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The First Trillion-Dollar Startup

Techcrunch - sam, 26.07.2014 - 16:00

 In 1957, eight entrepreneurs decided to do something that seemed crazy. They launched a new tech company called Fairchild Semiconductor in a small town south of San Francisco. The entrepreneurs had a difficult start, but Fairchild eventually became the first major computer chip company in the region. Read More

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How To Save Books

Techcrunch - sam, 26.07.2014 - 15:00

 It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was a time of triumph, it was a time of disaster, it was the publishing industry in 2014, just after mighty Amazon fired a new salvo in its war on traditional publishing by announcing its $10/month Kindle Unlimited book subscription service. At first glance this might seem useless and ridiculous: Read More

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Rocket Internet’s Easy Taxi Raises $40M Series D To Expand In Asia, Latin America

Techcrunch - sam, 26.07.2014 - 14:00

 Easy Taxi, Rocket Internet’s taxi calling app, announced today that it has raised a Series D round of $40 million, led by Phenomen Ventures with participation from Tengelmann Ventures, the investment arm of German retail giant Tengelmann Group. This brings Easy Taxi’s total raised so far to $77 million as Rocket Internet seeks to establish Easy Taxi’s presence in emerging… Read More

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Apple Secretly Acquired “Pandora For Books” Startup BookLamp To Battle Amazon

Techcrunch - sam, 26.07.2014 - 02:32

 TechCrunch has learned that Apple has made another acquisition, one that it is using to boost its e-books effort and “beat Amazon at its own game.” It has bought BookLamp, a startup based out of Boise, Idaho, that developed big data-style book analytics services. A second source says Apple bought BookLamp’s employees and technology for a price that was “higher than… Read More

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Automattic Experiments With Selfies App For Android

Techcrunch - sam, 26.07.2014 - 01:55

 A couple of days ago, an acquaintance on Twitter pointed out the website for Selfies, a new social app from Automattic, best known as the company behind WordPress. I found it odd that the app was out in the wild and hadn’t received any press coverage, but according to the site’s FAQ, that was the point: to see what would happen if they just put it out there. Read More

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This Site Lets You Check If A Hotel’s WiFi Sucks Before It’s Too Late

Techcrunch - sam, 26.07.2014 - 01:36

 There are lots of things that review sites should rank hotels on, but don’t. Is it known for bed bugs? Is the “heated pool” only heated during summer when the sun is out? How many ghosts live there? How fast is the WiFi? This site won’t help you with all of those, but it will help you with that last one. Read More

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Amazon’s Bet On Exclusive Games To Make Its Fire Gadgets More Enticing

Techcrunch - sam, 26.07.2014 - 00:45

 Amazon’s Fire Phone is out today, and while it’s got some interesting features that set it apart from your run-of-the-mill Android phone, it doesn’t seem like it will appeal to those who aren’t voracious online shoppers. Now Amazon is releasing games exclusive to its devices in order to draw in the lucrative gamer audience. Read More

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You Can Now Command The Tesla You Probably Don’t Have With The Smartwatch You Probably Don’t Have

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 23:44

 Do you have a Tesla? Do you also have an Android Wear smartwatch? Do you wish they worked better together? Don’t worry! Solving the #1 problem of Batmans everywhere, these guys have figured out how to let you control a Tesla Model S through a smartwatch. Read More

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CrunchWeek: Facebook’s Big Earnings Win, Life On The D-List, And Uber’s Summer Moves

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 23:00

 Let’s face it: We’re right smack in the middle of summer, at the time of year when tech news slows to a crawl. But that didn’t stop us from filming a wildly entertaining episode of CrunchWeek, because when the tech news gods give us lemons, we make lemonade. Read More

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Google Wants To Improve Its Translations Through Crowdsourcing

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 22:53

 Over the years, Google Translate has gotten significantly better at giving its users (relatively) legible translations for most commonly used languages. It’s still far off from being perfect, though, and today Google announced a new initiative that aims to get more input from its users to improve its translations. The Google Translate Community, which is now open for everybody, gives… Read More

