How Ukraine’s cyber police fights back against Russia’s hackers

April 12, 2024

On February 24, 2022, Russian forces invaded Ukraine. Since then, life in the country has changed for everyone. For the Ukrainian forces who had to defend their country, for the regular citizens who had to withstand invading forces and constant shelling, and for the Cyberpolice of Ukraine, which had to shift its focus and priorities. […]

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Fellow steps away from its usual grind with $365 Aiden coffee machine

April 12, 2024

Coffee is a beverage, sure, but to many people, it’s more than that. It’s a ritual to find a pause in the day, rewarded by a tasty jolt of caffeine. For many years, Fellow has been top of mind for those looking to embrace the ritual. It’s a bit of a surprise, then, to see […]

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5 reasons to attend TC Early Stage 2024

April 12, 2024

TechCrunch Early Stage 2024 isn’t just another tech startup event — it’s the destination for early-stage startups to get hands-on, actionable insights to scale their business directly from expert leaders. Here are five amazing reasons why you need to mark your calendar for April 25 and secure your spot at this groundbreaking event in Boston. […]

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The Download: a history of brainwashing, and America’s chipmaking ambitions

April 12, 2024
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology A brief, weird history of brainwashing On a spring day in 1959, war correspondent Edward Hunter testified before a US Senate subcommittee investigating “the effect of Red China Communes on the United States.”…