Microsoft's Alex Kipman shared in a new interview that the company has plans to make its HoloLens headset more affordable to consumers, though we're still years away from mass-market adoption.
Photo: Mabry Campbell/Moment/Getty Images After spending 2016 in Brooklyn, TechCrunch is returning to Manhattan for Disrupt NY 2017. For this year’s show, we’ll be taking over the beautiful Pier 36, a massive, state-of-the-art sports and entertainment facility right on the East River. Pier 36 hosts 700,000 visitors per year, and has been home to some major events like the 2015 Pandora holiday concert, the 2012… Read More
visa As the tech world continues its strong, opposed response to the executive order that has restricted entry to the U.S. from seven predominantly-Muslim countries, it appears the Trump administration is gearing up for chapter two. According to a report in Bloomberg today, the Trump administration has drafted another immigration executive order, this one aimed at overhauling work visas such… Read More
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Following rumors that Samsung was going to ditch the physical home button for the Galaxy S8 we got what might possibly be our first glimpse at the next flagship last week. If everything it revealed is true then the Galaxy S8′s fingerprint sensor will be placed alongside the rear camera. Having a fingerprint sensor on […]