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Paribus Can Save You Money When Online Prices Drop

techcrunch.com — A new startup called Paribus, launching today at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, wants to help online shoppers get money back when prices drop. Today's consumers know that prices change more often on e-commerce sites than they do in brick-and-mortar stores. Amazon alone makes roughly 2.5 million price changes every day.

Yik Yak’s Founders On The Value Of Anonymous Apps

techcrunch.com — This morning at TechCrunch Disrupt NY, Yik Yak founders Brooks Buffington and Tyler Droll spoke as to why they believe their anonymous social app has soared while others in the space have instead folded. A sort of hyperlocal anonymous Twitter, Yik Yak initially grew in popularity with a younger demographic, especially those in high schools and colleges.

Amazon Prime Instant Video, Plus Rentals And Downloads, Come To JetBlue

techcrunch.com — Amazon Prime members who are also frequent travelers will now have another new benefit coming to them as part of their annual membership. The company this morning announced it has inked a deal with JetBlue to bring its Amazon Prime Instant Video service to the airline, allowing customers to watch tens of thousands of movies and TV shows which will be made available over JetBlue's high-speed "Fly-Fi" broadband internet.

Fiksu’s New Service Lets Developers Track Apple Watch Apps

techcrunch.com — There are already over 3,500 Apple Watch apps available on the market, but it's unclear which ones will stick around for the long haul, and which will be discarded as the novelty wears off.

Quip’s Subscription-Based Toothbrush Replacement Service (Yes, Really!) Raises Seed Funding

techcrunch.com — Did you know you're supposed to replace your toothbrush every three months? Apparently, this is actually the recommended time frame preferred by the ADA, but most consumers just wait until their bristles wear out, or it randomly occurs to them as they're walking through the dental care aisle at their local store.

HowFactory Debuts A Better Way To Create Employee Training And Instruction Manuals

techcrunch.com — A number of businesses today document their standard operating procedures and other employee training guides in order to more quickly get new workers up to speed. But today for many industries, those documents are created in Microsoft Word and stuck in a binder.

Cloudwear Introduces A New Way To Secure Online Accounts

techcrunch.com — A company that has developed a new way to secure access to online accounts, Cloudwear, is launching today onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt NY. Backed by a team whose experience includes building cloud-based applications for Harvard, MIT and the U.S. Department of Defense, Cloudwear's system enables companies to better determine a user's location, then lock or grant access based on that understanding.

Google+ Turns Users Into Content Curators With New “Collections” Feature

techcrunch.com — Google+, the company's social networking service that allows users to share posts and photos with family, friends and the broader public, has been sometimes criticized for being too much like competitor Facebook in terms of feature set. But today, Google+ is taking inspiration from another source: Pinterest.

Health And Fitness Tracker MyFitnessPal Targets Power Users With Its First Paid Product

techcrunch.com — MyFitnessPal, a popular health and fitness tracking app that was snatched up by athletic apparel maker Under Armour earlier this year for $475 million, is today making its first move to a paid model by introducing a premium tier to its service aimed at power users.

Pinterest’s Head Of Partnerships Hints At Company’s “Aggressive Roadmap” For 2015

techcrunch.com — Pinterest's Head of Partnerships Joanne Bradford, spoke in more detail about the social network's recently announced plans to open up to third-party developers at the TechCrunch Disrupt NY conference this morning and how it aims to make good on its multi-billion dollar valuation through a number of product launches, enhancements, and an expansion to new markets.
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May 05, 2015

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Google+ Turns Users Into Content Curators With New “Collections” Feature: ift.tt/1bsJORr

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Health And Fitness Tracker MyFitnessPal Targets Power Users With Its First Paid Product: ift.tt/1AA4gq1

May 04, 2015

Design Platform Canva Raises $6 Million, Expands To Businesses With “Canva for Work”: ift.tt/1OTGIZ6

May 04, 2015

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