Boeing’s fixes to 737 MAX software delayed by government shutdown, report claims

From Ars Technica Enlarge / A Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashed in October 2018; a software fix based on the investigation was delayed by the US government shutdown. It’s possible... Read more »

CXA, a health-focused digital insurance startup, raises $25M – TechCrunch

From Techcrunch CXA Group, a Singapore-based startup that helps make insurance more accessible and affordable, has raised $25 million for expansion in Asia and later into Europe and North America. The startup... Read more »

Galaxy Fold vs. Mate X: Battle of the foldable phones

From CNET Huawei is taking on its nemesis full throttle. Its Mate X foldable phone, which CNET got to fold and unfold, brings very real competition to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, which the company... Read more »

Suburban zombies are back and ravenous as ever in Santa Clarita Diet S3 trailer

From Ars Technica The family that preys together, stays together. Drew Barrymore and Tim Olyphant star as Sheila and Joel Hammond, real estate agents with a squicky secret, in The Santa Clarita... Read more »

NVIDIA is buying Mellanox for $6.9B – TechCrunch

From Techcrunch The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you... Read more »

If The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air came out in 2019

From CNET Sun Squared Media Hello, I am here to upset you and make you feel insanely old. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air will be 30 years old in 2020. Let that... Read more »

Nintendo Switch: Mario games go on sale for MAR10 Day

From Ars Technica Enlarge / The many faces of Mario. Today is March 10, and for fans of video games and calendar-based puns, that means it’s time to celebrate gaming’s favorite plumber,... Read more »

It’s time to disrupt nuclear weapons – TechCrunch

From Techcrunch Beatrice Fihn Contributor “Atomic bombs are primarily a means for the ruthless annihilation of cities.” Those are the words of Leo Szilard, one of the scientists who pushed for the... Read more »

Us review: Jordan Peele’s new horror flick doesn’t quite mirror Get Out

From CNET It shouldn’t come as a shocker that a horror film titled Us suggests maybe, just maybe, we are the villains. At a Q&A Friday following Us’ world premiere at SXSW 2019,... Read more »

Citrix says its network was breached by international criminals

From Ars Technica Enlarge / The query window for username and password on a Web page can be seen on the monitor of a laptop. Jens Büttner/Getty Images Virtualization and software provider... Read more »