Gabi gets $9.5M to help car and home owners find better insurance once it’s available
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Gabi gets $9.5M to help car and home owners find better insurance once it’s available

If you own a car or home, one of the biggest challenges you’ll face is finding the right insurance plan that’ll cover everything you need and save you…

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Signal expands into the Signal Foundation with $50M from WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton
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Signal expands into the Signal Foundation with $50M from WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton

Perhaps the most surprising thing I learned about Signal when I spoke with Moxie Marlinspike, the encrypted chat service’s creator, last year at Disrupt, was that it was…

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A system to tell good fake bokeh from bad
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A system to tell good fake bokeh from bad

The pixel-peepers over at DxOMark have shared some of the interesting metrics and techniques they use to judge the quality of a smartphone’s artificial bokeh, or background blur…

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Tenor hits 12B searches in its GIF keyboard every month
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Tenor hits 12B searches in its GIF keyboard every month

David McIntosh’s startup Tenor builds a GIF keyboard — but he actually hopes you’ll spend as little time searching on it as possible. Instead, Tenor’s aim has been…

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Instagram Direct one-ups Snapchat with replay privacy controls
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Instagram Direct one-ups Snapchat with replay privacy controls

Messaging is the heart of Snapchat, so after cloning and augmenting Stories, Instagram is hoping to boost intimate usage of Direct with privacy controls not found elsewhere. Now…

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Facebook’s plan to unite AR, VR and News Feed with 3D posts
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Facebook’s plan to unite AR, VR and News Feed with 3D posts

What if you could digitally sculpt a 3D object and share it on Facebook, play with it in virtual reality or insert it into your world with augmented…

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Wikipedia’s free-to-access program for developing countries is being sunset
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Wikipedia’s free-to-access program for developing countries is being sunset

A half-dozen years after launching Wikipedia Zero, The Wikimedia Foundation is sunsetting the program. Announced in 2012, it was the result of partnerships with mobile carriers, designed to…

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HTC’s smartphone chief and ex-CFO, Chialin Chang, resigns
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HTC’s smartphone chief and ex-CFO, Chialin Chang, resigns

HTC’s smartphone and connected devices president and former CFO, Chialin Chang, has resigned. The move, spotted earlier by Engadget, was announced today and is effective immediately. Chang joined…

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Adikteev raises $12 million for its mobile marketing platform
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Adikteev raises $12 million for its mobile marketing platform

French startup Adikteev raised a $12 million funding round led by Ring Capital and BNP Paribas Développement, with existing investors ISAI, Ventech and Laurent Asscher also participating. It’s…

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How Chrome’s built-in ad blocker will work when it goes live tomorrow
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How Chrome’s built-in ad blocker will work when it goes live tomorrow

Chrome’s built-in ad blocker will go live tomorrow. It’s the first time Google will automatically block some ads in Chrome, but while quite a few online publishers are…

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Overtime gets $9.5M to build a new style of sports network that young people will actually watch
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Overtime gets $9.5M to build a new style of sports network that young people will actually watch

ESPN may be going from a sure-fire cable bounty to something that needs a little more flexibility in a cord-cutting era — like launching a new streaming service in 2018.…

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Facebook should actually be Tinder too
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Facebook should actually be Tinder too

There’s beauty in the double-blind opt-in. That’s the way you match with someone on Tinder. You like them, they like you, you both find out and get connected.…

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How ad-free subscriptions could solve Facebook
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How ad-free subscriptions could solve Facebook

At the core of Facebook’s “well-being” problem is that its business is directly coupled with total time spent on its apps. The more hours you pass on the…

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This new text bomb crashes most Mac and iOS apps with a single Unicode symbol
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This new text bomb crashes most Mac and iOS apps with a single Unicode symbol

TechCrunch has learned of a potentially serious new bug affecting a wide range of Apple devices. During their development work on an international news feed, software engineers at…

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As tech automates, Blinkist keeps its book summary service very human
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As tech automates, Blinkist keeps its book summary service very human

When I first heard of Blinkist, a service that breaks down recent nonfiction books to easily digestible snippets and audio, I was afraid it would turn out to…

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Uber is reportedly preparing to sell its Southeast Asian business to Grab
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Uber is reportedly preparing to sell its Southeast Asian business to Grab

