• Rocket Internet’s Latest Company Is A Career Listings Site Called Everjobs

    Rocket Internet’s Latest Company Is A Career Listings Site Called Everjobs

    Berlin-based Rocket Internet is broadening its already wide portfolio of companies with Everjobs, a career-listings platform. Like other Rocket Internet companies, Everjobs, which is already live in Sri Lanka, will tackle emerging markets in Asia and Africa and plans to expand rapidly. Everjobs co-founder Ronald Schuurs says Rocket Internet decided to take on job listings after the success of… Read More

  • Meerkat Is The Livestreaming App Twitter Should Have Built

    Meerkat Is The Livestreaming App Twitter Should Have Built

    Everything’s more interesting if it’s happening right now. Jokes seem funnier when you hear them in person. A dense political debate becomes captivating when watched live on TV. Real-time performances carry a peculiar vividness and urgency you can’t get from something that already happened, even if it was just minutes or seconds ago. Dick Costolo should know this well. Read More

  • Xiaomi Introduces A GoPro-Style Action Camera That Costs Just $64

    Xiaomi Introduces A GoPro-Style Action Camera That Costs Just $64

    Xiaomi is back with another reminder that it doesn’t just make phones. (Despite dethroning Samsung as China’s top smartphone company in 2014.) Xiaomi’s latest device is a GoPro-like camera which, as we’ve come to expect, is selling for a fraction of its U.S. rival’s price. Read More

  • Forget The Oscars, Last Weekend’s Biggest Snub Was Comic-Con

    Forget The Oscars, Last Weekend’s Biggest Snub Was Comic-Con

    The most important entertainment industry event so far this year happened over the weekend – but it wasn’t the Oscars. In fact, it’s likely that you had no idea it happened, not unless you’re plugged in to geek culture in a big way. Read More

  • Microsoft Wants To Buy Social News Reader Prismatic

    Microsoft Wants To Buy Social News Reader Prismatic

    Microsoft has been busy snatching up startups to fill out its mobile apps portfolio, and it looks like it could be buying one more. According to multiple sources, Prismatic — an app that recommends news articles to users based on what their connections are reading and liking — is on the block, and Microsoft is the front runner to get it. It’s not clear what stage talks… Read More

  • Bradley Horowitz Is Now Running Google+

    Bradley Horowitz Is Now Running Google+

    More changes afoot at Google+. TechCrunch has learned, and now confirmed with Google, that David Besbris has left his role as the head of the company’s social and identity product. He has been replaced by Bradley Horowitz, a longtime VP of product for Google+. Update: Horowitz has confirmed our reporting in a carefully worded Google+ update that does not mention Hangouts, or even… Read More

  • This Tesla Model S Easter Egg Lets You Be James Bond

    This Tesla Model S Easter Egg Lets You Be James Bond

    The Tesla Model S is one helluva car – but it can’t do everything. It can’t recharge as fast as you could fill a tank of gas. It can’t go over 155 miles per hour. Oh, and it can’t transform into a submarine and cruise around underwater. With this awesome little easter egg, though, that last one becomes a bit less certain… Read More

  • The Story Behind Samsung’s Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Design Departure
  • Meet The New Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge, Arriving April 10

    Meet The New Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge, Arriving April 10

    Samsung has indeed revealed its new flagship smartphone today, but there are actually two: The Galaxy S6, and the Galaxy S6 edge. The company’s latest premier smartphones are mostly similar on the inside, but with different external body designs, both of which push the envelope in terms of what Samsung has done with its Galaxy lineup in the past. The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge combine metal… Read More

  • Hands On With The Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge
  • Beware The Pretty People
  • How Cards Are Quietly Transforming The Web

    How Cards Are Quietly Transforming The Web

    Nearly three hours a day. That’s the average amount of time you and I spent on our phones every day in 2014. Our dependency on mobile devices for information has forced the design of the web to change. Netizens have come to expect mobile content is optimized in a way that brings them exactly what they are looking for front and center. Read More