CrunchWeek: YouTube Green, Earningspalooza, And #Jacklash

crunchweek-4-3 Matt: Hey, let’s talk about earnings on CrunchWeek. Megan: Drew: Can you please say that on the show, Megan? ——————– Welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek, TechCrunch’s weekly roundup show where we talk the biggest things in tech. This week we’re chatting about YouTube Red, Alphabet and Amazon earnings and Twitter Flight,… Read More

Designing New Mobile Experiences For The Music-Loving Generation

Apple-music As music fans go mobile, music festivals are following suit. The kids in America are rocking out to T-Swift with a Natty Lite in one hand and a mobile phone open to native festival apps in the other. Schedules, venue maps, artists and vendors are all in the palm of partygoers hands. And festivals are even designing other features specifically to engage the throngs of eager event-goers,… Read More

YouTube Gaming, Its Twitch Competitor, Set To Launch Tomorrow

3 Live Chat Back in June, YouTube announced that it would be getting into the gaming game and launch its own Twitch competitor called YouTube Gaming. Tomorrow will be that day (in the US and UK), we’ve learned. The site sits at Twitch is a site, acquired by Amazon, that lets you watch others play video games…or stream your games and broadcast your own show. The… Read More

Spare5 Raises $10M Series A Round For Its Mobile Mechanical Turk Service

spare5_turk Spare5 lets businesses outsource menial tasks like tagging and describing images, cleaning up data and classifying content to smartphone users who want to earn a few cents while standing at the bus station. It’s basically a mobile-centric version of Amazon’s Mechanical Turk and it now has another $10 million in the bank thanks to a Series A funding round led by Foundry Group,… Read More

Public Tech Companies Are Already Recovering From Brutal Stock Market Decline

stock market Things didn’t look good this morning. When stock markets opened, Facebook was down 12.1 percent, Apple was down 10 percent, Google was down 6.5 percent, etc. But public tech companies are already recovering from this brutal drop, with Apple leading the way. Read More

The One Thing Every Great Company Has In Common

wax seal Obscured in the valuation dust of the current unicorn stampede is a key question: What actually makes a great company great? What do the future Facebooks, Googles and Apples have in common — not to mention the current ones? Let’s take Google and Apple. Both have reached the pinnacle of business success. And some of their flagship products — like iPhone and Android —… Read More

Google Not Playing Nice With Apple Music Yet

16104170427_7770c50e17_k If you want to stream your music instead of buy tracks, there are more options than you can shake a stick at. You’ve got Spotify, Rdio, XBox Music (Microsoft), Amazon, Apple Music and Google Play just to name a few. One of the players, Google, which happens to have the world’s biggest search engine, has chosen to only recognize a few of them. Read More

Docker Makes Containers More Portable With New Networking Stack, Adds Plug-In Support

DSC00286 Docker is holding its developer conference in San Francisco today, so it’s no surprise that the company is rolling out quite a few updates to its software container solution. Maybe the biggest announcement of the day is the launch of the Open Container Project — an attempt to create a standard container format and runtime under the Linux Foundation that’s supported by the… Read More

Google Drops Cloud Computing Prices By Up To 30 Percent, Launches Preemptible Instances

PRY_22 Google today announced yet another round of price cuts for its cloud computing platform, as well as a new instance type that will allow businesses to save even more on some of their cloud computing tasks. Read More

ScaleFT Wants To Make Managing Public Clouds Safer, Raises $800K Seed Round

2015-05-11_1208 ScaleFT, a new devops startup founded by a number of former RackSpace executives and engineers, today announced that it has raised an $800,000 seed round with a strategic investment by Rackspace and participation from a number of angel investors, including CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi (who himself previously worked at Rackspace). Read More
15 visitors online now
1 guests, 14 bots, 0 members
Max visitors today: 33 at 12:10 pm EST
This month: 85 at 11-24-2015 09:12 am EST
This year: 127 at 10-21-2015 06:30 am EDT
All time: 279 at 10-18-2013 05:24 am EDT
Get Adobe Flash player