Uber is preparing to sell its Southeast Asian business to Grab in exchange for a stake in the Singaporean ridesharing company that has a big presence in that…

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Google’s Project Fi now offers data coverage in 170 countries
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Google’s Project Fi now offers data coverage in 170 countries

Project Fi, Google’s multi-network cell service, now provides you with data coverage in 170 countries. That’s up from the 135 countries in which the company has long offered…

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France’s telecom regulator thinks net neutrality should also apply to devices
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France’s telecom regulator thinks net neutrality should also apply to devices

The ARCEP, France’s equivalent of the FCC in the U.S., wants to go beyond telecommunications companies. While many regulatory authorities have focused on carriers and internet service providers,…

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Snap CEO Evan Spiegel basically says the Snapchat redesign is here to stay
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Snap CEO Evan Spiegel basically says the Snapchat redesign is here to stay

Despite a lot of backlash over a big redesign for the Snapchat app — which to be sure is a very big deal for a product-centric company like…

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Pinterest will finally let you rearrange your pins
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Pinterest will finally let you rearrange your pins

Good morning and happy Wednesday, everyone! Here is a thing that falls under Today In Very Good Things: Pinterest is going to, finally, finally, let you move pins around…

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Snapchat finally gives creators analytics
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Snapchat finally gives creators analytics

Snapchat has always been terrible at analytics, only showing daily Story view counts that content creators had to screenshot just before they disappeared every 24 hours in order…

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MIT’s new chip could bring neural nets to battery-powered gadgets
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MIT’s new chip could bring neural nets to battery-powered gadgets

MIT researchers have developed a chip designed to speed up the hard work of running neural networks, while also reducing the power consumed when doing so dramatically – by…

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Google takes AMP beyond basic posts with its new story format
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Google takes AMP beyond basic posts with its new story format

For the most part, Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages project was about what its name implies: accelerating mobile pages. Unsurprisingly, that mostly meant quickly loading and rendering existing articles…

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Bilingual? Tarjimly lets you help a refugee or aid worker right now
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Bilingual? Tarjimly lets you help a refugee or aid worker right now

All over the world, language barriers are limiting the ability of refugees and immigrants to seek help, and aid workers to provide it. Tarjimly is a new service…

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Why Google Stories will save, not screw, Snapchat Discover
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Why Google Stories will save, not screw, Snapchat Discover

Snapchat has a new ally or enemy depending on how you look at Google’s new mobile magazine format, but the social app is welcoming the search giant. Google’s…

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Facebook is pushing its data-tracking Onavo VPN within its main mobile app
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Facebook is pushing its data-tracking Onavo VPN within its main mobile app

Onavo Protect, the VPN client from the data-security app maker acquired by Facebook back in 2013, has now popped up in the Facebook app itself, under the banner…

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What to expect from Mobile World Congress 2018
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What to expect from Mobile World Congress 2018

The world’s largest phone show is set for Barcelona later this month, and it’s shaping up to be an interesting one — particularly in the wake of what…

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Amazon may be developing AI chips for Alexa
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Amazon may be developing AI chips for Alexa

The Information has a report this morning that Amazon is working on building AI chips for the Echo, which would allow Alexa to more quickly parse information and…

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Facebook Messenger’s ‘Your Emoji’ status tells friends what’s up
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Facebook Messenger’s ‘Your Emoji’ status tells friends what’s up

Want to let friends know you’re trying to party, hit the gym, focus on work or grab a drink? That’s the idea behind a powerful new feature Facebook…

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Twitter is now worth more than Snap
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Twitter is now worth more than Snap

Adding to what’s already a Very Weird 2018, Twitter now has a bigger market cap than Snapchat maker Snap after posting a thoroughly interesting earnings beat for its fourth…

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Script’s app lets parents digitally sign school permission slips and pay for field trips
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Script’s app lets parents digitally sign school permission slips and pay for field trips

Schools are often late to taking advantage of new technologies, so today still do much of their business over paper forms. One pain point in particular – for…

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Snapchat starts selling $10+ captionable AR masks for events
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Snapchat starts selling $10+ captionable AR masks for events

By combining augmented reality with your customizable captions, Snapchat hopes you’ll share more from birthdays and weddings while earning it a little money. Today Snapchat launches Custom Lenses,…

