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Best cheap laptop deals for May 2021

Whether you need a new laptop for school or work, we put together a list of the best laptop deals right now.
Tags: Deals, Trends, Computing, Acer, Lenovo, Chromebooks, Macbooks, Evergreen Deals


Early bird extension gives you more time to save on passes to TC Early Stage 2021: Marketing and Fundraising

Startup life, especially in the early innings, is nothing short of hectic. Who wouldn’t love a clone or two to help get everything done? Well, we can’t clone you, but we can give you more time to sign up and save on a pass to TC Early Stage 2021: Marketing and Fundraising on July 8-9. We’re extending the early bird deadline to Friday, June 4 at 11:59 pm (PT). Sweet! That should help calm the cray-cray and save you $100 on admission to our virtual two-day bootcamp experience. Of course, you don’t...
Tags: TC, Tech, Greylock, Sarah Kunst, Cleo Capital, Mike Duboe, TC Early Stage 2021: Marketing and Fundraising, Rebecca Reeve Henderson, Rsquared Communication


It Will Cost $699 to Repair a Broken 12.9-Inch M1 iPad Pro Without AppleCare+

If you damage your new 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro and don't have AppleCare+, Apple will charge $699 to repair the broken device. The fee update was added to Apple's iPad Service and Repair chart earlier today after ‌iPad Pro‌ orders went live. At $699, it is $50 more expensive to get a repair for the new fifth-generation iPad than it was to get a repair for the prior fourth-generation model. The extra cost is likely due to the new mini-LED display that's exclusive to the 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌. The...
Tags: Apple, Featured, iPad Pro 12.9, iPad Pro 11


Get Email Alerts When COVID-19 Vaccines Become Available Near You

India is currently in the midst of a second wave of the Coronavirus and this one is far more devastating than what we have seen last year. The country is reporting close to every day but the actual count of daily infections could be much higher.The COVID-19 vaccination program in India was earlier available to people above 45 years of age but starting today (May 1), anyone above the age of 18 years is eligible for Covid-19 vaccination. COVID-19 Vaccines Near Me T...
Tags: Google, India, Seo, Google Sheets, Vaccine Tracker Google Sheet


Karen Kurczynski—Jorn's Distrust of Photography

Kurczynski, The Art and Politics of Asger Jorn ...distrust of the prefabricated image in fact led him [Jorn] at first to dismiss—shortsightedly—the artistic and critical potential of photography. Jorn writes that excessive faith in the progress and objectivity of science leads to the view that photography is the best art form, because it is the most objective and realistic. But there is no objective reality even in science, he argues, since it is always tied to the needs and interests of those...
Tags: Technology, Jazz, Abstract Art, Stefan Kac, Representation, Jorn, Asger Jorn, Photography And Photographers, From A Notebook, Jorn (asger, Kurczynski (karen, Karen Kurczynski


Extra Crunch roundup: Fintech stays hot, Brex doubles, and startup IRR is up all over

Tech companies in Silicon Valley, the geography, have had an incredible year. But one indicator points to longer-term changes. The internal rate of return (IRR) for companies in other startup hub cities has been even better. A big new analysis by AngelList showed aggregate IRR of 19.4% per year on syndicated deals elsewhere versus 17.5% locally. A separate measure, of total value of paid-in investment, revealed 1.67x returns for other hubs versus 1.60x in the main Silicon Valley and Bay Area tec...
Tags: Startups, TC, California, India, US, San Francisco, Tech, Austin, United States, Healthcare, SEC, Silicon Valley, Zomato, Biden, Seattle, Fintech


Daily Crunch: Europe charges Apple with antitrust breach

Apple faces an antitrust complaint in Europe, TikTok has a new CEO and YouTube TV disappears from Roku. This is your Daily Crunch for April 30, 2021. Also, this is my last day at TechCrunch, and therefore my last day writing The Daily Crunch. It’s been a blast rounding up the news for all of you, and thank you to everyone who took the time to tell me they enjoyed the newsletter. On Monday, TechCrunch will be debuting a more collaborative approach to The Daily Crunch — stay tuned! The big story...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Spotify, Europe, Tech, Policy, Commission, European Commission, Roku, App Store, Trump, The Commission, Kevin Mayer, YouTube TV, Daily Crunch


