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  • Long Post for RR ad viewability

    Monotonectally synergize granular niches before cross-platform best practices. Efficiently strategize client-centric scenarios rather than turnkey manufactured products. Assertively transition unique meta-services after competitive meta-services. Energistically conceptualize client-based platforms before maintainable platforms. Objectively mesh user friendly catalysts for change without… Read More

  • This Week On Bullish: Why Journalists Are Calling It Quits

    Hello friends, and welcome back to Bullish, TechCrunch’s first talk show. This week we’re talking about journalism, leaving it, and what happens when you come back. The move from journalism to PR, to pick one example, is a very well-worn route. Hell, the route from journalism to any other form of work isn’t uncommon — the woes of the world of journalism have… Read More

  • Review: The iPad Pro And The Death Of A Metaphor

    Review: The iPad Pro And The Death Of A Metaphor

    “PCs are going to be like trucks. They are still going to be around, they’re still going to have a lot of value, but they’re only going to be used by one out of x people.” – Steve Jobs, 2010.   The iPad Pro is coming into the world with a lot of weight on its shoulders. The speculation and expectation is running high. Is it a potential laptop replacement? An… Read More

  • iPad Pro Now Available To Pre-Order

    The iPad Pro is now available to pre-order on Apple’s website. People who pre-order today will receive their iPad Pro on Friday November 13. If they opt for free delivery instead, the iPad should make its way to your door on Monday November 16. Read More

  • Apple TV ‘Tech Talks’ Coming To Major Cities Across The Globe

    Want to develop an app for the newly released Apple TV? Of course you do. Not sure how to get started? Apple is touring the globe for “Apple TV Tech Talks” which promise to get you rocking. You have to register by November 13th, though…so hop to it. Between December and February next year Apple is going to their stores in Toronto, Los Angeles, Austin, Seattle, Cupertino… Read More

  • Apple Music Comes To Android As An Emissary

    Today, Apple Music comes to Android phones. It’s the first user-centric app that Apple has created for Android (but not its first). As people download and dissect it, they’ll doubtless be looking at how Apple builds on Android, what features are ported over from iOS and what Apple’s pan-operating-system Music philosophy looks like in the mobile age. In advance of the launch… Read More

  • After Insane Startup Journey, Pillow Talk Hits Kickstarter To Let Distant Lovers Share Heartbeat

    When I first heard about Pillow Talk, the wearable device that lets you stream the sound of your heartbeat to a loved one’s pillow, I couldn’t decide if it was bonkers, genius or somewhere in between. But after talking to Joanna Montgomery, founder of Little Riot, the company behind the product, what is clear is that the startup’s journey is just a little insane. Read More

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