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We Are Never Ever Ever Getting Back Together (Spotify Remix)

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 23:19

 Spotify, I remember when we broke up the first time Saying, “This is it, I’ve had enough,” ’cause like We hadn’t seen each other in a two years When you said you needed to stream my music for free. (Sometimes.) Then you come around again and say Read More

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Tom Magliozzi, Co-Host Of NPR’s Car Talk, Dead At 77

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 23:12

 Before laptops, before cellphones, and before computers, hackers hacked machines. For most of the last century, the machine of choice was the car. Car repair, like chess, took a day to learn and a lifetime to master and the tricks we use today – 3D printing, tag-team programming, agile design – were born in the garages of the 1950s and 1960s. John Muir’s book, How to Keep… Read More

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iCracked Technicians Have Made $6M This Year

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 22:37

 You’d think that competing directly with Apple for its own customers would be a losing game, but iCracked’s iOS repair service continues to grow as Apple approaches 1 billion mobile devices sold — a threshold the company could pass this quarter. Read More

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Check Out This Amazing Transparent Car

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 22:23

 Spectrum has posted some amazing video of a “transparent” car created by Japanese researchers. The car uses projectors, cameras, and special mirrors to reflect what’s outside the car onto the surfaces inside. The resulting images allow you to see what’s going on all around the vehicle, even behind you and in blind spots. Created by Susumu Tachi and Masahiko Inami of… Read More

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HomeAway Sues San Francisco To Block So-Called ‘Airbnb Law’

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 22:08

 HomeAway is looking to block legislation designed to make short-term rentals legal in San Francisco. To do that, the company has filed a lawsuit seeking a declaratory judgment against the city, claiming that its new “Airbnb law” violates the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause. Read More

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VC Points Out That VCs Might Have A Burn Rate Problem Of Their Own

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 22:07

 Your startup loses too much money, but even worse, the people supplying you with cash might be running a bit light themselves. Following the endless commentary regarding burn rates, and startup ‘risk,’ Fortune’s Dan Primack pointed out that some venture capitalists are investing faster, and spending more on non-essentials than before. Maybe the venture capitalists have a… Read More

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Paracosm Raises $3.3M From Atlas, iRobot To Turn Our World Into A 3D Holodeck

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 21:57

 The rise of immersive headsets like the Oculus VR, innovations in gaming and mapping, and advances in robotics have put a spotlight on three-dimensional technology, whose algorithms and visualizations will be a key to whether all this new hardware and video-based software is realistic and useful enough to win over users. That’s having a knock-on effect how 3D startups are growing.… Read More

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Google Calendar App Gets Smarter And Prettier

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 21:19

 Google is rolling out a new, smarter Calendar app to go along with the two new Nexus devices out today. Both the Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9 run on Google’s new Lollipop 5.0 operating system. The new Calendar app works on Lollipop 5.0 and all Android 4.1 or newer devices. The old app was pretty much manual entry for events. You had to scroll times and dates, enter an event name, address for… Read More

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Parse Rolls Out A/B Testing For Push Notifications

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 21:01

 Facebook subsidiary Parse is rolling out Parse Push Experiments, a new feature aimed at marketers and developers whose apps use the Parse SDKs that lets them A/B test different messages and times for push notifications that go out to mobile devices. Read More

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Microsoft Now Lets Developers Run IE On Android, iOS And OS X

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 20:52

 You can now run the latest version of Internet Explorer on your Android, iOS, OS X or non-Windows 10 Windows machine. Microsoft has built and released something it calls RemoteIE, which allows developers to run the company’s browser preview builds without requiring them to be on the most current version of Windows. Read More

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A Maturing OpenStack Prepares To Take On New Challenges

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 20:26

 OpenStack, the fast-growing open source cloud computing platform that now has the backing of more than 200 companies, is holding its semiannual developer conference in Paris this week. With over 4,500 attendees, it’s the organization’s largest event so far. While this illustrates the interest in the platform, the project is also facing a set of new challenges with its growing… Read More

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Is Samsung Sliding Into Home Or Just Sliding?

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 20:15

 These days Samsung is a mobile behemoth — with a bit of an earnings problem. The company reported its lowest profit in three years, a drop of 60 percent to $3.9 billion. It’s a huge stumble but, as the astute among you will note, it’s still $3.9 billion dollars in profit. Read More

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Googlers Say Their New “Material Design” Guidelines Will Unify Apps Across Android Devices

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 20:14

 With the release of Lollipop, the latest version of Google’s Android operating system, we should also be getting the first big wave of Android apps using the company’s “material design” principles. Google first announced material design over the summer, and this TechCrunch post, published after the company released more details last month, has more specifics about… Read More

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Android 5.0 Lollipop Review: Tablet Edition

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 20:00

 Google’s new mobile operating system is now available to consumers, as new Nexus hardware (starting with the Nexus 9) begins to make its way into the hands of pre-order customers. Version 5.0 of Android continues the candy naming tradition with “Lollipop,” and despite the fact that ‘L’ is just next in the alphabet, something about the name seems to resonate with… Read More

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Nexus 9 Review: Google’s First Lollipop Tablet Gets The Recipe Mostly Right

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 20:00

 Google has a new Nexus tablet this year, and it’s made by HTC. The Taiwanese device maker has spent some time away from building tablets, so this return is significant not just because it’s a Nexus, one of Google’s stable of devices blessed with stock Android (and the first to ship with Android 5.0 Lollipop), but also because it’s the first slate in years from the maker… Read More

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Google’s New Nexus Player Talks A Big Game But Isn’t A Winner Yet

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 20:00

 I’m addicted to TV. Well, screens in general, but TV definitely takes a close third behind my laptop, which hangs out behind my iPhone. So, when it comes time to review a new media player, my hand goes up like a rocket. I’ve tried ‘em all, from Boxee to Apple TV to the Fire TV to my current set top box of choice, the Roku. Despite the fact that I currently only have one TV,… Read More

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Amazon’s Diversity Report Is Another White-Male-Dominated Tech Story

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 19:39

 Amazon is the latest tech company to drop diversity figures, quietly slipping them out on Friday, the day of choice for entities hoping to roll bad news into the rush of an impending weekend. So what was Amazon keen not to shout about? It’s another lack of diversity in tech story. Read More

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Fear And Laundry In London As Rocket Internet’s ZipJet Launches In The U.K. Capital City

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 19:24

 If there’s one thing likely to cause fear amongst European startup entrepreneurs, it’s when Rocket Internet — the Samwer brothers’ incredibly well-funded German startup factory — enters a burgeoning market. That’s just happened for the on-demand laundry space with the launch of Rocket Internet-incubated ZipJet, which now competes with a number of young… Read More

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Skype Opens Registration For Early Live Translator Preview

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 19:22

 Microsoft’s research department has been building some incredible things of late, and one of them comes from the Skype team and was demoed on stage at Re/code’s Code conference back in May: Skype Translator lets users talk via voice and video in real-time even if they don’t speak the same language, and now it’s ready for a limited public roll-out. Read More

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With McD’s Using Apple Pay, PayPal Scoops Up Burger King For Fast Mobile Sales

Techcrunch - lun, 03.11.2014 - 19:00

 A short code for a Whopper, or a tap for a Big Mac? On the heels of McDonalds working with Apple to let iPhone users buy Big Macs and more using Apple Pay, PayPal — Apple’s burgeoning rival in payments — has inked a deal with McD’s long-time fast-food competitor, Burger King, to power a mobile payment service at its chain of restaurants, by way of a new Burger… Read More

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