Weekend reading: And the little one said, rollover

What caught my eye this week. F ive years flies by when your country is shooting itself in the foot, the world’s most powerful nation is led by a man-child, and a global pandemic sinks and then super-charges your portfolio. Even so, as the dust settled I was surprised to see that my NS&I Index-linked certificates are up for renewal again. If you have no idea what these are, I don’t blame you. NS&I’s coveted certificates haven’t been available to new investors for almost a decade. Existing hold...
Tags: Google, Amazon, UK, India, Marketing, US, Bbc, Beethoven, Pfizer, Ns&i, Tom, Carson, Seth, Kevin Kelly, Klement, Other sites


Serious MacOS Vulnerability Patched

Apple just patched a MacOS vulnerability that bypassed malware checks. The flaw is akin to a front entrance that’s barred and bolted effectively, but with a cat door at the bottom that you can easily toss a bomb through. Apple mistakenly assumed that applications will always have certain specific attributes. Owens discovered that if he made an application that was really just a script—code that tells another program what do rather than doing it itself—and didn’t include a standard application me...
Tags: Apple, Uncategorized, Malware, Operating Systems, Vulnerabilities, Owens, Bruce Schneier, Patching


Analytics as a service: Why more enterprises should consider outsourcing

Joey Lei Contributor Share on Twitter Joey Lei is director of service management at Synoptek. With more than 14 years of experience in engineering and product management, Lei is responsible for the development and growth of the Synoptek service portfolio and solution development with strategic technology alliance partners. More posts by this contributor How startups can leverage elastic services for cost optimizat...
Tags: Column, Enterprise, Big Data, Tech, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Business Intelligence, Data Management, Predictive Analytics, Data Mining, Msp, Joey Lei, EC Enterprise Applications, EC Column, Analytics As A Service


What3Words sends legal threat to a security researcher for sharing an open-source alternative

A U.K. company behind digital addressing system What3Words has sent a legal threat to a security researcher for offering to share an open-source software project with other researchers, which What3Words claims violate its copyright. Aaron Toponce, a systems administrator at XMission, received a letter on Thursday from a law firm representing What3Words, requesting that he delete tweets related to the open source alternative, WhatFreeWords. The letter also demands that he disclose to the law firm...
Tags: Google, Security, Twitter, Privacy, Law, Tech, Javascript, Software, United Kingdom, Computing, Operating Systems, Tierney, Three Words, What3words, Andrew Tierney, Aaron Toponce


Hands-On With Apple's New AirTags

After years of waiting for the AirTags to debut, launch day is finally upon us and ‌AirTags‌ are now in the hands of customers. We got our ‌AirTags‌ in the mail today and thought we'd share a hands-on look for those who are still waiting for their orders or debating whether ‌AirTags‌ might be useful. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. As you probably know by now, ‌AirTags‌ are small, coin-shaped Bluetooth item trackers similar to Tile that you're meant to put on item...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Belkin, MacRumors YouTube, AirTag, Airtags


How UK-based Lendable is powering fintechs across emerging markets

What moves the needle for digital lenders is serving loans to their respective customers. But where does this money come from? The pool is usually equity or debt. While some lenders use the former, it can be seen as folly because, over time, the founders tend to lose ownership of their businesses after giving out too much equity to raise capital for loans. Hence the reason why most lending companies secure debt facilities.  TechCrunch has recently reported on two prominent digital lenders (al...
Tags: UK, Singapore, India, Africa, Tech, Ethiopia, Lendable, Latin America, Cto, Daniel, Africa Southeast Asia, Greenstart, Nairobi New York, Eyob, Daniel Goldfarb, Africa Carbon


Elliot Page says he 'collapsed' at an 'Inception' after-party over gender pressures

