Spacex'S Starship Prototype Flies To 32,000 Feet And Sticks The Landing In Third Flight Test

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Indian state government website exposed COVID-19 lab test results: Zack Whittaker


A website bug allowed anyone to view other patients' test results.

Gillmor Gang: Off The Record: Steve Gillmor


Of all the gin joints etc. etc. Clubhouse continues to confound those who don’t believe in the restorative powers of the Next Big Thing. It doesn’t make sense, they say, that an audio service based on live podcasts will change the course of human history, And…

Mary Meeker's Bond is closing on $2 billion for its second fund, per a new filing: Connie Loizos


Bond, the growth-stage firm that spun out of the Kleiner Perkins Digital Growth Fund in late 2018, is closing a second fund with $2 billion, suggests a new SEC filing that says the amount has not yet been raised, though investment firms sometimes file their p…

Revolut lets customers switch to Revolut Bank in 10 additional countries: Romain Dillet


Fintech startup Revolut has its own banking license in the European Union since late 2018. It lets the company offer some additional financial services without partnering with third-party companies. And the company is going to let customers switch to Revolut …

SpaceX's Starship prototype flies to 32,000 feet and sticks the landing in third flight test: Darrell Etherington


SpaceX has launched SN10 – the tenth iteration of its current prototype series of Starship, the heavy-lift reusable spacecraft it’s developing. Starship SN10 took off from Boca Chica, Texas, where SpaceX is developing the vehicle. It flew to a height of rough…

The Aston Martin DBX is a tale of two vehicles: Tamara Warren


The Aston Martin DBX is the brand’s first SUV — and the stakes for the iconic British luxury car maker couldn’t be higher. Like Astons before it, the DBX is objectively handsome. Its sculptural form stretches out to unapologetic ample proportions, and stands …

Daily Crunch: Google swears off ad-tracking: Anthony Ha


Google says it’s focusing on privacy-friendly approaches to ad targeting, Okta acquires Auth0 and a flying taxi startup raises $241 million. This is your Daily Crunch for March 3, 2021. The big story: Google swears off ad-tracking While Google had already ann…

As activist investors loom, what’s next for Box?: Ron Miller, Alex Wilhelm


Activist investors will only sit still for so long, and when they take action, it usually involves one of two approaches: Replace the leadership team or induce a sale.

Cashify raises $15 million for its second-hand smartphone business in India: Manish Singh


Tens of millions of people each year purchase a second-hand smartphone in India, the world’s second largest market. Phone makers and giant online sellers such as Amazon and Flipkart are aware of it, but it’s too much of a hassle for them to inspect, repair, a…

Bank of America is bringing VR instruction to its 4,000 banks: Lucas Matney


As consumer VR begins to have a moment following years of heavy investment from Facebook and other tech giants, corporate America is similarly beginning to find more utility in the technology, as well. Bank of America announced today that they’ll be working w…


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