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Daily Crunch: Lemonade says website security flaw that exposed customer data is ‘by design’...
6 hours ago
Hello friends and welcome to Daily Crunch, bringing you the most important startup, tech and venture capital news in a single package.......
Would you pay £99,000 for this self-lacing Nike? Sneakers Unboxed review...
6 hours ago
Design Museum, LondonFrom battered Vans to box-fresh Adidas, how did sneakers become an $80bn-a-year global industry? This fun show has all the answers – including how to get really fat laces‘It was all about being the freshest,” says Koe Rodriguez, toothbrush in hand. “That’s how you pulled honeys, how you got respect from the hard rocks. That’s how you laid your game down. It was all about being fresh.” The hip-hop historian’s not talking about his teeth, though, but his sneakers.Rodriguez appears in Just for Kicks, a 2005 documentary about sneaker culture that also features an MC explaining his painstaking monthly shoelace-cleaning ritual. Treating his precious laces as if they were the finest cashmere, he would carefully scrub them between his clenched knuckles, then pinch out the water, squeeze them with a towel, and press them with the tip of a hot iron, to make them as wide as possible. “They gotta be fat,” he insists. Continue reading.........
The Google Pixel 3 is on sale for $160 at Woot - The Verge...
8 hours ago
The Google Pixel 3 is on sale for $160 at Woot The VergeFlagship Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro leak with radical new design PhoneArenaGoogle I/O 2021: Android 12, Pixel Buds and what else to expect CNETNew Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro leaks have us skeptical but excited Android AuthorityGoogle to Dramatically Change its Camera Design with Pixel 6: Report PetaPixelView Full Coverage on Google News......
Pinterest to test livestreamed events this month with 21 creators...
9 hours ago
Pinterest is expanding into live events. The company is planning to host a three-day virtual event that will feature livestreamed sessions from top creators, including big names like Jonathan Van Ness and Rebecca Minkoff, among others. The virtual event will run inside the Pinterest app from May 24th through May 25th, and will serve as […]......
Behind the wheel with the lowriders of Los Angeles – photo essay...
10 hours ago
The customized cars have been symbols of cultural resistance for 70 years. Kristin Bedford tells their story in picturesSince the first lowriders rolled out of Los Angeles more than 70 years ago, the ground-hugging, customized cars have served as mobile canvasses for vibrant self-expression, Mexican American pride, and cultural resistance.The essence of that movement is captured by the photographer Kristin Bedford in her new book, Cruise Night, a collection of 75 color photos and interviews which she hopes will transport readers to the passenger seats of lowriders, allowing them to sense the nostalgia for a bygone era and glimpse the ways in which the cars remain woven into the fabric of everyday life. Continue reading.........
vivo to unveil its first noise-canceling TWS earphones on May 20...
11 hours ago
vivo published a teaser video for its first noise-canceling TWS buds called vivo TWS 2. The video is mostly about the design of the buds and confirms the announcement date - May 20. The TWS 2 will adopt an in-ear design, quite similar to the AirPods Pro but with shorter stems. There's also a dedicated button for the active noise cancellation and the case looks a bit bigger than before suggesting longer overall battery life too. As we already mentioned, the pair will be announced on May 20 but the actual sales will begin on June 1. Source (in Chinese)......
Survey Finds 60% of iOS Device Owners Will Buy AirTag, Blue Is Most Popular iMac Color, and More...
15 hours ago
The Blue 24-inch iMac is the most popular color, a significant number of AirTag users intend to track pets and people, and most users want to stick with the Lightning port, according to the findings of an extensive survey by SellCell. SellCell's Apple 2021 New Products Survey offers insights into consumer behaviors and thoughts about Apple's latest devices, including AirTags, the 24-inch iMac, and the iPad Pro, as well as what customers want from future Apple devices. SellCell surveyed over 3,000 iPhone and iPad owners, aged 18 years or older, based in the United States to gather its data. Only 14 percent of respondents intended to buy the 24-inch iMac with the M1 chip. Among 24-inch iMac buyers, Blue is the most popular color option, with 33.4 percent, Silver the second most popular with 30.1 percent, and then Green with 13.4 percent. The least popular color options are Yellow with 6.8 percent, Pink with 4.1 percent, and Orange with 3.3 percent. This suggests that the majority of iMac customers are not interested in most of the new color options. 61 percent of iPhone and iPad users intend to buy an AirTag. 54 percent feel that the AirTag is a good deal, while 32 percent feel it is reasonably priced. Just 14 percent feel that it is overpriced. Among AirTag buyers, 57 percent are opting for the $99 four-pack option, with the other 43 percent buying them individually for $29, showing a fairly even split. 42.4 percent of AirTag buyers intend to track their keys, 34.8 percent intend to track pets despite Apple disavowing this, 30.6 percent want to track luggage, 25.8 percent intend to track bikes, and 23.3 percent want to track their purse or wallet. Other popular intended uses include tracking AirPods cases, children, vehicles, drones, partners, and TV remotes. 24.9 percent of respondents intend to buy the new iPad Pro with the M1 chip. In spite of the Liquid Retina XDR mini-LED display on the 12.9-inch model, 66 percent of respondents intend to buy the smaller 11-inch model, which has the same LED display as the previous generation model. Looking to the future, a massive 82 percent of respondents want to see Face ID authentication added to future iMacs and MacBooks. For Apple's upcoming iPhone 13 lineup, 21 percent want the return of Touch ID. 17 percent desire a 120Hz ProMotion display and 15 percent want a smaller notch or a notch-less design. 12 percent think that the return of a power adapter included in the box is the most important potential feature. Interestingly, only five percent of respondents want a smaller, more compact iPhone, just one percent want a foldable design, and there also seems to be little appetite to move to USB-C, with only 0.8 percent wanting the removal of the Lightning port.Related Roundups: iPad Pro, iMac, iPhone 13Tags: AirTags, SellCellBuyer's Guide: 11" iPad Pro (Buy Now), iMac (Buy Now), 12.9" iPad Pro (Buy Now)Related Forums: iPad, iMac, iPhone, AirTagsThis article, "Survey Finds 60% of iOS Device Owners Will Buy AirTag, Blue Is Most Popular iMac Color, and More" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums......
Basquiat and Other Artists of Color Lead a Swell of Auction Sales...
1 day ago
As live auctions resumed at Sotheby’s on Wednesday night, bidders there and at Christie’s the previous night welcomed a shift toward diversity in the contemporary art market.......
Jump into the programming world with this discounted Python bundle...
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