• Eventbrite's Sunny New Space | TC Cribs

    TC Cribs: Eventbrite’s New Bright And Shiny HQ

    Welcome back to a new episode of Cribs! This time around, we headed over to Eventbrite, the company behind the very popular ticketing and live events platform. If an Eventbrite Cribs tour sounds familiar, it may be because we have done one before. But that was almost three years ago, way back in 2011, and a lot has changed since then! Eventbrite has moved from its old ground floor office… Read More

  •’s New Wearable Can Call And Text Without A Phone’s New Wearable Can Call And Text Without A Phone

    Black Eyed Peas frontman revealed his new wearable device and company to the world in a Dreamforce keynote today. He’s been talking about this device for a while now, referring to it as more of a fashion technology than a watch. And he’s right. The device, called the PULS, is much more than a watch. It’s definitely a wearable that has a watch in it, but it also has… Read More

  •’s Plan To Bring Fashion And Technology Together With The Creation Of’s Plan To Bring Fashion And Technology Together With The Creation Of

    Many know as a musician and frontman for the Black Eyed Peas, but he’s more than embedded himself in technology in the last several years. He’s invested in several startups, appeared at the FIRST robotics competition, Intel made him the Director of Creative Innovation, and he just revealed his new wearable technology company on the Dreamforce stage for the first… Read More

  • Moto Phones | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Motorola Moto X

    The Moto X (2nd gen) is a welcome addition in a world full of big phones. It’s relatively slim and compact and, just like its predecessor, comes with options for customization for the back panel. But going beyond that, the $500 phone comes unlocked and is spec’d to impress, with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Plus, it… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Back to Mono

    Gillmor Gang: Back to Mono

    The Gillmor Gang — Doc Searls, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor — go forward into the past with the Firesign Theatre’s David Ossman. The occasion: Doc Searls’ exploration of the state of radio on our cars’ digital dashboard. The Firesign Theatre transformed the world of comedy records and, along the way, predicted/invented a vision of the future we’re now… Read More

  • Withings Vision for a Smarthome

    This Is Withings’ Vision For The Future Of The Home

    Slowly but surely, Withings has been building up its product portfolio to provide a truly holistic approach to gadgets and digital services. Recently, the French company brought over its latest products, outfitted a snazzy New York city hotel room, and gave us a sweet little tour of what the perfectly connected Withings home looks like. Read More

  • Gillmor Gang LIVE 10.10.14

    Gillmor Gang LIVE 10.10.14

    Gillmor Gang – Doc Searls, Kevin Marks, David Ossman, and Steve Gillmor. LIVE recording session today at 1pm PT. Gillmor Gang on Facebook Live chat during the show on FriendFeed Our sister show G3 on Facebook Read More

  • Ubooly Cuddly Learning For Kids | One Lap

    Ubooly Cuddly Learning For Kids | One Lap

    Carly Gloge and her team at Ubooly are pioneering a new product category – interactive toys that leverage the capabilities of modern smartphones. I’ve always been intrigued by Ubooly, because their initial products convert commodity, widely available smartphones into fun and accessible toys for children. With well-written software and clever case design, Ubooly uses smartphone… Read More

  • Foursquare's Dennis Crowley | Foundation

    Foundation: Foursquare’s Product Future

    In our latest Foundation interview, I sat down with Dennis Crowley at Foursquare’s New York headquarters. Dennis was on our Foundation series in 2011, and we discussed some of the exciting changes that have taken place since then, including the debut of Swarm. We also explored the direction consumer reviews are taking, and Foursquare’s focus on refining personalized local… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Good Vibrations Too

    Gillmor Gang: Good Vibrations II

    The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Dan Farber, Keith Teare, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, October 3, 2014. @stevegillmor, @scobleizer, @dbfarber, @kevinmarks, @kteare Produced and directed by Tina Chase Gillmor @tinagillmor Read More

  • Windows 10, Reddit's New Round And Adam Sandler's Deal With Netflix

    CrunchWeek: Windows 10, Reddit Raises A Fat Round, And Netflix Backs Adam Sandler

