Most of the TechCrunch team has converged in New York City in advance of our annual Disrupt NY conference. So in this episode of CrunchWeek, we’re out of the TCTV studio and in a room at the historic New Yorker hotel, adjacent to where the Disrupt NY Hackathon is set to begin in less than 24 hours. If you pay close attention, you might just sense the spirit of former New Yorker resident Nikola Tesla dropping in on our conversation (or not. But hey, we can dream.)
Josh Constine, Anthony Ha, and I discussed Foursquare’s plan to split its service into two different standalone apps, the inside scoop on Facebook’s f8 developer conference, and Twitter’s quarterly earnings report causing its stock price to sink to a new low.