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What to expect from Samsung’s next Galaxy flagships
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What to expect from Samsung’s next Galaxy flagships

It’s that time of year again. Samsung is getting ready to unpack some shiny new high end smartphones at the world’s biggest mobile confab. And Android fans are…

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How Reggie Brown invented Snapchat
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How Reggie Brown invented Snapchat

Reggie Brown carefully ran his fingers over the blunt, admiring its tightly rolled perfection. It was almost a shame to smoke such a work of art. He leaned…

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Facebook confirms test of a downvote button for flagging comments
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Facebook confirms test of a downvote button for flagging comments

How can Facebook promote meaningful interaction between users? By letting them downvote inappropriate comments to hide them. Facebook is now testing a downvote button on a limited set…

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Snapchat almost acqui-hired anonymous app Secret
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Snapchat almost acqui-hired anonymous app Secret

Evan Spiegel secretly tried to hire away the team at Secret, but the price was too high. That’s according to three sources familiar with the deal who spoke…

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Script’s app lets parents digitally sign school permission slips, pay for field trips
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Script’s app lets parents digitally sign school permission slips, pay for field trips

Schools are often late to taking advantage of new technologies, so today still do much of their business over paper forms. One pain point in particular – for…

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Twitter’s fourth-quarter results: The TechCrunch Review
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Twitter’s fourth-quarter results: The TechCrunch Review

Here at TechCrunch, we cover company earnings on a pretty regular basis. And we promise it’s for a good reason: The success and failure of these publicly-traded companies…

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WhatsApp has launched person-to-person payments into beta in India
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WhatsApp has launched person-to-person payments into beta in India

WhatsApp has begun testing a new payments feature in India that will allow people to send money to other WhatsApp users, excluding merchant accounts. The feature is currently…

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Apple addresses iOS source code leak, says it appears to be tied to three-year-old software
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Apple addresses iOS source code leak, says it appears to be tied to three-year-old software

Earlier this week, iOS source code showed up on GitHub, raising concerns that hackers could find a way to comb the material for vulnerabilities. Apple has confirmed with…

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Instagram tests resharing of others’ posts to your Story
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Instagram tests resharing of others’ posts to your Story

Instagram purposefully lacks a “Regram” button to promote original sharing, but it’s easing up on that philosophy when it comes to Stories. Instagram now confirms to TechCrunch that…

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Tinder is launching a new location-based feature set this year
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Tinder is launching a new location-based feature set this year

Tinder will launch a series of new features based on location in 2018, its parent company Match Group revealed during this week’s Q4 2017 earnings. The dating app…

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‘Instagram for classwork’ Seesaw in 1/2 of US schools
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‘Instagram for classwork’ Seesaw in 1/2 of US schools

Kids don’t try their hardest unless they think someone’s watching. Overcrowded classrooms and distracted parents can make pouring effort into school work feel pointless. But Seesaw‘s app turns…

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Apple continues to dominate the tablet market as sales decline once again
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Apple continues to dominate the tablet market as sales decline once again

Bitcoin and crypto aren’t the only things on the decline, sales of tablet devices once again dropped in 2017, according to new data. Figures from analyst firm IDC…

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The NYT debuts its first augmented reality-enhanced story on iOS
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The NYT debuts its first augmented reality-enhanced story on iOS

Apple’s investment in AR technologies has been ushering in a new wave of apps, from those that let you perform more practical tasks – like visualizing furniture placement…

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Patreon Lens is Snapchat for creators’ paid fans only
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Patreon Lens is Snapchat for creators’ paid fans only

Exclusive content is how creators get patrons to pay them a monthly subscription fee on Patreon, so the startup is equipping them with a Snapchat-like tool to turn…

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Appeals court rules that Tinder’s pricing violates age discrimination laws
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Appeals court rules that Tinder’s pricing violates age discrimination laws

A California appeals court has sided with Allan Candelore, a man suing Tinder over the pricing for its premium service, Tinder Plus. Specifically, Candelore and his lawyers argued…

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Samsung topples Intel to become the world’s largest chipmaker
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Samsung topples Intel to become the world’s largest chipmaker

Samsung has ended Intel’s 25-year run as the world’s biggest seller of chipsets after it posted its 2017 end of year financials. The Korean tech giant’s chipset division…

