color

Color’s COVID-19 testing shows most who test positive had either mild or no symptoms

Echoing much of the existing data and research on the subject, SF-based Color released data today showing that based on its own testing program, most individuals who test positive for COVID-19 display

Ancestry lays off 6% of staff as consumer genetic testing market continues to decline

Excitement in the consumer genetic testing market continues to show signs of slowing down. In the past two weeks, layoffs have hit two of the biggest consumer genetic testing services — 23andme and

Nix Pro 2 and Nix Mini color sensors are powerful, easy-to-use additions to any creative pro toolkit

Translating the physical world to the digital has been a challenge, especially when it comes to things like color: Color isn’t actually all that static a thing, and the myriad displays and camer

Genoox raises $6M to help physicians better diagnose patients with genomic data

23andMe, Color, and other genomic sequencing startups have exposed demand from consumers for cheap ways to test for potential problems they may have — and Amir Trabelsi hopes to bring that mentalit

The Mr Jones Colour Venn tells the time in CMY but not K

As a dedicated lover of cyan, magenta, and yellow I welcome Mr. Jones’ addition to the color – or colour – canon. The Colour Venn uses overlapping translucent circles of yellow, red,

How Pokemon Go did what these 3 hype-heavy startups couldn’t

Pokemon Go has been continuing its global rollout fairly slowly, with a launch in Canada just this past Sunday, and even without an official debut in some key markets like Japan, it already dominates.

Enter A World Of Crazy Sensual Mix-Ups With A DIY Synesthesia Mask

Synesthesia, aka the mixing of the senses, is a super power to be feared. But while many synesthetes have boring talents – imagining numbers as colors, for example – this DIY hack lets you

When Apple Did Color Because It Was Delicious, Exciting, And Human

You know what they say about trends: wait five years and they'll swing back around again. With confirmation that a <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/08/22/alleged-gold-iphone-5s-pics-leak-out/

Color: We Are Not Shutting Down

<strong>Updated.</strong><a target="_blank" href="http://www.color.com">Color Labs</a>, the photo sharing startup which became well-known for securing a <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/03/23

Paper By FiftyThree Now On Apple Retail iPads, Tops 3.3M Downloads And 190 Years Spent In-App

Here's a neat, well-deserved win for a startup company: Paper, the critically acclaimed drawing application for iPad is now being featured by Apple on iPad demo units in its retail stores, and now has

Color Partners With Verizon To Bring Livestreaming Audio and Video to iPhone, Android

After a <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/03/23/color-looks-to-reinvent-social-interaction-with-its-mobile-photo-app-and-41-million-in-funding/">disastrous launch</a> and a not-so stellar piv

Color Reborn: Fused With Facebook, The $41M Social Photo App Is Back

Color. That one word is enough to elicit a remarkably strong response from anyone involved in tech startups — and oftentimes that response consists of a lot of derision and talk of a bubble. T

Color Targets New Facebook-Powered App Exclusively To Harvard Students

With Sequoia's Doug Leone<a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/09/18/sequoias-doug-leone-we-are-thrilled-to-be-investors-in-color-stay-tuned-for-the-pivot/"> talking up Color Labs' next pivot</a>

Sequoia’s Doug Leone: We Are ‘Thrilled’ To Be Investors In Color, ‘Stay Tuned’ For The Pivot

It's no secret that there's been a major amount of controversy surrounding <a href="http://www.color.com/">Color,</a> the photo sharing app that <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/03/23/color-l

Blue For Facebook Sure Looks Like Color’s Next Hue

Sometimes the need to test outweighs the need for total secrecy. I'm going to assume <a href="http://www.color.com/">Color</a> CEO <a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/person/bill-nguyen">Bill Nguyen</a

With Google, There Will Be Bad Blood

"I have a competition in me. I want no one else to succeed." I'm reminded of Daniel Plainview's admission in <em>There Will Be Blood</em> when thinking about Google. While the company is still

Out Of The Blue, Instacolor Forced To Change Name By The “True” Color

Something of a black comedy involving white hot startup <a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/company/color-labs">Color</a> and still-green-behind-the-ears <a href="http://www.gramfeed.com/instagram/inst

Google Tried To Buy Color For $200 Million. Color Said No.

If that headline looks familiar to you, you're probably remembering our story about <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/2011/02/02/google-tried-to-buy-path-for-100-million-path-said-no/">Google offer

Instagram + Color = Instacolor

<img src="https://beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/instacolor.png" class="shot2" /> If photo sharing apps <a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/company/instagram">Instagram</a> and <a href

Fly Or Die: How Color Became The Ishtar Of iPhone Apps

<img src="https://beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/sly-or-die-colr.jpg" /> Ever since <a href="http://www.color.com/">Color</a> launched its photo sharing app, the <a href="https://beta
Load More