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Wallaby's Android App Tells You Which Credit Card To Use To Get The Best Rewards
Tempo AI's smart iPhone calendar app now freely available

Nike to make huge splash at SXSW by opening up its FuelBand API at Managers Hack

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If you would have told me at the beginning of the week that the company who was making the biggest splashes in tech would be Nike, I would have told you that you’re nuts. However, that’s exactly what has happened this week. Yesterday, Path announced that it would be opening...
Nike to make huge splash at SXSW by opening up its FuelBand API at Managers Hack
Mailbox launches an iPad app, but Gmail poses a greater threat than ever
Ziftit stealthily raises $2M to "make gifting easy"
Republic Wireless reopens for waitlisted customers with the Motorola Defy XT at $249

NoshList: Free waitlist app for restaurants

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Go for a walk, NoshList will text you when your table is ready. For free. [Read more]...
NoshList: Free waitlist app for restaurants

YBuy Gets $1M to Apply to Try-Before-You-Buy Gadget Service

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YBuy, a subscription gadget service (see Tricia Duryee’s profile of the company), has raised $1 million in Series A funding led by Eric Schmidt’s TomorrowVentures. The start-up, which charges $24.95 per month, says it has 50,000 customers on its waitlist....
YBuy Gets $1M to Apply to Try-Before-You-Buy Gadget Service

Startup News: CityMaps Expands Eastward; Hack’n Jill Reminds Us Girls Are Hackers, Too

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(flickr.com/VancityAllie) More maps CityMaps added Boston to its growing list of locales this week. The company also unveiled Featured Maps, which provides users with a layer of recommendations (think NYC and Co’s Best Pizza in NYC and New York’s Best Karaoke) visible on top of the standard map app. CityMaps...
Startup News: CityMaps Expands Eastward; Hack’n Jill Reminds Us Girls Are Hackers, Too

Mailbox Ditches Its Waiting List

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Got some email problems? Help has finally arrived. A month after being acquired by Dropbox, Mailbox announced that it is throwing out its long waitlist--and its services will be open to everyone. "Good news!" the company wrote in a post today. "Mailbox is now available without having to wait...
Mailbox Ditches Its Waiting List

Were you offline this weekend? Here's the tech news you missed

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This weekend again, the sun was part of the equation. So who could blame you if you were out and about, enjoying the nice weather? We certainly can’t. Here is a roundup of what you may have missed over the last few days.  In the news Groupon’s stock is up...
Were you offline this weekend? Here's the tech news you missed

Urbanspoon Debuts Rezbook “Right Now,” Lets Diners See Real-Time Availability For Reservations & Waitlists

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Urbanspoon is continuing to heat up the competition between it and competitor OpenTable with the launch of a new feature for Rezbook, its iPad-based reservation and tablet management system for restaurant owners. Today, the company is introducing Rezbook “Right Now” which lets diners view immediate table availability at the restaurants found...
Urbanspoon Debuts Rezbook “Right Now,” Lets Diners See Real-Time Availability For Reservations & Waitlists

Warby Parker's Dave Gilboa On Selling Frames From His Apartment, Partnerships, And A Big "No Comment" On Those Google Glass Rumors

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Dave Gilboa, co-founder at Warby Parker, one of the e-commerce startups that has “made it” so to speak, shared some stories from the startup’s early days on an afternoon panel at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2013, where he was joined by Everlane’s Michael Preysman, Nasty Gal’s Deborah Benton, Wanelo’s Deena Varshavkaya and...
Warby Parker's Dave Gilboa On Selling Frames From His Apartment, Partnerships, And A Big "No Comment" On Those Google Glass Rumors

TC Disrupt Winner UberConference Sees Major Update: Adds Instant Conferences, Chat & Evernote Sync

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Only a few weeks following its TechCrunch Disrupt NYC win, UberConference, the service which aims to fix crappy conference calls, is out with its first major update. Today, the company is introducing three new features for its beta users, including Evernote integration, group chat, and something it’s calling “instant conferences.”...
TC Disrupt Winner UberConference Sees Major Update: Adds Instant Conferences, Chat & Evernote Sync
The Warby Parker Of Gadgets? YBUY Gets $1M From Schmidt’s Tomorrow Ventures To Open Its 50k-Strong Waitlist For Test-Driving iPads, Jawbones And More
Kids' Clothing Consignment Service thredUP Prepares To Take On Threadflip, Poshmark & More With Move Into Women's Apparel

