Jordan Crook

Jordan Crook

Jordan Crook is a Senior Writer based out of Brooklyn, NY. She writes about internet culture, social networks, and consumer-facing technology. Jordan hosts many of TechCrunch's live events, including regional TC Pitch-Offs and the world-renowned TechCrunch Disrupt conference. She's also a co-host on the TechCrunch Radio show on Sirius XM each week.

She has written for publications such as Mobile Marketer and MobileBurn.

She is now a writer at TechCrunch.

You can email her at jordan@techcrunch.com.

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  • Vine ❤️ Music

    Vine ❤️ Music

    Vine, the six-second looping video app from Twitter, has today announced a significant feature update that brings more attention to the audio in users’ videos. Starting tomorrow (Friday), Vine users will have more control over their vines with the ability to add music to their content. While it was previously possible to add music to vines by using a separate device to play the music… Read More

  • Splash Integrates With Giphy Because Why Not?

    Splash Integrates With Giphy Because Why Not?

    Splash, the event page service that lets anyone create beautiful event landing pages, has announced an integration with Giphy, the betaworks-backed GIF search engine. This makes Splash the only event site platform with a direct Giphy integration. Through the partnership, Splash users will have full access to Giphy’s library of millions of GIFs direct from the Splash Dash, where event… Read More

  • The Next iPhone May Come With Animated Wallpapers

    The Next iPhone May Come With Animated Wallpapers

    It would appear that the next-gen iPhone may come with some added flare. Sources told 9to5mac that the UI for the iPhone 6S may come with animated wallpapers, not unlike the animated watch faces that shipped with the Apple Watch. Those sources said that animated wallpapers could include animated fish in a koi pond, as well as ‘colorful arrays of smoke.’ Given that most… Read More

  • Amazon Adds Music And Water Controls To Echo As Part Of Alexa Fund Roll-Out

    Amazon Adds Music And Water Controls To Echo As Part Of Alexa Fund Roll-Out

    Amazon has today announced that two new companies, Musaic and Rachio, are being added to the Amazon Echo platform with investments from the $100 million Alexa Fund. With the Amazon Echo, which is in many ways a first-of-its-kind device, Amazon is taking a different approach to building out the voice-powered home assistant’s feature set. Instead of trying to do it all, Amazon is… Read More

  • Coin Unveils The Next Generation Of Its All-In-One Credit Card

    Coin Unveils The Next Generation Of Its All-In-One Credit Card

    Coin, the device that wanted to replace all of your credit cards with a… card, is prepped and ready to dig into the future with Coin 2.0. Coin 2.0 uses NFC and is EMV-compatible so that users can not only tap to pay, the way you would with Apple Pay on an iPhone, but can integrate their chip-and-pin cards to the device. The original Coin, debuted in November 2013 on Kickstarter… Read More

  • Apple Loses ‘Swipe To Unlock’ Patent In German Court

    Apple Loses ‘Swipe To Unlock’ Patent In German Court

    Apple has lost a challenge in the German court system that sought to overturn an earlier ruling, which voided its patent for ‘swipe to unlock’ in Europe. The patent (EP1964022) was granted back in 2010 and was used to win an injunction against Motorola smartphones (back when Moto was owned by Google) in 2012. Motorola has since appealed the injunction, with a decision dependent… Read More

  • Gadgets Podcast | Minecraft Edition

    This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Testing. Testing. Is This Thing On?

    Not going to lie: I have no idea what this is. My attempted explanation is that we were told that we should do video podcasts, and instead of turning on a webcam like normal people, we decided to record ourselves within the world of Minecraft. Why did we choose to do it that way? I don’t know. Is it compelling in any way? Again, I don’t know. I do know, however, that we talk… Read More

  • The Sensel Morph Is A Keyboard On Steroids

    The Sensel Morph Is A Keyboard On Steroids

    In the world of technology, change happens with the blink of an eye. But one thing that has remained relatively constant throughout the years is the good old mouse and keyboard. The Sensel Morph, freshly unveiled on Kickstarter today, is looking to change that. The Sensel Morph is a touch-input device that is meant to change the way we interact with the digital world. It looks like a… Read More

  • Pitch Your Startup In The TC Radio Pitch-Off On Sirius XM

    Pitch Your Startup In The TC Radio Pitch-Off On Sirius XM

    If you enjoy reading TechCrunch, there’s a really good chance you’d enjoy the TechCrunch Radio show on Sirius XM. Yes, that’s a real thing. John Biggs and I discuss the latest in tech news for the first half hour and then we dive right into the TechCrunch Radio Pitch-Off. Five companies have exactly 60 seconds to pitch their products to a special guest judge, John Biggs… Read More

  • With $1M In Funding, VC Database CB Insights Launches A Data Tool For Salespeople

    With $1M In Funding, VC Database CB Insights Launches A Data Tool For Salespeople

