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Crunchies

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Apple Byte: Extra Crunchy - iPhone 6S rumors, iOS 9 Beta and the iPhone bullet test

It's the first ever Apple Byte audio podcast that we like to call Extra Crunchy. We talk about what to expect from the iPhone 6S, how Apple is threatening Venmo, and the guy who created a music album...inside an Apple Store.

By July 10, 2015

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The tired GIF gets a modern-day makeover

Imgur's new GIFV format means animated images load faster, look better and play when shared on social networks. Will the 1987-era GIF format finally fade from use?

By October 9, 2014

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Box turns to Jared Leto to make enterprise tools cool

The cloud computing company taps the Academy Award-winning actor to promote its new suite of enterprise tools for the retail, health care, and media industries.

By September 3, 2014

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Startup Secret 47: Do the right thing

A startup guy dips way too far into personal funds for his startup, but you can't argue with the outcome.

By March 16, 2012

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Boxee Box's Netflix app delayed--again

The hangup, Boxee says, is that it hasn't yet been able to meet Netflix's security requirements. Rather than offer another specific deadline, it says now the service is coming "soon."

By February 1, 2011

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Microsoft's Live Mesh top innovation at the Crunchies

A most surprising and deserving winner at the Crunchies was Microsoft's Live Mesh, which won in the category best technology innovation/achievement.

By January 10, 2009

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Photos: And the Crunchie goes to...

TechCrunch awards its favorite Web sites and apps, from giants like Google and Microsoft to the start-up behind the ocarina emulator on the iPhone.

14 Images By January 10, 2009

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Winners and losers from the Crunchies awards

Microsoft's Live Mesh, FriendFeed, GoodGuide, and Imeem were among the winners at the awards ceremony Friday honoring start-ups and Web innovation.

By January 10, 2009

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Rice should only be crunchy in krispie form

Automated rice cooker also steams and slow cooks, and can be programmed for a variety of different types of rice

By July 7, 2008

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Privacy is over. Here comes sociality.

As widely discussed by privacy advocates and blogs, Facebook recently changed some of its privacy settings. Users are no longer able to limit the viewing of their profile photos, home towns, and friends lists to only approved friends.

By January 19, 2010