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Snapchat slips in features like fonts and do not disturb amidst redesign
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Snapchat slips in features like fonts and do not disturb amidst redesign

Snap is waking up to the “Time Well Spent” movement Facebook is already addressing. Snapchat is offering a way to mute specific people without formally blocking them. Meanwhile,…

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Facebook survives Q4 despite slowest daily user growth ever
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Facebook survives Q4 despite slowest daily user growth ever

Despite worries about Russia and that passive News Feed scrolling hurts us, Facebook beat expectations again in its Q4 2017 earnings report. Facebook now has 1.4 billion daily…

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Facebook’s U.S. user count declines as it prioritizes well-being
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Facebook’s U.S. user count declines as it prioritizes well-being

Facebook is putting its short-term money where its mouth is, reducing the presence of viral videos in an effort to boost well-being of users of its site. In…

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WhatsApp hits 1.5 billion monthly users. $19B? Not so bad.
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WhatsApp hits 1.5 billion monthly users. $19B? Not so bad.

Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp sounds smarter and smarter. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on the Q4 2017 earnings call today that WhatsApp now has 1.5 billion users…

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NIH study links cell phone radiation to cancer in male rats
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NIH study links cell phone radiation to cancer in male rats

New studies from the National Institutes of Health — specifically the National Toxicology Program — find that cell phone radiation is potentially linked with certain forms of cancer,…

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How Facebook stole the news business
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How Facebook stole the news business

Big news outlets stupidly sold their soul to Facebook. Desperate for the referral traffic Facebook dangled, they spent the past few years jumping through its hoops only to…

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Foxconn to plug at least $340M into AI R&D over five years
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Foxconn to plug at least $340M into AI R&D over five years

Manufacturing giant Foxconn has said it will make a major investment in artificial intelligence-based RD as it looks for new business growth opportunities in a cooling global smartphone…

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Snapchat’s new Snap Store teases in-app commerce potential
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Snapchat’s new Snap Store teases in-app commerce potential

Snap Inc. just launched a merchandise store. The goal isn’t to make money yet, but it proves the potential for an in-app commerce platform for other brands. Today…

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Alphabet is tumbling after a fourth quarter whiff and names John Hennessy as new board chair
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Alphabet is tumbling after a fourth quarter whiff and names John Hennessy as new board chair

Google parent company Alphabet’s big run over the past few months came to a screeching halt today after it came out with its fourth-quarter results, which fell beneath…

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Apple’s $1T dreams are on hold as it misses on iPhone sales in the holiday quarter
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Apple’s $1T dreams are on hold as it misses on iPhone sales in the holiday quarter

Apple’s dream of becoming a $1 trillion company will have to wait — at least for a little while. But while iPhone sales this year were about flat…

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Mobile delivers high exit multiples despite broader market slowdown
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Mobile delivers high exit multiples despite broader market slowdown

Jason Rowley is a venture capital and technology reporter for Crunchbase News. In the world of mobile apps, numbers come in two sizes: big and bigger. More than…

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Prodigy raises $5.4M to unify the in-store and online car-buying experience
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Prodigy raises $5.4M to unify the in-store and online car-buying experience

If you’ve ever tried to buy a car, there’s a good chance that a lot of your research has shifted online as it’s become easier and easier to…

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Medumo tries working out how to best nudge patients to prepare for procedures
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Medumo tries working out how to best nudge patients to prepare for procedures

Medumo co-founder Adeel Yang has plenty of first-hand experience dealing with cancellations for procedures and appointments as a physician — but it’s been a problem that’s a deceptively…

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SoftBank buys into Line’s mobile service in Japan
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SoftBank buys into Line’s mobile service in Japan

SoftBank is partnering up with messaging app Line to help develop its Line Mobile telecom service. Line announced that it has agreed to allow SoftBank to take a…

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Actress Maisie Williams to launch Daisie, a social app for talent discovery and collaboration
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Actress Maisie Williams to launch Daisie, a social app for talent discovery and collaboration

Actress Maisie Williams, best known for her role as Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, is the latest celeb to venture into tech entrepreneurship, with the launch of…

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Polymail looks to unify business email tools into a single web app
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Polymail looks to unify business email tools into a single web app

