• Reddit Complied With 58% Of User Info Requests, 31% Of Takedown Notices In 2014

    Reddit Complied With 58% Of User Info Requests, 31% Of Takedown Notices In 2014

    Reddit just released its first transparency report, outlining at the requests for user information and for content takedown that it received in 2014. Not surprisingly, the report doesn’t go into detail about individual requests, but it does break things down by category. It also notes how many of those requests the news and content sharing site actually complied with and offers some… Read More

  • Now You Can Order Postmates From Your Browser

    Today, instant-delivery startup Postmates brought its app from mobile to the web. The move helps those on Windows Phone, BlackBerry, iOS and Android who are too lazy to pick up their phones to order. (Several TechCrunchers in the office have done this multiple times. I may or may not be one of them.) Read More

  • FullContact Raises $7 Million, Rolls Out A New Universal Contacts App For iOS

    FullContact Raises $7 Million, Rolls Out A New Universal Contacts App For iOS

    FullContact, a company offering a range of solutions for contact management for both consumers and developers alike, has raised an additional $7 million in Series B funding, it announced this morning alongside the launch of a new universal contacts app for iOS. The round was led by prior investor Foundry Group, and included participation from another earlier investor 500 Startups as well… Read More

  • Google Offering 24 Hours Of Inbox Invites On The Day Of Outlook’s iOS Launch

    Google Offering 24 Hours Of Inbox Invites On The Day Of Outlook’s iOS Launch

    Google is serving up its longest ever period of guaranteed invites for Inbox, its alternative mobile email app built by the Gmail team. The official Gmail account tweeted the announcement today (which was then retweeted by the official Inbox profile), noting that anyone who emails inbox@google.com from a personal Gmail account between 12 PM ET today and 12 PM ET tomorrow will receive an… Read More

  • Cargomatic Gets $8 Million To Build An Uber For Truckers

    Cargomatic Gets $8 Million To Build An Uber For Truckers

    Cargomatic hopes to bring some technology to the local trucking industry by providing a platform enabling shippers to list available jobs that local truckers with excess capacity can complete. By making the connection, the company hopes to not only help truckers make more money, but also to route shipping more efficiently. Read More

  • iTunes Connect Issue Logging Developers Into Other Accounts [Now Offline]

    iTunes Connect Issue Logging Developers Into Other Accounts [Now Offline]

    An issue with Apple’s iTunes Connect service, which lets developers upload new versions of their apps to the App Store and track sales and income, is causing some developers to log into the wrong accounts this morning. Read More

  • After An Approach From Facebook, Giphy Raises $17M At An $80M Valuation

    After An Approach From Facebook, Giphy Raises $17M At An $80M Valuation

    Giphy has just raised $17 million in Series B funding led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, with participation from General Catalyst and previous investors such as Lerer-Hippeau, betaworks, RRE Ventures, and CAA Ventures. Jeremy Liew, from Lightspeed, took the lead on the investment, according to a report from Business Insider. Giphy is a search engine for gifs, put simply. The company tags… Read More

  • Apple’s iPhone 6 Success Is Mostly Android’s Loss, Giving iPhone Plenty Of Room To Grow

    Apple’s iPhone 6 Success Is Mostly Android’s Loss, Giving iPhone Plenty Of Room To Grow

    Apple’s newest iPhone customers aren’t just old customers upgrading older devices – in fact, the vast majority are migrating from other platforms. Apple CEO Tim Cook told the Wall Street Journal in an interview that over 85 percent of consumers buying iPhones lately are coming from devices that aren’t iPhones, and that most of those are shifting over from Android. This… Read More

  • BMW i8: Reviewing The Car Of Tomorrow
  • CommunicateBetter.io Teaches Entrepreneurs How To Talk The Talk

    CommunicateBetter.io Teaches Entrepreneurs How To Talk The Talk

    The fine people behind some of the best SaaS startups around are putting together 52 weekly lessons to get better at communicating both inside your company, and with potential partners and customers. Every week, subscribers will receive an email with advice on how they can get better at communicating. The best part is that it’s free. So far, 15 companies are on board, and it looks like… Read More

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