• Peek inside Brooklyn’s first Apple Store

    Apple is opening its very first store in Brooklyn tomorrow. TechCrunch got a sneak peek at the new spot during a press event earlier this week, as you can see in the video above. The store isn’t quite as grand as some of Apple’s other New York locations, but it has an appropriately Brooklyn-y feel, with plenty of exposed brick, concrete floors and a timber ceiling. The company… Read More

  • Lobster, the marketplace for user-generated content, integrates with Dropbox

    Lobster, the marketplace for user-generated content, integrates with Dropbox

    Lobster, the platform that lets brands and publishers license user-generated content from social sites like Instagram and YouTube, has today announced integration with Dropbox. Plus, the platform has built tools that will make it easier for brands and publishers to find the perfect picture. Read More

  • TSA key cracker Johnny Xmas tells us how to stay safe while traveling

    TSA key cracker Johnny Xmas tells us how to stay safe while traveling

    A few days ago we reported that a group of hackers at the HOPE Conference in New York told the world that they had cloned the last TSA Master Key. These keys, which were leaked in a Washington Post article, are a bit of security theatre coupled with a lot of poor engineering. Johnny Xmas believes, however, that personal security is important, and he wanted to tell us how they cracked the keys… Read More

  • Big data integrator Talend pops 54% in Nasdaq debut, raising $94.5M

    Big data integrator Talend pops 54% in Nasdaq debut, raising $94.5M

    French-American big data startup Talend made its debut as a public company today with a pop. After pricing its shares at $18 last night (above the expected range of $15-$17), the company began trading on Nasdaq under the ticker TLND at $27.66, up 54 percent on its IPO price, giving the company an implied valuation of $537 million. However, in the immediate hour after opening, the stock… Read More

  • PlayStation VR play area requirements detailed, seated play recommended

    PlayStation VR play area requirements detailed, seated play recommended

    PlayStation VR is set to arrive on October 13, but a new official pamphlet being distributed by the company (via Polygon) sheds some light on what players can expect in terms of space requirements and gameplay style. The document shows that the ideal space is about 6′ x 10′ big, with the player seated roughly in the middle, facing the PlayStation Camera at the long end. Read More

  • Krawd turns the ad agency into a marketplace

    Krawd turns the ad agency into a marketplace

    Meet Krawd, a French startup that wants to rethink the way advertising agencies work. Like in other industries, Krawd thinks that it’s more efficient to build a marketplace than build a centralized, traditional company. Krawd is all about connecting the right freelancers with the right clients in this specific industry. Read More

  • Twitter will stream its first eSports competition, starting today

    Twitter will stream its first eSports competition, starting today

    It’s no Twitch, but Twitter this weekend will live stream its first eSports competition on its service, thanks to a partnership with Eleague. Twitter will provide live coverage of the organization’s semifinals and championship held today and tomorrow in Atlanta, where teams will be playing Valve’s “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Game.” The first semifinal… Read More

  • Oracle takes the cloud revenue fast track with $9.3 billion Netsuite deal

    Oracle takes the cloud revenue fast track with $9.3 billion Netsuite deal

    When Oracle bought NetSuite yesterday for a cool $9.3 billion in cash, it let the world know it was now totally serious about growing cloud computing revenue. That wasn’t always the case. In the early days of the cloud, Oracle was content to sit on the sidelines and make fun, while it raked in traditional license and maintenance revenue. In fact, CEO Larry Ellison famously ridiculed… Read More

  • The threats and challenges for Netflix in Asia Crunch Network

    The threats and challenges for Netflix in Asia

    Netflix, a company that used to send you DVDs by mail and was almost sold to Blockbuster for a paltry $50 million, is now a juggernaut staring down big TV networks as it makes their programming and business models seem almost archaic. But to Asian internet users, Netflix seemed like another of the wonderful first-world luxuries that kept making waves on the news but never seemed within reach. Read More

  • PokeFit gives Pokemon Go a real-time fitness dashboard on Android

    PokeFit gives Pokemon Go a real-time fitness dashboard on Android

    Pokemon Go is definitely big enough to start generating its own ecosystem, and one new Android app hints at how far things could go beyond simply crafting a better Pokedex. PokeFit gives PoGo trainers a dashboard overlaid on their game screen to track play time, distance travelled, steps walked and energy burned. Read More

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