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Google’s new campaign attempts to publicly pressure Apple into adopting RCS – TechCrunch

Google is launching a new “Get The Message” campaign and website today to pressure Apple into changing its mind on RCS. The tech giant has been increasingly calling out Apple for not adopting RCS, which is a communication protocol that would improve the messaging experience between Android and iOS users. “It’s time for Apple to […]

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Website Selling Moon Mission Launch Tickets Crashed Almost Immediately

Almost immediately after the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex made Artemis 1 Moon misson launch tickets available to the public, the website crashed.

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Realme Watch 3 Pro announced with AMOLED display and GPS - NotebookCheck.net News

The Realme Watch 3 Pro was announced just days after the Watch 3 launched in India. According to the company, the Pro model will have a large AMOLED display. Teaser images on the Realme website indicate that the new wearable will have GPS and calling functionality. It is currently unclear when the watch will launch and at what price.

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Social Performance Platform Rypple Comes To iPhone – TechCrunch

The Web-based social performance platform Rypple is now available on the iPhone, the company is announcing today. Like the desktop-sized website, the new mobile application will allow managers to give real-time feedback to staff, provide coaching, track goals and publicly recognize colleagues for doing great work.

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Social Planning Service Hotlist Launches New Site And iPhone App – TechCrunch

Location-based social planning platform Hotlist (formerly "The Hotlist"), is launching a revamped website and iPhone application today, with an increased focus on ease-of-use, improved discovery of upcoming activities and events, and better tools for coordinating plans with your friends. According to Co-founder and CEO Chris Mirabile, the company is also nearing the close of its next round of funding to the tune of approximately $1 million+, raised primarily from angel investors (via AngelList) and previou

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Twitter + Sports = Stat.us – TechCrunch

Automated Insights, the venture-backed digital media company formerly known as StatSheet, automatically transforms data into content - think interactive applications and things like data-driven news articles, charts and whatnot. Lately, Automated Insights's been making waves with its extensive network of sports-related websites. For an example, check out the StatSheet MLB website.

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News Aggregator Thoora Shuts Down After Taking 2 Years To Launch – TechCrunch

Just 3 months after its public launch following 2 years of private beta, content discovery engine Thoora today announced that it will shut down. Thoora's website, Android tablet app, Wordpress plugin, and all user data will be blinked out of existence on December 15th. Its failure to get a working smartphone app out the door allowed services like Flipboard and sites like Techmeme to swoop in and solve the information overload problem more beautifully and efficiently. The shuttering should serve as a lesson

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Shopping Cart Software Maker Ecwid Raises $1.5M; Expands To US, UK – TechCrunch

Ecwid, a Russian startup that enables people to set up an online store on their website or on a social network in mere minutes, has raised its first round of institutional funding, securing $1.5 million from Runa Capital. The e-commerce software company says it currently has over 100,000 customers in 174 countries, but given that about 40 percent of its customers are located in the United States, Ecwid will part of the capital to open its first office in Mountain View, California in early 2012.

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Shopping cart software maker Ecwid raises $1.5m; expands to US, UK – TechCrunch

Ecwid, a Russian startup that enables people to set up an online store on their website or on a social network in mere minutes, has raised its first round of institutional funding, securing $1.5 million from Runa Capital. The e-commerce software company says it currently has over 100,000 customers in 174 countries, but given that about 40 percent of its customers are located in the United States, Ecwid will part of the capital to open its first office in Mountain View, California in early 2012.

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BleuFlamme Lets You Make Your Own Custom Shirt In 3D – TechCrunch

If there's one thing the world needs it's a service that lets you build a shirt using 3D rendering technology. Sure we could use cars that run on water and world peace, but let's get the little things out of the way, right? Thankfully, there's BleuFlamme, a website created by a gaggle of eight engineers who have dedicated their lives to the sale of custom shirts.

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Zappos Founder’s Customer Rewards App RNKD Now On Android – TechCrunch

RNKD, the customer rewards app and brainchild of Zappo's founder Nick Swinmurn, is today arriving on Android. With the new mobile application, users can snap photos of the clothes and accessories they own, upload them to the RNKD website and receive rewards directly from brands. The idea with RNKD is that customers should get rewards for the things they actually bought, not just the things they "like" on Facebook, tweet about, or add to online wishlists. It's a "put your money where your mouth is" kind of

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The Definitive Guide To HTML5: 14 Predictions For 2012 – TechCrunch

From tech titans like Zynga, Facebook, Microsoft, Google and Apple, to startups just launching, the battle lines of 2012 will be drawn across the landscape of HTML5. Below are 14 bold predictions for how HTML5 will evolve in 2012. Welcome to a more interconnected web: In 2012, HTML5 will be adding support for some really useful and cool APIs that allow one website to connect to another. For example, Zynga games on Facebook run inside of iframes. Using the new postMessage API these games will be able to com

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Half A Million Downloads Later, Social Discovery App Banjo Hits The Web – TechCrunch

Banjo, the creepy/awesome cyber-stalking app (I mean social discovery service) that shows you who's nearby based on their Facebook and Foursquare check-ins, geotagged tweets, TwitPic and Instagram uploads, is now a web app, too. In case you haven't yet download the iOS or Android application to your mobile device (or are some kind of Windows Phone-using rebel), you can check out the service via the recently updated Banjo website instead.

