This is default featured post 1 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara -

This is default featured post 2 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara -

This is default featured post 3 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara -

This is default featured post 4 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara -

This is default featured post 5 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara -

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Nov 25 - New 'TechCrunch' feed email from

Hi there!
Here's the latest feed from TechCrunch.

Add to your contact list to make sure you receive all your emails
Make sure to visit to get more feeds sent to your inbox.
To find out which feeds you are subscribed to, or to get further help, just reply to this email.

Intralist Is A Site For Everyone Who Just Can't Get Enough Top Five Lists

Nov 25, 10:19PM

intralist Lists! Everybody loves ’em, right? I mean, even if you pretend that you don’t, I’m guessing you find yourself furtively clicking on “top five” or “top 10” articles every once in a while. So what about a site that’s built entirely around lists? That’s Intralist, in a nutshell. John Jaxheimer (formerly creative director at Sports… Read More

Box's Diversity Strategy Could Use Some Work And Transparency

Nov 25, 8:21PM

Eng Diversity Scholarship 2015-1 Last week, Box announced the winner of its third annual engineering diversity scholarship, Amanda Sopkin of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. As part of the scholarship, Box awarded Sopkin a $20,000 scholarship, and four female and/or minority students a $4,000 scholarship, a trip to Box HQ and a potential opportunity to intern at the company in the future. “I think… Read More

Help TurboRoo & His 3D-Printed Pawsthetics Project

Nov 25, 6:53PM

unnamed (5) Some of us, four legged friends included, hit some bad luck once in a while. Some have it harder than others. A good friend of mine, TurboRoo, has an interesting story to share and a new campaign to help others in his situation. Turbo was brought into a vet in 2014 to give up for adoption. He was 4 weeks old and was born without his front legs. Luckily, he was adopted by the awesome people… Read More

Zenefits Under Investigation For Allegedly Allowing Unlicensed Brokers To Sell Health Insurance

Nov 25, 6:44PM

zenefits 6 Cloud HR platform Zenefits may have allowed salespeople to illegally act as insurance agents in at least seven states. According to a Buzzfeed investigative report, the startup let unlicensed brokers sell health insurance, leading to at least one commissioner to investigate in Washington state. Those unlicensed solicitations go back to at least the summer of 2014, and the Washington state… Read More

Mad At All These Star Wars Spoilers? Install Star Wars Spoiler Blocker

Nov 25, 6:40PM

starwars There are two kinds of people: those who are sick of all this Star Wars news nonsense, and those who just want to avoid any spoiler before seeing Star Wars Episode VII. In both cases, you’re in luck because the Jitbit co-founders have something for you — the Star Wars Spoiler Blocker extension. Read More

Uber Chases The Perfect Ride With Back-To-Back Trips

Nov 25, 5:39PM

shutterstock_6701266 There’s a secret equation Uber is constantly trying to optimize, where Uber and the driver earn the most money possible while the passenger pays the least. Internally, I’ve heard Uber refers to this as “the perfect ride”. It might seem like the two halves of the equation fundamentally clash, and in a way they do, but the trick is in maximizing efficiency of every part… Read More

Apple's Holiday Ad Features Andra Day, Stevie Wonder And VoiceOver

Nov 25, 5:31PM

Screen Shot 2015-11-25 at 18.09.01 Named ‘Someday at Christmas,’ Apple just shared its holiday video ad ahead of Thanksgiving in the U.S. and the holiday season. Surprisingly, it doesn’t showcase Apple’s latest and greatest products. Instead, it focuses on music and family time. It also features Andra Day and Stevie Wonder. Read More

Bitfusion's New Cloud Adaptor Lets Developers Use GPUs And FPGAs In The Cloud

Nov 25, 5:30PM Disrupt Battlefield alum Bitfusion wants to help developers get to best compute performance out of their hardware, be it their legacy desktops or specialized high-performance compute clouds. With Boost, Bitfusion showed how it can speed up existing applications by optimizing their libraries for the hardware in a given machine. After testing Boost in private alpha for the last few… Read More

Deezer Introduces Family Plan, $16 For Up To 6 People

Nov 25, 5:01PM

deezer Shortly after indefinitely postponing its IPO, music streaming startup Deezer just announced a new family plan to keep up with the competition. You can now subscribe to a family plan for €14.99 per month ($16). For this price, you get six different profiles so that you can get sepratate playlists and music recommendations for each profile. Read More

