Twitter has changed its policy on what happens when a user blocks another user, and some of those who have been subjected to harassment on the network say the changes actually make things worse instead of better
Researchers were able to grow graphene directly on a silicon wafer, reducing the number of steps it takes to manufacture graphene electronics.
Workout App Fitstar Gets An Overhaul As It Shows Promising Paid Sign-Up Metrics
The app may be killing the workout video star. Fitstar, a Google Ventures-backed company that’s trying to make personalized fitness a reality on tablets, just released an overhauled tablet app and is bringing their work to a much larger audience through a new iPhone version. Earlier this year,
Lots of companies spend large amounts of money and time trying to attract the lucrative but elusive young demographic. So when something organically emerges as a trend-setting app for young people, it can be a pretty special thing. Take We Heart It, the photo-oriented social network seems to have hi
It’s no secret that many viewers were getting tired of the blue bubble background in TechCrunch TV videos (it had a good run, but after nearly three years, we were too.) So over the Thanksgiving holiday, the TechCrunch TV team picked up some hammers, saws, and glue guns and gave our humble stu
Treadmills. They’re just so monotonous, no? It’s a challenge to keep your mind off exhaustion or muscle fatigue, so many gym users turn to TV shows or books to distract themselves. But even that may not be enough to make exercise less of a chore for regular folk. So Charles and Kai Huang
Senators prep for more all-nighters
Democrats push to confirm as many of the president's nominees as they can.