TechCrunch TV

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

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

    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 the deal with Uber after all Credits Written by: Sarah Buhr
    Hosted by: Sarah Buhr
    Filmed by: Joe Zolnoski
    Edited by: John Murillo Notes: Tito’s continues his journey out in the Outback this week so… Read More

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

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

    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 TV show that takes you inside the doors of the tech industry’s hottest companies to see what day-to-day life is like for the people who work there! Read More

  • Gillmor Gang on Google+ and Twitter

    Gillmor Gang 7.09.11 (TCTV)

    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 shuttle launch. The countdown clock sat frozen amid a sea of media trailers and the huge Twitter Live Assembly building. No, wait; that was where FriendFeed stood until Google +… Read More

  • Esther Dyson On The Future Of Space Travel: We Are Only At "The End Of The Beginning"

    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 Dyson says it’s only “the end of the beginning” and that private companies like Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, and Xcor will fill in the gap. I spoke with Dyson… Read More

  • Skype Services on Facebook

    TechCrunched: News Highlights In Under Two Minutes

    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 you the highlights. Take a look, have a listen and let us know what you think. Also, be sure to visit the below links for additional insights. Read More

  • Keen On… Loic Le Meur: Why Seesmic Isn't a Failure (TCTV)

    “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 of the Valley’s most skilled adaptors. Having founded Seesmic in 2008 as a video aggregation network, he then transformed it the next year into a popular consumer Twitter client before shifting it earlier… Read More

  • Loic Le Meur: American Start-up Entrepreneurs Have Nothing To Learn From Europe (TCTV)

    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 he came into the San Francisco TechcrunchTV studio last week was what American start-up entrepreneurs can learn from their European counterparts. Nothing, Loic told me. Except, perhaps, the ability to invite each… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang on Google+ Growth

    Gillmor Gang 7.2.11 (TCTV)

    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 be a hit, which means it is soon to reach the critical mass where all social software must graduate from high school to beyond. For now, the service appears like a broader reimplementation of Friendfeed, which some… Read More

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

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

    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 four letter words. It may not be safe around small children either. But for everyone else, you might enjoy watching this video over and over again. One of our popular TCTV shows is TC Cribs, where Jason Kincaid goes behind the scenes of a… Read More

  • Google+ Launched to Compete with Facebook

    TechCrunched: 90 Seconds Of Top Tech News (TCTV)

    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 a bit rough around the edges but hopefully the quick dose of news can get you caught up while on the run. Check it out and tell us what you think. In the meantime we’ll be iterating on TechCrunched. Below are the links to the… Read More

  • MakerBot's Bre Pettis on His Home Based 3D Printing Machine

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

    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 sounds impressive, think about this. Pettis thinks “it’s early days”—drawing comparisons to early PC’s like the Altair. About the size of a mini-fridge, the Makerbot ships for $1,299 and allows users… Read More

  • Keen On… Michael Fertik: Why Data is the New Oil and Why We, the Consumer, Aren't Benefitting From It

    As he told me when he came into our San Francisco studio earlier this week, CEO & Founder Michael Fertik is “ecstatic” about our new reputation economy. In today’s Web 3.0 personal data rich economy, reputation is replacing cash, Fertik believes. And he is confident that his company,, is well placed to become the new rating index of this… Read More

  • Keen On… Michael Fertik: Why People Will Pay for Privacy (TCTV)

    Will people pay for online privacy? Yes, they will – at least according to Michael Fertik, the founder and CEO of, one of the early leaders in the new online privacy ecosystem. Indeed, Fertik believes that privacy is the next big thing in the online economy – a necessary antidote to Reid Hoffman’s Web 3.0 economy of pervasive personal data. As Fertik told me… Read More

  • With Ten Million Videos Played, TechCrunch TV Turns One

    With Ten Million Videos Played, TechCrunch TV Turns One

    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 library. In addition to breaking news interviews and live special event coverage, we now produce 9 shows in San Francisco and New York. Last year in late June, TechCrunch had just moved into its new San… Read More

  • IBM's "Buildings Whisperer"

    IBM "Buildings Whisperer" Dave Bartlett On The Dumb Ways We Waste Energy

    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 of the Smarter Buildings division at IBM, Dave Bartlett, visited TechCrunch TV to talk about the stupid ways that people waste energy in medium to large buildings, and how the company’s new… Read More

  • Fly or Die on Color: The Ishtar of IPhone Apps

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

    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 March, when CEO Bill Nguyen joined us to defend the app ( you can watch that episode below, we both gave it a “die”). The company continues to struggle, so we decided to revisit our assessment in the new episode… Read More

  • Gillmor Gang on Windows Phone 7

    Gillmor Gang 6.25.11

    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 planet. I say celebrate because I think the trend is one that will continue, and even accelerate, as iOS notifications make interoperation between apps more useful. In the process, as @windley notes… Read More

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

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

    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 help you research your every ailment fail? I asked this to Adam Bosworth, the former Googler who originally created Google Health, a few weeks ago when he was in the TCTV studio to talk about his new… Read More

  • Keen On… James Gleick: Why Cyberspace, As a Mode of Being, Will Never Go Away (TCTV)

    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 new book The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood, the Internet is as transformative as the invention of the printing press or writing. “Cyberspace as a mode of being will never… Read More

  • Fly or Die on Blackberry Company's Financial Prospects

    Fly Or Die: Can RIM Survive?

    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 North. Plus, we have an extra special guest who, as Erick notes, will “build an app for any platform, even Windows Phone 7” but bailed on BBOS. As I wrote in my post, I wish it didn’t have… Read More

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