iteration along the lines of successive iPhones, Elon Musk clarified on Twitter on Friday. Instead, it’s a “smaller model affordable versions of Model S” with less range, less power and fewer features, according to the Tesla CEO. The Model S is still going to be the leader in terms of it technological capabilities – so think more iPhone… Read More ...
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the Galaxy Note Tablet that never was. In the best way possible, Samsung has created an Android answer for the iPad Pro. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has some of the qualities of the Samsung Galaxy Note series – save a couple of the most important features. Where the Galaxy Tab S3 could have … Continue reading...
Formlabs retires the Form 1+ printer
 Formlabs’ Form 1 Kickstarter project was the first stereo lithography printer that ended up on peoples’ radars. Its successor, the Form 1+, looked identical but had upgraded internals for increased speed and reliability. Following Formlabs’ $35 million raise last year, the company has focused its attention on its more professional-grade Form 2 printer instead. Read More ...
Nintendo Switch review: Excellent hardware with one roadblock
I have something of a love/hate relationship with Nintendo consoles, especially in recent years. While I grew up with consoles like the Super NES, Nintendo 64, and Gamecube, in the time since then my preference has shifted to Nintendo’s handhelds like the DS and the 3DS. Now that the Nintendo Switch is on the scene, Nintendo is looking to bounce … Continue reading...
Tesla ending production of Model S 60 kWh
If you’re desperate to own a Tesla, on a budget, and can’t wait for the Model 3’s scheduled release later this year, you better act fast. The iconic electric car-maker has revealed that it’s discontinuing the Model S that comes with a 60 kilowatt-hour battery, in other words its cheapest vehicle currently available. The Model S 60kWh has a starting … Continue reading...
The great enterprise chat race
 The competitive deck appears nearly stacked against the startup, and it seems that every other month a new product launches from a major tech company that’s billed in the tech press as the next “Slack Killer.” What Slack does isn’t actually all that original as startup ideas go. It merely provides an environment for teams to share information inside a chat client. Yet… Read More ...
Tesla raises $1.2 billion, 20 percent more than planned
Tesla said on Friday it had raised about $1.2 billion, roughly 20 percent more than it had planned, by selling common shares and convertible debt, ahead of the launch of the crucial Model 3 sedan. The company, led by Elon Musk, said it sold 1.3 million common shares at $262 apiece to raise $350 million and that it raised another $850 million though the sale of convertible senior notes due 2022. The electric car company said on Wednesday it planned to sell $250 million worth of stock and $750 mil...
Tesla Model 3 performance, specs, and news
Tesla has shared more information about the upcoming Model 3, including its ability to go more than 250 miles on a single charge. The Chevy Bolt competitor will also be far cheaper than the Model S, which will open the brand to new buyers. The post Tesla Model 3 performance, specs, and news appeared first on Digital Trends....
Tesla Model 3 performance, specs, and news
Tesla has shared more information about the upcoming Model 3, including its ability to go more than 250 miles on a single charge. The Chevy Bolt competitor will also be far cheaper than the Model S, which will open the brand to new buyers. The post Tesla Model 3 performance, specs, and news appeared first on Digital Trends....
Equity podcast: The return of IPOs and Tesla’s billion-dollar bet
 One down, many more to go! The first episode of TechCrunch’s latest podcast, Equity, our venture capital-focused podcast is out. This week, TechCrunch’s Matthew Lynley, CrunchBase editor-in-chief Alex Wilhelm and I sat down with investor and SaaStr founder Jason Lemkin to talk about Tesla’s $1 billion raise, the return of IPOs and recent acquisitions in the technology… Read More ...
Crunch Report | GoPro plans to cut 270 jobs
GoPro plans to cut 270 Jobs, Tesla looking to raise $1 billion for the Model 3, growth of the iMessage store is slowing down and the pricing of the Lucid Air electric car is revealed. All this on Crunch Report. Read More ...
Serial founder and former Slack PM Simon Vallee is starting a personal productivity company
 Simon Vallee is exactly the kind of person who venture capitalists like to keep on their radar. He’s Canadian, for one thing. (Everyone knows how nice Canadians are.) He has also cofounded a number of small companies over the last decade — and sold them. First, there was SiteMasher, a site creation platform that was sold a couple of years later, in 2009, to Saleforce for what… Read More ...
Living with AirPods: Three months to change my mind
Three months in, has the reality distortion field around the AirPods faded, or are Apple’s Bluetooth headphones still my pick of iPhone accessories? They may have met with some ridicule when Apple revealed them, but the ongoing stock shortages would suggest that the mass market doesn’t care: they want their AirPods, and they’re willing to pay $159 for them. Having … Continue reading...
Sony slashes pricing of Xperia XZ down to Rs 39,990
Sony has officially reduced the pricing of its last year’s flagship smartphone down to Rs 41,990 on the company’s website which means a reduction of Rs 8,000. The Xperia XZ was priced at Rs 51,990 at its time of launch in October last year. Notably the smartphone went on sale at Rs 49,990. There is no confirmation if this price cut is permanent or for a limited period. Sony’s exclusive online e-commerce partner Amazon India is selling the Sony Xperia XZ at an eve...
Sony slashes pricing of Xperia XZ down to Rs 39,990
Sony has officially reduced the pricing of its last year’s flagship smartphone down to Rs 41,990 on the company’s website which means a reduction of Rs 8,000. The Xperia XZ was priced at Rs 51,990 at its time of launch in October last year. Notably the smartphone went on sale at Rs 49,990. There is no confirmation if this price cut is permanent or for a limited period. Sony’s exclusive online e-commerce partner Amazon India is selling the Sony Xperia XZ at an eve...
Intel plans to buy collision-avoidance car sensor system maker Mobileye for $14-$15 billion
U.S. chip giant Intel has agreed to buy Israeli technology firm Mobileye for $14-$15 billion, according to TheMarker, an Israeli financial newspaper. The companies will announce the acquisition, the largest ever for an Israeli high-tech company, later on Monday, TheMarker reported on its website. Mobileye is a leading supplier of collision-avoidance car sensor systems. Neither Intel nor Mobileye were immediately reachable for comment. The two companies are already collaborating with BMW on a pro...
Intel plans to buy collision-avoidance car sensor system maker Mobileye for $14-$15 billion
U.S. chip giant Intel has agreed to buy Israeli technology firm Mobileye for $14-$15 billion, according to TheMarker, an Israeli financial newspaper. The companies will announce the acquisition, the largest ever for an Israeli high-tech company, later on Monday, TheMarker reported on its website. Mobileye is a leading supplier of collision-avoidance car sensor systems. Neither Intel nor Mobileye were immediately reachable for comment. The two companies are already collaborating with BMW on a pro...