The public battle between two prominent tech insiders has divided the Silicon Valley community.
Automattic, the company behind 63 million Wordpress blogs, and Janrain announced a partnership this morning that will bring social login, profile storage, and user analytics to its premium blogging clients.
Tapjoy could be in hot water with Apple again, but first it’s going to war with Michael Arrington.
Tickets go on sale today for the 6th Annual Crunchies Awards, which will be held January 31, 2013. It’s not too late to nominate your startup for the awards!
Startups, start your engines! We are now accepting nominations for the 6th Annual Crunchies Awards, which celebrate technology innovation, entrepreneurship, and startups.
Editor’s Pick The startups presenting at TechCrunch Disrupt have yet to outshine min- cupcakes.
There wasn’t much explanation given yesterday when TechCrunch editor-in-chief Erick Schonfeld stepped down. But a scoop from PaidContent this afternoon reveals why AOL might have been looking to shake things up. Traffic has fallen almost 35% since founder Mike Arrington left and Schonfeld took over in September of 2011.
It’s time to get excited for The Crunchies Awards. The final line-up of notable guests has been released, making us all the more excited to co-host this star-studded event.
AOL has lost another executive, as TechCrunch‘s chief executive office Heather Harde leaves the blog AOL bought in 2010.
Update: That was quick! Tickets have already sold out. The next batch will go on sale before the holidays, so stay tuned.
Silicon Valley’s annual technology awards, the Crunchies, are coming up January 31, 2012.
Will 2012 be a continuation of the good, bubble-like times for the venture capital industry and startups that are raising money? Or will we see a dramatic, economic-doldrums-induced slowdown like we did at the end of 2008?
The 2011 Crunchies Awards are coming up. We’re happy to announce that we’ll be co-hosting the event, along with our friends at TechCrunch and GigaOm, as we have done every year since the awards started in 2007.
Senior Aol executive Brad Garlinghouse has left the company according to multiple sources.
We’ve pulled this story down after talking further with the startup involved. We apologize to the startup and to TechCrunch.
[vimeo 29117250 w=640 h=400] We’re back with another episode of VentureBeat’s (still nameless) weekly show. I sat down with VentureBeat executive editor Dylan Tweney to talk about this week’s absolute conference mayhem.
Former TechCrunch editor Michael Arrington sports a shirt that reads "unpaid blogger" on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt 2011.
TechCrunch writers Alexia Tsotsis and MG Siegler look on as Michael Arrington announces he is stepping down on stage.
Michael Arrington, founder of technology blog TechCrunch and known for his fiery personality and zero tolerance for corporate authority, has “decided” to move on from the San Francisco-based tech news publication.
Michael Arrington, founder of technology blog TechCrunch and known for his fiery personality and zero tolerance for corporate authority, is no longer with the San Francisco-based tech news publication, according to a report by Fortune.
Michael Arrington, founder of the influential technology blog TechCrunch, is raising a $20 million fund to invest in early-state tech startups.