    Many of you probably know CB Insights as the venture capital database that puts out reports about trends like the on-demand economy and compiles lists of unicorn startups. Today, the company is expanding far beyond the venture world with the launch of CB Insights For Sales, a product that puts its private and public company knowledge to work on the sales floor. CB Insights was launched… Read More

  • SmartThings Support Is Coming To Amazon Echo

    SmartThings Support Is Coming To Amazon Echo

    It would appear that Amazon has plans to team up with SmartThings to power various home automation features with the Amazon Echo, the voice-powered personal assistant device. According to a Google web cache of the SmartThings blog, the Amazon Echo will soon be able to power any SmartThings-compatible devices in the home through a simple shout-out to Alexa. That includes non-SmartThings items… Read More

  • Swarm Gets Back Into The Game With Leaderboards

    Swarm Gets Back Into The Game With Leaderboards

    In its quest to add a little fun through your (literal) journey through life, Swarm is launching version 3.0 of the app, bringing in a special new game that lets you compete with your friend network. In short, the Swarm leaderboard rewards users with coins for checking in at various places. Some check-ins might be worth only one coin, whereas others can be worth 10 or more, based on factors… Read More

  • Legendary Investor Yuri Milner Will Hit Up Disrupt SF In September

    Legendary Investor Yuri Milner Will Hit Up Disrupt SF In September

    A few short weeks ago, Yuri Milner announced to the world that he’d be investing $100 million to find extraterrestrial intelligent life. Today, TechCrunch has its own announcement: Yuri Milner will be joining us on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco in September. Milner is one of the biggest names in tech venture capital, founding DST Global after finding success as the CEO of… Read More

  • Giphy Cam Lets You Create And Share Homemade Gifs

    Giphy Cam Lets You Create And Share Homemade Gifs

    Giphy, the search engine for all things gif, has today released a new app called Giphy Cam that lets users create their own gifs to send or share on social media. “Giphy has always wanted to solve the problem of finding gifs online and making it easy to share them anywhere, which is clear from our work with messenger apps and communications platforms,” said Julie Logan, Queen… Read More

  • Donde Fashion Is Bringing Smarter Search To The World Of Online Apparel

    Donde Fashion Is Bringing Smarter Search To The World Of Online Apparel

    Shopping online for clothes can be a real pain, especially when you’re searching for something very specific. Sure, most retailers have filters for tops, pants, dresses, etc., but most don’t get any more granular than that. Donde Fashion, a platform that currently offers items from more than 6,000 brands, is looking to change all that. Through the Donde Fashion app, users can… Read More

  • Fly Or Die: OnePlus 2

    In December of last year, a new, mysterious phone entered the oligarchy of the smartphone world. It was called the OnePlus One, and it made a hell of a splash as one of the more capable indie phones of the year. More recently, the same company has followed up with a sequel, aptly naming it the OnePlus 2. In terms of specs, the phone has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, dual-SIM, and a… Read More

  • WellPath Integrates With 23andMe, Fitbit To Customize Your Daily Supplements

    WellPath Integrates With 23andMe, Fitbit To Customize Your Daily Supplements

    These days, you can get a subscription box for just about anything. And today, that includes customized nutritional supplements. WellPath, a company that puts together customized packages of monthly nutritional supplements tailored to your specific body, has today announced integrations with 23andMe and Fitbit to get even more granular with the way that suggest products. Originally, WellPath… Read More

  • Confide, The Self-Destructing Messenger, Goes Live On Desktop

    Confide, The Self-Destructing Messenger, Goes Live On Desktop

    Confide, the app that lets you send self-destructing messages, is now transitioning to the desktop. Confide launched 18 months ago as a mobile app on iOS and Android, offering users the chance to send messages to each other that are only readable a few words at a time. When the user tapped on certain words in the message, they would appear and disappear again as the user’s finger… Read More

  • The TC Meetup + Pitch-Off Is Tomorrow And You’re Coming And That’s Final!

    The TC Meetup + Pitch-Off Is Tomorrow And You’re Coming And That’s Final!

    We’re a day away, people. The TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-Off in NYC is going down in almost exactly 24 hours, and it simply wouldn’t be complete without you. Ten companies will have exactly sixty seconds to pitch their products to a panel of expert judges, including Foursquare product manager J Crowley and Greycroft partner Alan Patricof, among others. At the end of each pitch… Read More

  • Away, The Direct-To-Consumer Luggage Brand, Packs Up $2.5 Million

    Away, The Direct-To-Consumer Luggage Brand, Packs Up $2.5 Million

    Bringing down the cost of luxury goods through direct-to-consumer sales isn’t a new trend. We’ve seen companies like Warby Parker, Casper and more succeed in the space. But today, a new company is coming out of stealth to bring the D2C value proposition to the world of luggage. Away, founded by Jen Rubio and Stephanie Korey, is looking to bring a high-end portfolio of luggage… Read More

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