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Thrillist Media Group raises a whopping $13M

Known as the DailyCandy-for-men, the newsletter and e-commerce site continues to grow -- this time with funding led by Oak Investment Partners.

By August 16, 2012


Four forgotten Google-made Android apps

Here are a handful of useful, Google-produced Android apps that have managed to fly pretty low under the radar -- until now.

By October 8, 2012


iPad Mini rumors ramp up

Apple may reveal the iPad Mini this month, the Nest Learning Thermostat gets cooler, and LinkedIn wants you to follow the leader.

By October 2, 2012


Google launches Field Trip app for Android

Google's Field Trip provides walking tours for Android devices.

By September 27, 2012


Thrillist's recession special: Free stuff!

The scenester newsletter company has put together a monthly compendium of ways to score invitations to events with free food and booze. First city served Thrillist Invites: New York.

By November 17, 2008


SXSWi: Where five days can seal a start-up's fate

Co-founders of Fast Society, an eager New York social app start-up, believe that the company's success at the Austin festival next month will indicate whether it will survive another year.

By February 17, 2011


Content meets commerce on members-only sites

As Thrillist acquires JackThreads, content and commerce are converging with access to exclusive offers. Is this the next wave of advertising?

By May 13, 2010


At Internet Week, the Empire State of tech

The annual Gotham digital-culture festival has reached a fever pitch, with sponsors like Yahoo and Microsoft flooding in and local start-ups throwing parties left and right.

By June 7, 2010


Geeky in-jokes dominate April Fools' Day 2010

Fake movie trailers, Tiger Woods as a Microsoft spokesman, and inflatable laptops are among the spoof news stories to emerge on the Web for April Fools' Day.

By April 1, 2010


AOL's first day: We want to believe

The newly independent company's first day trading on the New York Stock Exchange was nothing impressive. But the industry sure isn't rooting against it.

By December 10, 2009