In a new interview with Oprah Winfrey for her Apple TV+ show 'The Oprah Conversation,' Elliot Page says he collapsed while promoting...
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How to Use Precision Finding to Locate an AirTag With iPhone 11 and iPhone 12

Apple's AirTags are small, button-shaped devices that are designed to be attached to items like keys and wallets to allow these accessories to be tracked using Bluetooth right alongside Apple devices in the Find My app. If you've set up an AirTag and attached it to an item, you can track said item in the ‌Find My‌ app, should you misplace it. ‌Find My‌ uses Bluetooth signals from a lost AirTag to relay its location back to its owner. Apart from Bluetooth, however, each AirTag is also equipped...
Tags: Apple, Airtags


Basecamp sees mass employee exodus after CEO bans political discussions

Following a controversial ban on political discussions earlier this week, Basecamp employees are heading for the exits. The company employs around 60 people, and roughly a third of the company appears to have accepted buyouts to leave, many citing new company policies. On Monday, Basecamp CEO Jason Fried anounced in a blog post that employees would no longer be allowed to openly share their “societal and political discussions” at work. “Every discussion remotely related to politics, advocacy or ...
Tags: TC, Drama, Tech, Diversity, Ceo, Companies, Coinbase, Cto, Project Management, Basecamp, Jason Fried, Armstrong, David Heinemeier Hansson, Brian Armstrong, Zach Waugh, Sam Stephenson


Ordering Apple's New iPad Pro? It's Probably Safe to Expect Delays

Apple’s new iPad Pro models that come equipped with its M1 chip are already seeing delays in delivery times.Read more...
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A guide to SIM cards, the small chips that connect your phone to a cellular network

SIM cards are tiny chips stored inside many cell phones. Tongchai Cherdchew / EyeEm/Getty Images A SIM card, or subscriber identity module, is a small card in your cellphone that connects you to the network. Your SIM card contains your phone number, and lets you make phone calls, send text messages, and more. SIM cards have evolved over the years and come in several sizes, including mini-, micro-, and nano-SIMs. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Most mobile phon...
Tags: Iphone, Android, Trends, SIM, Smartphone Accessories, Sim Card, Samsung Galaxy, Dave Johnson, Nano SIM, Tech Insider, Smartphone Chips, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Tech How To, Smartphones (Reference


How to Put an AirTag in Lost Mode

Apple's AirTags are small, coin-shaped devices that can be attached to items like keys and wallets to allow these accessories to be tracked using Bluetooth right alongside Apple devices in the Find My app. ‌AirTags‌ can be tracked using the Items tab in ‌Find My‌, and just like your Apple devices, if one should become lost, you can put it in Lost Mode to locate it. If an AirTag is nearby, it will connect to an Apple device over Bluetooth to relay its location, and there's even a Precision Fi...
Tags: Apple, AirTag, Airtags


How to attract large investors to your direct investing platform

David Teten Contributor Share on Twitter David Teten is founder of Versatile VC and writes periodically at teten.com and @dteten. More posts by this contributor Should you give an anchor investor a stake in your fund’s management company? How VC and private equity funds can launch portfolio-acceleration platforms Many fintech startups have tried to become a market-maker between investors and inv...
Tags: Tech, Barclays, Manhattan, David Teten, Delio, CartaX Equityzen Forge Real, Gemini Republic Art, Tim Friedman


Facebook is buying the developer behind VR shooter ‘Onward’

After a steady stream of studio acquisitions in late 2019 and early 2020, Facebook has been a little quieter in recent months when its come to bulking up their VR content arm. Today, the social media giant breaks that stream, announcing their acquisition of Downpour Interactive, the developer of the popular VR first-person shooter Onward. The title, which is available on the company’s Rift and Quest platforms, as well as through Valve’s Steam store, has been among virtual reality’s top sellers i...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Tech, Respawn Entertainment, Apex Legends, Mike Verdu Facebook