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A Most Dangerous Machine

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 22:50

 Facebook’s News Feed has decided that I like gruesome murders. Actually, senseless deaths and gruesome murders. I’m not exactly sure when the problem started, but I imagine it was around the time of one of the now too-common stories of mass shootings like Sandy Hook. Or at least, that’s what I like to tell myself – that surely, I was following a nationwide news story… Read More

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Wearable Fashion Toy Linkitz Teaches Girls How To Program

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 22:29

 MIT PhD Lyssa Neel is using socializing and accessorizing to get get girls interested in programming. Neel’s invention, Linkitz, is a wearable electronic toy that allows kids to rearrange, take apart and snap together electronic blocks that blink and buzz to change their behavior. This teaches them programming in a fun way, says Neel. Both boys and girls can play with Linkitz, but… Read More

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Your Long Wait For TechCrunch-Branded Paper Cups Is Over

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 22:27

 A parent company isn’t all that different from a real parent. They feed you, and give you money. They give you advice (sometimes more strictly than others). And, yes, they embarrass you. Speaking of, today our proud parent company Aol, with vast experience in the retail, online retail, online business, has launched an online storefront for its brands, including TechCrunch. Welcome,… Read More

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Unlocking Your Cell Phone Is Still Illegal, But Probably Not For Long

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 22:14

 Unlocking a smart phone to run on a different carrier. It seems completely innocuous, right? Something you’d do with a bit of time on your weekend just to see if you could. Surprise! It’s illegal. And we’re not talking jay-walking-when-no-one-is-looking illegal, either —thanks to some crazy ass interpretations of the DMCA, it’s punishable by up to 5 years in… Read More

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This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Apple’s iWatch Patent, The MBA Sticker Ad, And The Defender

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 21:11

 As the summer presses onward, so do we. A massive Apple patent surfaced this week, giving us our most detailed look yet at the company’s focus for the much-rumored iWatch. And speaking of Apple, the company recently released an interesting commercial showing off MacBook Air notebooks covered in stickers. Plus, we discovered a fun Indiegogo campaign this week for the Defender, a… Read More

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Homejoy Expands Beyond Cleaning With Beta Test Of Home Services

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 21:04

 When Homejoy raised its $38 million round of funding last December, the company did so with a plan to move beyond just offering cleaning services to its customers. It’s starting to make good on that plan, with the launch of a beta test for other home services. In an email sent out to some Homejoy users (text below), the company invites customers to book and try out some of the new… Read More

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Google Docs Makes Collaborative Editing Easier For Word Users

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 20:58

 At its I/O developer conference earlier this month, Google announced a major update to its suite of productivity apps, including Docs, Sheets and Slides. The main feature there was the integration of QuickOffice, which now makes editing native Microsoft Office documents online easier. Today, Google recapped some of those updates in a blog post, but it also threw in a new Google Docs feature… Read More

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Bose Picks A Patent Fight With Beats Over Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 20:05

 Bose has sued soon-to-be-Apple-owned Beats over patents it holds related to noise-cancelling headphones, according to a new report from CNBC. The new suit means that Apple has a brand new patent battleground, should the Beats acquisition go through as planned, in addition to its ongoing litigation with Samsung and others. The full complaint is listed on Priorsmart, and lists Beat Electronics… Read More

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Greats Brand Sneakers Are Off To The Races Following $1.5M Funding Round

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 20:00

Greats Brand, aspiring to be the Warby Parker of mens’ footwear, has revealed that the company broke $100,000 in sales in June, with a projected $1.6 million run rate for the year. Following a $1.5 million financing round, the shoe brand will, for the first time, have three different models of their shoes available at once. Historically, the brand has sold only one or two versions of a… Read More

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How Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Stacks Up A Month Later

Techcrunch - ven, 25.07.2014 - 19:48

 Microsoft has a new Surface tablet/PC hybrid, and it’s a departure from their first- and second-generation versions of the Surface line, with an all-new design and a bigger, better display. The device is basically the perfect partner for Windows 8 and the Modern Windows UI, but your appreciation of this device (or lack thereof) will depend heavily on what you want to do with your computer. Read More

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