• Facebook Fuels Ad Tracking By Nagging App Users To Instantly Log In On Safari

    Facebook Fuels Ad Tracking By Nagging App Users To Instantly Log In On Safari

    35 million people run into a Facebook email and password login roadblock on iOS each day, and over half of them bounce. That’s why Facebook confirms to me that it’s testing a new tool that lets users log in to Facebook on Safari with one tap, rather than having to type in their credentials — which most don’t. It could ease frustrations for users while boosting… Read More

  • Find A Photo, Get A Waffle

    Find A Photo, Get A Waffle

    About a week ago, the Google Photos team shared this mystical and magical video about a waffle wafel. What could it mean? What is this all about? Why a waffle??!?!?! Read More

  • DogSync Is An App To Help Your Family Keep Track Of Feeding Fido

    DogSync Is An App To Help Your Family Keep Track Of Feeding Fido

    Designed for pet-loving households, DogSync (a recent winner of our patent-pending TC Radio pitch-off) is a task manager that helps families communicate and sync tasks like feeding, walking or letting out Fido. So how do you sync real-life events like walking your dog? Read More

  • Requiem For The App Revolution Crunch Network

    Requiem For The App Revolution

    The app revolution is dead. In fact, it died years ago. It had been a good run, but a revolution is no longer a revolution when the model is the status quo. With new apps created every day, the revolution has definitely been televised, commoditized and capitalized. But while the app revolution is dead, a new movement is rising to take its place — the experience evolution. Read More

  • Ruby, A New App To Track Female Sexual Health

    Ruby is a newly launched iOS app from Glow, makers of apps on women’s fertility. Ruby is similar to the other Glow family of products, but is tailored toward women’s general sexual health as opposed to just reproduction. We downloaded the app and tested some of its tracking features.

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    Caller ID App Truecaller Eyes US Market | Crunch Report

    Samsung's profits are in decline for the seventh quarter straight, fitness tracker Human shares data anonymously all over the globe, Groupon starts its own delivery and takeout service, Top Gear crew signs deal with Amazon Prime.

    Caller ID App Truecaller Eyes US Market | Crunch Report
  • Mozilla CEO Sends Angry Open Letter To Microsoft Over Changing Windows 10 Browser Defaults

    Mozilla CEO Sends Angry Open Letter To Microsoft Over Changing Windows 10 Browser Defaults

    With Edge in Windows 10, Microsoft has finally delivered a capable browser to replace the aging Internet Explorer. Microsoft likes Windows 10 so much, it makes Edge the default browser in Windows 10, even when you’re updating from a system that previously used Chrome or Firefox as the default. Read More

  • GAO To Congress: Revisit Privacy Concerns Over Facial Recognition Technology

    GAO To Congress: Revisit Privacy Concerns Over Facial Recognition Technology

    Today, Senator Al Franken announced a new report by the GAO on the use of facial recognition technology. Franken has been on the side of looking into the privacy implications on that type of tech and says today that the report shows that there needs to be a set of federal standards in place before widely adopted. Read More

  • Wasting Time With The Joneses Crunch Network

    Wasting Time With The Joneses

    Starting a company is like attempting to bend the world to your will. There are obstacles at every turn, and it’s never easy. Fundraising is one of those huge obstructions. Not only is the process of finding the true believers akin to finding the proverbial needle in the haystack, it’s also incredibly distracting. Read More

  • MobileIron Drops 6% After Beating On Revenue And Profit In Q2

    MobileIron Drops 6% After Beating On Revenue And Profit In Q2

    After reporting an earnings beat earlier today, shares of mobile device management firm MobileIron fell roughly 6 percent during regular trading. The firm reported $34.8 million in revenue, resulting in an adjusted loss of $0.25 per share. Investors had expected $33.68 million in revenue, and adjusted profit of negative $0.27 per share. The firm beat on both revenue and profit. Read More

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