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Amazon Quietly Launches A Functional App Store Within Its Main Android Application

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 18:14

 Until recently, if you wanted to install an application from Amazon’s own Appstore onto your Android device, you would have to install the Amazon Appstore app separately. And this is a bit of a hassle, since you can’t exactly just download the app from Google Play. But last month, Amazon quietly rolled out a new feature within its main Amazon application on Android which now includes… Read More

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IBM Earnings Reflect Just How Difficult Transformation Really Is

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 17:58

 The news came out this week that IBM had another bad quarterly report card. Unfortunately for IBM it marked the 10th straight quarter of falling revenue, indicating that maybe something’s not quite right at Big Blue. IBM’s earnings illustrate the challenge they face as they transform themselves into a cloud-centric company. It could be that it will take some time for that… Read More

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Socar, Korea’s Answer To Zipcar, Raises $18 Million But Isn’t Looking Overseas Just Yet

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 17:50

 South Korea is know for advanced technology and hardware companies like Samsung, LG and others. But startups? Certainly the country has produced few fledgling tech companies, though there are increasing signs that things are changing: the latest being Socar — a startup comparable to Zipcar — raising a $18 million round of funding this month. Read More

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Japanese Hobbyists Build A Working Transformer

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 17:31

 Eee-urrk-urrk-urrk-urk! A pair of Japanese hobbyists have built a transforming robot that can walk or, when in sports car form, drive around autonomously. It’s called the J-deite Quarter and is four feet tall. The goal, apparently, is to make a full-sized transformer… just because they can. The team consists of Kenji Ishida and Wataru Yoshizaki of Brave Robotics and Asratec. The… Read More

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Nintendo’s Extended Amiibo Video Is Weird And Long But Good

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 17:18

 Nintendo has a new online ad for its Amiibo ‘toys-to-life’ mobile figures, and the spot depicts the lengthy journey of one young player looking to upgrade his collectible character in order to win over the favours of one of his older brother’s friends. The story arc and acting are weird and generally not good, but the video is mostly fun, and it gives you a decent look at… Read More

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How To Tell If You’re Burning Money Too Fast

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 17:00

 Questions about cash burn have blazed through Twitter like wildfire. Entrepreneurs are asking us: How do I know if I am burning money too fast? Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all answer for an entrepreneur on what level of burn is appropriate for their startup. However, every entrepreneur should consistently assess their runway and revise spending against their strategic goals. Read More

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Looksery Launches A Video Chatting App That Makes You Look More Attractive

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 16:30

 Want to look more attractive on video? Or just different? Earlier this year, a company called Looksery popped up on Kickstarter to raise crowdfunding for a new kind of mobile video chat application that allows users to look more attractive on video using special effects that can remove blemishes, let you change your eye color, slim your face, and more. The app, which is live as of today on… Read More

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Blloon App Encourages Ebook Reading By Letting Readers Earn Free Pages

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 16:08

 Berlin-based startup Blloon has launched an app that aims to get more young people reading ebooks by applying a freemium model to the medium — gifting a certain number of pages (1,000) when a user signs up, so they can get started reading straight away. Read More

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Deezer Buys Stitcher, Adds 35K Talk Radio Shows And Podcasts To Its Music Platform

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 15:59

 Deezer, the Paris-based music streaming service that competes against the likes of Spotify and Rdio, is switching up its game in the battle for more differentiation, more users and a higher profile in the U.S. It has acquired Stitcher, the San Francisco-based aggregator of podcasts and talk radio programming. Stitcher has amassed a catalog of 35,000 radio shows and podcasts, including eight… Read More

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College Messaging App DormChat Takes On Yik Yak With Backing From ff Venture Capital

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 15:53

 DormChat aims to give people a new way to message each other that’s location-based and anonymity-optional — and it’s starting with college students. The iOS app was released earlier this year and is already available on more than 200 college campuses, including founder Adam Michalski’s alma mater Penn State. Michalski said that following that initial rollout, DormChat… Read More

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Thanks: Anders Norén Develops Picture-perfect and Free WordPress Themes

Noupe - ven, 24.10.2014 - 15:00


  