528,000 People Are Still Waiting In Line For Mailbox, The 37-Day-Old App Dropbox Just Acquired

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File storing and sharing company Dropbox has acquired Mailbox for an undisclosed amount. Mailbox is an app that promised to help people reach Inbox 0 with easy archiving and saving for later features. What's crazy is the app only launched 37 days ago. And, thanks to a brilliant marketing scheme...
528,000 People Are Still Waiting In Line For Mailbox, The 37-Day-Old App Dropbox Just Acquired
Your Table Is Ready: BuzzTable Makes The Restaurant Wait List Suck Less

Taxis, black cars, hybrids, SUVs…Uber announces ‘freedom to choose’ for US and Canadian riders

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Uber officially launched its private driver-for-hire service in London last week, and as we reported yesterday from this Wednesday, Uber-ers in San Francisco and New York will have the option of selecting one of its current range of black town cars OR a hybrid car. Whilst ice-cream trucks are also...
Taxis, black cars, hybrids, SUVs…Uber announces ‘freedom to choose’ for US and Canadian riders
New From The Makers Of Nosh: NoshList, A Free Waitlisting App For Restaurants

A New Way For Luxury Brands To 'Discreetly' Connect With The Young And Wealthy

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There's no question that successful brands are embracing social commerce. But Merchant Exchange, a New York-based startup that launched two weeks ago, wants to tone down the "social" aspect of social commerce for a specific group of consumers. The site, a small but quickly growing luxury rewards network, targets a...
A New Way For Luxury Brands To 'Discreetly' Connect With The Young And Wealthy

Mailbox gets its first update post Dropbox acquisition, featuring improved snoozing and UI fixes

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Mailbox, the wildly popular mail app for iOS, has just received an update to version 1.2.0 — it’s first update since Dropbox acquired the app last month. Mailbox made a name for itself with its clean and gesture-focused take on emailing (and hitting inbox zero). Now, today’s update brings additional refinements, including...
Mailbox gets its first update post Dropbox acquisition, featuring improved snoozing and UI fixes
Term Frequency-Inverse Document Frequency: The Nerdy Way Facebook Sorts Graph Searches

Someone Made A Groupon Just For Rich Kids

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It is a truth universally acknowledged that those least in need of a leg up are most likely to receive it. Into that aphorism rolls Merchant Exchange, a new "luxury rewards network" based in New York targeting a subset cofounder Michael Tolkin likes to call "wealthy millenials." By Mr....
Someone Made A Groupon Just For Rich Kids

Stitch Fix Gets $4.75M Series A To Scale Out Its Tech-Enabled Personal Shopping Service

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Stitch Fix, the San Francisco-based startup that provides a subscription-based personal shopping and delivery service for women’s clothing, has closed on $4.75 million in new funding, the company tells TechCrunch. The round, which serves as Stitch Fix’s Series A, was co-led by Baseline Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners with...
Stitch Fix Gets $4.75M Series A To Scale Out Its Tech-Enabled Personal Shopping Service
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AngelList Gives Smaller Investors A Piece Of The Action With Launch Of AngelList Invest

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AngelList, a service that matches early stage startups with investors, is today continuing its transformation from social network to investing platform with the launch of a new feature called AngelList Invest. Created in partnership with broker-dealer SecondMarket for regulatory compliance purposes, the new addition will allow smaller, accredited investors the ability...
AngelList Gives Smaller Investors A Piece Of The Action With Launch Of AngelList Invest
Marissa Mayer Hints At One Way Yahoo Could Fix Email (YHOO)

Firespotter Labs, Makers Of UberConference, Raise $15 Million From Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures

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Although it was only a month ago that Firespotter Labs CEO Craig Walker was telling us how his company (the folks behind UberConference, Nosh, NoshList and Jotly) wasn’t in urgent need of funding, today they’re announcing the close of a good-sized round – a $15 million Series B. The round was led by Andreessen Horowitz and...
Firespotter Labs, Makers Of UberConference, Raise $15 Million From Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures
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