    It’s that time of the week again: we’re back with a whole new episode of CrunchWeek, filmed right here at TechCrunch HQ in San Francisco. With our unique combination of awesome senses of humor and insight into the world of tech, we’re here to keep you entertained and informed. Read More

  • iPhone 6 Plus | Fly or Die

    Fly Or Die: Apple iPhone 6 Plus

    There is quite a bit of controversy surrounding the new iPhone 6 Plus. It’s the new golden child of Apple’s product line, bigger, thinner and more beautiful than ever. However, the size may just be detrimental to people who have smaller hands and can’t easily handle the large, slippery iPhone. And then there was all the #bendgate stuff. Read More

  • Narrative's Clip On Camera | One Lap

    Narrative’s Clip-On Camera | One Lap

    In this week’s episode of One Lap, Martin Källström of Narrative joined me at Thunderhill Raceway. I met Martin earlier this year while he was visiting San Francisco from Sweden. During our meeting he asked me for suggestions on how to spend a Saturday in the Bay Area. I immediately suggested that he join me at Thunderhill the next day. I neglected to mention that Thunderhill had… Read More

  • Ticketfly's Rocking Office Space

    TC Cribs: Ticketfly, Where Meetings Morph Into Impromptu Jam Sessions

    In this episode of Cribs, we headed over to Ticketfly, the startup that runs a ticketing platform for all kinds of live events. As you can see in the video embedded above, going to visit Ticketfly HQ is kind of an event in itself. The place is decorated with nods to all sorts of famous venues, from the Louvre to the erstwhile NYC club CBGB, and musical instruments are never more than an… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Five Card Stud

    Gillmor Gang: Five Card Stud

    The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Doc Searls, John Taschek, Kevin Marks, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. The Gang handicaps some new startups from Ray Ozzie and the Anybody But Facebook crowd. Talko may be an enterprise play in consumers’ clothing, but Ello gets plenty of press but on clear reason for investing in a Web app in the Age of Mobile. There’s some buyer remorse on… Read More

  • Ello, Apple's Problems And Startups

    CrunchWeek: Apple Bends, Your Startup Is Doomed, And Felicia’s Big Debut

    Hello from TechCrunch SF HQ, where we just wrapped another episode of CrunchWeek, our weekly pandemic covering the latest in technology news. The inane, the excellent, and the execrable are our usual fare. Ello exploded from zero to one, Apple managed to bend, and break, and the burn rate of many startups was judged as less than winsome. This week Kyle Russell and myself were joined by a… Read More

  • TechShop | TechCrunch Makers

    TC Makers: TechShop, The SF Workshop Where Hardware Is Born

    I get to meet some amazing people during our TC Makers shoots and TechShop CEO Mark Hatch is no exception. A former Green Beret, Hatch is the kind of guy who can build a PCB in the morning and run a million-dollar network of amazing technology workshops in the afternoon. TechShop, which began in Menlo Park and expanded across the country, is a membership-based workshop where anyone can learn to… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang: Slight of Hand

    Gillmor Gang: Slight of Hand

    The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Dan Farber, John Taschek, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. The new big iPhone and its younger less bigger brother hit the streets, along with the iOS refresh that will link the shipping devices to a late October iPad update and next year’s iWatch. From the redwood forests to the upper West Side, to the early morning lines snaking through the… Read More

  • Alibaba IPO, Microsoft Buys Minecraft and Sarah's Manservant

    CrunchWeek: Alibaba’s IPO, Minecraft, And Sarah Gets A ManServant

    Happy Friday, everyone, and welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek. This time around the table, TechCrunch’s Sarah Burh, Ryan Lawler and myself discussed Alibaba’s massive IPO, Microsoft picking up Minecraft for a few dollars, and why Sarah had someone hold an umbrella for her. Read More

  • Alibaba Is the Biggest American IPO Ever

    NYSE Traders Weigh In On Alibaba’s IPO

    We were on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange this morning for Alibaba’s debut. The Chinese e-commerce company had the biggest initial public offering ever for a US-listed company, and its share price jumped another 36 percent when it opened at $92.70. (After approaching $100, the stock closed at $93.89.) Read More

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