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Meural’s upgraded Canvas is a surprisingly awesome showcase for art
Meural’s second-generation Canvas digital art display is now available, and I’ve been testing one out for the past couple of weeks to see how it stacks up. This is my first experience with any kind of digital canvas product, and I have to admit I had very low expectations... Read more
4 TechCrunch writers bought the iPhone X. Here are our thoughts
Happy iPhone X day! A few of us over here at TechCrunch received our new toys today and wanted to share some initial thoughts with y’all. Leggo. First up, Megan Rose Dickey, the lunatic who at one point told co-workers she felt like she was on drugs during her... Read more
The best stereo speakers in 2017
As technology continues to progress, we audiophiles haven’t changed a bit: At the end of the day, we want our sound clear, full, and true to the original source. Finding a set of speakers that checks our laundry list of requirements, however, is much easier said than done.  To... Read more
Miracle Merchant (for Android)
The mobile game space is overcrowded on all sides with over-the-top high-performance titles better played on consoles and dreary rehashes of the Candy Crush craze. Miracle Merchant is different, offering a smart and strategic solo card game with a unique and colorful style that’s both charming and better looking... Read more
Hands-on Preview: HTC U11 Plus
It looks like HTC is having a clear-out before much of it joins the Google family. In its spring cleaning, the Taiwanese company has found not one but two handsets but hasn’t turned up sensible naming conventions. So alongside the bizarrely named HTC U11 Life, along comes the HTC... Read more
9 reasons why PC gaming is a better value than consoles
This may come as some surprise to you, but we here at PCWorld are pretty big fans of PC gaming. Shocking, I know. And so please, all ye console believers, factor in whatever amount of bias you’d like to the following statement: Mentioned in this article PC gaming is... Read more
Singapore to cap number of cars allowed on roads from 2018
Cars congesting roads is a problem in just about every major urban center around the world, but some areas are worst in this regard than others. Singapore is one of those, and it’s going to do something about it – the government there has announced that it will cut... Read more
Developer community Stack Overflow lays off reportedly 20% of staff as it refocusses business
Some changes are underway at Stack Overflow, the online community where some 50 million developers and others converge to talk programming and many other things. TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that the startup has conducted a substantial number of layoffs across the company as it looks to steer the... Read more
Super Mario Odyssey is the US’s fastest-selling Mario of all time
Nintendo’s having a good year, and it looks like the latest Mario is set to make it even better. Super Mario Odyssey is the fastest-selling Mario ever, in the U.S. at least, breezing past a million sales in under five days here and selling more than 2 million worldwide... Read more
YouTube Kids update gives kids their own profiles, expands controls
YouTube Kids, the kid-friendly, more filtered version of YouTube first introduced in 2015, is getting a notable upgrade. The updated app is adding several new features designed to reflect the app’s now aging user base, including profiles that are customized based on the kid’s date of birth, as well... Read more