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Peecho lands 570,000 euros for its ‘cloud print button’ – TechCrunch

Peecho, a Dutch startup that enables anyone to sell professionally printed products from their website, mobile or desktop apps, has raised $750,000 in financing from Peak Capital and DHG Holding to boost development and marketing of its embeddable 'cloud print button' service. Basically, their solution lets anyone sell digital content as physical products (think magazines, photo books, canvas prints and whatnot), by helping its customers hook into a network of professional print production facilities.

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Shoutlet Fires Off New Trigger-Based Social Marketing Platform – TechCrunch

Here's why social media marketing is broken: my company wants to launch a contest on our Facebook app and website and post about to all our fans and followers, post when we hit 1000 entries, and post again when the contest ends after 5000 entries. Sequencing like this was difficult because marketing team would have to monitor for those milestones to be reached, then manually rotate our apps and publish updates. Social marketing platform Shoutlet today launches a way to turn the cacophony of disparate ca

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Check-In App Forecast Runs Out Of Money And Will Shut Down On July 1 – TechCrunch

With the growth of more location-based mobile apps, there is some inevitable shakedown, too: the latest of these is that check-in service Forecast will be shutting down its app and website, effective July 1, because its developers, Hurricane Party, have run out of money. The news hasn't been posted yet on Forecast's own site, but was relayed to existing users through an email. "We have run out of resources to keep the Forecast project afloat," developer René Pinnell writes.

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WhatsApp now supports two-step verification – TechCrunch

WhatsApp has rolled out two-step verification to all of its user base, the company quietly announced through an updated FAQ on its website. The additional security measure allows you to protect your account with 6-digit passcode that must be entered in order to register your phone number with WhatsApp. The measure can protect your account […]

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Nestio Updates Mobile App To Make Apartment Hunting A Little Less Awful – TechCrunch

After launching at TechStars NY in April, the Tripit of apartment listings, Nestio, raised 750K in funding. And it would appear that the cash is going to good use, as the company has just released version 2.0 of the Nestio iOS app. "We realized that people were behaving very differently on the website then they were on their phones, so we spent the last year taking into account the differences and building out the perfect mobile companion," said Caren Maio, Nestio's founder.

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Amazon Revamps Its Mobile Apps: Adds Browse By Department, Subscription-Based Shopping – TechCrunch

Today, Amazon is updating its mobile applications for Android and iOS with a couple of notable additions that will make using these small-screened counterparts more in line with the desktop-sized website. Probably the most helpful change is the ability to browse and shop by department (finally!). Prior to the change, shopping in Amazon's mobile app was primarily kicked off by doing product searches. The other new arrival is the inclusion of Amazon's Subscribe & Save program, which you can think of as Ama

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Cloud Photos Service Everpix Exits Beta With New Website & iPad App; Semantic Photo Search Coming Soon – TechCrunch

Everpix, the cloud-based photo-sharing platform which debuted at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2011, is now officially exiting its beta period with the debut of a revamped website, premium services, support for photo-sharing via email, and a long-awaited iPad application which now lets you see all your photos from desktop or the web in one attractive interface, among other things. But the most interesting changes for Everpix are taking place under-the-hood, and are not yet available in its consumer-facing applicat

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Gojee’s Beautiful Recipe Website Comes To iPhone, iPad And Android – TechCrunch

Gojee, a design-driven recipe sharing website which has grown its user base to over half a million, is today debuting mobile apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. The company, which raised $2.8 million in funding this July, has often been described as "a full-screen Pinterest," Gojee co-founder Michael LaValle tells us this morning. And now that the company is starting to see traction within the "foodie" space, the plan is to go after other verticals next, including perhaps home decor, art and fashion

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Why Apple Being Sued Over Passbook Brings Back Unpleasant Memories Of Lodsys – TechCrunch

Apple has been sued over Passbook, newly discovered court documents show. The suit was filed by Ameranth, a San Diego company that wears its patents proudly on its sleeve (or the front page of its website, in a literal sense). The suit claims that Apple infringed four patents that revolve around wireless synchronization tech to do with mobile payments, point-of-sale systems and other issues related to Passbook's ability to digitize hotel bookings, airline tickets, reward cards, coupons and other items.

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Ancestry.com Acquires Photo Digitization And Sharing Service 1000memories – TechCrunch

1000memories, the San Francisco-based startup which offers web and mobile applications for storing, organizing, sharing, and most importantly, digitizing, your print photographs, has been acquired. Given the company's focus on preserving family memories, it's not too surprising who the new owner is: Ancestry.com. And fortunately for current users of the service, the deal doesn't mean a shutdown of 1000memories' website or apps, but rather more resources to continue their development.

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Mouthee’s Social Recommendations Platform Makes It Easy To Share Word-Of-Mouth (Get It?) Reviews – TechCrunch

Plenty of startups still believe there's room in the social recommendations space, and now, another new contender heads into battle. Chicago-based Mouthee is today officially debuting its website and iOS application, which allow users to quickly share reviews of local restaurants and hotels, as well as movies, music and books.

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VC Runa Capital Invests $2.5M Series A In ‘Pinterest For Video Clips’ Startup ClipClock – TechCrunch

Russian video sharing startup, ClipClock -- which is being billed as a 'Pinterest for video clips' -- has snagged a $2.5 million investment from VC firm Runa Capital. The startup, which was founded in January and launched its website and mobile app at the DEMO Fall 2012 Conference last month, allows users to collect their favourite video clips and share them through social media.