• NYC Rises As A Hub For Software-As-A-Service Startups Crunch Network

    NYC Rises As A Hub For Software-As-A-Service Startups

    As the market continues to mature, and as we watch a blossoming of SaaS activity in New York City, we believe that NYC is poised to become a genuine leader in the formation of companies leading the next wave of enterprise transformation. Read More

  • Splash Integrates With Giphy Because Why Not?

    Splash Integrates With Giphy Because Why Not?

    Splash, the event page service that lets anyone create beautiful event landing pages, has announced an integration with Giphy, the betaworks-backed GIF search engine. This makes Splash the only event site platform with a direct Giphy integration. Through the partnership, Splash users will have full access to Giphy’s library of millions of GIFs direct from the Splash Dash, where event… Read More

  • NFL’s Twitter Video Deal Came And Its Deal With Facebook Went

    NFL’s Twitter Video Deal Came And Its Deal With Facebook Went

    Today, the WSJ reported that the NFL’s video test with Facebook ended “quietly” earlier this year. The publication also referred to it as a “partnership,” a term that is used very loosely in business, especially here in the Valley. The test involved promoting Verizon-sponsored, NFL-related clips within people’s news feeds with post-roll ads. We’re… Read More

  • Chrome Starts Telling Autoplaying Videos To STFU

    Chrome Starts Telling Autoplaying Videos To STFU

    We’ve all been there: you’re exploring the vast interwebs, opening tabs rapid fire like the middle-clickin’ master you are. Suddenly one of the zillion tabs you’ve got open in the background starts autoplaying some terrible ad — now your laptop is yelling to your entire office about man part pills or free ipads or something. Google wants to end this. Read More

  • Facebook Finally Cracks Down On Video Piracy

    Facebook Finally Cracks Down On Video Piracy

    Facebook didn’t get to be one of the largest video streamers on the web without making a few enemies. Unfortunately, up to this point, a lot of those enemies were the people actually creating cool video content for the site. Today, Facebook is trying to rectify its poor management of controlling video piracy on its site and appease video creators who have been getting kind of pissed off… Read More

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    INNOVATE2016: Shining A Light On Political Fundraising

    When it comes to politics, the Internet, it seems, has been a great disappointment. Read More

  • The Psychology Of Insecurity Crunch Network

    The Psychology Of Insecurity

    The latest data breach victim to make the headlines is a big one — deeply personal and private information of more than 21.5 million current and former federal employees and over a million unique fingerprint scans, were leaked in an attack on the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) that is believed to be the work of the Chinese. Government officials said longtime security lapses left… Read More

  • Google On EU’s Anti-Competitive Claims: “Concerns Are Unfounded”

    Google On EU’s Anti-Competitive Claims: “Concerns Are Unfounded”

    We’re a little over five years into the EU’s antitrust investigation of Google, and today’s back and forth is about Google Shopping results. Back in April, Europe’s antitrust chief, Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, said: Our preliminary view in the SO is that in its general Internet search results Google artificially favors its own comparison shopping… Read More

  • Techy Is An On-Demand Repair Service For Laptops

    Techy Is An On-Demand Repair Service For Laptops

    While companies like iCracked have extensive repair networks allowing you to get a phone or tablet repaired in just hours, getting a laptop repaired normally requires making an appointment, dropping your device off, and eventually picking it up days later. Techy (a recent winner of our TC Radio pitch-off) solves this problem by providing an on-demand platform for laptop… Read More

  • The Next iPhone May Come With Animated Wallpapers

    The Next iPhone May Come With Animated Wallpapers

    It would appear that the next-gen iPhone may come with some added flare. Sources told 9to5mac that the UI for the iPhone 6S may come with animated wallpapers, not unlike the animated watch faces that shipped with the Apple Watch. Those sources said that animated wallpapers could include animated fish in a koi pond, as well as ‘colorful arrays of smoke.’ Given that most… Read More

  • Workflow Lets You Put Shortcuts To Frequent Actions Right In iOS’ Notification Center

    Workflow Lets You Put Shortcuts To Frequent Actions Right In iOS’ Notification Center

    Workflow, the clever if somewhat geeky app aimed at iOS power users that helps you automate frequent tasks you perform on your iPhone or tablet, like ordering an Uber to your next event, making a GIF from your photos, creating reminders that alert you when you arrive at a particular destination, playing a favorite album, and much more, is out this morning with a notable update. The app now… Read More

  • Instagram Thinks Outside The Square, Now Allows Landscape And Portrait Photos And Videos

    Instagram Thinks Outside The Square, Now Allows Landscape And Portrait Photos And Videos

    One in five photos or videos on Instagram show up with annoying whitespace around them because people use other apps to letterbox their landscape or portrait imagery to fit in Instagram’s square cropping. So today, Instagram for iOS and Android is dropping the requirement that all photos and videos be squares. Now when users upload photos, they can pinch or tap a format button on the left… Read More

  • Have You Tried Asking Siri To Give You A Hint?

    Have You Tried Asking Siri To Give You A Hint?

    Hey Siri, give me a hint. Apple just invited journalists to its annual September press event. It’s happening on September 9th at 10am. But the best part of this invite is the attention to detail and Apple’s Easter eggs. Read More

  • Apple Invites Press To iPhone Event On September 9th

    Apple Invites Press To iPhone Event On September 9th

    “Hey Siri, give us a hint” is about all the hints we’re going to get on what’s coming up at the next Apple event. And of course some artwork that four people in a basement will comb over thousands of times for hidden messages. Some say new iPhones, new Apple TVs and both. Read More

  • HotelTonight Offers A ‘Silicon Valley’ Set Visit And TV-Themed Vacations In Partnership With HBO NOW

    HotelTonight Offers A ‘Silicon Valley’ Set Visit And TV-Themed Vacations In Partnership With HBO NOW

    Last-minute hotel booking app HotelTonight is getting a fun update — from now until September 8, users can enter a contest to visit to the Los Angeles set of Silicon Valley while the HBO show shoots its third season. To compete, you’ll need to redeem the code “HBONOW” in the HotelTonight app. Even if you don’t win, you can still swipe right or tap the globe… Read More

  • Apple Pay For Everyone! PayAnywhere Mobile Reader Hits Apple Stores in September

    It doesn’t happen that often, but once in a while I find myself in the wild without my wallet and really need to buy something. Because I absolutely never leave the house without my iPhone, I’ve gotten used to finding the nearest Walgreens, or Whole Foods, or Petco – or some other retailer that accepts Apple Pay – in order to buy what I need. And most of the time I… Read More

  • Google Rolls Out Personalized Storm-Tracking Information In Search Results

    Google Rolls Out Personalized Storm-Tracking Information In Search Results

    With the U.S. hurricane season about to kick off, Google announced today that it’s expanding the weather-related information that will appear in Google search results when web users search for information about particular storms or tornadoes. Now the search giant will also show searchers critical information like maps of your location and proximity to the storm in question, the… Read More

  • IoT And The Rise Of Subscription Marketing Crunch Network

    IoT And The Rise Of Subscription Marketing

    The ties that bind consumers to brands are growing stronger. At the same time, however, they are fading into the background, thanks to the Internet of Things. Today, a slew of devices, from refrigerators to thermostats, are connecting to the Internet. Soon, the signals from those devices will automate thousands of purchases consumers make. Read More

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