• CB Shoal Test – Sidebar Functionality

    The sidebar here should include related Crunchbase tags. This article does not represent exemplary writing. It uses the best words but not in a sensible order. Haiku: confusing,
    And sometimes does not make sense.
    Refrigerator. Read More

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    Whisky or whiskey is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. Different grains are used for different varieties, including barley, malted barley, rye, malted rye, wheat, buckwheat and corn. Whisky is typically aged in wooden casks, made generally of charred white oak. Whisky is a strictly regulated spirit worldwide with many classes and types. Read More

  • Slew Of New Virtual Reality Titles Available Alongside Samsung Gear VR

    As we reported earlier, you can now pre-order your Samsung Gear VR. It’s a device that’s going to unlock virtual reality for a lot of consumers, even though it requires a Samsung phone to drive it. Along with the announcement of pre-order for a ridiculously low $99, a bunch of games are hitting the scene to support its launch. Land’s End by Ustwo Games, Bandit Six: Salvo… Read More

  • The POTUS Gets A Facebook Page

    Despite the headlines you may see today, President Obama already has a verified Facebook page. It’s this one: facebook.com/barackobama/. Obama launched another Facebook page for himself today, this time the official POTUS Facebook page. “Hello, Facebook! I finally got my very own page,” the President wrote on the page. Confused? So are we, but this is in line with the… Read More

  • Fb Messenger’s Facial Recognition “Photo Magic” Reminds You To Send Friends Photos Of Them

    We are busy and lazy, so we forget to send friends the photos we take of them. But Facebook Messenger‘s newest feature Photo Magic scans your newly taken photos with facial recognition, and immediately notifies you with an option to send pics to friends that are in them. The test is rolling out in Australia today on Android and later this week on iOS, before reaching other countries… Read More

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    Tor Wars: The Signal Awakens

    The long arm of the law wants ever more eyes, if you’ll pardon the gruesome metaphor. The UK government recently unveiled an attempt to legalize “draconian state surveillance powers.” US voices keep calling for a mythical “secure golden key” for government access to encrypted messages. Canadian police describe encryption plus legal decisions favoring online privacy… Read More

  • CrunchWeek: Diversity, Candy, And Books Of Faces

    Twitter Diversity, King Digital Acquisition, Facebook Earnings | CrunchWeek

    Welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek, TechCrunch’s weekly roundup show where we talk the biggest things in tech. This week we’re chatting about Twitter’s issues with diversity, Activision paying a lot of billions for the maker of the addictive game Candy Crush (hear Megan talk about her recovery), and Facebook’s earnings. They crushed… Read More

  • Facebook No Longer Counts Third-Party Apps And Still Has 1.55 Billion Users

    Some say Facebook inflates its monthly active user count by including people who shared from or used a Facebook-connected third-party app. But today Facebook quieted those critics with a 10-Q update to its SEC filing that says it now only counts people who used Facebook or Messenger directly. That means the 1.55 billion user count it gave yesterday on its earning report is real. Twitter and… Read More

  • Facebook’s Local Ad Targeting Gets Smarter

    It’s been a little more than a year since Facebook launched its Local Awareness ads, which allow businesses to target ads at nearby users — the ones who either live within a given distance of their store or were recently nearby. Now it’s improving those ads, particularly for businesses with multiple locations. Read More

  • Facebook Debuts “Music Stories,” A New Way To Discover And Share Songs From Spotify And Apple Music

    Facebook announced this morning a new feature called “Music Stories,” that will allow users to better discover new music or share tracks with their friends. Essentially a new post format for Facebook, Music Stories integrates with Spotify and Apple Music to provide a 30-second preview of the shared song or album that can be played directly on Facebook itself. Read More

  • Facebook Hits 8 Billion Daily Video Views, Doubling From 4 Billion In April

    Facebook video viewership is growing by leaps and bounds. It now sees 8 billion average daily video views from 500 million users. That’s up from just 4 billion video views per day in April. Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement on the call to investors following Facebook’s blockbuster Q3 2015 earnings report. Some might contend that this stat isn’t totally accurate since… Read More

  • Facebook Speeds Past 1.55 Billion Users And Q3 Estimates With $4.5B Revenue

    Facebook’s growth continues as it hit 1.55 billion users and beat the street’s estimates in its Q3 2015 earnings with $4.5 billion in revenue and $0.57 earnings per share, up a big 11.3% from $4.04 billion last quarter. Facebook’s monthly user count was up sharply to 4.02% quarter over quarter from Q2’s 3.47% growth. That shows that while it might have hit sign-up… Read More

  • Test new CB API

    The window was supposed to close last week, but we’ve extended the deadline for early-bird tickets to Disrupt SF 2015 to this Friday, August 28. That means you have only two days left to save $1,000 on tickets to the show before the prices jump to the full retail price of $2,995. So head on over to our ticketing page now to get your early-bird tickets to Disrupt for just $1,995… Read More

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  • HTC Status Goes Up For Pre-Order On AT&T

    The Facebook-centric HTC Status smartphone is now available for pre-order from AT&T, with an official launch date of July 17. We knew the Status (once the ChaCha) was officially headed to AT&T, and we had pegged the launch for July, but we didn’t know pricing or availability details until today. The HTC Status will cost you $50 with a new two-year agreement, an understandably… Read More

  • Epic Gif: The Facebook Google+ Slapfest

    Oh, I could just watch this all day. We’ve been writing about the growing rivalry between Facebook and Google, with its new Google+ social network. But here you have it in gif form, with the Facebook and Google+ favicons superimposed on the dwarf from Game of Thrones (Google+) slapping the child-king (Facebook) over and over again. I am not sure why Google+ is a dwarf, but it… Read More

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