It’s one thing to have a great business idea, but connecting all of the disparate pieces of information and people needed to build it can be a frustrating growing pain — and one that the i
Slice, a company best known to consumers for its mobile shopping assistant that helps you find the best deals, track packages, organize your receipts, and more, is out today with a new service aimed a
Framebench, a Google Docs-like platform for creative collaboration, is out today with a new tool for those who regularly need to annotate and markup attachments shared via email. With “Mail Ma
One of the things I love about working with people all around the world is that I feel like an international woman of mystery. Unfortunately, by "mystery" I mean time zones and my propensity for mixin
Ever wanted to sing along to music videos on YouTube but don't know the words? A new Chrome extension from MusiXmatch has you covered.
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We covered the initial launch of a <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/10/28/findings-betaworks/">service called Findings</a>, a place to sort through all of the ideas that pop into your brain o