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  • Few Options For Veterans Looking To Enter Tech

    Few Options For Veterans Looking To Enter Tech

    Uber Black relaunches in Korea after overcoming regulatory hurdles https://t.co/NMPvo2IGDV — TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) November 11, 2015 When John Hampton was preparing to leave the Army, he was excited about a career in technology. But he was disappointed to learn that the G.I. Bill wouldn’t enable him to attend a code bootcamp — which he saw as his ticket to that tech… Read More

  • Google’s New “About Me” Page Lets You Control What Personal Info Others Can See

    Google’s New “About Me” Page Lets You Control What Personal Info Others Can See

    Worried that Google has too much of your personal data, thanks to the way it has pried into your life over the years as you steadily adopted more of its services, ranging from search to email to productivity apps to YouTube and more? The company is now attempting to address those concerns with the launch of a new online tool called “Google About me” which allows you to change… Read More

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

    Why Journalists Are Calling It Quits | Bullish

    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

  • Gmail, We Need To Talk Crunch Network

    Gmail, We Need To Talk

    Dear Gmail: Two years ago, you launched an ambitious endeavor with Schema.org to bring a new level of richness to email. Schema.org allowed senders to embed rich meta data in email that allowed any modern email client, not just Gmail, to present actionable items within email. It felt like Gmail was taking the lead in email innovation. Read More