SpaceX ships 100,000 Starlink terminals to customers, eyes future launches using Starship – TechCrunch

Elon Musk’s Starlink project, which aims to provide global broadband connectivity via a constellation of satellites, has shipped 100,000 terminals to customers. 100k terminals shipped!https://t.co/Q1VvqVmJ2i —...

GM says it will seek reimbursement from LG Chem for $1B Chevy Bolt recall...

American automaker General Motors expanded its recall of Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles on Friday due to fire risks from battery manufacturing defects. The automaker...

Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 is the foldable to beat – TechCrunch

I took a long walk on Saturday. It’s become a routine during the pandemic, a chance to unwind after too many hours indoors, while...

Virgin Orbit rockets to $3.2B valuation in SPAC merger – TechCrunch

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Intel inks deal with Department of Defense to support domestic chip-building ecosystem – TechCrunch

Intel has signed a deal with the Department of Defense to support a domestic commercial chip-building ecosystem. The chipmaker will lead the first phase...

How To Try Windows 11 From Your Web Browser

Windows 11 was announced in late June, but Microsoft still hasn’t confirmed a release date for its new desktop OS. October looks the most...

Netflix’s live-action ‘Cowboy Bebop’ series arrives on November 19th – TechCrunch

Netflix’s live-action adaptation of classic anime  has been a long time coming, and the show finally has a release date. The 10-episode first season...

Why have the markets spurned public neoinsurance startups? – TechCrunch

It's the results, stupid We’ve spent quite a lot of time of late wondering just what the heck is up with the valuations of insurtech...

Cell phones for seniors – Best bets for older adults

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Bird’s improving scooter-nomics, breaking down Tesla AI day and the Nuro EC-1 – TechCrunch

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