Go-Jek buys three startups, the California Department of Public Health warns against being on your phone for too long and AOL Instant Messenger is officially dead. All this on Crunch Report.
Rest in peace, Windows phone, GV invests $20 million into GitLab and Cruise buys Strobe. All this on Crunch Report!
Facebook has a bug and has switched their profiles to being memorialized, Mark Zuckerberg affirms that Facebook didn't affect election and Singles' Day breaks shopping records. All this on Crunch Repo
The Web is dead, or at least in decline, declares <em>Wired</em> editor Chris Anderson in the magazine's <a href="http://ww
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/crusheddrive.jpg" />I like Amazon's "frustration free" packaging. When I ordered my copy of Command & Conquer 4, it came in that easy
Who else thinks Blu-ray is doomed? I mean, other than Steve Jobs? ZDNet’s Robin Harris does, and he makes a decent argument. Consider the following: only 4 percent of movie discs sold in the U.S
While it’s no Ionic Breeze air purifier (“Now with more cancer!”), Sharper Image is up for sale after going through Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It’s shares recently closed at 23 cen
Sorry, SPOT fans. MSN Direct is no longer adding SPOT technology to watches and is essentially scrapping the Smart Watch program. The project has been dying a slow death for years now and with the add
A fact about innovation is that ideas that are tried fail much more often than they succeed. Frequently, a team can shut down a dead project long before anyone in the market knows it was even attempte
Look at that headline! So much humor contained in such a small sentence! Anyways, yesterday Dell announced that it would no longer be producing its Axim line of PDAs and the company has no further pla