• Crunch Report | High Times Sells 60% of Company

    High Times magazine sells 60 percent of company, Skype gets a complete revamp, Apple has paid $70 billion to developers and Walmart’s fix for last-mile delivery. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

  • Crunch Report | Google Spins Out Waymo, A Self-Driving Car Company

    Google spins out Waymo, its self-driving car company, Group chat is now available in Snapchat, Oculus CEO steps down, Slack gets integrated video calling and Apple AirPods are now up for sale. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

  • Crunch Report | Tesla and SolarCity-powered Island

    Tesla and SolarCity power an island in American Samoa, after skipping last year Apple holds its Black Friday sale, robots will be helping with shopping at Westfield malls in San Francisco, Michigan doubles down on autonomous cars and Munchery gets a new CEO. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

  • Apple is offering 10 movies for $10 to celebrate a decade of iTunes movies

    Apple is offering 10 movies for $10 to celebrate a decade of iTunes movies

    Major deal alert – iTunes is offering six different $10 bundles of 10 movies to celebrate 10 years of iTunes movies. Proud of @iTunesMovies and 10 years of celebrating docs, indies, blockbusters & more. Congrats and thank you! — Eddy Cue (@cue) September 12, 2016 If you’ve ever bought a movie on iTunes you know how amazing of a deal this is. Read More

  • Opera CEO: Sale To Chinese Consortium Wasn’t Our Decision

    Opera CEO: Sale To Chinese Consortium Wasn’t Our Decision

    After months of rumor, Opera finally confirmed two weeks ago that its board had accepted a takeover offer from a consortium of Chinese firms for the price of $1.2 billion. I had a chance to sit down this week at MWC with Lars Boilesen, the CEO of Opera, and Håkon Wium Lie, the company’s CTO and inventor of cascading style sheets (CSS). In this wide-ranging and candid interview, we… Read More

  • Zumper Acquires PadMapper And Relaunches It With An Updated Interface

    Zumper Acquires PadMapper And Relaunches It With An Updated Interface

    Zumper, the Kleiner-backed apartment rental platform that launched at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012, has acquired PadMapper, the popular map-centric apartment rentals site that was once embroiled in a prolonged legal fight with Craigslist. Read More

  • Exclusive Cyber Monday Wrist Watch Deals is offering five special watch discounts on a few name brand high-end watches through for Cyber Monday. Prices are additional discounts off their already lowered prices. The watches offered are a Tag Heuer, Zenith, Hamilton, Locman, and Raymond Weil. The special prices are available only on Monday November 29, 2010. Read More

  • Sprint finds potential buyers for Nextel

    As Nextel continues to hemorrhage customers, Sprint is still trying to push it (and the accumulated debts) on someone else. According to the WSJ, they’ve received a handful of inquiries as of late. Amongst those said to be interested are Latin American iDEN carrier NII, and private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management. Just three years ago, Sprint snapped up Nextel for $35 billion. Now… Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Newegg's end of summer sale, ahoy is having itself a little end of summer sale that might interest some of you. Prices on some items have been cut by as much as 65 percent, meaning you’ll be able to buy things like a Lite-On 20X DVD burner for $29, a 16-inch widescreen monitor for $99, and the Logitech G7 wireless mouse for $57. All of the promo codes you need to get the discounts can be found here. Read More

  • Circuit City's Friday is the Blackest

    There’s some pretty sweet stuff going on Friday at Circuit City. You can get a 42-inch Sharp Aquos LCD HDTV for $800, a Roadmate GPS System for your car for $125, or maybe you just would like a fully-loaded laptop for $300? Sure, it’s an HP Compaq, but at three bills you can hardly complain. There’s more deals than that, including some stocking stuffers for pocket… Read More

  • Microsoft buys $240 million stake in Facebook

    We can all hate Facebook now. Microsoft and Facebook announced a deal yesterday where Microsoft would pay $240 million for a 1.6 percent stake in the social networking Web site. Doing a little of that thing called math, we can now say that Facebook is worth approximately $15 billion. That’s a nice chunk of change. Microsoft paid so much for the site because it felt it was in danger of… Read More

  • Alltel Prepping Itself for Dinner?

    Alltel, you know, that other cellphone carrier, is now proactively positioning itself for a sale, according to Phone Scoop’s Ouija board. Three private equity groups are looking at snapping up the small-but-important carrier. No larger networks have shown interest, which isn’t that odd. As the Big Four (Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile) have coast-to-coast networks of their… Read More

  • Free BlackBerry Pearl

    , after rebate, for $0.00. You need to get a new service plan, but that’s a small price to pay for FREE. Product Page Read More

  • Micro Center Tries Its Luck With An Xbox 360 Special

    If you’re one of the cranky millions (me included) that got hosed by Amazon and its $100 Xbox 360 Core system special on Thanksgiving, then you’ll want to go to your local Micro Center store. The computer-and-electronics superstore is offering a $100 rebate on in-store purchases of any Microsoft Xbox 360 system throughout the holidays. Best of all, the rebate is good for either… Read More

  • Amazon to Sell Wii This Sunday: Camp-Out in Your Bed

    Just FYI, kiddies. The Wii will be available for purchase on Amazon this Sunday morning. First come, first served, one per family, blah dee blah. Click through for the full email. Special thanks to Eagle-Eye David for sending this along. NOTE: we anticipate that we will sell through our inventory very quickly as we’ve received 100 times more Wii email sign-ups than consoles… Read More