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Sources: Aol/Verizon Eyes Millennial Media For Around $300M In Mobile Ad Push

AOL, recently acquired by Verizon for $4.4 billion, appears to be wasting small time in stability to build out a promotion business. Sources tell TechCrunch that a association has been in the routine of buying mobile ad network Millennial Media. AOL started “kicking a tires” on Millennial weeks ago, one source says, though things were slowed down by AOL itself removing acquired by Verizon. ... Read More »

Have A Hardware Startup? Launch In TechCrunch’s Hardware Battlefield At CES

Hardware Battlefield is back! We’re vehement to announce that for a third year in a row, TechCrunch is hosting a startup foe during CES that focuses on hardware companies. We wish to assistance we launch your association during a world’s largest consumer electronic tradeshow. Time is using out to enter your company. Submit your focus by Nov 18 during 9pm ... Read More »

AOL Acquires Photo And Messaging Startup Kanvas Labs

AOL is announcing another merger — Kanvas Labs, builder of mobile social apps. An AOL orator told me that a association will continue to offer a existent Kanvas Labs products. Those embody photo modifying app Kanvas; Kanvas Keyboard, that allows users to supplement GIFs and stickers to their mobile conversations; and Kanvas for Messenger, that integrates a startup’s products into Facebook Messenger. ... Read More »

Verizon Is Changing Its Logo, Too

According to AdAge, a corporate overlord Verizon will be introducing a new trademark this week. Proving that we have small or zero to do with AOL or Verizon really, this was also news to us. UPDATE: Verizon has reliable a change with what looks like a rush pursuit on a press release. If you’re meddlesome in saying their logic for ... Read More »

AOL Confirms It Is Buying Millennial Media In $238M Deal To Expand In Mobile Ads

This only in: AOL, itself acquired by Verizon for $4.4 billion progressing this year, has announced that it is creation another squeeze of a own. It is buying Millennial Media as it continues to build out a participation in digital promotion and privately mobile ads. AOL will be profitable $1.75/share for publicly traded Millennial, operative out to an craving value of $238 ... Read More »

AOL Exec Maureen Sullivan Is Joining Rent The Runway

Maureen Sullivan, boss of AOL.com and a company’s lifestyle brands, is vacating AOL to join Rent a Runway, where she will be president of a company’s a la carte fashion let business. In her stream role, Sullivan has been overseeing the company’s homepage, a MAKERS video array and lifestyle sites including Style Me Pretty. She’s been operative with AOL CEO Tim Armstrong given their days ... Read More »

WikiLeaks Posts Classified Documents From CIA Director John Brennan’s AOL Account

WikiLeaks on Wednesday posted papers allegedly from CIA executive John Brennan‘s email account, including Brennan’s focus for confidence clearway and papers about U.S. woe policy. The papers come after a teenage hacker says he breached Brennan’s AOL email account. The hacker told Wired that he did so by sanctimonious to be a Verizon* workman and tricking another worker to exhibit Brennan’s ... Read More »

Hardware Alley Is Coming To London

Good morrow to we dame or sir! we would like to call your courtesy to a singular and fun opportunity. I, John Biggs, wish we to show off your hardware in London during TechCrunch’s Disrupt discussion in London. Huzzah! Disrupt London runs from Dec 7-8, 2015. Hardware Alley day is on a 8th and you’ll accept tickets to both days ... Read More »

Announcing The Startup Battlefield Of Disrupt SF 2015

TechCrunch is gratified to announce a 25 startups comparison to attend in a Startup Battlefield of Disrupt SF 2015. Over a subsequent 3 days, these companies will contest on tech’s biggest theatre for $50,000 and a desired Disrupt Cup. The Battlefield paint a crème de la crème; a startups onstage paint only over 2.5 percent of those that applied. Startup ... Read More »

Verizon-AOL To Mind-Meld Ad Networks To Target Users Across Apps, Web And Devices

Verizon, aka a owner of TechCrunch’s owners AOL, will be plugging a user tracking ad network into AOL’s online activity tracking promotion network subsequent month, mixing a user demographic data with AOL’s intel on browsing and app use habits — with a aim of enhancing their combined ad targeting smarts. Verizon stumped adult $4.4 billion to buy AOL earlier this year in a pierce widely seen to be about enhancing their sold ... Read More »

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