• DeNA’s Mirrativ App Livestreams Any Game Or App On Your Android Device

    DeNA’s Mirrativ App Livestreams Any Game Or App On Your Android Device

    YouTube isn’t the only one to introduce a live-streaming app this week. Just days after YouTube Gaming was outed, Japan’s DeNA — a prolific producer of games itself — has entered the scene with its own take, called Mirrativ. Read More

  • iZettle Gets $67M To Expand From Mobile Payments To Small Business Financing

    iZettle Gets $67M To Expand From Mobile Payments To Small Business Financing

    European mobile payments player, iZettle, is expanding into what amounts to small business loans — announcing a capital advance product, called iZettle Advance, which will be available to select iZettle customers who need funds to grow their own businesses. So it’s basically moving onto even more of the territory where traditional banks fear to tread. Read More

  • Vine ❤️ Music

    Vine ❤️ Music

    Vine, the six-second looping video app from Twitter, has today announced a significant feature update that brings more attention to the audio in users’ videos. Starting tomorrow (Friday), Vine users will have more control over their vines with the ability to add music to their content. While it was previously possible to add music to vines by using a separate device to play the music… Read More

  • A Battle Royale Of Digital Assistants: The Big 5

    Facebook is the latest tech titan to try and bring a consumer-focused digital assistant to the largely uninterested populace. M is a largely text-based hybrid assistant that can rely on human knowledge when need be to help answer queries that are a little bit more complicated and may require a human touch. Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook now all have their own digital assistants… Read More

  • Facebook’s M Is Not The Droid You’ve Been Looking For

    Facebook’s M Is Not The Droid You’ve Been Looking For

    Facebook unveiled its M personal assistant yesterday, shelled out a few details and revealed that it was currently being beta-tested by a couple hundred random users in the Bay Area. The service is unique in that it is partially human-powered, and these “M trainers” can complete real tasks like buying items and making reservations. Whatever M eventually turns out to be, it is… Read More

  • Brands Without Wax Crunch Network

    Brands Without Wax

    The ancient Romans had a word to describe the most precious artistic works of the time: sincere. A technique made popular at the time involved inserting wax into a sculpture’s cracks as it aged to preserve its life. From a distance, a work treated in this regard was remarkably indistinguishable from its original. Read More

  • Say Hello To Windows 10 Build 10532

    Say Hello To Windows 10 Build 10532

    If you are part of the Windows Insider program, Microsoft’s tool to get new code into the hands of its hardcore users ahead of the general public, you get a treat today: Windows 10 build 10532. Yes, another Windows 10 build. So, what’s new? Core to the new build are improved menus, which should provide a bit more harmonic fit. Also up is the ability to share notes from the… Read More

  • Remember That Time That Company Changed That Thing?

    People don’t like change. We just don’t. Especially when it comes to our favorite sites or apps. When you move our cheese we get confused and angry. In fact, Facebook can’t do anything without a group of people raging about it. Sure, change isn’t always bad, but in the case of these 10 situations, it was pretty bad. Read More

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    Apple Invites Arrive! Event Set For September 9th | Crunch Report

    Consumer Reports gives the Tesla Model S P85D a 103/100 score, Instagram is now allowing portrait and landscape aspect ratios, Adobe releases a study about email usage and habits, Apple is now the second biggest wearable maker after Fitbit.

    Apple Invites Arrive! Event Set For September 9th | Crunch Report

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