Most at-home lab testing devices like Scanadu and Cor are still waiting for FDA approval, but simple lab testing can still be done in the confines of your own home and then shipped to a lab and that’s led to a handful of new startups offering services like STD or food allergy tests. Everlywell, an Austin-based at-home lab testing startup (and a Disrupt Battlefield company), aims to make… Read More
The New York Times asked readers on Facebook which candidate they were supporting in the final round of the presidential election, and how their positions changed after the first.
 We live in dark and darkly hilarious times. Our world has grown so bewildering and complicated, in no small part because of the finger jammed on technology’s fast-forward button, that many people have given up trying to make sense of it — or to make sense at all. That’s honestly my only explanation for some of the craziness out in the tech world these days.I once saw Cory… Read More
Turnout will be important: The latest polls say about a quarter of France’s voters may abstain because they do not support either candidate.
 For Amazon, hardware has always been a means to an end. From the Kindle e-reader to the Fire tablets to its TV offerings, the company has always treated the space as something of a loss leader – even with its most popular offerings. Amazon has found success in pricing devices much closer to cost than the competition – something a company can only really get away with if it plans… Read More
The release of the girls, if confirmed, is by far the biggest breakthrough in the mass abduction of nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls.
 Nike’s Breaking2 initiative didn’t quite reach its goal of breaking the two-hour marathon mark, but that hasn’t stopped the company from crowing about the results.Nike has been working with three runners, Eliud Kipchoge, Lelisa Desisa and Zersenay Tadese, to break the two-hour threshold. It wasn’t just giving them shoes — a variation of the Zoom Vaporfly… Read More
In a deeply divided country, some ask whether either Emmanuel Macron or Marine Le Pen will have enough authority to actually govern.