If you’re more of a Gmail power user (or even semi-power user) and other email services geared toward work, you’ve probably installed plenty of plugins like Rapportive to…

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Snapchat enhances Bitmoji with 1.9 septillion avatar options
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Snapchat enhances Bitmoji with 1.9 septillion avatar options

Now you can customize your Snapchat Bitmoji avatar with 40 skin tones, 50 hair colors, 50 hair treatment options and more so it looks just like you no…

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Pinterest hires a new head of computer vision
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Pinterest hires a new head of computer vision

As Pinterest increasingly tries to sell itself as a startup specialized in computer vision that it plugs into visual discovery, it’s continuing to pick up additional pieces to…

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Mammoth Media, the startup behind chat fiction app Yarn, raises $13M
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Mammoth Media, the startup behind chat fiction app Yarn, raises $13M

Mammoth Media has raised a $13 million Series A funding to create what it calls “entertainment experiences for the mobile-first generation.” Mammoth is not the first startup to…

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Intel reportedly notified Chinese companies of chip security flaw before the U.S. government
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Intel reportedly notified Chinese companies of chip security flaw before the U.S. government

Intel is not having that great of year thus far in the face of a slew of information about security flaws in it hardware coming out — and…

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The iPhone X was the top shipping smartphone over the holidays, according to analysts
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The iPhone X was the top shipping smartphone over the holidays, according to analysts

Apple hasn’t been been particularly transparent about the iPhone X’s numbers, in part because it’s a bit of a tricky new model. For starters, it’s a $999 phone.…

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Cambassy lets you be your country’s digital ambassador
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Cambassy lets you be your country’s digital ambassador

Cambassy is a new app that lets you share the favorite things about your town, city or country. You can think of it as a sort of breadcrumb…

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Facebook acquires biometric ID verification startup Confirm.io
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Facebook acquires biometric ID verification startup Confirm.io

Facebook has confirmed to TechCrunch that it’s acquired… Confirm.io. The startup offered an API that let other companies quickly verify someone’s government-issued identification card, like a driver’s license,…

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Snapchat VP of Product Tom Conrad will disappear from tech
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Snapchat VP of Product Tom Conrad will disappear from tech

One of Snap CEO Evan Spiegel’s top lieutenants Tom Conrad will leave Snapchat, and the whole tech industry, in March. Coming roughly two years after he joined the…

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Xiaomi beats Samsung to top spot in India’s smartphone market
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Xiaomi beats Samsung to top spot in India’s smartphone market

Xiaomi couldn’t have wished for better timing of two reports that claim it has toppled Samsung to become India’s top-selling smartphone company. The Chinese firm, which is reportedly…

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Research into full-body tracking at Facebook hints at broader AR/VR ambitions
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Research into full-body tracking at Facebook hints at broader AR/VR ambitions

It’s no secret that Facebook is big on both AR and VR, both for entertainment and communication purposes. And new research suggests it is working on AR applications…

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Annual smartphone shipments in China declined for the first time in 2017
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Annual smartphone shipments in China declined for the first time in 2017

China’s smartphone market is no longer growing after it witnessed its first annual decline in shipments during 2017, according to new figures released today. The writing was on the…

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Google experiments in local news with an app called Bulletin
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Google experiments in local news with an app called Bulletin

Google is testing a tool called Bulletin that would allow anyone to publish local news stories and events, according to a report from Slate, which Google later confirmed.…

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Robinhood adds zero-fee cryptocurrency trading and tracking
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Robinhood adds zero-fee cryptocurrency trading and tracking

No-commission stock trading app Robinhood will let you buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum without any added transaction fees starting in February, compared to Coinbase’s 1.5 to 4…

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Apple could be redesigning the iBooks app
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Apple could be redesigning the iBooks app

As AppleInsider first spotted, the first beta of iOS 11.3 includes a subtle change. iBooks is now called Books. And Mark Gurman thinks it could be the sign…

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Google Play hit record 19 billion+ downloads in Q4 2017, its highest quarter ever
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Google Play hit record 19 billion+ downloads in Q4 2017, its highest quarter ever

Smartphone adoption in emerging markets just delivered the highest number of app downloads Google Play has ever seen in a quarter. According to today’s report from App Annie,…

