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In just a few weeks, Google Reader goes down for the count.
Before you migrate your feeds, let’s look at how Feedly and Netvibes — my favorite …
Tunigo's app will remain inside Spotify and its team will move to Spotify's offices in Stockholm and New York.
Back in late February, top Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox struck a deal to let Seattle startup CoinLab handle its U.S. operations. But now what looked like it would be a beautiful friendship has turned into an ugly mess.
The campaign is the brainchild of entrepreneur Dorrian Porter, who has been fascinated and inspired by Tesla for several years.
Business social network LinkedIn just posted its Q1 2013 earnings, and while the results trumped expectations, investors seem a bit spooked because it issued weak guidance.
Microsoft's decision to get rid of Hotmail and replace it with Outlook.com appears to have paid off.
Ever felt like your favorite music app just doesn't get you? With its latest iPhone app, Songza wants to get to know you better than ever and help find the perfect music for your mood or activity.
Intel's board of directors has named COO Brian Krzanich as the company's new CEO, succeeding retiring CEO Paul Otellini.
Exciting public-data-search startup Enigma has won TechCrunch Disrupt NY's Startup Battlefield amid strong competition.
Editor's Pick Most startup founders fresh off raising $15 million from Andreessen Horowitz would show up at a tech conference ready to prove themselves further. Not Rap Genius.
Transportation startups are a hot thing now, but the space is a battleground, and the tension was clear to see onstage today at TechCrunch Disrupt.
All the developers and consumers out there who hate Apple's iCloud might have a new favorite service with NimbusBase, a new startup that helps sync user data across app platforms.
New York VC Fred Wilson shared his thoughts today on what makes good founders and what you shouldn't do in a pitch meeting.
After only being available to select businesses for about a year, Twitter Ads is now available to almost all U.S. companies that want to use it.
All-star investor Fred Wilson has weighed in on the ongoing saga of location-based service Foursquare and whether the company is in trouble. He says the company is fine.
Enterprise social network Tibbr has had a strong emphasis on mobile access for some time but today it has taken another step forward with newly designed apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry 10.
Real estate modeling and the digital mapping of commercial spaces isn't the most exciting concept, but New York startup Floored's 3D space modeling is so cool that it might change that.
Guest Post While the JOBS Act has had problems with being implemented, the crowdfunding movement has still seen explosive growth.
Digital magazine app Flipboard faces tough challenges with generating revenue and bringing in new users. Still, Flipboard founder and CEO Mike McCue said today that the company is growing quickly and now has "56 million readers."