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Black Friday Starts Early This Year, With Pre-Thanksgiving Sales Up 19% Over 2013

techcrunch.com — Holiday shopping got an earlier start this year with a number of retailers including Walmart, Target, Amazon, Staples, Lowe's, Sears and several others launching "pre-Black Friday" deals, or kicking off a week of Black Friday-like sales where select items are deeply discounted. The overall effect has been an early lift in online sales ahead of Thanksgiving.

Goldbely Debuts An App That Lets You Order Gourmet, Regional Cuisine From Anywhere In The U.S.

techcrunch.com — Goldbely, the Y Combinator-backed startup that lets you order gourmet foods from around the U.S. is now on mobile. The company just launched its first app with Goldbely for iOS, which also includes a newly added next-day shipping feature for getting its tasty treats more quickly than before - whether that's a real Philly cheesesteak, deep dish pizza from Chicago, Maryland crab cakes or anything else.

T-Mobile Doubles The Number Of Music Streaming Services That Don’t Count Towards Data Caps

techcrunch.com — T-Mobile has today doubled the number of streaming music services supported with its recently launched "Music Freedom" program which allows the company's customers to stream music from a variety of apps without counting towards their data caps.

Ebay Now Pulled From App Store As Company Rethinks Its Same-Day Delivery Plans

techcrunch.com — Ebay Now, the same-day local delivery service from the online marketplace giant, was pulled from the App Store over the weekend, where previously it allowed mobile customers to shop from their phones in order to receive items from nearby retailers later that day for an additional $5 fee.

DataFox Brings Private Company Analysis And One-Pagers To Mobile

techcrunch.com — DataFox, the online research platform that allows anyone to track information about private tech companies, has now brought its service to mobile in the form of a new iOS application. The free app provides DataFox subscribers with access to over 500,000 company one-pager's, private and public lists, and an events stream detailing recent news on companies tracked, like new hires, turnover, acquisitions, IPOs, new product releases, and more.

Photo-Sharing App Memoir Snags $5.5 Million To Help You Recall The Past

techcrunch.com — Photo-sharing application Memoir, a Timehop competitor that allows you to rediscover old photo "memories," has raised an additional $5.5 million in a round led by Redpoint Ventures' Ryan Sarver. Others participating included prior investors Founder Collective, Box Group, Lerer Ventures and Thrive Capital. The company had previously raised $1.2 million in seed funding.

A New App Called Milk Helps You Save On Groceries, Without Clipping Paper Coupons

techcrunch.com — The creators of coupon-code finder Honey, which helps online shoppers save at checkout, have now launched a new app called Milk (mmm...milk and honey...) that lets you save at the grocery store. The app is now one of many aimed at helping consumers save on consumer packaged good purchases, even if they don't have time for clipping coupons from a newspaper.

Now A Father, Hot Or Not Founder Returns With Cakey, A YouTube App For Kids

techcrunch.com — Hot or Not founder James Hong has come a long way since building a site that helped people rank the attractiveness of others, ultimately paving the path for speed dating apps like Tinder. Today a father of three, Hong now has a different set of priorities.

Twitter Now Lets You Share Public Tweets Via Direct Messages

techcrunch.com — Earlier this month, Twitter gave the community a preview of upcoming features during its Analyst's Day event where it discussed changes to the platform and revenue streams. One of those touted features - the ability to privately share (aka "direct message") a tweet - has now gone live.

Flickr Now Lets You Buy Wall Art From Professional Photographers And Creative Commons

techcrunch.com — Flickr today is expanding its Wall Art print service to include access to images from Flickr's licensed artists and Creative Commons. The expansion comes only a month after the launch of Flickr Wall Art, which initially allowed users to turn any of their personal photos into canvas prints.
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Nov 24, 2014

@stammy oh yeah, covered last year. let's see how it's grown (or not) techcrunch.com/2013/11/28/ove…

Nov 24, 2014

Black Friday Starts Early This Year, With Pre-Thanksgiving Sales Up 19% Over 2013: ift.tt/1tq7SG8

Nov 24, 2014

Goldbely Debuts An App That Lets You Order Gourmet, Regional Cuisine From Anywhere In The U.S.: ift.tt/15fel2G

Nov 24, 2014

T-Mobile Doubles The Number Of Music Streaming Services That Don’t Count Towards Data Caps: ift.tt/15eIcs1

Nov 24, 2014

Ebay Now Pulled From App Store As Company Rethinks Its Same-Day Delivery Plans: ift.tt/1uwyMMR

Nov 24, 2014

attn pr person that has now sent me 6 unanswered emails: no. Also your release has a typo in the headline.

Nov 22, 2014

@rsarver sorry Ryan. knew that and fingers typed wrong thing. thanks to jon for fixing.

Nov 21, 2014

DataFox Brings Private Company Analysis And One-Pagers To Mobile: ift.tt/14YI7Zg

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