• Cozy Makes Its Rental Management Service Free

    Cozy Makes Its Rental Management Service Free

    Cozy, a Google Ventures-backed service that make the rental process easier for landlords and tenants, has made its current feature set available to all clients for free. In a blog post, Cozy CEO Gino Zahnd says that making these features free will bring in a wider audience for products set for launch in Q4 2014. Read More

  • Apple’s iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Cases Offer Comfort And Light Protection With Few Concessions

    Apple’s iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Cases Offer Comfort And Light Protection With Few Concessions

    Apple launched both its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus today, and along with the new smartphones it also debuted new cases for each. The follow the simple precedent Apple set out when it created the iPhone 5s leather cases: simple, solid color designs that are thin and have no moving parts, yet offer a degree of additional protection to the fit and finish of your devices. The new cases for… Read More

  • SwiftKey’s Predictive Keyboard App Is A Free Download On iOS

    SwiftKey’s Predictive Keyboard App Is A Free Download On iOS

    Rejoice, long-time iOS users, for you can finally throw off the shackles of the native Apple keyboard — cursing its erratic autocorrect habits for (hopefully) the last time — as you download a third party keyboard adventure of your choice, including Android veteran SwiftKey, which is releasing its first system-wide keyboard software app on iOS as a free download. Read More

  • iPhone 6 Plus Review: The First Truly Well-Designed Big Smartphone
  • iOS 8 Review: Refinements And Relaxed Limitations Add Up For A Better Experience
  • iPhone 6 Review: Meet The New Best Smartphone
  • The FCC Received 3.7 Million Net Neutrality Comments

    The FCC Received 3.7 Million Net Neutrality Comments

    And lo, the final tally: As of Monday night, the FCC had received a total of “approximately” 3.7 million comments on its notice of proposed rulemaking concerning net neutrality and the open Internet. That’s quite a haul. Read More

  • Codenamed “Moments”, Facebook Has Built An App For Super-Private Sharing

    Codenamed “Moments”, Facebook Has Built An App For Super-Private Sharing

    Facebook has failed repeatedly to get us to use complicated lists and privacy settings to share intimate moments with just our closest friends and family. It’s clumsy and confusing doing that with the same composer for blasting News Feed updates to everyone. But now Facebook is polishing off a new app codenamed “Moments” designed to make this micro-sharing much simpler… Read More

  • NASA Partners With Boeing And SpaceX To Send Astronauts Up In Space Taxis

    NASA Partners With Boeing And SpaceX To Send Astronauts Up In Space Taxis

    NASA has announced a deal with SpaceX and Boeing to build space taxis to shuttle astronauts to the International Space Station. This deal will end NASA’s reliance on expensive Russian crew transport by 2017. The cost was a whopping $71 million per seat. However, the rising tensions in Ukraine may have also been a factor in the push for U.S. contracts. Read More

  • Meet The Companies Of Startup Alley

    During last week’s Disrupt SF, hundreds of companies pitched their ideas, betas, wares, and software to those in attendance. TechCrunch staff ran around Startup Alley, armed only with a camera and mic to see what the buzz was all about. Highlights include #Paid, MonkeyLearn, TechCrunch’s Jon Shieber and Mike Butcher, several pavilions of startups from different parts of the world… Read More