Steve Wildstrom, Tech Journalist, Dies After Battle With Brain Cancer

Nov 25, 4:27PM

nevin_for_homepage Steve Wildstrom, a long time Business Week columnist and one of the first journalists to focus primarily on technology, died on November 24 of brain cancer. Wildstrom wrote the Technology & You for Business Week from 1994 to 2009. He was a larger-than-life figure in the world of journalism and, more specifically, tech journalism. His wife confirmed his death via Facebook. Born in… Read More

Google's Plan To Accelerate The Mobile Web Will Go Live Early Next Year

Nov 25, 3:45PM

google-amp-ex Google has plans to accelerate your web browsing on mobile devices, and we’ll start seeing the results of those efforts as early as next year, the company says. According to a new update regarding Google’s “AMP” project – or the “Accelerated Mobile Pages Project,” as it’s also known – thousands of publishers have expressed interest in… Read More

In Delivery Race, Deliv Scores Win with Walgreen's Deal

Nov 25, 3:26PM

Screen Shot 2015-11-24 at 11.16.47 PM With competition between same-day delivery startups as fierce as it’s ever been, every win counts. And today, Deliv, a three-year-old, 50-person, Menlo Park, Ca.-based startup, is putting one on the board with a new same-day prescription delivery deal with Walgreen’s. Right now, the service is relegated to Dallas, which has 67 store locations that will deliver prescription orders… Read More

What's Your Favorite New Startup of 2015?

Nov 25, 3:00PM

Best New Startup Crunches 2015 We have now entered the final stretches of one of the most exciting times of the year…and I am not referring to the holidays. The nominations for the 9th Annual Crunchies Award Show are open and we are in the final days of the nomination period that ends on Friday, December 4th, 2015 at 5PM. Read More

This Week On Bullish: Meeting Your Match Online

Nov 25, 3:00PM

Screen Shot 2015-11-25 at 8.46.25 AM Hello and welcome to Bullish, TechCrunch’s first talk show. This week we took a look at online dating, which was once a curiosity. It’s now just a bit more than that. In the wake of the recent Match Group public offering (the company owns Tinder, a popular dating app), eyes are back on the space. How much room is there in online dating? Is it better to go niche or big and enjoy… Read More

US E-Commerce Holiday Spend Will Reach $70B, Mobile Booms As Online Growth Slows To 9%

Nov 25, 2:53PM

online shopping e-commerce Ahead of the holiday sales season kicking off tomorrow online, comScore has published its annual e-commerce forecasts for the period between now and New Years. The researchers predict that collectively, U.S. consumers will spend $70 billion on sites like Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Apple and many others this season. While that number is up by 14% over the $61 billion spent in 2014, overall we… Read More

Now Another U.K. Carrier Is Eyeing Mobile Ad Controls

Nov 25, 1:04PM

adblock-ios1 U.K. carrier O2 is the latest tech firm to throw its hat into the ad-blocking ring, telling Business Insider it’s actively testing a technology that can block mobile ads at the network level. Read More

Fashion Startups On Show At Disrupt London, Dec 7-8

Nov 25, 10:59AM

LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 21:  Models walk the runway at the Burberry Prorsum Spring Summer 2016 fashion show during London Fashion Week on September 21, 2015 in London, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Catwalking/Getty Images) We’re continuing to announce speakers for our TechCrunch Disrupt London conference on December 7-8, 2015 (Agenda, Tickets). The conference will feature global startups, investors, amazing speakers and more. And one area we will zero in on is a strong suit for London: Fashion and tech. Here are our panelists for the discussion. Filipa Neto (Chic by Choice) Filipa Neto is co-founder and… Read More

After Falling Through The Series A Gap, Restaurant Delivery Startup Dine In Shutters

Nov 25, 9:11AM

Dine In It was nearly a year to this day that I first spoke to Evan Graj, founder and CEO of London-based restaurant delivery startup Dine In. Taking time out from attending the NOAH conference where he’d been pressing flesh with VCs, externally at least, I found him to be in buoyant mood. Read More

Sony Says It Has Now Sold More Than 30 Million PlayStation 4s

Nov 25, 8:57AM

PlayStation 4 With the U.S. holidays incoming, Sony has picked today to reveal that it has now sold more than 30 million PlayStation 4 consoles to date — over 30.2 million to be precise — putting it well ahead of its rivals in the video games race. Read More

China Punishes VPN Users In Its Rural Northwest By Cutting Their Mobile Service

Nov 25, 8:18AM

china China’s crackdown on VPNs, software that enables Internet users circumvent the country’s web censorship, continues unabated after the New York Times reported that VPN users in one part of the country had their mobile service cut entirely. Read More

If at any time you'd like to stop receiving these messages, just send an email to
To stop all future emails from you can reply to this email with STOP in the subject line. Thanks