The more cynical among us would argue that allowing cellphones in-flight is only a guarantee of an even more unpleasant trip, at least for anyone wanting a distraction-free cabin. There must still be a few optimists: Boeing is promising that future production runs of the 747-8 and 777 will have the necessary
Editor’s note: Steli Efti is the Co-Founder and Chief Hustler of ElasticSales and an advisor to several startups and entrepreneurs. You can follow Steli on Twitter here.
It is common entrepreneurial wisdom that good ideas often come from trying to solve your own problems. It’s no surprise then that
Ever wondered what Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S III phone might be like, if it ran another OS? Okay, arguably something along those lines is already under way, but if a curious WiFi Alliance certification entry is to be understood, Tizen might have made its way on to the phone already. The hook here is
Not saying that it won’t happen, or that it can’t happen, just that it hasn’t happened yet, so if a young looking blond TechCruncher in a pushup bra friends you on Facebook, beware.
"TechCrunch employee" Rani Girard is apparently going around friending guys in the tech community for well, reasons. Her
SpaceX’s ‘Grasshopper’ vertical takeoff / vertical landing rocket takes its first small leap (video)
This test-firing may not match the flame of earlier demonstrations, but SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted out a brief eight-second video of another setup it’s testing, the "Grasshopper" reusable vertical takeoff, vertical landing rocket. While the first hop would’ve been shamed in any interstellar dunk contest,
Feel like something’s missing from your YouTube viewing experience — like some good ‘ol multiple-choice questions? The chronic learners among us will be happy to hear that the site is testing an interactive — and potentially educational — feature that lets users add quizzes to their clips. A new page
As promised, Microsoft is issuing a security patch for a Flash vulnerability on Windows 8 in Internet Explorer 10. Though the operating system has yet to see its official public release, researchers testing the RTM version found a bug that could cause Flash to crash and allow for attackers to take control