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TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 26, 2017

This looks like a scooter, but it’s actually the BMW Motorrad Concept Link, the latest in BMW’s series of Motorrad concept vehicles, which imagine a not-so distant future in which we all travel around in angular, sci-fi style. The Link offers an electric drive, which makes possible the lower seat that BMW says facilitates easily getting on and off the vehicle. It has a reverse gear, which is not typical of many motorcycles, letting you negotiate city spaces more easily. There’s onboard storage under the seat bench, and it has cutaways that let you see the technology powering it within.

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 26, 2017

Sphero launched its latest Disney-tie in toy, the Ultimate Lightening McQueen

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 26, 2017

Fresh from announcing the Mi 6, its latest flagship smartphone, last month, Xiaomi went and unveiled another new phone. The Mi Max 2, announced today at an event in Beijing, will be available in China from June 1 priced upwards from RMB 1699, that’s around $247. The main selling point of the second version is a gigantic 5300mAh battery which the company claims will last for two days per charge. It claims that the device can charge to 68 percent in an hour and that its full capacity will give a user up to 18 hours of watching video, or 57 hours of call time.

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 24, 2017

MIT researchers have invented a new type of workout material that can breathe using biological cells. The project, called bioLogic, is essentially a “breathable workout suit” covered in small flaps. The flaps are “lined with live microbial cells that shrink and expand in response to changes in humidity” allowing the entire outfit to act as a reactive sensor to let athletes cool off as needed.

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 24, 2017

Check out DJI's new Spark drone announced today

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 23, 2017

Huawei’s MateBook X drops the touchscreen and convertibility. It looks like the MacBook, it sounds like the MacBook and if laptops quacked, it would most likely do that a lot like the MacBook, too. The only surprise, really, is that it took this long. It’s thin and light with a fanless design and has a 2K display. The real standout feature, however, is the Huawei’s work with Dolby. The audio company’s input on devices is usually limited to tweaking settings. This time out, however, Dolby was apparently involved directly in the creation of the on-board speaker hardware.

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 20, 2017

Thanks to all the hackers for coming out to NYC for our Hackathon! ing ers #💻 #⌨️

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 18, 2017

Congrats to the winners of Disrupt New York 2017 Startup Battlefield: RecordGram! RecordGram aims to be a mobile recording studio where aspiring artists can find beats, create songs and get signed. It was co-founded by Grammy-winning music producer Winston “DJ Blackout” Thomas; Erik Mendelson, a veteran of radio and digital music; and hip-hop’s Shawn Mims, who is best known for his song “This is Why I’m Hot.”

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 17, 2017

Pharrell and Incubus ( ) close out day three of Disrupt with a performance showing off the new music tech startup .

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 17, 2017

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TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 16, 2017

We've got a ton of awesome startups displaying in Startup Alley! Be sure to check them out if you're at the event. We will also be posting video coverage of the Alley on

TechCrunch @techcrunch Instagram Photo / Video — May 16, 2017

There were some fresh kicks at Disrupt day 2. Editor in chief and sneaker enthusiast Matthew Panzarino chatted with Ryan Babenzein of , Josh Luber of and John McPheters of about how their companies are shaking up the shoe market.