I’ve been contributing to TechCrunch for a while now, and, it’s been a blast and a privilege. As 2011 ended, I reached out Erick and Jon Orlin (who runs TechCrunch TV) and shared some ideas I had for a TV show around technology and entrepreneurship. After many email debates, we settled on something we’re
The network we love to hate has made it a long way in the four years since we promised to never cover it again because of its ridiculous claims. Not only is it still on the air, but Herring Broadcasting has announced it will be adding a linear 3D channel to the existing handful of 3D channels that includes
Despite Mountain View’s efforts to the contrary, neither Google Wallet nor Offers, have yet to set the payment sector alight. That doesn’t mean the search giant’s throwing in the towel, as it vehemently expands the latter into five additional cities here in the United States. Residents of Charlotte,
Something makes you feel justified of a Porsche’s hefty pricetag when window shopping at your local dealership. But does this same mentality persist when viewing their new Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry smartphone? The device is set at $2,350, just enough to make a few jaws drop. We had
The next generation Microsoft Xbox 720 has been tipped to be shipping in late October or early November complete with six times the power in an AMD 6000 series GPU under the hood. There’ve been reports from several sources saying the same set of details, the most recent confirmation coming from
It may seem strange to think of productivity app Evernote as a platform, but with 20 million users and 9,000 apps built on the client, the three and a half-year old startup is a veritable apps ecosystem. Beyond this developer ecosystem, the company released five of its own simple and unique Evernote-based
Ready or not, Julian Assange is heading toward a TV set near you. Wikileaks announced this week that its controversy-embroiled founder will be getting his own TV show, in which he’ll be interviewing "key political players, thinkers and revolutionaries." Information on the series is light at present –
This morning, Parse.ly launched Dash, a content management system smart enough to make a blogger weep with joy. It analyzes the Web to show publishers what’s hot. It tracks trends within the site, revealing what works for the audience. It points out when old posts are getting popular again. It follows
Los aparatos de Kendall Research podrían hacer que la investigación optogenética sea mucho más práctica.
The guys from NimbleBit (developers of Tiny Tower, the game handpicked by Apple as iOS Game Of The Year) are on a bit of a tweeting spree tonight. In the past two hours or so, they’ve shined a light at least two lil’ gems. First: Zynga just launched a new iOS game, and it looks a lot like Tiny Tower.