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With New Update, Yeti Hopes To Compete With Google In Local Search

tc-article-header Yeti, an app that is essentially Tinder for places, released an update today that makes it easier for users to use the app for local searches. Previously the app generated a stack of cards showing nearby restaurants, bars and activities, such as hiking routes or bike trails. Using the same interface as Tinder, you could swipe right to indicate that you like a place, or left to discard it.… Read More Continue reading

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Slack Buys Screenhero To Add Screen Sharing And Voice Chat To Its Work Messaging Platform

slack-large Slack, the enterprise collaboration service that has raised $180 million and proven to be a runaway success with 365,000 daily active users, has made another acquisition to add more functionality to its platform and position itself as a sharper competitor against the likes of Microsoft. It has bought Screenhero, a Y-Combinator alum that competes against the likes of GoToMeeting or Webex… Read More Continue reading

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App Annie Reveals The Top 9 App Trends From 2014

appstore Mobile analytics provider App Annie, the market leader in the app measurement business today, is out this morning with its annual report that takes a look back at the app trends that defined the past year. The report includes a look at app category growth, like the expansion of mobile messaging services, mobile video streaming, “sharing economy” apps and more, as well as growth of… Read More Continue reading

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TL;DR, A New App From Everything.Me’s Co-Founder, Wants To Make Email More Like Messaging

Screen Shot 2015-01-28 at 15.57.33 Messaging apps and social networks have overtaken email for many consumers as their primary way of communicating with people — with some collaboration startups like Slack specifically aiming to kill email altogether. Now a new email app hopes to reverse that trend, bringing people back into the email fold by adopting messaging characteristics. TL;DR, as the app is called, lets… Read More Continue reading

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RealtyShares Now Lets Investors Put Money Into Individual Real Estate Markets

realtyshares About a year ago, RealtyShares launched as a new way for investors to put small amounts of money into real estate projects, kind of like a “LendingClub for Real Estate.” Now the company is launching a way for them to focus on investing in specific markets around the U.S. Read More Continue reading

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Uber Partners With Intuit To Help Drivers Track Earnings

 On-demand transportation company Uber is working on ways that it could make life easier for its drivers. Earlier today, that included a partnership with Metromile to offer per-mile car insurance. And now the company is announcing a partnership wi… Continue reading

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Custom Apparel Platform Teespring Acquires London-Based Fabrily To Expand Internationally

teespring-pile Fast-growing custom apparel startup Teespring, which is backed by nearly $57 million from Andreessen Horowitz, Khosla Ventures and others, is making a move to expand its footprint globally through the strategic acquisition of European apparel platform Fabrily. Headquartered in London, Fabrily has been operating for nearly as long as Teespring, offering its mainly Western European-based… Read More Continue reading

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With $40M In Recent Funding, Classpass Hires Revenue And Marketing Execs

 Classpass, the NY-based company that gives users unlimited access to local fitness classes, has pulled in some new key hires moving into 2015.
Zach Apter and Alex Do are joining the team as Head of Revenue Management and Head of Marketing respec… Continue reading

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Sony And Spotify Debut PlayStation Music Streaming Service, Music Unlimited To Close

PlayStation_2015-Jan-28 Sony is relaunching its streaming music service for PlayStation Network, and this time it’s bringing in a partner with ample expertise in streaming music services: Spotify. The existing Sony Music Unlimited service will be closed to make way for the new PlayStation Music service powered by Spotify, but Sony points out that nearly all countries that currently have access to Music… Read More Continue reading

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Tesco Inks Deal For Rakuten’s Kobo To Take On Blinkbox Books’ Customers, Other Assets

blinkbox books tesco Some closure in the ongoing story of retail giant Tesco offloading its digital content effort blinkbox. Assets from blinkbox Books — specifically customer accounts and existing e-book libraries — are being picked up by Kobo, the e-book division of Rakuten. Blinkbox customers are getting emails informing them of the transition, and Tesco has confirmed the details to us directly. Read More Continue reading

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