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Harrison Weber's Biography

Harrison Weber is a writer and designer based in New York. Formerly an Editor for The Next Web, Harrison joined WeWork as Editorial Director to launch FullStart.

I've been published in FullStart, The Next Web, Huffington Post & more.

I've been written about in Forbes, Business Insider and Venture Beat.

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After nearly 10 years, Adobe abandons its Creative Suite entirely to focus on Creative Cloud

After nearly 10 years, Adobe abandons its Creative Suite entirely to focus on Creative Cloud

LivingSocial closes its New York office space and terminates its local events division

LivingSocial closes its New York office space and terminates its local events division

Bing image search now lets you filter by animated GIF

venturebeat.com — The Internet's (perfectly legitimate) obsession with animated GIFs (pronounced with a hard "G") continues today with news from Microsoft: Bing users can now search specifically for animated GIFs. This absolutely essential addition mirrors Google's own GIF filters, which launched over a year ago.

Funding Daily: Today’s tech funding news, in one place

venturebeat.com — Here's a list of today's biggest funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share. Gogoro announced today that it has raised a whopping $100 million in Series B funding to "transform energy distribution and management in the world's cities."

Spotify updates its iPad app with a fresh redesign, new curation features

venturebeat.com — Today Spotify updated its iPad app with a new look and introduced additional curation features designed to help the tablet app rival the desktop in functionality. This update arrives six months after Spotify announced the new, darker design and "Your Music," a feature which enables users to organize their songs in one place - like you'd do in the iTunes Library, for example.

Hands-on with Google's Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player

venturebeat.com — The next wave of Nexus devices, the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player, aren't available to the public just yet - but today we sat down with Google's Android team for a first look at the new devices and the Lollipop OS that powers them.

Funding Daily: Today’s tech funding news, in one place

venturebeat.com — Get all the tech funding news of the day delivered straight to your mailbox! Sign up for Funding Daily and never miss a deal. Here's a list of today's biggest funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.

Facebook flexes mobile ad muscles in Q3 with better than expected revenue of $3.2B

venturebeat.com — Facebook today reported its fiscal third-quarter earnings for 2014, with revenue of $3.2 billion on non-GAAP earnings per share (EPS) of $0.43. These figures beat analyst expectations of $3.12 billion in revenue and $0.40 EPS. Year-over-year, Facebook's revenue is up by 58 percent; in 2013, the company reported $2.02 billion in revenue and GAAP $0.17 ($0.25 non-GAAP) EPS for the third quarter.

Google Fit arrives on the Play Store, works with all Android Wear devices

venturebeat.com — Today Google released its new "Google Fit" app into the Google Play store, an app designed to compete with Apple's HealthKit. According to Google, the newly launched app includes your run-of-the-mill activity tracking features, supports third-party integrations and Android wear devices, and enables users to "set goals based on either duration or steps."

Verizon & Motorola unveil the $200 Droid Turbo, a 5.2-inch phablet with a 48-hour battery

venturebeat.com — Today Verizon and Motorola launched the Droid Turbo, a $199 5.2-inch-screened device with a 21 megapixel camera, Android KitKit (not Lollipop), 32GB to 64GB storage, and a quad-core 2.7GHz processor. The Turbo's big unveiling was met with little suspense this morning; details of the new handset were heavily leaked for weeks - the specs above somewhat align with recent rumors and photo leaks.

Funding Daily: Today’s tech funding stories, in one place

venturebeat.com — Get all the tech funding news of the day delivered straight to your mailbox! Sign up for Funding Daily and never miss a deal. Here's a list of today's biggest funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.

Stealth communications startup Keyssa adds Nest CEO Tony Fadell to board, raises $10.8M

venturebeat.com — Keyssa, a five-year-old stealth startup which holds a patent for "contactless secure communication" tech, today announced a $10.8 million raise in a public company filing. A job listing describes Keyssa as a "well-funded stealth start up working on leading edge connectivity technology and products (IC's and modules) using standard CMOS 60 GHz proprietary IP."
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Oct 30, 2014

@alex testing an Android Wear-able now. not loving it

Oct 30, 2014

So, the Apple Mail app for Yosemite just no longer works? Have we all come to terms with that?



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