Category : Tech Reviews

Tech / Tech Reviews - 8 hours ago

The Chinese think Palo Alto is dumpy

& Good news! The great Raw Water Story of 2017 is finally over. Google tells me that searches went up ten-fold over the raw water craze, but thankfully, humans seem to have filtered out any more stories or follow ups. Silicon Valley can rest easy. Bu...

Tech / Tech Reviews - 9 hours ago

Mike Moritz and the declining America worker

& Storied Sequoia investor Mike Moritz threw fire into the tech Twitter gumbo with his observations of hard-working Chinese workers and slothful Silicon Valley engineers. Moritz, a billionaire, clearly needs page views to fund his retirement. The maj...

Tech / Tech Reviews - 12 hours ago

WTF is GDPR?

& Within a matter of months, the General Data Protection Regulation will apply across the EU and business processing citizens’ data will need to be sure they’re compliant. We explain the major changes incoming and take a look at some poss...

Tech / Tech Reviews - 13 hours ago

CTRL+T podcast: From Tide Pods to the blockchain

& Blockchain has become the latest buzzword in the technology industry, but many people are still in the dark about just what exactly it means. Thanks to Raine Revere, we have a bit of a better grasp on what the blockchain entails as well as some of...

Tech / Tech Reviews - 15 hours ago

Apple’s enterprise evolution

& Back in 2010, Apple’s iconic co-founder Steve Jobs was not entirely enthralled with the enterprise. In fact, Jobs is famously quoted as saying, “What I love about the consumer market, that I always hated about the enterprise market, is...

Tech / Tech Reviews - 19 hours ago

Join the TechCrunch Meetup in Davos #TCDavos

& TechCrunch is holding an informal meetup during the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Grab a free ticket here. The event precedes our TechCrunch Meetup the week after in Zug, Switzerland, the so-called Crypto Valley...

Tech / Tech Reviews - 1 day ago

Yes, cities should indeed fight for tech jobs

& Few events have jolted the urban planning crowd quite like Amazon’s process for selecting the company’s new second headquarters (dubbed HQ2). The company put up a massive carrot of 50,000 jobs and $5 billion in investment, and then proc...