• This Tiny Apple IIc Is All The Computing Power You’ll Need Ever In Your Life Forever

    This Tiny Apple IIc Is All The Computing Power You’ll Need Ever In Your Life Forever

    As we enter the next Information Age, we must take only a few things with us. For example, this ashtray. Just this ashtray. And this paddle game. The ashtray and the paddle game and that’s all you need. And this remote control. And also this teeny tiny Apple computer. Read More

  • T-Mobile Rolls Out Native Video Calling To Select Samsung Phones

    T-Mobile Rolls Out Native Video Calling To Select Samsung Phones

    There are a number of apps that let smartphone users make video calls today, including Skype, Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts and more, as well as built-in apps like Apple’s FaceTime, for example. But this morning, mobile carrier T-Mobile announced plans to make video calls a native feature on select T-Mobile smartphones. Read More

  • Microsoft Acquires Organizational Analytics Service VoloMetrix

    Microsoft Acquires Organizational Analytics Service VoloMetrix

    Microsoft today announced that it has acquired VoloMetrix, a service that specializes in analyzing organizational performance using anonymized data it gathers from across a company’s corporate communications systems. Organization analytics is something Microsoft itself has been looking at, too, and its Delve organizational analytics service is currently in preview and scheduled for… Read More

  • Estimote Creates An Indoor Location System Using Beacons And “Nearables”

    Estimote Creates An Indoor Location System Using Beacons And “Nearables”

    The dream of indoor location sensing has always been just that – a dream. The difficulty of Wi-Fi tracking and other technologies has made it hard for anyone – from businesses to regular users – to figure out where they were in a venue. But the folks at Estimote, a Polish beacon company, may have just cracked the code. Using something they’re calling… Read More

  • Facebook Looks To Tackle Personalized Learning In The Classroom

    Facebook Looks To Tackle Personalized Learning In The Classroom

    Facebook is working to give public school students an education that’s more tailored to their needs. In a blog post today from Facebook’s Chief Product Officer Chris Cox, the company announced that over the past school year it has partnered with Summit Public Schools, an innovative school system in the Bay Area to improve and test their new learning technologies. Read More

  • Disrupt London 2015 Comes To The Copper Box Arena

    Disrupt London 2015 Comes To The Copper Box Arena

    Can you feel the excitement? It’s just a few short months until some of the best and brightest minds in tech will be descending upon London for TechCrunch Disrupt London 2015, and we’re thrilled to announce that the event will take place at the illustrious Copper Box Arena. The Copper Box Arena was built specifically to accommodate the 2012 Summer Olympic games in London. Read More

  • Technology And Data Are Spurring A Clash Of Travel Titans Crunch Network

    Technology And Data Are Spurring A Clash Of Travel Titans

    There’s no way to put this gently, so here it goes: The rapid advancement in digital technology is transforming the cozy world of travel retail into an all-out war for customers. And that’s a good thing for you and me as travelers, because it will ultimately mean more selection, better customization and, potentially, lower prices. Read More

  • Google’s New Street View App Lets You Browse 360-Degree Imagery, Share Your Own Panoramic Photos

    Google’s New Street View App Lets You Browse 360-Degree Imagery, Share Your Own Panoramic Photos

    It’s no “street view for cats,” but Google’s newly launched Street View mobile app does promise to make it easier to explore Google Map’s immersive, 360-degree imagery as well as contribute your own photos to improve the overall Google Maps experience. The app, which is actually an update and rebrand of Google’s older “Photo Sphere Camera,”… Read More

  • Databox Raises $3.3M Seed Round To Help Marketers Understand Key Metrics

    Databox Raises $3.3M Seed Round To Help Marketers Understand Key Metrics

    Businesses of all sizes now have access to reams of data about their performance, but it can be difficult to read the story behind the numbers. Boston-based startup Databox’s goal is to make data relatable. Its mobile app draws in data from different analytic platforms, analyzes it, and then presents the results in customized reports. Read More

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