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  1. TechCrunch - Group-edited blog about technology start-ups, particularly the Web 2.0 sector.
  2. TechCrunch: A Look Back on Symbian on the Eve of its Demise - Overview of the operating system from the beginnings to the last Nokia phone shipped with it.
  3. Techcrunch - Traduction en français du célèbre blog américain sur l'actualité du Web 2.0. Le traducteur y ajoute également quelques news spécifiquement françaises.
  4. TechCrunch - Group-edited weblog about technology start-ups, particularly the Web 2.0 sector.
  5. After The Regretsy and Diaspora Account Freezes, We've Lost Confidence In PayPal - PayPal has made several contested account freezes of legitimate causes. [TechCrunch]
  6. Microsoft Reader E-Book System Comes To Its Conclusion - TechCrunch - Article describes the beginning and the end of the MS Reader.
  7. TechCrunch: Innovate Or Die: Nokia’s Long-Drawn-Out Decline - Looking for the reasons behind Nokia's fall: choosing Windows Phone.
  8. TechCrunch: Jolla’s Sailfish Rises From MeeGo’s Ashes As Company Signs First Carrier Deal With DNA - Announcement of the deal and review of the plans.
  9. TechCrunch: Nokia Confirms Microsoft Partnership, New Leadership Team, Organizational Changes - Details of the new partnership.
  10. TechCrunch: Nokia Confirms The PureView Was Officially The Last Symbian Phone - Nokia confirmed that the 808 PureView was the very last device that the company would make on the Symbian platform.
  11. TechCrunch: Symbian Goes Open Source - Courtesy of Nokia - News of the announcement by Nokia that they will be acquiring the remaining 52% of Symbian they don’t own and will be releasing the complete Symbian platform under the Eclipse open source license.
  12. TechCrunch: Jumping Off The Burning Platform: Nokia Knew It Was Stuck On WP7 When It Signed On - The consequences of the first Nokia handsets running Windows Phone remaining stuck on version 7 with no upgrade path to WP8.
  13. PayPal Restores Zivity's Account After Saying It Was Obscene, But Now It's Not - PayPal freezes accounts of social network for models, claiming it was "selling adult-oriented digital materials", resolved shortly after coverage by NBC. [TechCrunch]
  14. Eight Social Networking Sites for Men Who Love Men - Overview of social websites of interest to Gay men.
  15. CrunchGear: A Brief Explanation Of Why Minecraft Matters - Devin Coldewey on the game's success, the suicidal business model, and what it means for the industry.
  16. Tech Crunch: OpenStreetMap Grows, Spawns Ecosystem - Guest post by Ed Freyfogle, co-founder of property search engine Nestoria, explaining how the project has grown.


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    TechCrunch


    TechCrunch
    TechCrunch Logo 2013.png
    Web address TechCrunch.com
    Commercial? Yes
    Type of site Technology news and analysis
    Registration None
    Available language(s) English, French, Japanese
    Owner AOL[1]
    Created by Michael Arrington, Keith Teare
    Editor Eric Eldon and Alexia Tsotsis
    Launched June 11, 2005
    Revenue US$2.4 million (2007 est.)[2]
    Alexa rank negative increase 381 (December 2013)[3]
    Current status Active

    TechCrunch is a news website focused on information technology companies, ranging in size from startups to established NASDAQ-100 firms. It was founded by Michael Arrington in 2005. On September 28, 2010, at its TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, AOL announced that it would[4] acquire TechCrunch.[5] The transaction was rumored to be between $25m and $40m.[6]

    In 2011, the site came under fire for possible ethics violations,[7] leading to Arrington's departure. Other writers, including Paul Carr[8] and Sarah Lacy,[9] followed suit.

    Logo used by TechCrunch from 2005-2011
    Logo used by TechCrunch from 2011-2013


    TechCrunch TechCrunch Disrupt


    TechCrunch Disrupt is an annual conference hosted by TechCrunch in San Francisco,[10] New York City[11] and Beijing,[12] which began in 2011 and is where some technology startups launch their products and services competing on stage in front of venture capital potential investors, media and other interested parties.


    TechCrunch CrunchBase


    TechCrunch operates CrunchBase which is a database of technology companies and start-ups, which comprises around 500,000 data points profiling companies, people, funds, fundings and events. The company claims to have more than 50,000 active contributors. In addition members of the public, subject to registration, can make submissions however all changes are subject to review by a moderator before being accepted. Data is constantly reviewed by editors to ensure it is up to date. CrunchBase says it has 2 million users accessing its database each month.[13]

    AOL is in dispute with start-up Pro Populi over that group's use of the entire CrunchBase dataset with apps it has developed, one of which is known as People+. Pro Populi is being represented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.[14]


    TechCrunch Crunchies


    The Crunchies is an award ceremony, run by TechCrunch,which celebrates the most compelling startups, internet and technology innovations of the year. [15]


    TechCrunch References


    1. ^ "Products & Services". AOL Corp. Retrieved 11 April 2012. "Other notable brands under the AOL umbrella include Moviefone, Engadget, TechCrunch, Patch, and Stylelist." 
    2. ^ Fred Vogelstein. "Wired profile". Wired.com. Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
    3. ^ "Techcrunch.com Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2013-12-01. 
    4. ^ AOL Corporate Blog. "AOL to acquire TechCrunch network of sites". 
    5. ^ AOL CEO Tim Armstrong. "We Got TechCrunch". 
    6. ^ Business Insider. "AOL Insider Says TechCrunch Price Only $25 Million – CNBC Says $40 Million". 
    7. ^ New York Times. "Michael Arrington's Audacious Adventure". 
    8. ^ AdWeek. "TechCruncher Quits, Slams New Editor—On TechCrunch". 
    9. ^ Kara Swisher, AllThingsD. "Sarah Lacy Debuts New Tech Site, PandoDaily — $2M+ in Funding and Guess Who’s Working for Her?". 
    10. ^ "The first TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco". 
    11. ^ "The first TechCrunch Disrupt New York". 
    12. ^ "The first TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing". 
    13. ^ "CrunchBase, People+, and the EFF". CrunchBase. Retrieved 2013-12-07. 
    14. Wired. Retrieved 2013-12-07. 
    15. ^ "Crunchies 2014". 

    TechCrunch External links





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