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Once a upon a time, Microsoft saw fit to put together a YouTube app for Windows Phone 8 and it was actually pretty great -- it let users download videos straight from the app and there was nary an ad to be found. To absolutely no one's...Show More Summary
The WSJ has reported that Google is participating in discussions with emerging markets such as Southeast Asia and Africa about setting up wireless network infrastructure in cities and towns. A source told the WSJ that: "The wirelessShow More Summary
The folks over on Android Police must have spent some of their time rewatching I/O videos. While they were doing that, they spotted a potential leak during the "Structure in Android App Design" session. In it, it seems, Google quietly leaked screenshots of what looks to be a revamped interface for the Gmail app.
Thank the old gods and the new that it's Friday, AMIRITE? You know what that means right? Friday is Gadgets Podcast day, and boy do we have a show for you! In this episode, John Biggs, Matt Burns and Darrell Etherington discuss Microsoft's...Show More Summary
The Chromebook Pixel is the Chromebook I'd pick as my personal Chromebook – if money was no option, and if I felt I really needed a Chromebook. It's an impressive beast, like a Bird of Paradise, but in the end a trained falcon wouldShow More Summary
Erply, the startup that makes iPad-oriented and cloud-based point of sale and inventory management software for retailers, has raised $2.15 million in new funding, co-founder CEO Kristian Hiiemaa tells TechCrunch. The round, which is...Show More Summary
Continuing to grow its suite of services aimed at mobile app developers, Amazon today announced App Engagement Reports, free app usage reports which are now a part of the company's Mobile App Distribution Portal. The reports are designed for Amazon Appstore developers in need of information about app performance and revenue.
TechCrunch Disrupt SF is back! We're very excited to announce tickets are on sale and stealth companies can now apply for Startup Battlefield. This September 7-11, we're bringing Disrupt back to San Francisco to welcome an all new slate of outstanding startups, influential speakers, guests and more to the stage. Show More Summary
Tumblr just can’t catch a break. Yeah, yeah, they’re getting a billion dollars from Yahoo— but it’s been a torrent of criticism ever since. Angry users! Porn! Poooooorn! Know what probably won’t help? Botching the key detail of an important email sent to many of your most tech-savvy users. Show More Summary
A block from the Mariposa on-ramp and in the eye-line of 90,000 cars whizzing by on 280 sits an old warehouse that was home to the San Francisco Bay Guardian, a local alt weekly, and Digg. Most of the building is gutted and inside they are working on the "greatest enabler of hardware on the planet," according PCH International head Liam Casey. Show More Summary
The ROI of social media is something of a black box for many e-commerce companies, but New York-based startup Olapic is beginning to change that. The company, which allows brands to collect user-generated photos from services like Facebook,...Show More Summary
Russian startup Unface.me has created a new social network inspired by the Gossip Girl TV series which lets users create an alter ego to -- let's face it -- troll their friends, or even post even worst types of gossip entirely anonymously. Show More Summary
Paul Adams, who was previously Facebook's global head of brand design, has joined a startup called Intercom, where he will be serving as head of product design. Adams told me earlier that he wasn't looking to leave Facebook, but he had also been advising Intercom and became excited about the opportunity. Show More Summary
Automattic, the company behind publishing platform WordPress, has sold $50 million in a secondary offering led by investment management firm Tiger Global. The sale will allow some early investors and employees to get cash in exchange for their shares, while adding another stakeholder in the company.
Two VMware executives have left to join Redpoint Ventures to help the firm extend its reach into the enterprise and mobile markets. Their leaving marks a string of recent VMware departures, following the Pivotal spinout of several of the two companies’ product groups. Show More Summary
There are a number of password management solutions on the market today, but CommonKey, a new browser extension out this week, has a different take. Instead of focusing only on the needs of the individual user or offering a complex solution...Show More Summary
We're less than a week out from our Austin TC Meetup + Pitch-Off, and I can already smell the barbeque in the air. Austin, are you ready to rumble? The Austin Meetup + Pitch-Off is going down on Thursday, May 30, at The Stage On Sixth. The event begins promptly at 6pm and runs until 10pm. Tickets are $5 each, and include booze.
A new report from 9to5Mac and its usually well-connected sources today adds a little more color to what we'll be seeing from the big iOS 7 redesign rumored to be making an appearance at WWDC this year in June – and what we'll apparently be seeing is a lot less color. Show More Summary
Google is the latest suitor to be reportedly circling around social sat-nav smartphone app Waze. Bloomberg reports 'people familiar with the matter' who say Mountain View is considering an acquisition, and that Waze is "fielding expressions of interest from multiple parties and is seeking more than $1 billion". Show More Summary
It appears Yahoo-owned Flickr has suffered the first significant outage after its major revamp. People online are reporting the site going down, with some tweets marked as early as 5:30PM PDT, says TNW. That was about six hours ago, at time of writing. Show More Summary