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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 Answers mobile app analytics, and Crashlytics crash reporting 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 billion users built by 580,000 developers. But as Twitter tries to get… Read More

Deepgram open sources Kur to make DIY deep learning less painful

18 January, by John Mannes[ —]
screen-shot-2017-01-18-at-10-09-36-am Deepgram, a YC backed startup using machine learning to analyze audio data for businesses, is open sourcing an internal deep learning tool called Kur. The release should further help those interested in the space get their ideas off the ground more easily. The startup is also including 10 hours of transcribed audio, spliced into 10 second increments, to expedite the training process. Similar… Read More

A look back at a decade of the Crunchies

18 January, by Jordan Crook[ —]
crunchies-ad-awards It’s hard to believe that the Crunchies is already 10 years old. Time really does fly when you’re having fun, and the Crunchies is (almost) always fun! The 10th Annual Crunchies Awards goes down on February 6 at the SF War Memorial Opera House and tickets are still available. If you want to hang out with our host Chelsea Peretti, our wonderful presenters such as Marissa Mayer,… Read More

Tidal rolls out a track editing feature for mobile users

18 January, by Brian Heater[ —]
img_7233 Tidal’s latest feature has arrived with as little fanfare as humanly possible. The music service has snuck in a new Track Edit, accessible by opening the Option menu while playing a song. Available on the music service’s mobile app, the new feature lets users trim down tracks viewable in a wave format, setting the beginning and end at specific time, fading in and out and even… Read More

Slack launches threaded messaging to take conversations off to the side

18 January, by Matthew Lynley[ —]
slack thread Slack has spent most of its life as a dead-simple workplace communications tool, with small changes happening here or there. But to keep things dead simple means that you have to be very careful when you decide to make any big changes — even if it’s something users have wanted for a long time. Today, Slack is finally starting to roll out one of those major changes in threaded… Read More

Netflix’s The Discovery posits a dark outcome from proving the afterlife exists

18 January, by Darrell Etherington[ —]
screen-shot-2017-01-18-at-12-41-06-pm Netflix is really tapping into the appetite of its sci-fi audience, with another trailer for a new film coming soon to the streaming service that imagines a weird future. In the first teaser for The Discovery, we get a glimpse into a love story unfolding in a world where Robert Redford has proven the afterlife is real, and suicides are spiking as a result. It looks kind of like a huge bummer,… Read More

The TC Meetup + Pitch-off is heading to D.C. and Miami! Apply now!

18 January, by Jordan Crook[ —]
TC Meetup pitch off USE The clock is ticking down, and you only have a few more days to submit an application to participate in the TC Meetup + Pitch-offs in D.C. and Miami. The events go down on February 21 (Washington D.C.) and February 23 (Miami) respectively, and only ten companies will be competing, so don’t tarry! If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, let me get you up to speed. The… Read More

Obama’s parting message on whistleblowers: It’s The Daily Crunch

18 January, by Darrell Etherington[ —]
daily-crunch-2x1 Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday our daily guided tour of the biggest tech stories from the past 24 hours will appear here on TechCrunch.com. To get The Daily Crunch in your inbox every day of the week, sign up here. Obama’s clemency, the true size of Facebook’s bet on VR and Theranos in trouble again. All that and more in The Daily Crunch for January 18, 2017. And if a… Read More

Mastercard launches 2KUZE agtech platform in East Africa

18 January, by Jake Bright[ —]
possible-background Small-plot farmers in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania can now go digital―coordinating sales, payments, and distribution of crops thanks to a pilot program called 2KUZE launched by Mastercard. The pilot program for the agricultural technology app was announced this week. 2KUZE, which means “let’s grow together” in Swahili,  was developed at Mastercard’s Nairobi Labs… Read More

Laugh.ly grabs $2.25 million for its stand-up comedy streaming service

18 January, by Sarah Perez[ —]
laughly-beta A streaming service for stand-up comedy called Laugh.ly, which publicly launched this past August, has now closed on $2.25 million in seed funding led by New York Angels, the company announced today. Available for both iOS and Android devices, Laugh.ly is the first to offer an extensive library of comedians’ stand-up sets, with content from top names in the biz, including Kevin Hart,… Read More

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