The online auction site says the acquisition will let it use Hunch's technology to make the shopping and selling experience a bit better for its customers.
She did Flickr. Then Hunch. Now she's launching Pinwheel.
A seemingly silly game that predicts your answers to questions based on your Twitter network is actually a look at what's next for start-up Hunch.
Hunch, a buzzy start-up that answers questions using crowdsourced recommendations, has lined up at least $10 million in funding, according to sources.
Our beloved gadgets are turning us into a generation of hunch-backed invalids, according to the British Chiropractic Association.
A study by Hunch suggests that Android users are far more likely to live in the country and slightly more likely to be pessimists. While iPhone users have more income and are more likely to be female.
Co-founder of Flickr and Hunch and an investor in companies like Etsy, Caterina Fake says she's now working on a new consumer-facing, social start-up.
Apple users are better educated than PC users. They're also more popular and make more money, according to personalised recommendations Web site The Hunch.
A survey of more than 388,000 people conducted by Hunch suggests not only that those with Macs are more educated, but that they are younger and eat more hummus.
On today's show, the iPhone is apparently storing your location data even when you've turned off the location tracking services. And law enforcement agencies and a cottage industry of iOS forensics companies have been taking advantage of these logs for years. Nevertheless, Steve Jobs appears to insist in an email to a customer that Apple is not tracking anyone. Really. Hunch shows you why you love both hummus and Macs, even if you don't love Apple. Plus, Sony is rebuilding its PlayStation Network security after its now five-day outage, and an innocent man is accused of child pornography because it's still just too damn hard to put a password on a WiFi network. --Molly