A most surprising and deserving winner at the Crunchies was Microsoft's Live Mesh, which won in the category best technology innovation/achievement.
Microsoft's Live Mesh, FriendFeed, GoodGuide, and Imeem were among the winners at the awards ceremony Friday honoring start-ups and Web innovation.
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.
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The first annual Crunchies, held Friday, recognized the most compelling start-up, Internet, and technology innovations of the year. The Crunchies are a collaboration between GigaOm, Read/WriteWeb, VentureBeat, and TechCrunch. CNET's Natali DelConte's stops by the ceremony and party in San Francisco to see who cleaned up.
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."
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