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Today’s Stories  Apple could give us a bigger iPhone X next year Lyft heads to Toronto, Canada in December, the first city outside the United States SoftBank might not do…

Crunch Report | Apple could give us a bigger iPhone X, Lyft goes to Canada

There are a few extra special Christmas gifts that can’t be wrapped and don’t quite fit under the tree — love, family, happiness… and new episodes of Cribs, the TechCrunch…

TC Cribs: TellApart Turned An Old Auto Shop Into A Golden Land Of Tech (And Champagne)

Gillmor Gang 7.09.11 (TCTV)

10:00 am PDT • July 9, 2011

The Gillmor Gang — Michael Arrington, Dan Farber, Robert Scoble, and Steve Gillmor — enjoyed @scobleizer’s FaceTime tour of Florida’s abandoned Kennedy Space Center in the aftermath of the last…

Today might have marked the last Space Shuttle launch, but it is not the end of people going into space. In fact, technologist, angel investor, and space privatization advocate Esther…

Once again, we’re packaging some of the top news of the week in a quick-to-digest video format.  If you missed some of the big tech stories this week, TechCrunched gives…

“If you don’t adapt, you die,” Loic Le Meur told me when he came into the TechCrunchTV studio last week. And Loic – aka monsieur Pivot – is certainly one…

Few transatlantic entrepreneurs know both the European and American start-up scene as intimately as Seesmic and Le Web founder Loic Le Meur. So the first question I asked Loic when…

Gillmor Gang 7.2.11 (TCTV)

10:00 am PDT • July 2, 2011

The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, John Borthwick, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor — joined the Circle Game as channelled by Joni Mitchell and Tom Rush. Google + seems to…

I need to start with a warning. Depending on your work environment, this may not be safe for work. Especially if you don’t want to hear some a lot of…

TC Cribs Bloopers – A Side Of Jason Kincaid You Have Never Seen Before (TCTV)

TechCrunched: 90 Seconds Of Top Tech News (TCTV)

7:48 am PDT • June 30, 2011

We’re trying something new this week by bringing you some of the top tech stories in video format. Time is short, and so is this video. We realize it is…

In this episode of Founder Stories, host Chris Dixon takes a look at a 3D printer while talking to the maker behind the MakerBot, Bre Pettis. If printing 3D objects…

(Founder Stories) Bre Pettis' Ambition: "One MakerBot Per Child" (TCTV)

As he told me when he came into our San Francisco studio earlier this week, Reputation.com CEO & Founder Michael Fertik is “ecstatic” about our new reputation economy. In today’s…

Will people pay for online privacy? Yes, they will – at least according to Michael Fertik, the founder and CEO of Reputation.com, one of the early leaders in the new…

TechCrunch TV celebrates its one year birthday today. Since we launched, we’ve had 10 million live and on demand video plays. We have more than 2,300 videos archived in our…

With Ten Million Videos Played, TechCrunch TV Turns One

IBM’s Smarter Planet division released a new solution recently that can make buildings energy efficient— even if they are huge and 100 years old like the company itself. Vice president…

Ever since Color launched its photo sharing app, the $41 million startup has been having a rough time. John Biggs and I reviewed it on Fly or Die back in…

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

Gillmor Gang 6.25.11

10:00 am PDT • June 25, 2011

The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Phil Windley, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor — celebrated the news that apps are moving past web sites as the default architecture of the…

After several years languishing in the backwoods of Google’s server farms, Google Health got its plug pulled today. Why did the ambitious project to record your health record online and…

Google Health Creator Adam Bosworth On Why It Failed: "It's Not Social"

It’s not only douchebags who say that the Internet changes everything. According to James Gleick, one of America’s most important and successful technology writers and the author of the major…

Fly Or Die: Can RIM Survive?

5:59 am PDT • June 23, 2011

Hot on the heels of my scathing diatribe against the once-mighty Blackberry empire, Erick and I explore the current financial and development situation that has befallen our neighbors to the…

Fly Or Die: Can RIM Survive?

For all the talk of cord-cutting, the cable/satellite/fiber optic TV companies are not going anywhere anytime soon. I put Verizon FIOS in that camp. With 3.7 million subscribers, it is…

The fruit of seven years of full-time research and writing, James Gleick’s The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood is the most comprehensive book written, to date, about information.…

Love photos but utterly bored by wave after wave of iPhone photo sharing apps? Lytro is the company for you. This is also the company for anyone who thinks Silicon…

Lytro Launches to Transform Photography with $50M in Venture Funds (TCTV)

With more than $400 million in projected gross sales for 2011, Eventbrite is getting big enough that it has to worry about fending off the criminals. In the above clip of…

Question: Who is the mother of MP3? Answer: Singer songwriter Suzanne Vega, whose iconic 1981 song “Tom’s Diner” was used by MP3 inventor Karl-Heinz Brandenberg to calibrate the standard of…

Eventbrite, the company that lets anyone organize online events and sell tickets to those events, was founded by the husband and wife team of Kevin and Julia Hartz. Chris Dixon…

(Founder Stories) Eventbrite's K. Hartz: "I Like Businesses That Go After Large Incumbents"

Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari and Chuck E Cheese, wants to bring the video arcade into the classroom. His latest startup is called Speed To Learn, and very little…

Mr. Atari Wants To Bring The Video Arcade Into The Classroom (TCTV)

MoveOn.org board president Eli Pariser has written a surprisingly critical book about the Internet. In The Filter Bubble: What the Internet is Hiding from Us, Pariser acknowledges that he once…

The founder of Efficiency 2.0, Tom Scarmellino, sat down with TechCrunchTV this week to talk about how his company motivates consumers to curb their power-hogging behavior at home, and what…

The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You, Eli Pariser’s New York Times best-selling new book, has been applauded by net skeptics like Jaron Lanier and Evgeny Morozov…