The experience of using a search engine hasn't changed in about ten years.In the mid 90s, Yahoo!
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Andrew Mager is a hacker advocate at Spotify in New York City.
Yesterday's presentations were a lot of fun to cover. I'm getting right back into the grind today.
When Michael Arrington and Jason Calacanis team up on a project, the webs are bound to be shaken up.Last year, their conference TechCrunch40 was an enormous showcase for startups to present their idea to venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and the press.
I'll be on the floor of the San Francisco Design Center this week, trying to liveblog the events of TechCrunch50. The list of companies for Day 1 will be released at 6:30 a.
Workers have spent over a day tying down a new banner on Yebra Buena Center for the Arts right next to Moscone.I saw some big trucks with Apple security unloading on 3rd St.
Besides Chuck Norris, and the Rickroll, Internet memes rarely go mainstream.But San Francisco native Matthew Honan managed to accomplish that feat — he built a simple website that randomly display acts of kindness from presidential candidate Barack Obama.
San Francisco's summer starts when the rest of the country's summer ends: Labor Day. The weather here in The City finally becomes pleasant, and techy companies like to have lunches outdoors.
When great minds collide on the Internet, anything is possible.Take the Vaynerchuk brothers for example.
A new service launches today called Twintro, a Twitter bot that retweets one interesting person's updates each day.The idea is simple: find new and interesting people and decide if you want to follow them.
Have you ever been to an internet culture conference? Earlier this year, Harvard senior Tim Hwang threw one in Cambridge, Mass.