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Buzzvil acquires Slidejoy for a lockscreen ad consolidation

20 January, by Anthony Ha[ —]
Buzzvil Slidejoy New York City startup Slidejoy has been acquired by South Korean competitor Buzzvil. Both companies offer a way for Android users to earn rewards in exchange for allowing ads on their lockscreens — in Buzzvil’s case, that’s both through its HoneyScreen consumer app and through its BuzzScreen platform for publishers. The financial terms are not being disclosed, but Slidejoy… Read More

Samsung reportedly concludes ‘irregularly sized’ batteries caused Galaxy Note 7 explosions

20 January, by Jon Russell[ —]
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Samsung is holding a press conference in three days to explain the defect in the Galaxy Note 7 that forced the product’s recall, but already it is being reported that wrongly-sized batteries were the primary cause of some units combusting. Read More

Founderkit taps founders to suggest the best tools to get a company off the ground

20 January, by Matthew Lynley[ —]
stripe founderkit While running Yardsale, a previous Y Combinator startup based around essentially making it easy to sell your old stuff, Ryan Mickle had the benefit of talking to alumni and colleagues to figure out what to use to build it. But one of the basic services he used to run it ended up costing more in the long run as the app ran into critical problems when it came to some transactions —… Read More

Snapchat embraces offline purchase ad targeting its CEO called “creepy”

19 January, by Josh Constine[ —]
snapchat-money2 Snap Inc.’s quest to earn enough money to IPO sees it flip-flopping after pledging not to use “creepy” ad targeting. Snap will now allow advertisers to use Oracle’s Data Cloud (formerly Datalogix) third-party data about what users buy offline to target ads on Snapchat, according to The Wall Street Journal. Snap tells TechCrunch that this rolled out over the last few… Read More

SeatGeek’s new Pano feature gives ticketbuyers a 360-degree view of the stadium

19 January, by Anthony Ha[ —]
SeatGeek Pano SeatGeek is launching a new way to give ticketbuyers a better sense of exactly what they’ll see from a given seat. The new feature, called Pano, offers a 360-degree view of the empty venue — you can look around in all directions, Street View-style, and you can also jump to different parts of the stadium to compare the view from the different seats. “It’s super… Read More

Samsung finally starts updating its devices with Android 7.0 Nougat, with more arriving soon

19 January, by Brian Heater[ —]
Android Nougat Back in November, Samsung announced preliminary plans to start testing Android 7.0 on its latest devices. For the second year in a row, the company was mostly testing the waters early on, asking a select group of interested early adopters to test the update via its Galaxy Beta Program. Lo, all these months later the almost-latest version of Google’s mobile operating system (the… Read More

Super Mario Run will come to Android in March

19 January, by Greg Kumparak[ —]
run-android As we’ve known for a while, Super Mario Run is coming to Android after an exclusive stint on iOS. It’s… going to be a while, though. Read More

Netflix’s international growth is exploding as its looks beyond the U.S.

18 January, by Matthew Lynley[ —]
Reed Hastings Holy cow, we have quite the beat for Netflix. Netflix added nearly 2 million new subscribers domestically and around 5 million subscribers internationally in the fourth quarter this year, the company said today. Wall Streets expectations for the fourth quarter fell far below that, coming in at 1.38 million and 3.78 million respectively. We’ll address the financial parts of the company… Read More

Microsoft is beta testing a feature that brings Cortana to Android’s lock screen

18 January, by Brian Heater[ —]
microsoft-cortana-build-2014-000 If you’re enrolled in the beta version of the Cortana app for Android, you’ve already got access to one of its more interesting updates in recent memory. As spotted by MSPoweruser, Microsoft has introduced a feature that brings its AI assistant front and center on Google’s mobile OS. Enabling “Add Cortana to my lock screen” will add a shortcut to the app directly… Read More

Google acquires Fabric developer platform and team from Twitter

18 January, by Josh Constine[ —]
static1-squarespace Google is taking over Twitter’s mobile app developer platform Fabric, as well as its Crashlytics crash reporting system, Answers mobile app analytics, Digits SMS login system and FastLane development automation system. Twitter launched Fabric as a modular SDK in 2014 to allow developers to pick and choose different tools to improve their apps, and it now serves apps reaching 2.5… Read More

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