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Rendezvous Connects You With Nearby Folks Who Share Your Interests, Keeps Track Of Who You’ve Met

Rendezvous is an upcoming mobile application built at the TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2013 hackathon by San Francisco developer Taran Gill and designer Mehtab Bajawa. The app intends to connect you with others nearby who share your interests, as based on Facebook profile data. But while other mobile …

Facebook loses millions of users as biggest markets peak

Facebook has lost millions of users per month in its biggest markets, independent data suggests, as alternative social networks attract the attention …

8 Reasons Why You Need to Establish Authority on Google+

Being an Authority on Google+ Directly Impacts Search Results (Case Study)<p><i>Note: This post is a summary of the results of an extensive case study on</i> …

Half a Million and Counting...

Half a Million and Counting…<p>Inside Flipboard / April 11, 2013<p>It’s been two weeks since the new edition of Flipboard was released, allowing readers to …

Twitter Music App is Launching Friday

Get ready to rock. Twitter is about to launch its long-rumored standalone music app Friday, according to a report.<p>The app's existence was rapidly …

Manhattan Micro Loft by Specht Harpman Architects

It’s really hard to make 425 square feet look spacious but Specht Harpman Architects managed to do just that in this once awkward New York City …

Just Who Uses Social Media? A Demographic Breakdown

You think you know social? How about who uses it? Well, you might not know it as well as you would have guessed.<p>A new study from the Pew Research …

Apple Board Member Calls Out Glasses And Watches In Era Of Intimate Technology

Bill Campbell, an Apple board member as well as the chairman of the Intuit board, sat down for an hour long chat with Intuit’s CEO today to talk about technology. This is a rare move for Campbell, who’s known for his behind the scenes work (as well as his salty language, apparently).<p>Without giving …

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Audi Motorrad Concept based on Ducati 848

French automotive designers Thibault and Marc Devauze and modeller Clement Couvreur have created this Audi roadster motorcycle concept based on a …

Frustration Builds With Apple's Inconsistent Rules For App Developers

Usually, that wouldn't be a big deal. Apple removes apps from the store all the time.<p>But this case made headlines because AppGratis is an extremely popular service that a lot of people use to discover new apps for their iPhones.<p>AppGratis' iPhone app was especially useful because it curated a list …

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The Flexible Framework for Writing High-Converting Landing Page Copy

Is your writing framework this flexible? (Image source)<p>The main thing I’ve learnt from having spent the last 4 years producing, optimizing and …

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Danskerne returnerer sjældent varer købt på nettet

Det overordnede billede er for fortrydelse og returneringer i e-handel er, at forbrugerne i meget begrænset udstrækning returnerer varer, der er købt …

Watch apple board member Bill Campbell discuss the future of intimate technology

Technology is absolutely becoming more personal and more intimate. (No, not <i>that</i> kind of intimate, though <i>that</i> kind of intimate will no doubt be a …

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Zara, Microsoft And GORE-TEX - Tapping Real-Time Instincts

In a challenge to the phrase “Past performance is not indicative of future results,” I offer this alternative: “<i>Real-time</i> performance <i>is</i> indicative of future results.”<p>Studies have shown that, when forced to choose between two options based on instinct alone, participants make the right call up to 90 …

iPhone 5S to Launch in 2-3 Different Screen Sizes?

Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White is out with another research note today sharing some highlights from day seven of his trip to China and Taiwan to talk with technology companies and other sources. Based on discussions with officials at an unnamed "tech-supply chain company", White now …

City-Ready Citroen

The Citroen DS BiRotor merges the aesthetic attention to detail of top-end brands with the efficiency & economic sensibility of modern hybrid-drive …

The mobile war is over and the app has won: 80% of mobile time spent in apps

Only 20 percent of American consumers’ time on mobile devices is spent on the web. A massive majority, 80 percent, is spent in apps: games, news, productivity, utility, and social networking apps.<p>Turns out, it’s an app world, after all.<p>According to app analytics firm Flurry, which tracks app usage …

Plastic Logic shows off color e-paper smartwatch concept

Plastic Logic showed off its ZED (zero-energy display) earlier this year, a flexible display that requires almost no energy and can be powered …

April Fools 2013: The Ultimate Round-Up

Happy April First, errybody! Yes, that’s right, we’ve reached that special, inimitable time of year. April Fools Day 2013. At TechCrunch, we have a long history of taking April Fools seriously. Deadly, deadly seriously. So, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to create a master list (which will be …

12 Useful 'Easter Eggs' Hidden In Your iPhone

The one reason a Facebook phone would make sense

So Facebook is reportedly about to unveil a phone, built by struggling Taiwanese handset maker HTC, that has been modified to put Facebook and its various services in the foreground. Facebook has been working on this for years.<p>The business case for both companies is clear, in theory. Facebook wants …

Twitter Announces “Twttr” — Will Start Charging $5 A Month If You Want To Tweet Using Vowels

Vowels aren’t really necessary in today’s digital age, are they? Twitter doesn’t think so, as it announced a new “two-tiered” service including its free model called “Twttr.” You can only tweet without vowels though. Want the vowels back? Pony up $5 a month. Seems like a pretty sweet deal to …