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Apple previews iOS 11.3’s new Animojis and battery service warnings
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Apple previews iOS 11.3’s new Animojis and battery service warnings

More big news out of Apple this morning. The company’s offering up a preview of what’s to come in the latest version of its mobile operating system. The…

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Apple wants to gather all your medical records in the Health app
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Apple wants to gather all your medical records in the Health app

Apple announced a new health effort as part of iOS 11.3. The new Health Records section in the Health app lets you gather and view all your medical…

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Apple to take on messaging rivals with launch of Business Chat
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Apple to take on messaging rivals with launch of Business Chat

Apple is preparing to roll out a new feature in iMessage that will allow consumers to chat directly with businesses through Apple’s messaging platform. The feature, called Business…

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Netflix is now worth more than $100B
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Netflix is now worth more than $100B

Netflix crossed a fun milestone today, crossing the $100 billion mark for its market cap as it once again surprised industry observers with better-than-expected growth in its subscribers.…

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Here’s how Vine replacement v2 will work
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Here’s how Vine replacement v2 will work

First, don’t call it “Vine Two”. Details are starting to emerge about v2, the forthcoming video app built to replace Vine by its former co-founder Dom Hofmann. TechCrunch…

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Letgo takes on Craigslist with addition of housing listings
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Letgo takes on Craigslist with addition of housing listings

Everyone wants to be the Craigslist killer. In November, Facebook expanded its Marketplace section to include partners’ housing rentals alongside secondhand merchandise, and today the number three shopping…

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Toyota and Lexus vehicles will finally start getting CarPlay this year
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Toyota and Lexus vehicles will finally start getting CarPlay this year

Toyota has been a holdout from CarPlay, Apple’s in-dash infotainment system that works with your iPhone. The automaker and its luxury brand Lexus have yet to offer it…

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WhatsApp officially launches its app for businesses in select markets
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WhatsApp officially launches its app for businesses in select markets

WhatsApp today officially launched its new WhatsApp Business app in select markets, including Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S., ahead of its planned worldwide rollout. The addition…

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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards
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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards

Yahoo Finance today launched a new app called Tanda that allows small groups of either five or nine people to save money together for short-term goals. The app…

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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards
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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards

Yahoo Finance today launched a new app called Tanda that allows small groups of either five or nine people to save money together for short-term goals. The app…

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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards
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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards

Yahoo Finance today launched a new app called Tanda that allows small groups of either five or nine people to save money together for short-term goals. The app…

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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards
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Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards

Yahoo Finance today launched a new app called Tanda that allows small groups of either five or nine people to save money together for short-term goals. The app…

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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book
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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book

“When people view VR, it’s an over-sensory experience like ‘What the fuck?!’ ” will.i.am says, wildly spinning his head around as you can see in the GIF below.…

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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book
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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book

“When people view VR, it’s an over-sensory experience like ‘What the fuck?!’ ” will.i.am says, wildly spinning his head around as you can see in the GIF below.…

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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book
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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book

“When people view VR, it’s an over-sensory experience like ‘What the fuck?!’ ” will.i.am says, wildly spinning his head around as you can see in the GIF below.…

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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book
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Inside Oculus and Black Eyed Peas’ VR comic book

“When people view VR, it’s an over-sensory experience like ‘What the fuck?!’ ” will.i.am says, wildly spinning his head around as you can see in the GIF below.…

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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet
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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet

Today’s nationwide Women’s March attendees will advocate for voter registration through every conceivable social network, so one of its planning organizations has allied with a new app that…

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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet
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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet

Today’s nationwide Women’s March attendees will advocate for voter registration through every conceivable social network, so one of its planning organizations has allied with a new app that…

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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet
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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet

Today’s nationwide Women’s March attendees will advocate for voter registration through every conceivable social network, so one of its planning organizations has allied with a new app that…

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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet
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Women’s March embraces collaborative social app Crunchet

Today’s nationwide Women’s March attendees will advocate for voter registration through every conceivable social network, so one of its planning organizations has allied with a new app that…

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South Korea, Italy also calling out Apple for slowing iPhones
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South Korea, Italy also calling out Apple for slowing iPhones

Apple continues to get into hot water over a power management feature that throttles performance on older iPhones to avoid unexpected battery shutdowns. A South Korean consumer group…

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