You can pre-order the new iMacs starting today, but there’s a catch

Though Apple's newly redesigned M1-powered iMac launched in seven flashy new colors, only four colors will be stocked at Apple's physical retail stores.
Tags: Apple, News, Mac, Trends, Computing, Desktop, iMac, M1


BuzzBuzzHome acquired by new home data provider Zonda

Zonda, a provider of data intelligence, lead generation and engagement tools to the homebuilding industry, is rapidly scaling up its capabilities through a string of acquisitions.
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Radio, Condos, Zonda, New Home Construction, Jeff Myers, Buzzbuzzhome, Matthew Slutsky


SCOTT GALLOWAY: College has soared in price with few changes to justify the cost - and the pandemic is finally challenging America's obsession with it

Upward mobility in the US is still being stifled as Ivy Leagues continue to cater to the 1%, while second-tier schools are slowly being erased. AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File Scott Galloway is a bestselling author and professor of marketing at NYU Stern. The following is a recent blog post, republished with permission, that originally ran on his blog, "No Mercy / No Malice." In it, Galloway says the elite educational institutes are still profiting while second-teir schools struggle. See more s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Florida, US, America, Trends, Mit, Harvard, University, Yale, Dartmouth, Ivy League, Hermès, Suzy, New York Magazine, Ucla


Amid the IPO gold rush, how should we value fintech startups?

Allen Miller Contributor Share on Twitter Allen Miller is a principal at Oak HC/FT based in San Francisco. He invests in early- and growth-stage companies, with a particular focus on fintech. More posts by this contributor The last decade in real estate, and a peek into the next one 2019 looks to continue another lights-out year for fintech startups Tess Munsie Contribu...
Tags: Ipo, New York City, San Francisco, Tech, Fintech, Shopify, SPAC, EMEA, APAC, Allen Miller, PayPal Square, Tess Munsie


Google to ban emoji, deceptive marketing, and ALL CAPS from Play Store metadata later this year

The spotty 13-year old app shack finally growing up? Better late than never Google is warning developers it won’t allow misleading or hyperbolic app descriptions by year-end, in an attempt to make the world’s biggest app bazaar feel less like the feedback section of an eBay profile.…
Tags: Google, Software


Festival Pass: SoFi Stadium will have fans in the stands for benefit concert

Festival Pass is a newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. Have you watched “Ted Lasso” yet? Not only is the writing and acting fantastic, there are some sublime musical moments. (One of my favorite scenes in the first season was the use of Elastica’s “Connection” to open the show.) Last night I stumbled upon the Twitter account of @dancinglasso, which is just Ted Lasso doing his locker room dance to requested song...
Tags: Apple, California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Music Festivals, Coachella, Skrillex, Luke Bryan, San Bernardino, Travis Scott, Kevin Parker, Inglewood, Elastica, Los Angeles Chargers


How to Locate an AirTag in Find My on iPhone

Apple's AirTags are small, button-shaped devices that are designed to be attached to items like keys and wallets to allow these accessories to be tracked using Bluetooth right alongside Apple devices in the Find My app. If you've just set up a new AirTag, you'll want to know how to track it so that you can locate the attached item, should you misplace it. If your iPhone or iPad is running iOS 14.5/iPadOS 14.5 or later, you can use the ‌Find My‌ app to locate a missing AirTag that's linked to ...
Tags: Apple, Airtags


Wander the Museum of Ancient Tech in This Ad for Samsung’s Galaxy Book

Technology is always evolving. And for laptops, versatility is key. Samsung's recently-launched global campaign for its new Galaxy Books asks us to embrace a new future where laptops can do anything a cellphone can do. The Galaxy Book is intended to merge the power of a PC with the flexibility of a cellphone, creating a...
Tags: Technology, Advertising, Samsung, Creative, AdFreak, Museum of Ancient Tech


Apple's new 11-inch iPad Pro is already $50 off at Walmart

Walmart knocks $50 off Apple's new 2021 11-inch iPad Pro, bringing it down to $749..
Tags: Apple, Walmart



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