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Frontback brings two-sided selfies to Android

Now there can be two sides to every Android photo too.

By Apr. 16, 2014

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Google gets Wavii in $30M deal, report says

News personalization startup Wavii -- apparently sought after by Apple for Apple's Siri division -- gets gobbled up by Google, according to TechCrunch.

By Apr. 23, 2013

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Salesforce acquires bookmarking startup Clipboard

The Web content clipping and sharing service will shut down on June 30, 2013.

By May. 9, 2013

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Marc Benioff explains Steve Jobs' spirituality and chides Apple

The Salesforce.com CEO admonishes Apple, as well as the movies and books about Steve Jobs' life, for failing to understand and honor the spiritual aspect of Jobs' personality.

By Sep. 10, 2013

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SmartThings raises $3 million to Net-enable your house

Worried that your kids are getting into the liquor cabinet while you're away? A startup hopes remote control and monitoring will ease your mind.

By Dec. 4, 2012

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TechCrunch founder Arrington officially moves on

AOL says Arrington is no longer a part of TechCrunch, and former co-editor Erick Schonfeld is now the sole editor of the blog.

By Sep. 12, 2011

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Stamped relaunches with new features, celebrity investors

The micro-reviews service, which awards stamps of approval instead of stars, adds more social features, along with investors Ryan Seacrest, Ellen DeGeneres, and Justin Bieber.

By Jul. 25, 2012

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Sarah Lacy launches PandoDaily to report news on startups

Tech reporter Sarah Lacy, who recently quit TechCrunch, launches PandoDaily with $2.5 million in investments to focus on dispatching news about startups.

By Jan. 16, 2012

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Reflect on your geekiness with a MacBook mirror

MacBook, MacBook in my hand, who's the geekiest in the land? Now you can have that Photo Booth vanity moment without ever firing up your laptop.

By Dec. 8, 2011

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TechCrunch's Michael Arrington fired by AOL?

The founder of the tech blog, who ignited a furious debate last week when he announced he was forming a venture fund to invest in some of the companies his bloggers cover, is out at AOL, Fortune reports.

By Sep. 7, 2011