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Google Chairman Eric Schmidt Won't Keynote The Industry's Biggest Mobile Event This Year (GOOG)

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Mobile is hugely important to Google, from its multibillion-dollar mobile-ads business to the Android operating system. But Google chairman Eric Schmidt, who has delivered keynotes at the Mobile World Congress for the past three years, is a no-show this year, TechCrunch's Ingrid Lunden notes. Only two director-level Googlers are speaking...
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt Won't Keynote The Industry's Biggest Mobile Event This Year (GOOG)

TC Disrupt Finalist Tonara Raises $4M Series A Round, Expands Its Interactive Sheet Music Catalog

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Tonara, the interactive sheet music app for iPad that listens to you as you play a score and automatically turns the page for you, just announced that it has raised a $4 million Series A round led by Carmel Ventures, with follow-on investments from existing seed investors including Index Ventures,...
TC Disrupt Finalist Tonara Raises $4M Series A Round, Expands Its Interactive Sheet Music Catalog

Facebook’s New Friend-Finding Feature Looks Awfully Familiar

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Yesterday, Ingrid Lunden at TechCrunch broke news about Facebook’s fancy new “Find Friends Nearby” feature. First demonstrated at a low-key hackathon, the feature allows users to add people nearby who are also logged into Facebook as friends. Lunden noted that the development comes less than two months since Facebook acquired...
Facebook’s New Friend-Finding Feature Looks Awfully Familiar

Boot up: Instagram v Vine, Playbook woes, Microsoft v BSkyB, and more

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Plus Firefox's new logo, are handsets heading for a 'black summer'?, the problem in San Francisco and moreA burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamA week after Instagram's video launch, Vine sharing tanks on Twitter >> MarketingLandIt's now been a full week...
Boot up: Instagram v Vine, Playbook woes, Microsoft v BSkyB, and more

Goodbye Erick, Hello Eric

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TechCrunch has been through a lot lately, and we need to focus on what truly matters: covering startups and innovation. So, this post is going to be short. But here is what’s going on: Erick Schonfeld is leaving and Eric Eldon is replacing him as editor. What can you expect...
Goodbye Erick, Hello Eric

Welcome To Our New Europe Channel, Covering European Tech, VC And Startups

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Well, here we are. Excuse us while we unpack a few boxes, but as you can see we’re just about moved out of the old EU.TechCrunch.com sub-domain, into this palatial place called TechCrunch.com/Europe. Yes, folks, after five years or so out there in the wilds of the EU, tapping away...
Welcome To Our New Europe Channel, Covering European Tech, VC And Startups

Prepare To See A Lot More Advertising On Twitter Very, Very Soon

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Twitter will likely become flooded with ads -- much as Facebook has been -- if it launches its own self-serve advertising mechanism this quarter, as reported by TechCrunch's Ingrid Lunden. Twitter's "Ads API" -- an application protocol interface that allows advertisers and ad agencies to plug and serve ads directly...
Prepare To See A Lot More Advertising On Twitter Very, Very Soon

Oh, The Places Tumblr Can Go

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Oh, The Places Tumblr Can Go: A thoughtful post about Tumblr by Ingrid Lunden for TechCrunch. Two things I've been thinking about quite a bit recently related to Tumblr: 1) The tags remain a pure goldmine. The mobile discovery features are great, but the desktop experience still needs a lot...
Oh, The Places Tumblr Can Go

TechCrunch Mobile Barcelona Meetup 2013 -- Here Are Our Shortlisted Startups

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Barcelona is coming alive with preparations for Mobile World Congress and we are pumped about the super-international TechCrunch Mobile Barcelona meetup in the same week. With thanks to our local supporters in the shape of Barcelona.io and Wayra, we’ll be bringing you a healthy round of startups, VCs and TechCrunch...
TechCrunch Mobile Barcelona Meetup 2013 -- Here Are Our Shortlisted Startups

Amazon Kindle Might Finally Arrive In China Following iOS And Android App Launches

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The long-anticipated release of Kindle devices in China may finally become a reality. On Wednesday, the Kindle iPhone and iPad apps launched in the Chinese App Store; the Android version is also available for download. Meanwhile, Amazon China’s Kindle bookstore is now stocked with about 22,500 Chinese language titles. After...
Amazon Kindle Might Finally Arrive In China Following iOS And Android App Launches

If These Huge, Obnoxious Facebook Ads Are Real, Then We Know How Desperate The Company Has Become (FB)

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A TechCrunch reader in New Zealand went to Facebook today and found a bunch of really huge ad units on the screen - one on the left, where Facebook navigation links typically are, and a couple in the News Feed, where updates from friends go. A Facebook engineer left a...
If These Huge, Obnoxious Facebook Ads Are Real, Then We Know How Desperate The Company Has Become (FB)
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Huddle Lands $24M Series C To Go Big On Enterprise Cloud Storage And Collaboration

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Huddle, the six-year-old company that makes cloud collaboration software for the enterprise, has closed on $24 million in new funding, bringing its total equity funding to $40 million. The new round, which serves as Huddle’s Series C, was led by Jafco Ventures, with DAG Ventures participating along with previous backers...
Huddle Lands $24M Series C To Go Big On Enterprise Cloud Storage And Collaboration

Ingrid Lunden Now Writes For Us From London And Colleen Taylor Will Be Our TCTV Reporter

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Silicon Valley thrives on change. At TechCrunch, we chronicle change, honor it, and, lately, we’ve been living it. As we rebuild TechCrunch, it’s the talent of our writers that sets us apart. We are adding two new names to the editorial staff, saying goodbye to some colleagues, and promoting from...
Ingrid Lunden Now Writes For Us From London And Colleen Taylor Will Be Our TCTV Reporter
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