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AOL’s Kanvas launches an SDK: now any app can use the print and video effects

The arise of apps like Instagram and Snapchat has put print effects front and core in a universe of picture messaging, giving users not usually a ability to send images to any other, though to personalise them with small doodles, pale colors, bunny ears. Now, an app builder that has built a garland of these is rising an SDK that will let any app supplement ... Read More »

Fear, Loathing And Opportunity On Display As Ad Industry Eyeballs Spectre Of Mobile Ad Blocking

A querulous MWC16 row on mobile ads brought several executives from a ad courtesy side and ad behemoth Google face-to-face with what competence be their misfortune nightmare: network-level mobile ad blocking. The drama played out in front of a packed auditorium of discussion delegates, with a ad industry’s nemesis represented on theatre by Roi Carthy, a tough clear CMO of mobile ad blocker ... Read More »

Come hang out during a TC Meetup + Pitch-off in Brooklyn tonight!

New Yorkers, what are we doing tonight? Whatever it is, dump it and buy tickets to a New York TC Meetup. We’ve got an extraordinary lineup for tonight, and we’ll be during Output Williamsburg, that is where a cold kids hang out. Trust me. To start out a show, we’ll be carrying a small fireside discuss with Susan Lyne of ... Read More »

Announcing TechCrunch Include Hub, A Home For Our Diversity And Inclusion Program

TechCrunch has been using a module called Include for a while now. In a first phase, it offered different entrepreneurs, founders, organizations focused on inclusion and technologists a accumulation of advantages like monetary support and giveaway or discounted tickets to a Disrupt events. Last year, we announced  Include 2.0, a subsequent proviso of a farrago program, that brought office hours, events like a Women in ... Read More »

Meet The Competitors Vying For The Crunchie For VC Of The Year

We’re removing prepared for the 9th Annual Crunchies here during TechCrunch, where some of a brightest startups, companies and leaders wish to win a desired Crunchie endowment in one of a 12 categories adult for grabs. Among that brew are those who write a checks to get these startups off to a good commencement – try capitalists. Below are a VCs who ... Read More »

AOL Acquires AlephD To Be Part Of Its Newly Unified Publisher Platform

Last year, AOL launched One, a broader height for a various programmatic ad technologies. Today it’s doing a same thing for a publisher tools, with a announcement of One by AOL: Publishers. The association (which owns TechCrunch and is in spin owned by Verizon) is also making a last-minute further to a lineup with a merger of AlephD, a Paris-based startup that helps ... Read More »

Announcing a Judges for The NFL And TechCrunch 1ST and Future pitch-off

In box we missed it, a NFL, TechCrunch and Stanford GSB have  teamed adult to emanate 1ST and Future, a pitch-off foe featuring startups in 3 categories, Stadium of a Future, Bringing Home a Game and Tomorrow’s Athlete. Today we’re announcing a judges a contestants in any difficulty will face in their bids to take a $50,000 from a NFL’s Strategic Investment Fund, ... Read More »

This Week On Bullish: The Rise Of American Ecommerce

Hello and acquire to Bullish, TechCrunch’s initial speak show. This part matters a bit some-more to me than usual, as it is a final week that we will host. After an extraordinary few years during TechCrunch, I’m changing jobs, that will make it ever so somewhat harder to come in each week and put on a show. All that aside, this week we dug into ... Read More »

Alto Mail Is AOL’s Modern Take On Email On Your Phone

Meet Alto Mail, a new mobile app to conduct your emails on iOS and Android. The app was total by AOL (TechCrunch’s primogenitor company) though supports Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, iCloud and AOL Mail. While it shares many facilities with Google’s Inbox app, it doesn’t try to reinvent a wheel. At a core, Alto Mail stays an email app, and a ... Read More »

AOL Lays Off Another 100, Two-Thirds In Its Dial-Up/Membership Division

Six months into a merger by Verizon for $4.4 billion, AOL is doing some pleat of a workforce. TechCrunch has learned, and confirmed, that AOL has laid off around 100 employees, as it looks to discharge overlie with a new owners and decentralize some functions. “The marketplace changes and we during AOL change forward of a market,” Caroline Campbell, AOL’s ... Read More »

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