• This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: BlackFriday!

    We’re bringing this podcast to you a little early so you can arm yourself before going into Black Friday! Join Greg Kumparak, Matt Burns, and Darrell Etherington as we skewer Zelda and talk about the best laptops for your money! We invite you to enjoy our weekly podcasts every Friday at 3 p.m. Eastern and noon Pacific. And feel free to check out the TechCrunch Gadgets Flipboard… Read More

  • MOCAheart Makes Keeping Track Of Your Heart’s Vital Signs Easy

    MOCAheart Makes Keeping Track Of Your Heart’s Vital Signs Easy

    MOCAheart wants to make keeping track of your cardiovascular health as easy as pressing a button. The device, which is currently on Kickstarter, was developed by a team led by Naama Stauber and Dr. Daniel Hong, who was a physician at National Taiwan University Hospital, one of the country’s top teaching hospitals, before becoming an entrepreneur. Read More

  • The Uber Supper

    The Uber Supper

    As we in the US sit down to holiday dinner tonight, we are reminded that we have oodles to be thankful for. For one, I am grateful that the news cycle is now slow enough that I can post Bryce Durbin’s stunning image of the infamous Uber “influentials” dinner, depicted as Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper.” In addition to Emil Michael, Ben Smith, Michael… Read More

  • Startup Weekend On The Turkish Border Unites Two Countries’ Entrepreneurs

    Startup Weekend On The Turkish Border Unites Two Countries’ Entrepreneurs

    It’s not unusual to encounter a Startup Weekend somewhere in the world. The trademarked event that brings together individuals eager to build and present it before a panel of entrepreneurship experts and investors is well known and widely replicated. Read More

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  • A Gift Guide For Watch-Loving Ladies

    A Gift Guide For Watch-Loving Ladies

    While almost anyone can wear any watch – some watch companies aim traditionally female watches at men with small wrists – a dedicated woman’s watch is beautiful, well-made, and timeless. Here are some of my favorites for the past year. Read More

  • These Aren’t The Drones You’re Looking For

    These Aren’t The Drones You’re Looking For

    As we approach the holiday season, San Francisco startup Doorman has been getting a lot of attention from the press — after all, by delivering packages when you’re actually home, rather than when it’s convenient for the delivery service, Doorman should reduce the risk that your gifts will get stolen while they’re sitting on your doorstep. I was actually quoted in an… Read More

  • Windows Phone 8.1 Finally Breaks The 50% Market Share Threshold

    Windows Phone 8.1 Finally Breaks The 50% Market Share Threshold

    Windows Phone 8.1 accounted for more than 50 percent of all Windows Phone usage in November. It closed October with 46.7 percent of the market. Windows Phone 8, its predecessor, still controls 33.5 percent of the Windows Phone base. That amount will decline as more carriers update phones that were initially sold with an earlier version of the Windows Phone platform. Here’s the chart… Read More

  • 14 Tech Trends To Be Thankful For In 2014

    With Black Friday creeping up tomorrow, and Christmas lingering around the corner, it’s easy to forget the true spirit of Thanksgiving. Being obsessed with tech, the latest gadgets, and all the wonders that the modern startup can provide definitely doesn’t help. Knowing this, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the developments of the last year and pick out a… Read More

  • Spend Your Black Friday Funds Helping Crowdfund A Mission To The Moon

    Spend Your Black Friday Funds Helping Crowdfund A Mission To The Moon

    You have enough towels already. And owning more gadgets just means more under-utilized stuff gathering accusatory dust. So why not spend the Black Friday funds you’d set aside to spend on sales tomorrow helping to crowdfund a mission to The Moon instead? Read More

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