Monthly Archives: September 2023

Destiny 2 has one of the worst bugs in its history that’s melting bosses and PvP players

Image: Bungie Destiny 2 has one of the worst — and most hilarious — bugs [...]

The Nintendo Switch OLED and jet-black Xbox Series S are both on sale right now

Who needs the drab white model, anyway? | Image: Nintendo It’s been an exciting week [...]

Everything you need to know about switching to USB-C

Photo by Nilay Patel / The Verge Are you an iPhone user looking to upgrade [...]

The iPhone 15 gets USB-C, a redesigned Cybertruck surfaces and California considers banning AV trucks

Hey, friendly people, and welcome to Week in Review (WiR), TechCrunch’s regular newsletter that aggregates [...]

The future of batteries needs more than venture capital

French battery maker Verkor secured more than €2 billion (around $2.1 billion) to build its [...]

Deal Dive: Elder tech is expanding beyond reactive solutions

Bold creates personalized exercise programs for seniors to reduce injury. It’s one of the latest [...]

Is Instacart’s new IPO price range justified?

In its S-1, Instacart describes itself as a “grocery technology company.” But does that warrant [...]

Answering AI’s biggest questions requires an interdisciplinary approach

Ethical AI requires a deep understanding of what there is, what we want, what we [...]

A Robotaxi Was Blamed for a San Francisco Man’s Death But He Was Actually Hit By a City Bus

A couple of weeks ago, as San Francisco emergency responders attempted to pull away from [...]

Shelley Parker-Chan’s Newest Book Brings Emo to 14th Century China

She Who Became the Sun, Shelley Parker-Chan’s debut novel, is “a kind of” coming of [...]