Live At Twitter’s “Come See What We’re Building” Press Conference #LetsFly

Yes, it's at the new building on Market Street. Hilarious pun. The press conference hasn't started so right now it's just a bunch of Twitter employees running around chatting with press but not tellin

One Kings Lane: From The LAX Arrivals Terminal To $200M In Revenue

As Susan Feldman waited outside the Southwest Airlines arrivals terminal at Los Angeles International Airport in October 2008, she had a nervous feeling in her stomach, which she compares to blind dat

Nearing 2M Members, One Kings Lane Lands A Lucrative Endorsement From Bravo

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/million-dollar.png" class="shot2">I happened to be watching my new favorite show, Bravo's <a href="http://www.bravotv.com/million-dollar-decor

Huffington Post Buys Adaptive Semantics To Keep Up With 100,000 Comments A Day

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/adaptivesemantics.png"> The <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/">Huffington Post</a> has acquired its first company in a small cash deal,

Tagcrumbs lands on iPhone – social bookmarking for places

<img class="shot" title="2 - Home Screen" src="http://eu.beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2-Home-Screen.png" alt="2 - Home Screen" width="159" height="229" />[Germany] Berlin-based <a href="http

Thanks Everyone: The Real Time CrunchUp + The August Capital Summer Party.

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/randizuckerbergmichaelarrington2009-215x143.jpg" width="215" height="143" />Thank you to all of you who came out to support the 2009 Summer Cr

Geek Weekend: Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN

Wikimedia We’ve been getting requests from various citizens to feature their respective cities in our new Geek Weekend feature here on CrunchGear, so when a request came in for the Twin Cities,

Who Has The Most Photos Of Them All? Hint: It Is Not Facebook

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/imageshack-frog.png" width="96" height="72" /> Photo-sharing on the Web keeps getting more popular as people transfer more of their digital p

Learning The Hard Way That DNS Is Insecure: Attack Details Now Public

There are times when the full disclosure of a security vulnerability works well for everybody, and there are times when it does not. One such case where it hasn’t worked out well is with the DNS

Crunchies Wrap Up – A Big Thank You To The Community

Thank you to everyone who attended the first Crunchies event last night to honor startups in categories ranging from “best business model” to “best time sink” (pictured right i

Google Plugs Google Web ToolKit For iPhone

Google has plugged the Google Web ToolKit demonstrating an iPhone specific version of Google Reader. The iPhone Reader combines the Google AJAX Feed API with a user interface geared for use on the iPh

Maya's Mom Raises Angel Round, Launches

Palo Alto based Maya’s Mom is a sort of Yahoo Answers plus Facebook, for parents, that we previously announced back in April. The site went live yesterday and already has fairly deep content. Ot

First Screen Shots of Riya

Riya (formerly Ojos) will be opening its doors to 10 or so lucky alpha testers tomorrow morning. Riya leverages potent facial and text recognition technology with an intelligent interface to help peop
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