• Why Is Kim Kardashian At A Tech Conference?!

    Why Is Kim Kardashian At A Tech Conference?!

    Because she is co-creator of one of the most popular apps of 2014. Because she is poised to make $200 million in cold hard cash from a mobile app this year. Because at $700K a day in earnings just from the app, she is still more successful than most startup founders, at least from a revenue standpoint. Read More

  • The Best Quotes Of TechCrunch Disrupt EU: London 2014

    At Disrupt Europe: London 2014, a handful of speakers took the stage to discuss the tech landscape in Europe during these panel discussions and fireside chats. Read More

  • EMC Frantically Pivots To The Cloud

    EMC Frantically Pivots To The Cloud

    EMC announced some big changes today including the purchase of three cloud companies, a new hybrid cloud product and a reorganization designed to emphasize the cloud. For those of you who don’t speak technology-buzzword English, the Hybrid Cloud is an approach where some of your computing is done in an on-premises data center and some is delivered by a public cloud provider such as… Read More

  • YouTube Introduces WatchMe For Android To Bring Live Broadcasting Capabilities To Apps

    YouTube Introduces WatchMe For Android To Bring Live Broadcasting Capabilities To Apps

    YouTube is bringing its live broadcasting capabilities to the world of third-party app developers starting today with the launch of the new open source project called “YouTube WatchMe for Android.” The project, available on GitHub, offers a reference app designed for the Android operating system that creates a YouTube Live Streaming Event. The app also introduces a simple… Read More

  • W3C Declares HTML5 Standard Complete

    W3C Declares HTML5 Standard Complete

    More than four years ago, Steve Jobs declared war on Flash and heralded HTML5 as the way to go. You could be forgiven if you thought the HTML5 standard — the follow-up to 1997’s HTML 4 — has long been set in stone, given that developers, browser vendors and the press have been talking about it for years now. In reality, however, HTML5 was still in flux — until today. Read More

  • Wranx Applies Spaced Repetition To B2B Learning

    Wranx Applies Spaced Repetition To B2B Learning

    U.K. startup Wranx is applying a learning technique called spaced repetition to the b2b space to help businesses train their staff more effectively. Read More

  • The US Breeds The Most Unicorns, But The Rest Of The World Is Catching Up

    The US Breeds The Most Unicorns, But The Rest Of The World Is Catching Up

    Most startups that achieved a $1 billion valuation in the past decade came from outside Silicon Valley, according to research from London-based VC Atomico, the VC fund created by by Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström. Atomico looked at 136 companies that reached the billion-dollar mark after an IPO, sale or publicly-declared funding round over the past 10 years. It found 61% of these… Read More

  • SingldOut Raises $600K Seed Round To Get Science And Romance On The Same Page

    SingldOut Raises $600K Seed Round To Get Science And Romance On The Same Page

    SingldOut, the platform that uses genetic chemistry to determine a romantic match, has just announced that it has closed a $600k seed round. The round lends much more credibility to the formerly bootstrapped company, which is taking a markedly different and perhaps less understood approach to the dating space. Read More

  • Google Fit App Now Available For Android Devices

    Google Fit App Now Available For Android Devices

    Google has released its Fit app, which acts as a central storehouse for activity recorded via your Android device, and via apps that use the Google Fit SDK introduced at the I/O developer conference back in June. The dedicated Android app is pretty spare, but it provides a way for users to see an overview of their collected health and fitness data in one central location. The Google Fit… Read More

  • Quixey CEO Tomer Kagan Says They Don’t Need Developers To Make Apps Searchable

    Quixey CEO Tomer Kagan Says They Don’t Need Developers To Make Apps Searchable

    Kagan claims that Quixey doesn’t need support from developers to make a search engine for mobile apps that can find all of the information in a native app that you’d be able to get from a website using a traditional search engine like Google. Read More

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