Sometimes, while rambling the web, you stumble upon real gems. That’s what just happened to me. It was by pure coincidence that I found the website of Anders Norén. Anders Norén, among other things, develops WordPress themes. These are not only mostly completely free, but also picture-perfect. You can grab them from WordPress.org. If you are into the WordPress theme universe, you already know that the majority of free themes is plain disappointing. They are designed and even more so coded in a half-assed attempt to get some short-dated attention. Others may be good, yet batter you with a plethora of mostly superfluous functions – the jack of all trades approach. Neither of these is Anders Norén’s take. He cares for great contemporary design, outstanding typography and clean code. This is reason enough to introduce you to his works…

Catégories: Développement web

Amazon Rewards Visa Cards Now Compatible With Apple Pay

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 14:58

 Amazon said it would be making its Rewards Visa from Chase compatible with the new Apple Pay system earlier this week, and the integration is already out the door. Amazon had said it would support it sometime, though they didn’t specify an exact timeline, so seeing it roll out this quickly is likely a pleasant surprise for card owners. We’ve received direct reports of customers… Read More

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Yelp Buys Restaurant-Kritik To Expand Its Presence In Germany

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 14:40

 Yelp has boosted its presence in Europe after announcing the acquisition of Restaurant-Kritik, a restaurant review service in Germany. Restaurant-Kritik claims to have over 330,000 reviews of more than 94,000 restaurants across Germany. Read More

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Sprung From The Ashes Of Formspring, Spring.me Raises $5M To Create The “Friendliest Social Network”

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 14:00

 Spring.me, the new social network that was previously Formspring, has raised a total of $5 million in debt and equity seed funding from investors including Right Click Capital, Tank Stream Ventures, Nextec Strategic Capital, and Rubicon Project Founder Craig Roah. The company plans to use the funding to expand Spring.me in the U.S., where it just launched. Read More

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Bitcasa Ends Unlimited Storage

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 13:43

 Bitcasa, a cloud storage service that initially made waves with a low cost unlimited storage offer is scrapping this option entirely — claiming it’s not being used enough to justify the high costs of dealing with a small group of what it dubs Terms of Service abusers. Read More

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Inbox – A New Email App from Google

WebAppers - ven, 24.10.2014 - 09:03

Google has introduced a new email app, from the same team that builds Gmail, but intended as something completely different from Gmail. Inbox is an app that built on everything they learned from Gmail, Inbox is a fresh start that goes beyond email to help you get back to what matters.

Inbox automatically categorizes your incoming messages into “Bundles,” which are broken out into things like Travel, Purchases, and Social. You can also create your own Bundles from tags, or by grouping messages into Bundles. The app’s still in the invite stage, and Google says the first round of invites are already out in the world.

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Demo: http://www.google.com/inbox/
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Catégories: Développement web

Here’s A Sneak Peek At MotionSavvy’s UNI Sign Language Interpretation Device

Techcrunch - ven, 24.10.2014 - 01:58

 MotionSavvy, the San Francisco startup working on tech to help the deaf communicate, has launched an Indiegogo campaign to commercialize its first product, UNI. The UNI app works with Leap Motion technology to translate each hand sign from American sign language and translates it into audible words on a tablet. We first wrote about the tech behind MotionSavvy when it launched out of the… Read More

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Amazon Fire Phone Flops

Techcrunch - jeu, 23.10.2014 - 23:50

 Given that Amazon was tanking the price of the Fire Phone down to 99 cents two months after launch (leading to many a “Fire sale!” joke), this probably won’t come as much of a surprise: the Fire Phone isn’t a success. On the Amazon earnings call today, Amazon noted that the company was taking a $170 million dollar writedown “primarily related” to… Read More

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Amazon Tanks 10% After Reporting Larger Than Expected Third Quarter Loss

Techcrunch - jeu, 23.10.2014 - 23:16

 Amazon reported lower than expected revenue in its third quarter, and a larger than expected loss. Analysts expected the company to lose $0.74 on revenue of $20.84 billion. Instead, Amazon lost $0.95 per share on revenue of $20.58 billion. That per-share loss works out to a net loss for the firm of $437 million. Read More

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Australian Service Directory Site Oneflare Raises $876,000 For International Expansion

Techcrunch - jeu, 23.10.2014 - 23:00

 Oneflare, a local services marketplace based in Sydney, Australia, has raised an additional $1 million AUD (about $876,000), bringing its total funding so far to $1.5 million AUD (about $1.3 million). Investors include Les Szekely of Equity Venture Partners, Garry Visontay, of the Sydney Seed Fund and Dr. Jeffrey Tobias of The Strategy Group. The startup says it will use the capital on… Read More

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